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Online Lesson Instructions:

Find your teacher's Skype ID or Zoom Information below.
Aja Broderson Using Zoom - Aja will email you links and passwords for your session
Buddy Griffith bwg1190
Cindy Radovich cindy.radovich@gmail.com
David Radovich david@radovichanddean.com
Ed Murphy live:.cid.cb878db52672a617
Nina Madison antonia.loconte@gmail.com    or   aaloconte
Pat Lavery patlavery64@yahoo.com      or     live:patlavery64
Rachel Sloane live:.cid.24d588985d078779     or     rachelsloane128@gmail.com
Tiffany Radovich tiffyrad@msn.com       or       tiffyrad


  • Initiating your Lesson:  The student will call their teacher via Skype, or enter the Zoom meeting room at their scheduled lesson time.  
    • Make sure you find and add your teacher to your Skype Contacts, or Zoom Meetings in advance, so you can start on time. 
    • Teachers will have other lessons scheduled after yours, and will not be able to run late. 
    • If you have any trouble finding or adding your teacher, please contact the Studios asap for assistance. 
  • Have your instrument, music and music stand ready to go.  
    • Get anything else you might need, like a metronome, tuner, pencil, guitar amplifier, etc. 
    • Add measure numbers to your music.  This will make it easier for a teacher to identify certain sections they’d like to work on.
  • Setting up your Lesson Space at home:  Make sure your lesson room is appropriate, and properly set up.
    • Choose a quiet room in your home without any distractions (siblings, pets, high traffic areas, etc.)
    • Set up your device in a good location.  Most teachers will prefer to see you from the side, as you look at your music stand.  Try to include your hands and instrument in the view.
    • Avoid back lighting, if possible.  Try setting up with your light source coming from behind your device, instead of behind you.
    • Consider the acoustics – rooms with hard wood floors will make the sound coming through your device harsh for teachers. A small area rug can make a huge difference.  Depending on your device, there may be a bit of an echo when you speak or play.  In these cases, earbuds/headphones seem to prevent feedback.      
  • Beginning guitar/string students - if at any time your instrument goes out of tune, please bring it into our retail store and we will be happy to tune it for you. It generally only takes a few minutes, yet it will be very difficult to have a lesson with your strings out of tune.
 
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