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I'm not looking for a tutorial or something - I'm looking for some software that takes you through playing or producing actual music, in a step by step concept.

Something like Keyboard Music that also teaches playing music.

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do u mean musical notes ? – ukanth Oct 22 '09 at 13:16

It's a shame you've tagged this one with Windows Vista - the latest incarnation of GarageBand on the Mac has video tuition for piano and guitar, with optional artist packs to downloads. See http://www.apple.com/ilife/garageband/

I'm platform agnostic, but this software represents an illustrative example of what I believe the poster is looking for. Now can anyone else find a Windows equivalent? ;-)

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I really wish I have a Mac :( – Moayad Mardini Oct 22 '09 at 18:56

As far as I know, Sibelius is one of the best professional music notation software for the moment. See the example for keyboard & fretboard windows.

Its definition:

Sibelius 6 is a giant leap forward in notation software – with amazing new features and improvements for educators, students, composers, arrangers, copyists and musicians of all kinds.

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Berklee School of Music has a YouTube channel now with all sorts of cool tutorials.

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