Lightly place the tips of your fingers on the home keys as shown in the illustration below. 1) First type of keyboard has every key marked, so that we can see which finger should press which key. The keys on the keyboard are often a little shallow in the middle, so that it is easier to press them. Note also that everyone has his own preferences, which might depend on many factors like finger and hand size etc. The right hand will play the complete chords while the left hand, as usual, will play the root note of each chord.
When using the SHIFT or CONTROL keys, it is easier to use the opposing hand from the letter (or command key) you will be pressing.
Simply substitute the symbol on the color coded chart, as long as the letters are all in the correct place this should not be any cause for concern. But be careful, when learning to touch type you shouldn’t be looking at the keyboard anyway!


You don’t want to find yourself forgetting how to get certain symbols and on the other hand it would probably be impossible to remember every symbol on the keyboard anyway.
It is very popular these days and usually used on laptops, but can be also found as separate keyboard.
We personally prefer to use keyboards with slim keys, as they seem less cumbersome to type with them. Also remember that it is harder to type on laptop computers, since you have to rise your wrists higher. This time we will not be using the root position of each chord but rather different inversions. Right hand pinkie finger on the ; (semi-colon) key and other fingers on the L, K and J keys. For example, for uppercase A press and hold the right side SHIFT key with your RIGHT HAND pinkie finger, and press the A key with your LEFT HAND pinkie finger. If your keyboard has a completely different layout, you can select the correct type at the top of this page.


This individual keyboard product is interesting because it has each single key marked to be pressed according to each finger.
These are only some types of keyboards, but the typing experience and key feedback will depend on individual keyboard model.
These kind of piano and keyboard exercises will help you improve your transition from chord to chord.
Some keyboards have helpful "bumps" on the F and J keys, to allow you to quickly position your fingers by feel. Your thumbs are used in a similar way, you can use either RIGHT or LEFT thumb to press the SPACE BAR and ALT keys.



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