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Casual Music Technology Teachers and Casual Music Technology Lessons

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Andy

Andy

Bachelors: BA Honours (first class) Music Technology (2006)
of the exam papers and am also familiar with what examiners are looking for. Get that A grade today! I can also offer lessons in Sibelius scoring software, Logic X and Pro Tools. I treat every pupil with individuality, to nuture and develop their musical talent. I work on the basis that every student I teach has an individual learning style, and I make my lessons fun, inspiring, and challenging - all at the same...
Andy
experience teaching one on one guitar lessons to all ages varying from 5 to 50 years old. 18 years Playing Experience Played guitar in bands since age 15 Sound Engineering Degree Sound Engineer/Music production Tutor at Kube Media Productions LTD Work freelance at Hellfire Studios My approach to teaching music incorporates both the tried and tested methods and some more alternative methods. I believe that playing music is first and foremost about having fun. I...
Rich
techniques. I also provided 1-1 training on the use of the website's content management system. I have provided 1-1 tuition in playing guitar and bagpipes, and I currently run a blog that focuses on key issues for independent musicians to help them with various issues in the music industry. My approach to music tuition is to identify what the student wants to do. I find that musicians are more motivated when they can see the...
Jon

Jon

Professional: City & Guilds Music Theory (2001)
peoples homes and from my own converted home studio. I also teach Music Production including recording, mixing and mastering… I believe learning to play should be about enjoyment and should be fun first and foremost, everybody should have the right to enjoy and learn a musical instrument. I will not pressure you to learn anything you do not want to learn, nor will I force lots of music theory on you unless you wish to...
John Carl
I have taught keyboards, piano and music production and technology privately to both children and adults over the years. I have experience of teaching students of all ages and can adapt my teaching style accordingly. The youngest student I have taught was a 4 year old and the oldest 72! As a very experienced teacher, my lessons are very much geared to the individual. With younger students, the focus is always on purposeful fun with...
Stuart

Stuart

Doctorate: Art & Design (2008)
work working on various projects from guitar workshops to the creation of radio programmes, and finally, creative learning projects exploring the physics of sound in primary and secondary schools. My teaching experiences also include working at a local college where I have been working for the last seven years teaching BTEC level 3 qualifications in music technology and sound in interactive media. Having had a wide variety of teaching experiences, working with learners aged from...
Phillip

Phillip

Masters: Master of Music (Distinction) (2004)
Ensemble, and the likes of Beardyman, Luke Vibert, Mayumi Miyata, Viktor & Rolf, and Chanel. I have taught for the last 19 years, privately as a piano, theory, composition, orchestration, history and musicianship/aural tutor with fellowships/posts at the Royal College of Music, London College of Fashion, London College of Communication, and the University of the Arts London. I have taught children (from the age of 4) up to adults (60+). I teach and guide each...
Matthew
Sidcup, Kent, while I was the school's in house Guitar tutor. I take a lot of enjoyment from playing music & I am always enthusiastic about teaching my students how to have fun as well as improve their playing. I have worked as a music tutor and a recording studio engineer for studios in London, teaching young people how to work within the music industry and the studio environment. I planned and ran music workshops...
Scott

Scott

PGCE: PostGraduate Diploma in Education (2016)
students. I have an advanced DBS certificate, which is necessary for me to work in this role. My teaching experience is broad having taught all ages, which makes it easy for me to adapt my lessons to individual need and ability. I have experience in preparing students for Rockschool and Trinity guitar exams, and would encourage my students to consider studying for exams. However this will be the students' decision, and there is plenty to...
Tom

Tom

Bachelors: 2:1 - BHons Music Performance (2011)
experience. Not only teaching from beginners to advanced players he also offers music industry help for his students - making sure they get the biggest 'bang for their buck'. He specialises on guitar, bass, flute and various other instruments to a high level. Tom loves to share his knowledge of music to people, to not only aid their learning experience but to make it easier and more fun. Teaching privately since age 16 - Have...

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