Piano For All by Robin Hall Review

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Whether you’re new or a novice to the piano, getting this program will help you become an expert as you learn tricks and techniques.

  • Creator: Robin Hall
  • Contents: ebook and videos
  • Price: $39.00
  • Official Website: pianoforall.com
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Piano For All

PianoForAll is the ultimate online program that teaches you how to play the piano from the basic to pro levels through a series of 10 training modules, 200 video lessons and 500 audio lessons brought to you right on your tech device. So, if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to play an instrument or want to pick up where you left off, there’s no better way to do it.

Studies may show that 90% of piano students are under the age of 7, but there’s nothing stopping you from learning how to play this incredible instrument at any age, especially when the lessons are brought right to you. PianoForAll is an online program that brings all of the piano lessons to you – from beginner and advanced levels and everything in between, so you can learn how to play the piano right in the comfort of your own home and for a fraction of the cost of traditional in-person lessons. It’s a comprehensive system that covers everything you need to know to begin brand new or to sharpen up on your piano-playing skills. As such, it comes with 10 training modules, 200 video lessons, and 500 audio lessons that teach you every step of the way.

With PianoForAll, you receive all of the lessons (and more) that you would get from traditional in-person sessions, only they don’t cost you $30 to $60 each time you go. Instead, everything can be done right at home, at your own pace and without the added pressure. Over 190,000 people have used this program to bring out their piano-playing skills, and you can too.

Designed specifically so that anyone can use it to learn, develop or enhance their piano skills, no matter their age or prior playing experience. In fact, you don’t need any prior experience as this program starts right at the beginning with lesson one and slowly guides you through learning where your hands go, what the different keys are, different hand positions, how to read music, and so on and so forth. By the end, you’ll know how to play everything from the basic blues to advanced ballads.

The program is digital, so everything is available to you online as soon as you purchase. This also gives you the option to download the lessons onto your tech devices, so you can practice and play on-the-go. The program also comes with a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee so you can try it out risk-free and see if piano playing is for you.

The Creator

The PianoForAll program was created by professional pianist and piano teacher for many years, Robin Hall. Robin provides in-person traditional piano lessons and online lessons, and has taught hundreds of students of all different ages. He is highly sought after for his unique approach to teaching piano, which consists of “bite sized” lessons that keep the learning process fun and easy, yet productive and effective. This has allowed him to take even the most complicated piano lessons and make them easy to learn and play.

What You Will Get In The Program?

  • Book 1: Party Time/Play By Ear / Rhythm Piano
  • Book 2: Blues and Rock n’ Roll
  • Book 3: Chord Magic
  • Book 4: Advanced Chords Made Easy
  • Book 5: Ballad Style
  • Book 6: Jazz Piano Made Easy Pt. 1
  • Book 6: Jazz Piano Made Easy Pt. 2
  • Book 7: Advanced Blues and Fake Stride
  • Book 8: Taming the Classics
  • Book 9: Speed Learning
  • Book 10: Bumper Resource Book

Outline of the Program

PianoForAll is a comprehensive, 10-module training program that teaches you everything there is to know about learning how to play the piano – from start to finish, or rather, from beginner to advanced levels. The program comes with over 200 lessons that are separated into 10 written training modules, video tutorials and 500 audio files. The lessons are thoroughly detailed to ensure an easy, self-taught experience. These training modules also come with detailed, step-by-step instructions, as well as pictures, diagrams and descriptions that guide you through every part of the process – from learning where to put your fingers to playing advanced ballads and blues.

The first four training modules create the foundation for the rest of the training modules, all of which are put together in a strategic sequence so you’ll want to follow them in order.

Here is a more detailed look at what you can expect from each training module:

Book 1: Party Time/Play By Ear / Rhythm Piano (83 topics)

  1. Getting to know the keyboard
  2. The key to playing piano instantly – CHORDS
  3. Rhythms
  4. Practice progressions

The first book is where you learn all of the basics to this program and piano playing. For example, it covers the different parts of a keyboard, the rhythms, chords, white keys and the black keys, the same 12 notes at higher and lower pitches, and so much more. You’ll find plenty of diagrams in this module as well that show you what hand and finger to use for the different keys. It’s basically your beginners guide all wrapped into one.

Book 2: Blues and Rock n’ Roll

  1. Layout of notes for playing the Blues
  2. Different types of keyboards
  3. Photos of where to place your fingers
  4. Written instructions on where to place your fingers

Book 2 teaches you the easiest way to learn the blues. These lessons are largely focused on honing the left-hand rhythms, and then, learning the right-hand licks. Don’t worry; it teaches you both!

Book 3: Chord Magic

  1. The all chords memory trick
  2. Diagrams of playing different songs
  3. Inversions
  4. Easy way to form inversions
  5. Common mistakes

Book 3 teaches you the different chords. It comes with all kinds of helpful techniques. A personal favourite is “the all chords memory trick”, where you learn how to build a major and a minor chord on the 12 tones of the piano.

Book 4: Advanced Chords Made Easy

  1. One Magic Formula to 9, 11 and sus4 chords
  2. Diminished chords
  3. Right hand cluster chords/li>
  4. Practice progressions

Book 4 is the last of the program’s ‘foundational stages’ and it teaches you how to bluff all three types of chords to play more advanced styles.

