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PostPosted: Sat Jul 16, 2011 7:30 pm    Post subject: Innovative Kbd layout
Subject description: - My bit to improve on the traditional zebra layout...
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Hi friends,

I belong to those unwilling to put up with traditional musical habits, which limit my musical creativity. Albeit I enjoy the latter on a hobby level, I'm not keen on wasting my time on practicing "traditional habits and equipment".
I reckon the vastly irregular, traditional piano (zebra pattern) Kbd layout is such a time waster.
Most of us have/had no choice than to allow music teachers to introduce us to this awkward Kbd layout and then keep going for the rest of our life.
I was one of those, who never got used this zebra layout.
I used to play the accordion for a number of years. Yet, now that I bought a 2nd hand Tyros3, I start to hate its Kbd layout, which is worse than the accordion layout.
Thus, I was dreaming up a remedy. Please tell me what you think of it. Q: Would it help to learn faster (or make it easier to learn) playing all scales? I seriously want to give it a try...


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