I am not a professional with a lifetime of experience, but I have been passionate about music for over ten years. In those ten years, I learned piano, theory, history, composition, audio production, and developed my skills as a bass player more than any other instrument. I do my best to teach students with a variety of methods, while showing off methods that are new to me as well. I do not wish to be better than students, but for them to at least match me, if not surpass my abilities. I look ... [more]
I took a class a couple years ago, my first year in college, that was about listening and analysis. I still have the book for that class that includes a CD to help listen for differences in frequency for a wide variety of things. I also have been running sound systems for a couple different churches the past few years and am trying to get more familiar with putting the skills I learned into practice.
In my senior year of High School I took a class on Music Production at a technical school where we learned to write songs and record them. Prior to this I took a music theory class where we had experience writing compositions and recording them on whatever DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) we chose and playing them for the class. In college I studied Audio Production for a year in which I studied studio recording, DAWs, Post Production, and how to listen.