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Well, locking your keyboard is a great way to make sure your phone doesn't accidentally pocket-dial. Basically it locks your keyboard so you can't type anything (and its usually a button that wont have a chance of being pressed while in someone's pocket or case) or call anyone. I don't think you can get a phone without a keyboard, because this is the new technology and everything has it. Also, if your phone gets stolen, for example, if your keyboard is locked and the person who took it doesn't know how to unlock it, they can't use the keyboard, which basically means you can't use your phone. :)s
Sorry- the music shown- the fist one isn't chordal so it won't sound like it is written and the second one doesn't have complete chords. They're not too hard to play as written- can you read sheet music? that's a good place to start- then just work through it slowly until you know it of the top of your head. As for not knowing how to play it on the piano- simply play the bass part with your left hand (the lines go G B D F A, and the spaces go ACEG - bottom to top) and the melody (treble) with your right hand (you should know the lines and spaces of the treble clef- FACE and E G B D F) the Sharps and Flats are the black keys- # that's sharp and the 'b' like symbol is a flat Sorry i couldn't offer more help :/ Good Luck :)s
Why do you need an extra keyboard for your Laptop when you already have an attached keyboard? Well you need an USB Keyboard to connect it with your laptop. The keyboard must have a cable with USB pin. Just plug it in to your Laptop. If it doesn't have an USB pin then you need extra USB docking station through which you an connect the keyboard to that docking station and the wire from that docking station joins the USB in your laptop.s
Sit down and try them. I love Korg and Roland. Both are great keyboards. Yamaha also make a good keyboard but i am old school and prefer those in the studio. Try them out. It also depends on your budget. I own a Kurzwell as well but its verrrrry expensive to buy.s
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