I am building the best site ever to learn guitar but I really don’t want anyone to look until I have my content built. I know how you are! You
Thank you if you have visited, or registered for this site. I have a series of projects, and this one is coming up next!! It is inactive at this moment, waiting for that necessary block of time to design and produce the lessons. When completed, you will have access to tutorials of high quality.
Looking forward to the future of Rock On Academy!
Join the Director of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center Dr. Bruce Miller, Neurology Research Scientist at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease Dr. Keith Vossel, Cognitive Neuroscience Affiliate and San Francisco Conservatory of Music Professor Indre Viskontas, and Hellman Visiting Artist and fiddler Heidi Clare for an experiential exploration of the mind, music and creativity – and how they change.
Here’s my latest video Enjoy!
Recently,as an aging musician, I became quite interested in my brain. That led to the purchase and devouring of every book I could find on the relatively new discoveries of the brain’s plasticity and how we’re not necessarily doomed for our minds to stop functioning at any date certain.
I recently discovered a book released this past year, by Gary Marcus, a neuroscientist, who chronicles his attempts and struggles to learn guitar at middle age, but adds the science behind it. Based upon an article on brainpickings.org, I am ordering this today. Stay tuned for a full review, of Guitar Zero!
My next video lesson will discuss the myths and realities of learning guitar. While doing some research on playing guitar, I came across this inspiring video.