When it comes to mastering a new instrument, the left brain workout required to memorize and process site reading is often something which those starting out struggle with. In this piece we look at new way of visually processing music which makes it easier to learn.
In this recent piece from MusicThinkTank, Neil Nguyen unveils an infographic illustrating how to easily read piano notes and keys.
"Sight reading plays a huge role in instrument learning, not just piano.
And yes, most beginners hesitate and neglect in sight reading because it requires left brain functions: memorizing stuff and thinking logically.
That’s why I created a visual guide on how to read piano notes and keys. With friendly illustrations, it would help students acquire the information much faster, easier.
Below is the summary infographic for the guide. You can click here to learn more about the original guide with two different approaches to learn the pitch names: Left-brained and right-brained."