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I am looking at coming back to piano after a few years of not playing. I have knowledge of reading music but want to start off easy again. Any recommendations for good sites where I can use my midi keyboard to aid me?

I eventually want to be able to sight-read sheet music fluently, but I understand that this will take a lot of practice.

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Bradd Szonye, Dr Mayhem May 17 at 23:54

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Maybe this is a good question to start a community wiki list of resources? –  JCPedroza May 17 at 13:36
    
Could you please clarify whether you're looking specifically for information on how to use the MIDI aspects of your keyboard? Or are you just letting us know that it's not an acoustic piano? Are you looking for something specifically to interface with your keyboard's MIDI connection? –  Bradd Szonye May 17 at 21:46

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You should take a look at this high-rated question & its top answer. I feel it is not entirely clear what you are asking for, but the answer in that question pretty much covers all the basics of what you'd want to know.

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the answers to the one you linked me to basically are just arguing whether midi can be used to learn on, which you can of course. I want to know a site where I can learn music from my Midid keyboard –  Dalzar May 17 at 13:47
    
If you are looking for sheet music, simply search for regular piano music. –  Lee White May 17 at 14:16

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