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How to play keyboard songs on your own
 

How to play keyboard songs on your own

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    • How to play keyboard songs on your ownDo you occasionally struggle to motivate yourself to play piano or keyboard on your own without thesupport of your teacher?This happens to many people when they start learning something new. Sometimes it is becausepeople can lack confidence when going it alone.If you get the correct advice and follow the techniques given in your lesson or from your course thenwhen you practice on your own it will seem a lot easier.Remember to take notes down in your lesson or from your online course and always ask as manyquestions as you need to. A good teacher should be able to give you as much support as possible.If learning independently, below is some advice in relation to learning songs on your own: - As a beginner it is important to learn all the basics of the keyboard. The only way to really master this is to dig deep and get involved. To help learn the different areas of the keyboard try playing some simple short tunes. Lots of books and courses have music like this where you will play one song with your right hand only and then move onto another that is played just with your left hand. Always start your practice session with a scale of your choice. This is to ensure your hands are warmed up and ready to go. When you start to learn write down a list of the top 5 songs you would like to play the most, then speak to your tutor and see if these are suitable for a beginner. Most songs can be adapted to suit any level of player and there are plenty of books out there designed for beginners. It is important when learning keyboard to play songs that you know really well and that you have the original music to. A great way to master a song is to listen to the song through your iPad or stereo and to then listen out for the parts of the song you are playing on the keyboard. This will also help with your timing and rhythm control. Make sure you have your keyboard set up in quiet surroundings. Try and get a permanent home for your keyboard where you can go and escape. This way when you do go to practice you won’t have any distractions and you can utilise your time to the maximum. If you are trying to learn in a busy environment where you can’t concentrate then it will extend the time takes you to achieve your goals.
    • It can take many years of practice to reach the standard to be able play your own one hour songrepertoire on piano or keyboard.But what if there was a simple method that could show any beginner how to do it in just 12 days?Find out how it’s done...Easy Keyboard Lessons