Concur.goforthetie wrote:I think there is a meaningful distinction to be drawn between looking at one and drawing one. Drawing a keyboard is equivalent to working out a multiplication problem with pencil and paper - everything still results from your own knowledge. Looking at a keyboard short-circuits this process; it could be likened to using a slide rule.whatisbishkek wrote: Oh, I thought by using the actual keyboard you meant that you used it to play the scale, which (while trying to figure out the answer myself) entered my mind as something that would clearly not be appropriate. Just looking at it would be basically equivalent to sketching one, which doesn't seem like a problem.
Drawing -- fine, looking -- bad.