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I am having trouble determining the best place to start with online piano tutoring software. I have a basic understanding of music theory & notation. I have visited many sites for piano tutoring that offer limited trials.

What recommendations can you make from personal experience with some of the tutoring platforms that currently exist?

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Alexander Troup, Shevliaskovic, guidot, Jason W, Dom Feb 14 '14 at 13:52

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Shopping recommendation questions are considered off-topic here, due to their limited nature and tendency for obsolescence (of the answers). – NReilingh Feb 14 '14 at 18:34

Garage Band piano lesson set is totally great, but while the lessons are free, you need an Apple Mac to use them. Also, there are only 8 free lessons so would be far from complete education.

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