2020 brought a new normal, and with it came the eLearning boom for virtually every thinkable subject — including music!
March 23rd, 2021
Today, children and adults alike have the option of learning from an app, a pre-recorded online lesson, an online group course, or a one-on-one Zoom lesson with a music teacher. It’s all available!
And, while we are not saying online lessons will replace the classroom, there a surprising number of benefits, including:
With eLearning, you can have your music lessons whenever you want. If you are a night owl, you can take classes at midnight, while early birds can begin their lesson at 5:00 in the morning. Of course, if you’re taking one-to-one online lessons with a teacher, you might have to decide on a more conventional schedule.
The Range Of Subjects To Choose From
When it comes to online learning, subjects have no limit! You can find online courses in piano, guitar, music and audio production, music composition, and music theory from beginner to advanced (just to name a few.)
Different Learning Methods
We already now that people learn differently. Some of us are visual learners, others respond better to one-on-one classes, some are very auditory, and some even like the old-fashioned reading and writing method.
e-Learning opens the door to a plethora of methods supported by audiovisuals and apps. Thus, you can select the apps and software that best fit your needs!
So if you are hesitant to try online music lessons, maybe it’s time to jump in and give it a try!