The first step I take is always to talk to the person that wants to learn. Questions I like to bring up are: "What do you want out of this? Do you want to produce your own music or play covers? What sort of music do you want to learn?" After that, we try and figure out the best way to learn. Some prefer everything written down while others prefer listening to the song and learn little by little. After we figure the approach I like to set up a goal that we will try and reach. An example of this would be if you want to record a song you wrote. Then we set up a timeframe in order to try and teach you the instrument well enough to be able to write your own song. Step 2 would then be to record it and so on. My approach is adaptable and is very much dependent on the student.
I have been writing music since I was a kid. I graduated from the aesthetic programme during my high school years and since been on stage on multiple occasions. Performing with my metal band, singing during weddings, playing classical piano pieces etc. I'm a singer-songwriter at heart. I know how to play the piano, play the guitar and I do enjoy singing as well. I also know how to record songs if needed.
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