What is the best way to learn piano from home. If its like a cd or online software please post what you prefer the most and why it stands above others.
just bought a p115 and ready start playing. I played for like 7 years a long time ago now I forget almost everything, but I want to start learning again. I used to have a tutor but I'd like to be able to learn at home is a tutor really that much more superior than other methods?
i learned the old fashioned way through lessons. but I think you could go a long way with youtube tutorials. You just have to have enough discipline to keep yourself on track and keep yourself from slacking, because a teacher wont be there to hear you.
play along with a metronome, always. it goes a LONG fucking way towards helping you play. It enforces the "always progressing" mentality where you can't simply slow down when things get hard, and you cant just keep pecking at notes till you hit the right one. music doesn't work like that, if you miss a note just go on to the next notes without slowing down, better luck next time.
udemy has some good classes, but you have to pay for them, but they usually go on sale for like $15
Otherwise youtube, learn the basics. How to find home c, scales, chords, etc
Either way, practice and a lot of it will be required
give up, you don't have the gift
you should go to a music store and pick up level 1-2 theory and piano practice books
i suggest alfred's basic piano library
also, feel the instrument, become on a 1:1 ratio and to feel the notes before they come, to channel the melody is your ultimate goal
that'll take years
practice everyday though like even if it's just 10 min for dat muscle memory but it should be for at least an hour so you're going to have to love it