I always say that I am going to spend more time writing blogs, making videos, or creating resources, but these things take time and sometimes equipment to create quality products. While I love sharing things with others who might benefit, spending three or more hours (like I did tonight) to create things for free becomes tedious, especially when there are other things I probably should be doing like practicing, or working on my short story.
If you like what I have created and want to support the creation of new content, please become a patron at my Patreon page. Please bear in mind that a research blog might take several hours. (I was looking things up for myself, but the formatting for a blog takes a while. About 3 hours for the most recent one on method books.) I am brand new to the Patreon platform, so I apologize for the n00b like qualities of the page and my usage of it.
I have just started a brand new YouTube channel, and my Patreon is linked to my Music Adventures channel, but I have yet to transfer my older videos to the new account. You can still see them on my other channel by clicking here.
I also have a page of resources for sale on my TeachersPayTeachers page.
I recently purchased Finale Music notation software at a great price ($150 through their April Fool’s sale) and hope to publish some simple piano pieces for beginning students, and some other exercises and solos for clarinetists.
Found my blog and other videos useful but don’t want to become a patron? A donation through PayPal would be appreciated! I hope to get a camera and condenser mic for better videos and recording quality in the future (this is one of my goals on Patreon). 🙂
Thank you for your viewership and any support you have given, be that financial or otherwise! You are appreciated.