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Popular Music Recording Teachers Near Denver

Stephenie F.

Denver, CO
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Scott M.

Denver, CO
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Alexander G.

Idaho Springs, CO
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Stephenie F. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Dance, Music Performance, Music Recording, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice

About Me

I've been singing and dancing since I was 3 years old. I won my first songwriting competition in kindergarten. I played clarinet and piano in elementary school and junior high, and also sang in the chorus, In high school I had to choose between band and choir, so I chose choir. I sang solos in all the talent shows and was section leader for my high school advanced choir, and as a senior I was choir president. I was also accepted into G.A.T.E. (Gifted and Talented Education) choir, which was district wide.

I started my college career at Chapman University in Orange, California as a music major, and trained as an opera singer with Lynn Cole-Adcock, a professional opera singer of many years before teaching at Chapman. After a year of hard work mastering vocal technique and music theory I switched to theatre when I caught the Broadway bug. My first production was Hair!, directed by L.A. acting coach and professor Michael Nehring . Soon I had moved on to Shakespeare, in the summers I worked with Shakespeare Orange County, founded and directed by award winning producer Tom Bradac. By my senior year I was directing plays by Megan Terry and Clifford Odets, that year I won Best Director from my theatre department.

A minor in dance was required for theatre majors, I was lucky enough to take classes from Cyrus Parker-Jeanette and several other renowned professional dancers and choreographers. I earned my Theatre and Dance degree from Chapman University in 1998, and moved to New York City where I spent 10 years pursuing a performing arts career, both in theatre and as a singer/songwriter. I found minor professional success as a recording artist and studio musician, and performed in numerous off-off Broadway theatre productions while teaching theatre and dance to children at the Bronx Community Center and also private voice lessons in the recording studio I worked in.
I also did an internship at the famous jazz studio, Nola Recording on 57th Street in Manhattan where I worked with Grammy winning engineer Bill Moss. My off-off Broadway performances were for two grass roots yet successful theatre companies, Stone Soup and Beggars Group.

I just spent a year teaching music to my daughter's preschool class. I have also had 3 of my voice students audition for X Factor and The Voice. I love to pass on what I know and what I've learned to the next generation of artists and performers. My motto is: you only live once, make it count, and go for it!

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching style is fun and energetic, lots of positive reinforcement but also high expectations to do your best and be disciplined, especially when it comes to practicing at home. The only way to really learn is to do it! After 3 to 6 months with me, you should be able to perform a song, monologue or dance routine in front of an audience or for an audition, with complete confidence and skills that will blow them away!

*** Studio Equipment ***
Lessons supported with a full weighted keyboard.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Voice, dance and acting all just require a good space without distraction.

*** Specialties ***
I can teach method acting, presentation acting as in Shakespeare, Broadway musical belting, opera vocal skills, hip hop dance, jazz dance, beginning ballet dance, folk singing, songwriting skills as in rhyme scheme and phrasing and theme, recording studio basics and proper microphone technique, and public speaking for professionals giving presentations to large audiences.

Scott M. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Songwriting, Ukulele

About Me

We learn by teaching. That is why I love to teach, because I love to learn. I have made many great connections while teaching music to people and one of the ways to do that is to work together on a common goal. I started teaching music because during my own studies I have discovered many quick learning strategies that make playing music fun. I teach from my home studio as well as via skype. Many of my strategies I've discovered on my own. Now I want to share these ideas with you.

Scott is a multi-instrumentalist loop master whose music spans a wide range of sounds and genres. With an education in music performance and a reputation for having a good time this laid back musician is no amateur to the music scene. Scott has performed hundreds of shows and numerous festival appearances, including 10,000 Lakes Festival, Wakarusa, Harvest Fest, Solstice Shakedown, Dogstock, Bela Luna, Camp Euforia, etc. Great stage presence and crowd interaction are a couple of things this guitarist is known for.

*** Lesson Details ***
We begin each lesson by tuning our instruments. For beginners we will learn the anatomy of our instrument. Next we will start will a 5-10 minute warm up. Following that we will take 10-15 minutes to review our previous lesson material to indicate whether or not the material has been learned. If so, we will build from the previous lesson in order to maintain progress. The remaining 10 minutes of each lesson we will summarize what we covered in the lesson and assign homework for the week.
Lessons with me are always productive and fun. I am a laid back passionate musician who can give you the tools to be a confident, competent player. Together we will learn your favorite songs and the theory behind them. All music involves theory so don't be afraid of it. Instead grab it by the horns and take charge or your musical experience. Beginners will learn chords, scales, modes, instrument anatomy, history, and western musical theory (the language of music). Intermediate to advanced players will learn: alternate chords inversions and voicing, advanced ear training, altered scales and chords, chart reading, etc.

Improvisation and song writing are important practices for all musicians who hope to truly express themselves musically. In my 15 years of study and performance I have learned many quick tricks to becoming a great player. Let me show you.

*** Studio Equipment ***
2 studios, 1 smaller one with drums and keyboard (band scenario), 2nd room is 2nd living room in a finished basement with fireplace, couch, chairs, literature, guitar, ukulele, and keyboard.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide worksheets and writing materials. Students should provide their instruments.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in teaching theory to beginners and intermediate guitar players. I can teach in the style of pop, rock, blues, bluegrass, and acoustic folk. Lessons take place in my home studio or online via webcam.

