The Benefits of Becoming a Keyboard Player

Samantha Griffiths - Creator of A.S.A.PianoDo you love to sing along in your car when you have the music on, or have you just heard a song you love on the radio?

Most of us do this at some point in our lives and if we didn’t have music then the world would be a dull and boring place to be.

Whether you are feeling happy or sad there will always be a piece of music that you can relate to. 

Then imagine how you would feel if you could actually play the music that you love to hear and sing along to?

Playing keyboard and piano are one of the most popular instruments to learn because they are so adaptable.

You don’t have to rely on any other musicians to be able to play keyboard and even accompany yourself. For example take yourself back to when you were a child or teenager and when you would play along to your cd player along with using your hairbrush as your microphone!

You can transform this fun part of your life into a more permanent mark, by playing the keyboard.

There is no better feeling than loading your keyboard up and rocking along to your favourite tunes, but the fact you are playing them makes it even more fun and exciting. 

There are so many ways of learning keyboard, and even squeezing five to ten minutes practice in a day will prove beneficial and you will be amazed by your development.

You can learn using online courses which are cheaper, fun & interactive as you can share your stories with other musicians on forums, so it can also help build your self confidence and create a new aspect to your social life.

With learning online, you don’t have any time commitment so you can fit it in around a busy lifestyle.  

The benefit from doing it this way as opposed to committing to a regular time slot with a private teacher is you can do it at your own leisure and play whenever you have a spare five or ten minutes.

You never stop learning with the keyboard; there are always new avenues and doors to be opened, and new songs that will catch your eye.

It can take many years of practice to reach the standard to be able play your own one hour song repertoire 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…