PLIYH Now Introduces Guitar Instruction Through Skype!
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A New Way To Learn –
PLIYH is now offering guitar lessons through Skype! Skype lessons are individual lessons taught across the Skype video call program. The lessons are conducted in the same manner as in-home lessons with the student able to interact with teacher in realtime.
Why Choose Skype Lessons –
Since Skype lessons occur via computer, these lessons involve no driving for the student or for the teacher. This means that scheduled lessons won’t be affected due to weather or other travel circumstances.
Each lesson is video recorded and sent to the student at no additional cost. This will enable the students and families to have a permanent record of their lessons.
Skype lessons are available to students who that live outside our traditional in-home lesson range.
Skype lessons are great for those who frequently travel and for professionals who want to take lessons on their lunch breaks at work.
Whatever the reason, Skype lessons are perfect for today’s modern students who value flexibility and quality in their musical journey.
Pricing and Requirements -
Tuition rates are the same as traditional in-home lessons.
Skype itself is free so all you need is an existing computer with a camera and microphone hooked up. They must have a high-speed Internet connection. Computers should have at least a 1Ghz processor and 512mb of RAM. A better internet connection, processor, RAM, camera, microphone, and speakers make for a better Skype experience.
It is also possible to have a Skype lesson across mobile and tablet platforms such as iPhones, iPads, and Andriod powered devices. Students should also have an instrument, music stand, metronome, and tuner.
About The Skype Director -
Blaine Dillinger is a graduate of The Ohio State University. He majored in Jazz Performance for Guitar with a minor in Music, Media, and Enterprise. Blaine has been teaching for 12 years and has been with Piano Lessons In Your Home for the past 3 years. He has performed with many different groups including acoustic duo’s, rock bands, jazz big bands, marching bands, and orchestras. He also writes, arranges, and records music for songwriters in several different styles. Blaine’s teaching approach is very student oriented. He recognizes that every student has unique goals and challenges in learning and creating music. He recognizes that there are no steadfast rules in music; there are only guidelines that help a student achieve a desired result.
- "Skype has been a fun and exciting new way to learn to play the guitar! Whenever I have a question in between my in-home lessons, I can get on Skype with my guitar teacher to get the answers. He can actually show me how to work through an area that is causing me trouble. Skype has made learning the guitar so much easier!"
- - Lauren C.
- "Thanks to our teacher for introducing our family to Skype! It is fun to watch our daughter get excited for her guitar lesson each week via the computer. She interacts very well over Skype. We have seen the Skype lessons help Lauren improve in learning the guitar. The comfort level she now has in using this technology is amazing."
- - Ami and Jim C.
- "I like Skype lessons because I can hear what our teacher is saying. Also, I am able to understand what he means when he explains things, and what he is playing. It seems like it is the same as when he is at my house for at in-home lesson."
- - Meredith E.
- "I like the Skype lessons for my daughter because I can watch the lesson afterwards and better understand what she is working on and what might need more practice. A great teacher is a great teacher no matter where they are located!"
- - Amy E.
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