What open source games and learning resources are available similar to the game Rocksmith? [more inside]
There are a number of instructors who offer banjo lessons over Skype. Does anyone have a personal recommendation? I am interested mainly in bluegrass style, though would be open to other styles if the instructor is strong. (I currently live in South Asia, so local lessons do not seem feasible.)
Does anyone have strong recommendations for a teacher of drums in the Somerville/Cambridge area? [more inside]
I have a friend who's looking to learn (rock) guitar. Any firsthand recommendations for teachers in the Somerville/Cambridge area? [more inside]
Music lessons for a 4 and a 6 year old in the Baltimore area? [more inside]
Where can I find Sitar lessons in Dallas, TX?
How much can I charge for violin lessons in NYC? [more inside]
How can I get set up to teach hand drumming over the internet using Skype? [more inside]
Help me think of some simple gestures of appreciation for a friend who is giving me free music lessons. [more inside]
Looking for a cello teacher in Los Angeles for a beginner. Or is there a string instrument instructor you know who might recommend a cello instructor or a cello player who might want to earn a few bucks, or bargain his or her time? [more inside]
I've been toying with the idea of getting involved in music, and I've finally decided to take the plunge. What's the best way to get started in computer music production - specifically in NYC? [more inside]
How much musical experience/ability does one need to teach music lessons? [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a cello teacher in Toronto, for an adult amateur new to cello but not to strings? [more inside]
How do you encourage children to learn to play musical instruments? [more inside]
Jazz/Blues voice teachers in the Baltimore area. Does anyone have any recommendations? I have a little bit of classical voice training, but even my voice teacher from Peabody admits my voice is better suited towards the jazz and blues side of things. Unfortunately, she doesn't have any teacher suggestions. Do you?
I'm diving back into playing the piano again after 4 to 5 years of not playing. By my nature, I don't want to take lessons right now; I just want to teach myself. The piece I've decided to jump in with (La valse d'Amelie by Yann Tiersen) probably isn't the best to start with, but it's one I've picked. I can learn to read music again, but I'm looking for other pieces to work on which aren't too hard, but aren't laughably simple either. (Oh, and any ideas on how I can make my fingers not feel like lead bricks besides just playing more?)