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As a part of my academic thesis, I have to build a device that helps pianists during their performance. Before testing that with real pianists, I must adjust and regulate that device.

I have to play piano (up to grade 4) and I know that the process of learning piano is not easy. Is there a fast training process for learning play piano up to grade 4 in 3 or 4 months?

I am almost 40 years old and I played some instruments before.

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    Wait, your academic thesis requires you to learn piano just so you can make a training device? Did I read that correctly? – user45266 Apr 13 at 4:33
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    HI there - your question is not on topic here, but browse around, you will see a lot of guidance. But really, follow @LemonsAreRed's advice and get a teacher. – Doktor Mayhem Apr 13 at 10:57
  • @user45266 actually, before the covid-19, I was supposed to only create that device and adjust that with real pianist, but at the moment, I have to tune that all by myself. – Mironline Apr 13 at 15:06
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From my experience, there isn't a magic method book to learn piano super fast.

The fastest way to learn piano is through a private teacher. If you have the money and resources to find a piano teacher, that is definitely the way to go, especially if you want to get to a grade 4 level in a couple of months.

It's definitely possible with hard practice!

Hope this helps.

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