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Improving Audio for Online Music Lessons with Cleanfeed

A year ago, many teachers were just hearing about Zoom for the first time. Zoom is a great videoconferencing app, and most music teachers and students are now familiar with it, making it a great low-barrier option. Zoom also recently upgraded it’s audio capabilities in September 2020, making it an even better tool for online ... Improving Audio for Online Music Lessons with Cleanfeed

4 Different Budgets for Music Teachers to Create a Professional Recording Studio

Set up your recording studio from A to Z with this comprehensive list, including starter budget options.

Expert Roundup: Taking Piano Teaching Online for COVID-19

Here's an expert roundup for resources on teaching online during COVID-19

TC181: Inside Philip Johnston’s $100m Dream Music Teaching Empire

If you had $100m to spend on designing, constructing and fitting out a dream music teaching empire, what would it look like?  Philip Johnston is one of music education’s best-known writers and lateral thinkers, pianist, and composer. Aside from being a musical genius, Philip also holds black belts in three different martial arts and runs ... TC181: Inside Philip Johnston’s $100m Dream Music Teaching Empire

6 Ways to Save Time with Tonara in Your Piano Studio

Find more time by using Tonara in your piano studio

Electronic Sheet Music vs Paper: Why You Should Make the Switch

Save on paper, save on time and save money.

 

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How to Record Live Piano on GarageBand for the iPad

Today's free download isn't to be missed.

How to Make More Time as a Piano Teacher with Help From Technology

Could you do with a few extra hours a week?

Why Instant Self-Learning Music Teaching Apps Just Won’t Work

Here's an app that you can use to aid your teaching.

New Course: A Complete Guide to Digital Music Notation

Have your students print out a score of their very own compositions.

CPTP139: How to Teach on YouTube and Skype with Josh Wright

Teaching online could open up so many opportunities for you to work different hours, make more money and reach students you couldn’t otherwise. Whether you want to teach on YouTube, Skype or Facetime my guest today can definitely give you some great tips. Josh Wright has been taught by an amazing pedigree of teachers and ... CPTP139: How to Teach on YouTube and Skype with Josh Wright

A Comprehensive Guide to Uploading and Editing Videos for YouTube

Use YouTube to your advantage in a variety of ways.