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West Midlands Music Technology Teachers and West Midlands Music Technology Lessons

With First Tutors: Music you can find a music technology tutor in the West Midlands region and across the UK. Music Technology lessons is an excellent way to improve confidence as well as learning a fun hobby! Please use our site to search for music technology teachers near you in West Midlands and select the one who best meets your requirements so you can start music technology lessons straight away!

Meet some of our West Midlands Music Technology Teachers

Joana

Joana

PGCE: Post-Compulsory Education Teaching (2015)
tutee whether they are new to the subject or experienced. Music theory lessons will be assisted with the use of keyboard or electric guitar, and music software (Logic and/or GarageBand) to enhance learning. I have a very patient approach yet challenging my students to achieve better and better. My students would describe me as organised, hard-working, approachable, sensitive to personal needs, and celebrating their every success. Available Online: Skyp', FaceTime, and e-mail. Cancellations: 24-hour policy....
Scott

Scott

PGCE: PostGraduate Diploma in Education (2016)
or A level music, the composition aspects of which I have taught over the past year. I also personalise my lessons: the first thing I ask my students is "What do you want to learn? Is there a particular song/tune/style of music you want to play?" This way I enthuse students from the first lesson with the music they are interested in, and once they have mastered the genre we discuss where we might want...
Roger

Roger

Guitar, Singing, Music Theory, Composition, Music Production, Music Technology
Masters: MA Music Composition (2006)
during my music teaching career. I believe in modelling my delivering around the goals of the individual. For instance, someone who is approaching lessons as a hobby may want to simply learn a new song each week, whereas someone who is taking their studies more seriously may have an end goal in mind (a graded exam etc), therefore a more structure approach might be more suitable. Whatever your desired outcome, I am confident I will...
Stephen

Stephen

Tamworth
Music Theory, Composition, Music Production, Music Technology
Masters: MSc Digital Composition and Performance (2010)
dance music both in the UK and abroad for intensive courses overseas. I tailor my teaching for what the student's requirements. Whether you are simply looking for an introduction to the basics, or intense learning sessions I can help you out. Most lessons are a mix of teaching techniques, giving advice and then helping you put it into practice in your own music. Rates are £30 per hour with a minimum of a 2 hour...
Robbie

Robbie

Bromsgrove
PGCE: PGCE in Secondary Music(Pass) (2004)
develop that are difficult to change and a lot of time and energy can be wasted with little progress being achieved. Learning an instrument should be a fun and fulfilling experience where you can develop at your own pace with an approach that should mean you become a lifelong learner. For some people playing music could become a career but many people learn to play an instrument for pleasure and relaxation. Whatever your goals are,...
Andy

Andy

Guitar, Music Production, Music Technology
Bachelors: 2:2 Bsc Hons Sound Engineering (2010)
playing music should be a hobby, not a chore. The appreciation for theory and technique will come to the player naturally in their own time and until then i think it's important to play anything you want to play and not have your creativity strangled in any way. I have experienced first hand the joys that my teaching methods bring to children and adults, when they learn how to play that riff they have always...
Nathan

Nathan

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Music with QTS (2018)
them to refer back to the lesson during the week when they are practicing on their own. Lessons can be aimed towards taking exams, or playing for fun. My aim is to develop students as musicians throughout their study. In your lessons, you can: ​Learn at your own pace in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Learn pieces for casual play or for graded music exams. ​Study music theory alongside instrumental study. Learn to compose your...
Zachaeus

Zachaeus

Smethwick
Trumpet, Music Theory, Composition, Music Technology
Masters: Masters in Music with Distinction in Composition (2015)
I ensure that my students understand that they are in control both physically and mentally. As long as one understands how to breathe correctly, one can play the trumpet. I apply similar teaching techniques when teaching composition and music technology. When teaching a student with no musical experience, one has to avoid using musical jargon that the student might not understand. I have found analogies to be a useful tool when trying to explain a...
Dan

Dan

Bachelors: First-Class Composition (2018)
like to learn and they will ideally work between lessons so that the tuition becomes most beneficial. For a full list, please see below: – detailed advice on orchestration, instrumentation and working with ensembles – lessons on using Sibelius notation software and Cubase digital audio workstation – guidance on general and specific areas of composition e.g. aesthetics, material and structure, working with video, composing for solo instrumentalists – an adaptability to each student's needs and...
Michael

Michael

Telford
Guitar, Music Theory, Composition, Music Production, Music Technology
Masters: Master of Philosophy in Music Studies (2017)
attained through focusing on that which you are passionate about. As such I would hope to guide my students to the areas in which they might excel, and then encourage them to work hard and commit the hours to achieve their musical goals. I have many valuable time-management skills and routines which I can pass on, as well as short 5 minute exercises in all the disciplines I teach, so that students can improve in...

Counties: West Midlands, Worcestershire

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  • Dan

    Dan, Birmingham
    Joined: 23/07/2018 | Av. Price: £23.33 p.h.
    Composition, Music Technology
    Bachelors: First-Class Composition (2018)

  • Michael

    Michael
    Joined: 04/06/2018 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Guitar, Music Theory, Composition, Music Production, Music Technology
    Masters: Master of Philosophy in Music Studies (2017)

  • Luke

    Luke
    Joined: 01/05/2018 | Av. Price: £30.00 p.h.
    Guitar, Bass Guitar, Music Production, Music Technology
    PGCE: Secondary Music Level 7 (2014)

Featured West Midlands Music Technology Tutors

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