ArtistWorks (www.artistworks.com) will be unveiling its fourteenth online music school at the 2012 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California,19-22 January. The leaders in online music education will announce new online schools for Dobro and Latin Percussion to join their twelve existing schools and two academies that already use the innovative Video Exchange™ learning method.

ArtistWorks, which this week was featured in the LA Times, will be taking center stage at NAMM’s App & Gaming Pavilion (E15 – Hall E), an area that focuses on high-growth music tech companies.

NAMM attendees and media visiting the ArtistWorks stand will be able to tour the online music schools and academies including:
Billy Cobham School of Drums – Fusion and Jazz Drum Lessons
Thomas Lang School of Drums – Rock Drum Lessons
Tony Trischka School of Banjo – Banjo Lessons
Martin Taylor Guitar Academy – Fingerstyle Guitar Lessons
Andreas Oberg Guitar Universe – Jazz & Gypsy Guitar Lessons
Peery Piano – Piano Lessons
Howard Levy Harmonica School – Harmonica Lessons
School of Mandolin with Mike Marshall – Mandolin Lessons
School of Fiddle with Darol Anger – Fiddle Lessons
School of Bass with Missy Raines – Bass Lessons
School of Guitar with Bryan Sutton – Flatpicking Guitar Lessons
Qbert Skratch University – DJ Lessons
Luis Conte School of Percussion – Latin Percussion Lessons
School of Dobro with Andy Hall – Dobro Lessons
ArtistWorks Drum Academy – Drum Lessons
ArtistWorks Academy of Bluegrass – Bluegrass Lessons

Unlike other video-based sites, DVD’s or instruction books, ArtistWorks offers much more than one-sided learning. Students of any level can send videos of them practicing and receive personalized video responses from their teacher with feedback and individualized instruction. These videos are then posted for the entire school to view and learn from as Video Exchanges™. No particular skill level or experience is required to learn on these sites, the video lessons cover everything a player needs to learn.


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