Alexander G. Idaho Springs, CO

Subjects Taught

Ableton, Acoustic Guitar, Arrangement and Composition, Audio Engineering, Bass Guitar, DJing, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Songwriting, Synthesizer

About Me

*** Specialties ***

In addition to playing guitar and composing for 25 years I have run a successful Audio Engineering company for 10+ years!! Extensive background in Music Theory and Audio/Engineering production. Keyboard and Guitar/Bass Skills. I am successful music professional who occasionally takes on a few students. I may not offer courses every year because as i sometimes do tours or have extensive music production contracts that take up my time. I will have time available to take on a small number of students in 2014, so get it while you can!! I guarantee I will be be influential in your music career development I've seen and done a lot and continue to do more!

The reason my fees are so high is because you would have to attend Full Sail or Berklee college of Music to get the sort of audio production training i can teach and even there it would not be the personalized private tutoring from a seasoned professional at my level.

TJ W.

Denver, CO
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Michael L.

Golden, CO
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Joshua B.

Denver, CO
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TJ W. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Bass Guitar, Classical Guitar, Climbing, Fishing, Gardening, Guitar, Interior Design, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Piano, Poker, Scuba Diving, Singing, Snowboarding, Soccer, Songwriting

About Me

Born in Rapid City, South Dakota, I started taking piano lessons at the age of 6. Since that time, my love for music has grown with each passing day.

I graduated from The Entertainment Career Connection in 2010 with a certification in Audio Engineering and Production. There I studied audio mixing, recording, production and mastering. I currently study music education at Denver Metropolitan University.

I am very active in the community volunteering my time as the Event Coordinator and Board of Directors for a non-profit organization called The Denver Creative Movement. In addition, I keep myself busy musically playing in my bands, Sleeping Giants, L.A.M.A. LIVE (Little Ambition Makes A lot), and The Free Electric Band.

I continue to follow my life-long passion for music by educating others. I believe that music lessons should be a fun and rewarding experience, and place a high value on learning how to use music in everyday life.

*** Lesson Details ***
Students taking lessons from me can expect one thing for certain, patience. My philosophy is simple, music is FUN! With a laid back relaxed approach to teaching, I make my students feel comfortable and adapt to each student differently. Not every person learns the same way. I understand this, and apply my methods to each individual student so that they best understand in the way that they learn. I teach Guitar, Bass guitar, Songwriting, and Music performance from beginner to advanced. Piano, and Singing lessons are offered at the beginner level only. I also teach ONLINE LESSONS for guitar, bass guitar, songwriting, and music performance.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Piano, guitars, bass guitars, and amplifiers. Video screen for lesson display. Audio equipment.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Travel equipment includes guitars, bass guitars, and amplifiers for both. All lesson materials, including books and script paper.

*** Specialties ***
I teach at all age levels and abilities. My specialty is making your lessons fun! I cater to each individual student, and we design your curriculum around your abilities and goals with your instrument.

Michael L. Golden, CO

Subjects Taught

Accompaniment, Acoustic Guitar, Arrangement and Composition, Audio Engineering, Bagpipes, Classical Guitar, Ear Training, Guitar, Kazoo, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Songwriting

About Me

Michael L. is a very versatile and highly sought after musician and teacher.

Michael performs at 275 functions a year, teaches 30 private bagpipe and guitar students a week, is an instructor of music at the University of Colorado at Denver, and runs his own recording studio where he composes and records music for film, video and commercials.

*** Lesson Details ***
Quick, fun approach to getting students at any level playing better/easier.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have all the toys!

*** Travel Equipment ***
I provide all of the music and handouts.

*** Specialties ***
All levels all styles. From beginner to professional.

Joshua B. Denver, CO

Subjects Taught

Bass Guitar, Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Piano, Songwriting

About Me

I want to share my passion and knowledge for music with you!

I've been involved with music for as long as I can remember, and was classically trained in guitar, piano, and trombone.

I've taught private lessons since 2003, and have worked in performance ensembles, recording studios, bands, and other assorted musical areas throughout that time.

My teaching experience comes from summer camps, private in-home lessons, workshops, and online curriculum.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons are tailored to each student's individual goals, and can be as interdisciplinary as they may like. I am always open to suggestions from both parents and students, so let me know what I can do to make your lessons the best they can be.

A typical lesson might look something like the following:

- "Tuning" (guitar)
- "Hand stretches"
- "History and culture", info on influential composers & musicians.
- “Review”, on previously learned material.
- “Scales”, review, learning, and performance.
- “Current chart selection”, with continued work until mastery.
- “Homework”

*** Studio Equipment ***
-Mac mini w/ Logic Pro 9 recording studio, and Garageband.
-Mandolin
-Djembe
-Guitar amp, (1x12", Hughes and Kettner)
-Assorted audio cables and connections
-Assorted percussion instruments

*** Travel Equipment ***
-Epiphone acoustic guitar
-National electric guitar
-MIDI capable electronic keyboard
-Microphones, tuners, shakers, tambourines, hand drums, and other fun things to experiment with!

*** Specialties ***
Player and historian in the areas of American jazz, blues, soul, r&b, and funk.

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