Community

Most people learn best when they can engage with others to give and receive feedback, so I encourage you to do exactly that! Read on to learn about the course features that can facilitate this.

Discussion

Each lesson has a discussion section where you can share your thoughts about the concepts discussed, ask questions, and share the music you are creating (links to scores on musescore.com, YouTube videos, etc).

I invite you to get started right now by introducing yourself in the discussion below! Who are you, what is your musical background, what are your goals?

Community

The discussion area for each lesson actually lives on a separate community site, and that's where the real action is! If you click the little blue icon at the bottom right of any lesson page, the community site will pop up and you can access all the discussions there. You can also visit the community site by clicking the word "Community" right below the logo at the top left of this page - or clicking the word Community right here.

On the community site, you will find discussions not only for this course, but for other courses, and more general ones as well. It's completely free and your account here on the school site works on the community site as well. So if you're not already logged in there, just click the "Log in" link at top right once you get there.

Music Master Class

Join us Thursdays at 12:30 Eastern time (that's 17:30 GMT in the winter months, 16:30 during daylight savings time in the US) for the Music Master Class, where we check out and discuss work submitted by students. To learn more visit the Watch space on the community site and then check out the Share & Discuss to share your music and to give and receive feedback!

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