Today, I’m excited to release Guitarise.com, a brand new classical guitar learning platform.
The website will feature classical guitar, audio recording as well as video shooting tutorials. As you know, I love playing classical guitar, but I also enjoy teaching and recording music as well as producing videos, so this is one of the projects I’m particularly excited about.
Besides, I’m releasing my first Q&A episode with Michael from Germany later today, who asked me for help with technical difficulties he had when learning a piece by Fernando Sor. If you’d like a video response like this, send me a link and I’ll see if I can help you out.
Besides, I’m releasing a video tutorial on acciaccature or “crush notes” next week as well as a comparison video between nylon and carbon strings.
If you have any questions about the project, I’d be happy to answer you, also don’t hesitate to email me if you have any other ideas.
I can’t wait for this project to begin, and with your help we can grow it into something really useful for many guitar students across the globe. In the future, I’d be very happy to host other guitarists to share their secrets as well.
So, if you’d like to take your guitar playing to the next level or learn how to record yourself, visit the new website guitarise.com and enter your email so I can send you updates when new tutorials are ready.
I wish you all a great weekend and see you soon!
Just a quick note to say how grateful I am for your dedication to the guitar and your skills in audio/video production. I have learned a great deal from your main website and now I am excited to continue to learn from the lessons and material you will share on Guitarise. Please know that you have a very appreciative fan in Northern Virginia. USA
Hi…nice website! I am most interested in your audio and video recording advice.
I will look forward to more from you.
Thanks, sound great, Charles!
It’s been a while since I visited your website last time. I’m not a professional musician but I’ve been playing classical guitar over 20 years and love to develop my skills here. Also I’m doing audio/video recording, so this website is perfect for me. Looking forward to learning a lot.
As always I love your all the production and great performance too.
Your fan from Chicago
Hi Mike, thank you so much for your nice comment! Looking forward to chatting to you in the near future, best wishes