One big part that separates Asynchronous Lessons from plain old video lessons is that they are interactive. And that is two-way street! It is essential for those taking Asynchronous Lessons to share their successes--and struggles!--in their weekly video. In order for these lessons to be as successful as possible, the student needs to play for … Continue reading Your Schedule
This is not a subscription video course. These lessons are still 1-on-1, private piano lessons. Every video lesson is a unique lesson just for you based on your past week's progress, your individual strengths, and custom tailored to make the most of every single lesson. Unlike an online video series or DVD (if you remember … Continue reading Is this a subscription course?
Band is a private communication platform that takes the place of texting, emailing, dropbox, and much much more. It’s the central hub for everything in the studio and is what enables this continuous learning all week long. It’s available as an app for your phone, iPad, or viewable on the web from anywhere. The week … Continue reading The Studio Hub
Screen Size If you're in a pinch, you can totally use your iPhone during your lesson. But that is less from ideal since your screen is so small! The bigger your screen, the easier it will be to see during your lesson. If you are using an external webcam like the Logitech C920 (which works … Continue reading The Bigger the Better
I use a multi-camera setup to be able to demonstrate most clearly, provide flexible views, and make teaching and learning as fluid as in-person lessons. But a single camera for the student can get the job done just fine! It’s all in the camera angle. The most ideal angle has you—the student—in an almost profile … Continue reading Your Camera View and Positioning