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Okay, so recently i've been playing with the idea of taking up a hobby. Years ago in school (middle school) I played a tiny bit of the piano, however I have forgotten everything in regards to it.
Can anyone recommend me videos/guides on leaning to play and also keyboards. I was thinking of getting something that I could for example connect up to my computer via USB and learn to play via that.
Of course I wonder if there is anything like Rockband but for teaching to play the piano (and if there isn't i'm off to patent it or something).
I've got aspergers syndrome so if there are any guides that play to the strengths of it that'd be useful, I tend to zone out on certain kinds of books/guides. For example something that plays to my ability to be very focused on singular tasks rather than being overloaded with lots of things at the same time.
EDIT: D'oh, can this be moved to Help / Advice please.
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I've got a spare copy of Portal, if anyone wants it message me.