- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2010
My name is Rand and I am from Houston originally. A born and raised Texan with a lot of family in the music scene in Austin. I hold a Bachelor's of Science degree in Sound Recording Technology from Texas State University's School of Music in San Marcos, Texas. Years ago I was in such mentorship programs as HOSTS and Best Buddies. These days, I do freelance Audio Engineering and have always done teaching as a side job, starting with teaching my younger cousins. Hope to hear from you soon, I find teaching to be a fun and rewarding experience and do my best to make clients feel the same!!
I'm not like other teachers you've had. My passion is evident, my methods are fresh out of what University Music Schools are teaching today, and the results speak for themselves....
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You will find out for yourself. I'm quite laid back, easy going, and intelligent.
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When I was first learning guitar, I couldn't get past the pain in my fingers. Rand helped me push through the pain, and gave me exercises so that I could develop finger callouses with minimal discomfort. He inspired me to sing and play guitar at the same time, taught me how to read guitar tabs, and where to go to find quality tabs. I've been playing for over 10 years now, never stopped once he got me started.+ Read More