Master Music Tuition

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Why take a course in Music Tuition? 

Studying music can have a significant impact on students in terms of creativity, discipline, mental capacity and memory. Music Tuition courses come in all forms, which means that there will always be a course to suit you. You will learn new skills, communication, teamwork and self-esteem alike. Check out our database here on

What will you learn? 

There are many different elements of Music Tuition courses. 

1 to 1 tuition courses in DJ and music production are organised in such a way that allows students to cover more content in less time in order to save money. They can learn at a time and day that suits them. They will learn the ins and outs of DJing and how to produce music well. 

Similarly, Ableton Live courses will familiarise students with the programme from Mac. They will be able to compose, record, sequence and mix with the software after completing the course. Students will sit four practical exams to ensure they have the best understanding of the course content and will leave with a finished track to use in their career going forward.

Courses in Antares Auto-Tune cover the necessary skills to understand the inner workings of the complex plug-in. Students will learn how to improve their recordings and to apply what they have learned to their own pre-processing projects. Learning Auto-Tune will allow students to produce professional tracks. The course also covers Auto mode and Graphic mode.

B4 II Virtual Organ Certification courses will teach students how to use this software. An extended array of features will be covered such as B3 drawbars, vibrato, chorus, tube distortion and rotary speaker cabinet. Students will learn how to navigate the programme, as well as using Manual View, Organ View, Expert View, Present View and Setup View. 

Music Tuition courses also cover lessons for any musical instruments. There are options such as Ukelele, Guitar, Piano, Keyboard Piano and beyond. Students can learn to play these instruments from beginners level and progress onwards to advanced levels. 

These courses are all delivered at an evening or weekend basis. The duration of these courses ranges from a month to a year. Some are delivered in person, while others use distance learning. Online courses allow students to tailor the course to a time that suits them to work, meaning they can take as much time as needed to perfect their skills. 

What comes next? 

After taking on a Music Tuition course, there are a number of options available to students. Many take up the course in order to learn something new and immerse themselves in a new hobby. This can help them get the most out of their free time and subsequently give their brain busy.

For those that want to fully take on Music Tuition, they can progress from beginners levels of whatever course interests them. After this, they can move to the next level before completing an expert level course. For those looking to keep their skills on afterwards, there are many college courses to expand their knowledge even further. 

In terms of career, students can go on to teach others in the field. They can also go into performing music or producing it for film, TV or for songs. The possibilities are endless.

Rebecca Daly

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