At RMS we provide a multitude of teaching services to private individuals and schools, including:
- Instrumental Tuition
- Vocal Lessons
- Songwriting/Recording Workshops
- Cubase/Protools Workshops
- Improvisation Workshops
Instrumental / Vocal Tuition
We have a vocal teacher in Ruby Macintosh who is trained in coaching and specialises in diction and various singing styles.
We also have Ryan, a fully qualified secondary music teacher who teaches harmonica, acoustic guitar, electric guitar and bass guitar lessons privately from January 2015.
We have a venue but if you prefer we can do home visits. Lessons are 30 minutes long as standard. All lessons are planned in accordance to the current music curriculum. We also ensure that music theory is included in our teaching as standard. Get in touch if you or your son or daughter need instrumental lessons. If we can’t help you personally we can find the right person for you through our numerous contacts. It’s all about networking!
We run several workshops throughout the month, specialising in song-writing and recording. Ryan and Ruby team up now and again to run a double session, where attendees are taught how to write their own song and also get a crash course in how to record themselves and a CD is made at the end of the session and sent by post to the attendees. It’s a great fun workshop that enables newbies and pro’s alike to gain some well needed insight into getting your music out of you and onto your stereo.
Ryan also runs a mobile service in schools where he teaches extra-curricular Cubase/Protools workshops. If you are a music department looking to maximise your students chances of higher composition grades, then this is an ideal opportunity. We offer a flexible and affordable hourly session that runs for 4 weeks, which will result in your staff and students alike being more fluent with Cubase (or your main sequencing software package). This is not just for students, it is a chance for your staff to pick up a few tips and tricks too!! Please if you are interested in organising a session.
Ryan also runs an improvisation workshops aimed at college level students but free for all to attend, where attendees will learn on various instruments how to develop their improvisation. This runs in the form of a scratch band who get together at a venue and the attendees take it in turns to take solos, after discussions about direction and method take place. This is a fun, hands on workshop which gets great feedback. If you are interested in taking part, then let us know!