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Music Lessons in New York

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Published May 17th 2011
You can hear music almost everywhere you go in NYC whether it's on the street, in the subway or in one of the many music venues. It's not uncommon to wish you can play like some of them, and certain skilled teachers across NYC can help you do just that. Many music teachers claim they can teach you everything you need to know, unfortunately that's not always the case. Choosing a respectable teacher and business, as well as one that provides you with the type of instruction you need, can help you play as well as some of the musicians you've always wanted to play like.

Castellano's House of Music

They offer lessons in a variety of instruments and will personally match you with an instructor. According to their website, many of their instructors have played with famous artists and bands including Regina Spektor and Guns n Roses. They also offer a songwriting workshop and even a Rock Band class. In addition to music lessons, Castellano's House of Music also does instrument rentals and repairs. They will also help you get ready for your
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college auditions if you are planning on going to college for Music.

Dubspot

NYC is one of the biggest party spots in the world, which undoubtedly inspires people to want skills like their favorite DJ's. Dubspot offers courses and programs on Mixing & Mastering, learning how to become a DJ / Producer, Sound Design and even more. The courses typically last from two weeks to two months and the programs typically last from a little over a month to one year – the amount of time depends on the course or program chosen. There are also private lessons and workshops available. Payment plans are available if necessary.

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Why? If you're going to learn to play an instrument, you may as well learn from teachers that actually know what they're doing.
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