• I Don't Have the Equipment. What Should I Do? •
Virtual video-chat lessons are not possible if the student doesn't have a stable internet connection and a device with a camera. For those students, correspondence lessons are a great alternative until Artist Music can start conducting live lessons again.
Before the internet, correspondence lessons took place with cassette recordings and US mail. Today, it's best to upload recordings to a site like YouTube, or to text or email recordings to your teacher. Even if internet in your home is not stable enough for video chat, it should work for you to record your assignment and send it to your teacher for comments.
For students without a video camera on their device, much can be done with an audio recording. Most computers have an internal microphone or microphone jack for an external microphone. Students who can record their assignment for their teacher can receive feedback and further directions.
No video and no internet at all? Then you can still have a lesson if you have a telephone! Playing your assignment over the phone for your instructor can still gain you insight and next steps.
Complete the Form Below if You'd Like to Set Up Correspondence Lessons