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Finding the Piano That Fits Your Fingers

If you are interested in making music, one of the first options towards learning is to grab onto a piano that is available. With changes in technology, as well as acoustics, are also different options for piano playing and for finding a piano instrument that will allow you to enjoy all of the sounds that can be made from the piano. 

The first type of piano that is available to use is the acoustic option. This means that the sound will come from strings that are hit by hammers. Among acoustic pianos are upright options, which will be smaller and which will have the strings inside an enclosed area. The second type of acoustic piano is the grand piano, which will be longer in the back with extended strings and the ability to raise a lid in order to hear different acoustics with the piano sound. 

If you move beyond the acoustic sounds of pianos, you can also find electronic options for your playing needs. These will not have the same resonance as acoustic options, but will be able to provide you with more ways to play. Typically, electronic pianos will come with different sizes, based on the number of keys that are available. A full size electric keyboard will have 88 keys and will have the complete range of piano sounds. 

Not only will the electronics for the piano have these sizes, but will also come with different options for playing. Typically, the piano will have different sounds based on their use according to what the musician needs. This will be divided according to whether it will be played for performance or for the studio. Along these lines, there will be extra samples of sounds that are available and different capacities that will determine which sounds will play first. This allows for more options to be available in order to move towards playing the piano. 

No matter what level you are at, finding the right piano to fit your needs is the first step towards moving to the next note of music. Knowing what your options are, and finding the piano that best fits your needs, is the beginning to making sure that you can hit all of the notes correctly.

 

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