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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

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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

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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