piano notes: The Chainsmokers – Closer

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Easy tutorial for beginner piano and keyboard players.

The Chainsmokers are an American producer duo, who write pop songs with future bass elements.

What is really distinguishable about them are very catchy hooks and overall summer vibe.

The Chainsmokers have produced many hit songs, one of which is “Closer”. It’s really easy to play on piano or keybard and even easier with the letter notes we’ve prepared. Just follow the notes and play the corresponding keys! Of course, we suggest to start off by getting your keyboard prepared with our special stickers, which you can find at the right-hand side of this tutorial. Not only will they boost your learning process, but will also help you remember where to look for a certain note on your keyboard. Second and the most important thing we provide are the letter notes – a substitute for classic sheet music, which takes long time to master.

Letter notes are the most simple way of learning the piano! Please take note, that different colors indicate in which octave certain note is located. Now, you can basically start learning “Closer” but if you actually need any more help, make sure to watch our instructional video. It will help you master the rhythm and performance.

It’s like a karaoke for piano players. Once the noteblocks connect with the virtual keyboard, that’s when you play the appropriate keys. It’s really that simple! You can always slow down the video and practice individual parts. Once you get them down, return to the original speed.

Our new learning method will help you learn thrice as fast! Our users state that learning with colorful letter is a fun way to learn from scratch!

If you would like to learn playing your favorite songs nice and fast without unnecessary hours spent on theory, notes and other complex stuff, read the instruction, pick one of our tutorials and just start playing! It's really that simple :) At our website you'll find also letter tutorials and articles with advices.

Beginner’s guide to keyboards!

1. What is a keyboard?
2. Choosing right piano keyboard
3. Notes on the keyboard
4. Major and minor scales
5. Playing songs with letter notes