Yes, learning music alone is possible.
Fortunately, by the way. Many musicians have always been self-taught. You will find many examples around you, among the famous artists and among the teachers and students of imusic-school. Fortunately, by the way. Many musicians have always been self-taught. You will find many examples around you, among the famous artists and among the teachers and students of imusic-school.
Even taking advantage of physical classes, your practice and progression are essentially individual. Just compare the weekly practice hours to the half-hour or class time you enjoy every other week in the year … What matters is your motivation to play regularly, and therefore your fun to play and progress to the instrument. So the most important thing is to find a motivation, be it a teacher, a band, some songs you want to learn how to play … </ p>
Physical lessons are better?
Of course! The teacher is at your disposal, analyze your mistakes, it is source of rhythm and motivation in your progress. But you have to find the best teacher and structure for your project: play for fun, become professional, play classical, jazz, pop or rock?
We created imusic-school for those who do not have the financial means to take classes, the physical ways to do it, those who prefer to play, progress , express their musicality in intimacy. For those who do not find the teacher or the structure that suits them…
To compensate for the absence of a physical teacher, imusic-school offers a discussion forum with other students and the teaching team. You can also send questions and videos, we will assist you.
Combine online and physical classes, the future of music education!
Studies and testimonials are multiplying: the best is to combine physical classes and online courses. A large part of our students also attend physical classes.
Students will find a way to understand during the week what they did not understand during their physical class. The ability to consult several approaches, can unlock your understanding and mastery! Students will also find a way to have fun, playing or studying styles, different pieces from those learned in class.
More and more teachers and schools are evolving and turning to this complementarity. To make the physical course a moment of exchange and interactivity, more and more teachers ask their students to consult our supports upstream. In order to integrate their structure, professional schools like the International Music Academy advise us to follow our path before the audition. A school like INM offers its students to learn singing on our platform.