I started selling audio lessons in 2008. Since then, I´ve made tens of thousands of dollars online. I´m going to show you how you can get started with a very small investment that can yield massive amounts of money on the Internet. Most of the tools I use to create and sell my audio lessons are totally free, including what it takes to sell Audible books. Yes, I teach you about making money with Audible books. The lesson includes all of the steps required to hire a narrator on Audible and publish your audiobook. It´s going to take some work, but it will be worth the effort. Every passive income stream that you create on the Internet is worth it. I´ve never done anything that is as foolproof as making money on the Internet. You will always get a return on your investment of time. I´m going to show you how you can get started with a very small investment that can yield massive amounts of money on the Internet. The key to real success online is found in offering solutions to problems. That´s where I want you to focus your attention. In the time we live in, everyone is on the fast track. If people can find the information they want to learn about in audio form, they will buy it. Why? It´s much easier to listen to a CD in the car or on an electronic device than sitting down and reading a book. I don´t know about you, but I don´t usually read a book 10 times. I will, however, listen to an audio recording repeatedly while traveling by car or while walking. In this book, you will learn how to make money through selling your audio CDs without needing to keep an inventory. Get this book today, and learn how to create and sell audio recordings and Audible books. 1. Language: English. Narrator: J. Scott Bennett. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/056312/bk_acx0_056312_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Expand your guitar knowledge with the Guitar Lesson Goldmine series! Featuring 100 individual modules covering a giant array of topics, each lesson in this Jazz volume includes detailed instruction with playing examples presented in standard notation and tablature. You´ll also get extremely useful tips, scale diagrams, chord grids, photos and more to reinforce your learning experience, plus access to online recordings featuring performance demos of all the examples in the book! A huge variety of jazz guitar styles and techniques are covered, including: modes, arpeggios, basic comping, blues comping, turnaround improvisation, chord tones, tritone substitution, scale sequences, pentatonics, sus chords, polyphonic harmony, and much more! The audio files are accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be downloaded or streamed. They include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.
DescriptionThis private lesson with MI instructor Dallan Beck will teach you how to get a professional sound when recording drums in the studio and on stage.Topics covered include: microphones, sound processors, drum components, room and accent mics, different drumming styles, drum grooves and more.
Take your playing from ordinary to extraordinary in this all-encompassing book/audio package for guitarists. You´ll receive valuable tips on performing, recording, the music business, instruments and equipment (including electronics), riffs, fills, soloing techniques, care and maintenance, and more. Styles such as rock, jazz, blues, R&B, country and funk are represented through authentic demonstrations for each genre. The accompanying audio includes many of the examples in the book (56 tracks with over 125 audio examples), performaed both in solo guitar format and in a full band setting to hear how important concepts fit in with other instruments and ensembles.
(1995/Brill Tone) Original Brill Building recordings - 57 tracks (31 unreleased) with 12 page booklet. - Gerry Goffin and Carole King are always and rightfully described as the most popular and prolific songwriters of their era, the early Sixties. It was a golden age for minority sounds: the music of soulful, urban or black vocal groups, the best of whom Were perhaps the Shirelles and the Drifters, given material by writers and producers who were young, gifted and Jewish. Gerry Goffin was born in Queens, New York, on 11 February 1930. Although he started writing lyrics over his own one-dimensional melodies when he was eight, he became a qualified chemist before making a career of songwriting many years later. Carole King, née Klein, was born in Brooklyn on 9 February 1941. She started piano lessons at four, tutored by her school-teacher mother. Outgoing and determined, she had formed her own group, the CoSines, by the age of 14 and danced in the aisles at the Alan Freed rock´n´roll shows. By her mid-teens King was signed to ABC-Paramount Records. She then teamed up with Paul Simon to make demo records of other writers´ songs for Frankie Avalon, the Passions and the Fleetwoods. It was not a stunning beginning. At Queens College, however, the quiet lyricist who wrote terrible music crossed paths with the chirpy composer who wrote bad lyrics. Their musical collaboration grew into something more, and they married in 1958. It was Neil Sedaka who opened the door for Goffin and King to join Don Kirshner´s songwriting team at Aldon Music. By the end of 1960 they had written numerous songs but had met with little success. The news that producers Leiber and Stoller were looking for a follow-up single to the Drifters´ ´´Save The Last Dance For Me´´ changed all that. Goffin and King took demo singer Tony Orlando into the studio and cut four songs, including ´´Some Kind Of Wonderful´´ (which the Drifters actually used) and Will You Love Me Tomorrow´´. Arranged by Carole King and sung by the Shirelles, ´´Will You Love Me Tomorrow´´ gave the team their first and biggest hit song. It became a US Number 1 in early 1961 and reached Number 3 in the UK.
In 1948, the modern mystic Neville Goddard presented a groundbreaking series of lessons, which many consider to be his clearest, most penetrating explanation of his methods regarding mental creativity. This audiobook recording of the five-part course he gave to Los Angeles students recreates that master class, preserving his words exactly as those original students heard them. It includes the following lessons: Consciousness Is the Only Reality Assumptions Harden into Fact Thinking Fourth-Dimensionally No One to Change but Self Remain Faithful to Your Idea These five lessons, plus a question-and-answer section, are the plainest and most direct description of the master´s techniques. Profound and inspiring, these teachings are likely to improve your perception of both yourself and the world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Chancer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/drms/003088/bk_drms_003088_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : All StylesSeries : First LessonsNumber of pages : 32 First Lessons Harmonica is an exciting set-by-step instruction course for the ten-hole diatonic harmonica. Subjects covered are: reading music notation; rhythm training; train patterns; folk tunes; blues; bending; vibrato; tongue blocking single notes and octaves; and instruction on all three common harmonica positions (1st, 2nd and 3rd). Book is accompanied by CD recording of all examples played by author David Barrett along with background music.
Media Type : Book/CD SetLevel : BeginningMusical Genre : BluesSeries : First LessonsNumber of pages : 40Written for the beginning guitarist who loves the blues, this text will guide any student through the basis of playing guitar by using blues melodies and blues chord progressions. Students will learn open chords, common strumming patterns, power chords, blues scales, and how to read standard notation, and tab. An effective method for writing original blues lyrics is also provided. This text has lessons on correct posture, caring for the guitar, proper right and left-hand technique, and tuning the guitar to its self, a pitch pipe or a piano. The accompanying CD provides students a professional recording of tunes and exercises that should be used as a practice tool. - Written for the beginning guitarist who loves the - blues. - Will guide any student through the basis of playing - guitar by using blues melodies and blues chord - progressions. - Learn open chords, common strumming patterns, - power chords, blues scales, and how to read - standard notation, and tab. - Lessons on correct posture, caring for the guitar, - proper right and left-hand technique, and tuning the - guitar to its self, a pitch pipe or a piano. - Accompanying CD provides students a - professional recording of tunes and exercises that - should be used as a practice tool.