Sure, you may be a “pro” at listening to music online – but what about learning to play a musical instrument through the Internet?
Liberty Park Music (LPM) provides courses on piano, guitar, drums and music theory, taught through pre-recorded videos, supplementary materials such as backing tracks and chord charts, as well as online interaction with the school’s teachers and other students.
Designed specifically for online learning, lessons are based on a structured curriculum. Choose a subject or instrument of your liking, find a suitable course (levels range from beginners to intermediate), sign up and pay a monthly fee to start watching tutorials.
Think of Liberty Park Music as Netflix for music lessons. Having the lessons pre-recorded and online means you can learn from home or on-thego. There’s also ample support available through e-mail, online chats and group Q&As.
Liberty Park Music understands that learning music is a personal experience. Instead of replacing traditional methods, its lessons are complementary. You can personalise your education process by choosing when and where to view course materials (accessible 24/7 online) and the kind of support you need.
Choose from three membership tiers, including direct feedback from teachers for students who are registered into the school’s highest tier. Another plus: the school offers a free 30-day trial with full access to their entire database.
Liberty Park Music is a Singapore-based online music school that enables and encourages the learning of music online through modern technology, offering personalised lessons with a highly qualified team of international music instructors.
From The Finder (Issue 284), July 2017
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