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Summary

Today I’m joined again by Steve Hughes. Last week, in Episode 033, Steve shared the story of how he transitioned his studio from in-person lessons to a completely virtual studio. Today he’s back to talk about the nuts and bolts of teaching online.

Steve describes the technology requirements for a “basic” online studio, an “enhanced” studio, and an “optimal” studio, depending on the level of investment that makes sense for your business.

Steve also addresses the “limitations” some teachers feel when they initially try online lessons and he talks about how we can lean into the unique strengths of online lessons and take advantage of unique teaching strategies only possible through online teaching.

To hear about Steve’s studio, check out musicstudiostartup.com/episode033

For a full transcript of this episode, visit musicstudiostartup.com/episode034

To register for the Vision & Values course, visit musicstudiostartup.com/vision

Resources

Facebook Group: Virtual Music Room

Resource Guide: Google Doc from Virtual Music Room Tonara

Course: Vision & Values: A Studio Owner’s Guide to Finding Focus in a World Full of Options

Apps: Zoom (all platforms)

Fons

Tonara

ForScore (iOS)

Classroom Maestro

Connect with Steve

Website: www.onlinepianostudios.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/onlinepianostudios

Facebook Group: Virtual Music Room

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/VirtualPianoStudio/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/OnlinePianoVPS

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