TALKING TECH By Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY LOS ANGELES Colbie Caillat’s 2007 hit Bubbly is so popular online that about 800,000 people have watched YouTube videos of musicians teaching how to play the song on guitar. Only one problem: Most got it wrong. “They do a nice job,” says the singer/songwriter, but “most don’t realize it’s violin studies in open D tuning and has totally different chords.” Now Caillat gets to show how it’s really done. She is one of nine artists offering video music lessons at $4.99 a pop via Apple’s GarageBand, the music-editing software bundled into its iLife suite of programs. Among others, John Fogerty teaches Proud Mary and Norah Jones shows you how to perform Thinking About You.
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Music lessons in Toronto
They also have a band performance program, group theory training, song writing courses, and a state of the art recording studio. Students of all levels can get their start or continue their education here. Cosmo Cosmo is a “musical instrument superstore,” but it’s also one of the best schools you can find in Richmond Hill. Their School of Music offers private and group lessons.
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