5 Tips for Music Teachers to Get More Students Online
Are you a free-lance music teacher and wondering how you can get more students online to learn piano lessons, violin lessons, cello lessons etc? Below are 5 tips on how you can reach out and attract more students to join you!Learning to Learn to Play Jazz Music – Part One, The Mental Journey
This first article of a series related to the topic of learning to learn to play jazz guitar. The article explores some of the lesser known mental aspects of jazz music you may not have thought about together with some of the practical actions I took when I was preparing to learn to play jazz music. Here are a number of my ideas and tips for you to think about.The Singer’s Fountain of Youth: The Zhorella Method
Ask Maria Zhorella what about her teaching differs from that of other vocal trainers and she is quick to answer, “Nothing. Many good teachers teach the same things.” While watching her in action, however, it becomes clear that she is referring to the principles of good singing. What she has neglected to mention is her uncanny ability, with a few deft strokes, to bring those principles alive for those with whom she works.Why Learning How to Sing Should First Start With Singing Lessons Online
Online singing lessons are today’s response to traditional singing methods with the added value of bringing the advantages of new technology to those who start singing. They are a great way to discover the best singing methods easily, at your finger tips and without spending thousands of dollars.Drumming Practice Techniques
Practice methods for drummers to increase accuracy and power. Advantages of applying ambidexterity to drumming and improving fluidity.Study These Cool Techniques Of Chet Atkins’ Style And Give Your Acoustic Playing A Makeover!
Studying the styles of other guitar players is a great way to not only fuel your desire and creativity on the instrument, but to also massively improve your own playing skills. In today’s article we are going to have a close look at some of the key aspects of the playing style of Chet Atkins. We will look at Chet’s approach to fingerpicking, as well as harmonies, and how you can get these cool techniques into your own everyday playing.