What can be more endearing than the sound of music? Well, maybe the process of musical learning, knowing how its pitch, rhythm and sonic qualities come together to create an appealing sound. The presence of music and the desire to learn music has been there for ages. Internet, however, has made music teaching and learning a convenient one to one activity over the World Wide Web. A comprehensive web resource like UK Net Guide or any other internet site can give updates on music. But to professionally learn music on internet requires a virtual presence and registration of both the teacher and the student.
Surprisingly teaching music over other mediums other than a physical musical institute has been practiced before. In early 1930's music was successfully taught over the radio but obviously radio cannot match the real time teaching and learning experience of the internet.
Free to join online music lessons save the time and money required of a physical music teaching institute. Moreover, you can take music lessons from renowned musicians worldwide, saving travel cost as well. Flexibility of timings and ease of use is yet another merit of online music learning. All that is required of you is a reliable internet connection, a video conference software and dedicated timely schedule. (more...)