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Answered on 12 Jun Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Nitesh Sharma

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Casio ctk models is best for beginners n... also in budget to start learning ....you can choose any one of the model as your requirement like ctk 1500 n... ctk 3500 or also you can choose yamaha low budget keyboard for learning
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Answered on 03 Jun Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Vishal Saini

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Yamaha Psr E363 Just for Rs.500 more
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Answered on 20 Jun Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Benjo

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its awesome bro....not only for begginers but you can used it for the performance too...but you must know how to adjust the FXs in the keyboard for better results
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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

Family Chords for G, F, E, D Major Scales

Kevin Paul

I am an experienced piano and keyboard tutor with 5 years of teaching various genres of music like rock,...

1. The 6 commonly used family chords for G scale melody are: G Major: G B D C Major: C E G D Major: D F# A Em (E Minor): E G B Am (A Minor): A C E Bm (B Minor): B D F# Using these chords most of the songs that are play in the key of "G" can be accompanied. 2. The 6 commonly used family chords... read more

1. The 6 commonly used family chords for G scale melody are:

G Major: G B D

C Major: C E G

D Major: D F# A

Em (E Minor): E G B

Am (A Minor): A C E

Bm (B Minor): B D F#

Using these chords most of the songs that are play in the key of "G" can be accompanied.

2. The 6 commonly used family chords for F scale melody are:

F Major: F A C

Bb Major: Bb D F

C Major: C E G

Dm (D Minor): D F A

Gm (G Minor): G Bb D

Am (A Minor): A C E

Using these chords most of the songs that are play in the key of "F" can be accompanied.

3. The 6 commonly used family chords for E scale melody are:

E Major: E G# B

A Major: A C# E

B Major: B D# F#

C#m(C#Minor): C# E G#

F#m(F#Minor): F# A C#

G#m(G#Minor): G# B D#

Using these chords most of the songs that are play in the key of "E" can be accompanied.

4. The 6 commonly used family chords for D scale melody are:

D Major: D F# A

G Major: G B D

A Major: A C# E

Bm (B Minor): B D F#

Em (E Minor): E G B

F#m (F#Minor): F# A C#

Using these chords most of the songs that are play in the key of "D" can be accompanied.

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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard Music/Instrumental Music/Piano

7 Modes In Music

Kevin Paul

I am an experienced piano and keyboard tutor with 5 years of teaching various genres of music like rock,...

There are 7 modes in music. The names and formula as follows: Lydian: 1 2 3 #4 5 6 7. Ionian: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7. Mixolydian: 1 2 3 4 5 6 b7. Dorian: 1 2 b3 4 5 6 b7. Aeolian: 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7. Phrygian: 1 b2 b3 4 5 b6 b7. Locrian: 1 b2 b3 4 b5 b6 b7. read more

There are 7 modes in music. The names and formula as follows:

  • Lydian: 1 2 3 #4 5 6 7.
  • Ionian: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.
  • Mixolydian: 1 2 3 4 5 6 b7.
  • Dorian: 1 2 b3 4 5 6 b7.
  • Aeolian: 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7.
  • Phrygian: 1 b2 b3 4 5 b6 b7.
  • Locrian: 1 b2 b3 4 b5 b6 b7.
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Lesson Posted on 30/09/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Play sections separately

keerthana lakshmi

I am teaching Piano, Keyboard and Western Theory classes for all ages. I have 5 years experience and ...

As a beginner, it is difficult to keep up with the variations in chord structure of a musical piece, try dividing the music into different sections. For instance, practice piano notes starting with quarter notes gradually moving on to eighths and then sixteenths. When you play a section try maintaining... read more

As a beginner, it is difficult to keep up with the variations in chord structure of a musical piece, try dividing the music into different sections. For instance, practice piano notes starting with quarter notes gradually moving on to eighths and then sixteenths. When you play a section try maintaining a sense of continuity by including the ending notes of the previous section in your present one.

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Lesson Posted on 20/09/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Focus On Rhythm And Don t Stop When You Make A Mistake

keerthana lakshmi

I am teaching Piano, Keyboard and Western Theory classes for all ages. I have 5 years experience and ...

Rhythm is the most essential part of sight reading. If you play rhythm correctly but not pitch, at least you can stay in the right place. The opposite is not true. If you don’t have a firm grasp of rhythm, this is where you should start. You can practice rhythm sight reading with any sheet music.... read more

Rhythm is the most essential part of sight reading. If you play rhythm correctly but not pitch, at least you can stay in the right place. The opposite is not true.

If you don’t have a firm grasp of rhythm, this is where you should start. You can practice rhythm sight reading with any sheet music. Just ignore the pitches and only read the rhythms. Later you can go back through and practice reading the rhythms and pitches together.

So obvious, and yet surprisingly counter-instinctual. When we make a mistake, especially during an important performance, the temptation is strong to go back and fix it. But everyone knows this is impossible, time in music only moves forward. It’s done, shrug it off and move on. (If there’s a repeat, you’ll get a second chance!

Not only is it futile, but it’s actually counter-productive to stop and try to fix performance mistakes. You draw attention to an error your audience otherwise may not have noticed, and you make a second error by stopping time!

Learn how to plow through your mistakes rather than stopping to lament. Your judges will review you more favorably, you’ll better keep up with the ensemble if you’re not playing solo, and your audience will enjoy the music better uninterrupted.

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Lesson Posted on 24/08/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Music Theory

Megha J.

Have you wondered what is music about and how vast is the theory? In classical there are 7 notes which is Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa where which notes are komal and shudh depends on the raag. It is played in one scale. Whereas in Western music v make use of all 12 scales which starts from C D E F G A... read more

Have you wondered what is music about and how vast is the theory?

In classical there are 7 notes which is Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa where which notes are komal and shudh depends on the raag. It is played in one scale. Whereas in  Western music v make use of all 12 scales which starts from C D E F G A B C which is the C scale. In the same way there are other scales formed. The rule goes for the major scales which has sharp goes like :

i. No sharp: It means all white keys dat is the C major scale

ii. 1 sharp: One sharp that is the F# which is the G major scale, where the root note strts with G and one sharp note is used that is F# rest all white keys.

iii. 2 sharp: Which is the D major scale which consists of F# and C sharp.

iv. 3 sharp: Which is the A major scale which is C# F# and G#.

v. 4 sharps: Which is the E major scale that consists of C# F# G# D#.

vi. 5 sharps: Which is the B major scale that has C# F# G# D# and A#.

As you can see in this order of C G D A B something is common that is every sharp is carried forward to the next scale. These are the 5 scales which has sharps. We 'll discuss about the flats in the next lesson and also about the time signature and staff clefs.

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Answered on 31/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Many Beginner versions of PSR models are available. You can buy it online too.
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Answered on 19/01/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Nirbhay Sankhwar

Music Teacher

It totally depends on your practice schedule. If you practice 4 hours a day then you'll be able to play piano or keyboard in a month and the patience is very important to learn any instrument, while practicing if you are able to play any exercise or song then don't get frustrated, start doing some other... read more
It totally depends on your practice schedule. If you practice 4 hours a day then you'll be able to play piano or keyboard in a month and the patience is very important to learn any instrument, while practicing if you are able to play any exercise or song then don't get frustrated, start doing some other song or exercise and do the the previous exercise after a gap of one day and you'll be able to play it very easily. All the best. Regards Nirbhay. read less
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