UAE & Worldwide
Online lessons and online courses have been around for many years. Have you ever searched for YouTube tutorials to learn some chords, a song, or even a classical piece, but found yourself lost in the number of videos that were not explained well, or simply not designed for your personal needs? Online music lessons one on one could be the option for you!
Whether you are a busy person that has no time to waste, or you are simply not comfortable sitting with someone in person to learn from, or you are just looking for the most affordable music learning option with a professional music teacher; Online music lessons one on one could be the option for you if you do or do not have prior knowledge about your instrument or playing music.
We put together some frequently asked questions to help you Make the Right Decision!
About the Lessons
Prior Knowledge Requirements for each instrument
Would online lessons help me to improve?
We are experienced in online teaching, therefore, we can confidently tell you that it depends on a few factors:
What equipments do I need to have?
1- Your instrument 2- Camera 3- Good internet connection 4- Camera stand
Do you offer a trail lesson?
We do not start with students before having a booked assessment done, so we can advise you if it's going to work for you, and give a teacher the chance to assess your level.
Does it cost less than home lessons?
Yes for sure. You can check our online lessons packages to know more.
Do you still have more questions?
Check our FAQ page, if you have more general questions.
Can I take online lessons if I am a total beginner?
For some instruments it will work, indeed, however, we put together the "Prior knowledge requirments" for each instrument.
No proir knowledge is required for the following instruments:
Guitar, Theory, Vocal, Ukulele, Harp, Qanon, Drums, Conga, Darbuka, Xylophone
Proir knowledge is required for the following instruments:
The same instruments like for children, but we would advise you to do an assessment as it is easier for adults to get what the teacher is explaining, especially about posture. Children would need in most cases for personal interaction to correct their posture problems.