So you’re ready to take your piano learning online and you realize that for ultimate convenience and learning at your own pace that online piano lessons are the future, right?Well, that’s a great idea and I think it’s one of the best ways to learn piano mainly because you don’t need to schedule your time around a private tutor (who costs a fortune wherever you live).However, before you download a piano course you must make sure you don’t waste your time and money on a real dud, and believe me there are quite a few to wade through before you find a piano course that’s worth bothering with…
In just a moment, I will show you how to find the right piano course to download and how I have singled out the chaf from the wheat, so to speak.Actually, quite a lot of negative repercussions can happen as a result of a shoddy download. Let’s have a look at what happens when you pick the wrong online piano course:
1. Time wasted Goes without saying really, that the time it takes to download and install, then actually get up and running with the program is a total waste if the piano 學琴 course is utter junk. Plus, it is extra hassle to un-install it all and of course it wastes more time in doing so.Plus, a bad online piano course will take longer to learn what you need and want to learn on the piano, so you have to think of that side of things too. This could equate to years of needless struggle, so beware!
2. Bad habits Sure, you might be inclined to stick with what you’ve been lumbered with, but just like learning to drive, learning from a bad online piano course could leave you with a bad foundation in terms of the theory and also the techniques. These are actually difficult to reverse after a while.
3. Wasted money This is obviously the main one, and although most online piano course downloads should offer a refund, be careful as believe it or not, some of the lesser known and more shady companies online will make it harder for you to get a refund, hoping you’ll just give up trying after a while (I’ve had this happen to me many times, and yes, I gave up on a few…)