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September 4, 2004
Designed for those that want to learn to play keyboard or expand on their basic knowledge, PlayPro's Interactive Keyboard will take you step by step through how to play and think musically. You'll progress at your own speed, going from the basics to improvising your own solos and grooves. With three degrees of difficulty, Interactive Keyboard is intended to cater to more than just beginners.
Features of Interactive Keyboard include:
PlayPro Interactive Keyboard includes a 240 page book and 4 CD-ROMs.
For more information, visit their web site at www.playpro.com