Hi all. Want to say first that this is not an ad so please understand that. I'm interested in how people feel about online electronic music private tuition – is it something you would be willing to pay, or do you feel that watching free tutorials on Youtube etc is enough? What do you think would be a relevant price per hour? Is there a market for this, or is self-education enough? I'm genuinely interested in this, being both a qualified teacher and a long-time electronic music producer (made music since 1992) trying to gauge the consensus on online tuition. Currently I'm also encouraged by the fact that I'm one of the five people that are invited to an official Ableton Certification event in Berlin in early July. Kind of stoked, as I'm the first-ever Finn to make it this far (still have to take the two-day exam), and afaik, in the whole of Scandinavia there are only two certified trainers so far. I've been thinking of kicking off a private electronic music tuition around late summer / early fall. I'd teach Ableton Live inside out as well as all production-related topics requested. Mixing and mastering and running my company is my day job, so what also could be done is I open your song (prefererably as stems) and go thru it in terms of mixing and tell you what could be improved – is that something you'd feel is worth paying for? The only thing I would not be offering is a long-term "mentoring" thing; it requires a lot of commitment and time, and running all the things I already run, I probably couldn't take on long-term student mentoring – more like one-offs or a few "classes". In terms of software used, I think TeamViewer or such might be the perfect option for it (I've only ruled Skype out so far; not good as you'll hear your own voice with a delay and it's a total mindf**k). I'd love to hear what you think is best for that. Anyways, I'd be super interested in how people feel about this sort of thing in general. Please let me know how you feel; there are no right or wrong opinions, so just say what you think.