The more I do things in and with music, the more it seems to be working for me instead of against me. My not follow a bit of the instinct while we only live once?
I can’t practice guitar while everybody is a asleep and I always wanted to explore the piano, so I went ahead and bought a digital piano with midi capabilities. Some part of me always wanted to delve deeper into chord work in a more linear fashion.
It was a “b stock” item (a returned piece) and I had a gift voucher which knocked of a fair deal of the price as well.
I blame Nick Cave, Paul Simon and Belgian artist Kris De Bruyne
I want for 61 key yet compact device, good feel for price, to use as a midi controller but also with decent standalone sounds with keys that aren’t too loud when played.
Nice, I hope you have fun! I bought a keyboard myself a year or so ago. Like guitar, it was an instrument that I briefly explored as a kid, but never pursued as an adult. Justin gave me a good excuse to get one when he suggested that learning basic piano could enhance understanding of music, which would aid with guitar too.
Admittedly I haven’t done much with it yet though. When I get the urge for music I always reach for a guitar. It’s hard going back to being a total noob on one instrument when I have another on which I can actually play songs.
That’s really cool, congratulations I can see in the specs that there are also electric piano, organ and other tones available. How do you like those? I have been toying with the idea of adding some sort of keyboard to my arsenal, but I think they would have 60 or 87 keys too many for me in the beginning.
Does it have weighted keys? I love love love my electric piano. It has none of the headaches that a regular piano has. Can plug in my headphones. Built in metronome. Mine is not portable but looks like yours might be. So many good features. And will last many many years. Congrats!