Is it possible for someone who has a disabled/unusable baby finger to find a piano tutor who’ll know how to work around that problem?
I have played the piano since I was five years old (at my grandmother’s house), but never done so properly, meaning, I don’t work well with both hands, I also can’t read music. I am self taught, play by ear, I want to learn how to read and write the music, so I can learn other complex songs quicker and so I can become a songwriter more effectively.
I’ve always wanted to write songs, but I don’t know how to read music. I understand I can learn how to read music without learning the piano, but I want to do both. I want to learn how to use my hands properly, despite the loss of use in the baby finger of the left hand.
When I was younger I was given a copy of cu-base and this helped me compose some tunes, but then I was without a computer for a while and my brother nicked the cu-based and sold it, ever since I’ve always wanted to do songwriting. I just lacked the courage to go to college about it, because I can’t play the piano professionally, or how people expect you to, also my left hand is slow and needs speed training.