"Videos can be useful and certainly play a part in the learning process" said Bob Lawrence, president of MusickEd.com, "but they are not the 'be-all and end-all' component. There has to be a healthy balance in the learning process whereby material and information is understood conceptually before it can be applied to your chosen instrument".
We hope you'll share your videos with us and other users, teachers, and learners from around the world.
CLICK HERE to submit your video. Keep in mind the following items:
1. Video you or someone you know performing one of the 9 songs from any Kore Series lesson. There's no need for excess production or perfection - just smile and enjoy your playing.
2. You may play along with the melody only, melody and background , or background only tracks. You may even perform solo with no background.
3. Be sure to include the name, location, and age of the performer so we can give accurate credit!
4. MusickEd retains all rights and privileges to said recordings.
5. Videos may (or may not) appear on our site or any site within our community (i.e. our blog, facebook, or twitter pages).
"There has to be a healthy balance in the learning process whereby material and information is understood conceptually before it can be applied to your chosen instrument"
Here are two user videos that were recorded on campus at the Dallas School of Music with a simple 'flip' camera. The 1st is Tanya S. who proves that having fun and enjoying the process is the main goal!
And here's Jack P. He's an electric guitarist who is actually reading music! Wow, what a concept!
Look for these and other user videos to start popping up soon!. And come one - be brave - share your stuff with other users from around the world! CLICK HERE to submit your video.