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Learning a new instrument can be demanding and expensive, and it can churn up all kinds of childhood trauma from when your fifth-grade band teacher made someone else first chair clarinet, even though you practiced really hard for like two hours. Anyway, it's never too late to try again in an environment with much less stress. Yes, of course we're talking about the internet. These online courses have all been created to help you learn music for one flat fee. Let's take a looksy.
Music production can be an overwhelming task. Just think about all the songs there are already. Now imagine that you have to make something different. However, it becomes much less overwhelming with The Complete Music Production Bundle. This nine-course, 60-hour bundle covers everything from learning the piano to music theory to voice lessons to actually producing music with Ableton Live 10. It's available for just $25 today.
We're so glad you said that, because Pianoforall is revolutionizing the way people learn the piano. No, you won't have a crotchety old lady who slaps your fingers with a ruler. Pianoforall is entirely digital, letting you learn at your own pace and tracking your progress without anybody tattling to your parents that you haven't been practicing. It's on sale for an absurd $14.99 price, which is half off the previous sale price, which was 80% off the list price.
Yeah yeah, everybody wants to learn guitar. It's soooooooo sexy. Trombone is sexy, too! What? No? Not really? OK, well, this nine-course bundle covers a wide variety of music styles, like bluegrass, jazz, and blues, which will turn you into a much more interesting (and groovy) person. You can get all nine courses for $29 today.
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