Book 5: Ballad Style

  1. Note finder print out
  2. Developing a basic ballad style
  3. Different exercises for ballad style

Book 5 teaches you how to improvise and work with the skills you already know. The focus is placed on learning the ballad style in this manual, with a strong emphasis on learning the notes before learning the actual tones. This includes a simple 6-step strategy that teaches you the ballad style before you actually learn the ballad process.

Book 6: Jazz Piano Made Easy Pt. 1 & Pt. 2

  1. Two-part series
  2. The magic blues scale
  3. A classic chord progression
  4. Voicing for show tunes

In book 6, you learn how to play the blues, simply by using only 3 chords. You also learn the unwritten rule that if you learn how to play one piece of blues, you can easily improvise and play them all.

Book 7: Advanced Blues and Fake Stride

  1. Instant transposer instructions + chart
  2. Advanced blues music diagrams
  3. Different riffs

Book 7 is all about learning how to incorporate right-hand chords when you’re playing the blues. There’s a strong emphasis on sevenths and some inversions, as well as Off-On rhythms.

Book 8: Taming the Classics

  1. Getting to know the keyboard patterns
  2. Key signatures
  3. Repeats

In book 8, learn how to play more advanced songs on the pianos. These tutorials take many of the things you’ve learned from the very first module and adds in a few extra steps that enhance the skill level at which you’re playing.

Book 9: Speed Learning

  1. Memorizing the scales and arpeggios
  2. Practice routine in the key of C
  3. Other tone scales

Book 9 teaches you how to play the piano faster simply by practicing scales and using ‘broken chord’ exercises that are provided to you in this module. The creator recommended that you spend one week with each key to get the basics of the different training exercises down pat.

Book 10: Bumper Resource Book

  1. Technicality of different keyboards
  2. Features of different keyboard types
  3. Connecting keyboards to the computer

Book 10 is the last training module and it comes with some extra information that can help you out as a pianist, but that are not necessary by any means. For example, you can connect your keyboards to the computer if you’d like or understand the different types of keyboards but you don’t have to in order to play.

Advantages of Piano For All program

  • The program makes it easy for anyone to learn how to play the piano
  • Can be used at your own pace and right in the comfort of your own home
  • Comes with over 200 self-taught lessons
  • The lessons include basic, intermediate and advanced levels
  • Comes with audio, video and written tutorials for an easy, stress-free learning experience
  • Set up in a strategic sequence for you to easily follow along with
  • Tutorials come with detailed steps, visuals, diagrams, audios and videos that guide you through each lesson
  • Digital version allows you to use the program online or you can download the lessons onto your personal tech devices for access anytime, anywhere access the lessons anytime and anywhere
  • Backed by a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee

Disadvantages of Piano For All program

If you were looking for in-person piano lessons for the social aspect, doing the program at home on your own may feel like a disadvantage to you. However, there are many advantages to this that far outweigh any possible negatives, such as the ability to work on the lessons at your own pace, on your own time and for a fraction of the price of in-person sessions. Plus, you can always go back to any lessons you feel you need to re-do and you can always achieve the social aspect by joining a local piano club or social media group.

My Thoughts

PianoForAll is the ultimate program that covers every type of piano lessons you could ever need. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pianist who would like to sharpen up on their skills, this program provides you with over 200 video lessons, 500 audio lessons and 10 training modules that guide you through all kinds of basic, intermediate and advanced lessons. The program can be used right at home and at your own pace, and can be used by anyone no matter their skill, experience, preferred learning style, age, or gender. The lessons come in written, audio and video format, with detailed step-by-step instructions in each so you know exactly what to do each step of the way. It even comes with a 60 Day Money Back Guarantee, so you can check it out for yourself risk-free.

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Frequently Asked Questions

PianoForAll is entirely digital, so there is no physical hardcopy that gets shipped out to you. Instead, all of the lessons are online and can be downloaded onto your personal tech devices, such as your smartphone, tablet or computers. And since they can be downloaded, you also have the option to print out the written guides to serve as your own personal hardcopy. Otherwise, everything gets stored right on your device and they’re there for you whenever and wherever you need them.
The program comes in all types of formats, making it an incredible program for all types of learners, regardless as to whether you’re more of a visual-learner, audio-learner or text-learner. For example, it comes with written, audio and video files that teach you the lessons. This also ensures well-rounded lessons that take care of any possible confusion. Keep in mind though that if you choose to use the audio files, you will need a free software to play the sound files which is provided to you with the program.
Yes. As mentioned previously, you can download and print off the training modules. You’ll want to make sure you’re printing the ‘printer-friendly’ ones, as the main training modules come with embedded audio and video.
At first, yes. Since the program is digital, you’ll need the internet to access the content online. At that time, you can download the training modules onto your tech devices, so you can access them anytime and anywhere, with no internet needed.
Yes, the program was designed for all ages. However, if a child is using them, they may need some assistance reading and understanding the modules depending on their age. Keep in mind that the program also comes with the videos and sound files that make it easy for everyone to learn the steps on their own, including the little ones.
There haven’t been any sales released for this program, as the program is already majorly discounted, especially when compared to traditional in-person lessons. However, any changes to do this would get announced on their official website.
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