Keyboard Lessons and Tutorials
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Keyboard” and “ Piano“ Here is our own collection of keyboard and piano tutorials, articles and quick tips. Enjoy!
An awesome new resource for musicians and audio professionals to learn, network and discuss methods and techniques and to continue learning new skills and building on knowledge.
New piano lessons every week.
Explore video lessons covering beginner, intermediate, and advanced topics for both classical piano and keyboard piano.
A compilation of video tutorials that teach you to play keys.
Over 50 free piano lessons for various levels of difficulty. Each piano lesson is accompanied by visual flash animations that allow learners to view and hear songs as well as play along with the animations on their own piano keyboard.
Fun software to help you learn to play the keyboard – on Windows or Mac. It’s like Guitar Hero for keys.
Lessons are structured for the beginner piano player and will show you how to form piano scales, piano chords, arpeggios, modes for the piano, and more.
A comprehensive set of lessons and workbooks on music theory.
A huge collection of lessons and resources about music theory – many of which are free.
46 lessons introducing you to the most important concepts of music theory.
Gearjunkies is all about gear. There’s plenty there about keyboards.
A great forum about gear in general. I can usually find lots of reviews about a keyboard here before I decide to buy it.
Harmony Central is crammed full of articles and user reviews of all types of instruments. Here is their keyboard section.
A blog that’s everything synth – including retro. I saw photos of some of my keyboards from the 80s there this morning.
Unbiased reviews on electronic music keyboard, digital piano, synthesizer, workstation, MIDI controllers. Includes a helpful forum.
Reviews of many electronic piano models, with a helpful “How to Buy a Piano” section.
A synth blog that contains modern synths as well as vintage. They have a great library of over 750 synths, including descriptions, reviews and audio samples.
A portal dedicated to synths and electronic music.
A site for learning about home and project studios. Here is their Keyboards and Modules section.
A blog that has some pretty cool programming ideas and tutorials. It’s mainly to do with Reason, but the guy talks about music tech, vintage keyboards and has some decent banter. (Josh Jones)
An interesting list of keyboard players compiled by the Digital Dream Door Site. Unfortunately the list doesn’t contain a lot of links, but it’s a great place to start if you know how to use Google
A keyboard blog with lots of embedded YouTube videos, links to keyboard player websites, and great interviews.
A synth blog that collects interesting hardware synth videos and tidbits.
Armstrong Auditorium is the premier concert events and performing arts theater in Edmond and greater Oklahoma City. If you are looking for things to do in Edmond or Oklahoma City.
The UCO Jazz Lab serves three primary functions. As an Education facility for the jazz studies program, as a community focused live music venue and as a place to learn, write and record music.
Dedicated to the students of Claremore Public Schools, for their education and enjoyment.