Play Linkin Park's "In the End" Intro on Piano.

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Introduction: Play Linkin Park's "In the End" Intro on Piano.

This instructable will teach you to play Linkin Park's "In the End" intro on piano.

Step 1: What Order the Notes Go In.

The notes go in the following order.

1-2-2-3-4-4-4-4-4 .......just keep repeating that and you have it. It doesn't matter what key or octave you play it in. As long as it has the same keys as in the picture.

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    you need to show us how to play all of it

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    Its Dsharp octive- Bflat-Bflat-Fsharp-CsharpF(sametime)-F-F-F-Fsharp-B and then reapeat it again only ust canging the Dsharp octive with a Dsharp and B at same time. Alternate the first notes every time you repeat. Heres a link to a good instructive that i learned it at.

    Won'tletmeputlinkssotryingtohideitinthissentence.www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRzWur-mCnU

    nice very simple for a beginner but you may want to write what the actual notes are aswell. also, it sounds better playing: 1-2-2-3-4-4-4-4-3 if you'r repeating it several times (3 times)then playing 1-2-2-3-4 and holding the last '4'

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    Yeah u are right! i learned it in letters like this: D-A-A-F-E-E-E-E-F
    tHE REST OF THE SONG = D-A-A-F-E-E-E-E-F D-A-A-F-E-E-F
    D-A-A-F-E-E-E-E-F-D-F-F-E-D

     ok heres my problem in the keys when i tried to play c sharp it wasnt working for me but when i tried it on d sharp instead it sounded right

    hey alisohn i no the hole song by heart and i play by ear and i can read notes but i need to no more

    that isnt how it goes it should go D A A F E E E E F D A A F E E E E AND SO ON

    It is wrong. The last 4 should be a 3. Thus: 1-2-2-3-4-4-4-4-3. Also, the last two notes in the loop (-4-3) should be double as fast as the others.

    no you showed it wrong. 1 is D# not C# so its 1 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 i think. try it out. :]

    its cool but I just tried it and its not really long enough