Why Online Music Lessons Are So Effective
by Paul Casserly
With the dawn of the internet, there is now a decades-old argument as to whether or not learning an instrument or piece of music online is better, or if musicians should merely stick with the traditional in-person approach. This article will attempt to shed light on both sides of this debate. Continue reading Why Online Music Lessons Are So Effective
Is there a Life without Facebook?
This week Mark Zuckerberg defends himself in front of the American Congress, against accusations of political manipulation, the data leak to Cambridge Analytica and other (privacy) concerns. What is going on exactly? Can we still consider Facebook as a blessing for our (social) life or is it becoming a curse? What are the consequences for you, as an artist? We set out the facts. Continue reading Facebook – Curse or Blessing?
Site and Apps for interactive utilization of online sheet music – Pros & Cons
Musicnotes.com is an online platform which provides music sheets in printed and electronic form, with great functions for the score to be played and watched on screen. We recently tested how it works and what could be the advantages that you can get from using it. In our test, we used a Windows PC and an iPad. Continue reading Musicnotes.com – Online Sheet Music – eLearning Review
musiXange: Free Musical Services
by Paul Cassarly
As a European organization that wants to teach the world classical music, iClassical created an ecosystem for musicians, where you find content that is accessible by anyone, for free. iClassical Academy provides conservatory-level training to classical musicians around the world… Continue reading musiXange: Free Musical Services for classical musicians
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