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I'd like to learn the piano. I have the most basic musical training, such as being able to read notes, but beyond that I'm an absolute novice. Obviously lessons are the likely the best and fastest route, but there are a handful of other items for which I thought you could provide input.
I'd like to learn on a keyboard for it's size (full piano not practical for me), noise level (ability to wear headphones or reduce volume), and computer shenanigans (such as hooking up to cool editing software on the computer).
Can anybody recommend a keyboard that would be a pleasure to play and learn on, but not entirely break the bank of a beginner who could not appreciate all of it's intricacies until years down the road?
Any essential software for learning or mixing that are essential? I'm using a Mac.
Any gems out there that would steer me in the right direction?