Discover how learning the songs you love can be fast, fun and fulfilling

That’s the mission at play inside Songmaster StudiosSM.

Songmaster is home to iVideosongs® music lessons plus an innovative blend of short to intensive tutorials designed for musicians of every skill level. From beginner to advanced, you can learn and master real songs. Learn, play, master and perform music that matters to you…

Rock, Pop and Classic Rock – Beatles, Billy Joel, Elvis Presley, RUSH, Roy Orbison, Steely Dan, 38 Special and more
Alternative Rock – B-52s, Coldplay, Counting Crows, Matchbox Twenty, R.E.M., Switchfoot, Train and more
Country and Southern Fried Rock – Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Lynyrd Synyrd and more
Classical – Classical guitarist Sharon Isbin and other instructors teach Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Prelude 1st Cello Suite and more
Jazz and Blues – Jazz and Blues concepts and walk-throughs in the styles of B.B. King and others
Bluegrass – How ’bout learning Return from Dismal Swamp from John McCuen himself?
More than 300,000 lessons learned by our customers speak to the their proven appeal and effectiveness. When surveyed, our customers rank Songmaster ahead of personal instruction, college courses, published sheet music, and free online videos or guitar tabs.

Better yet, read what musicians just like you have to say about learning guitar, piano, bass, banjo and drums at Songmaster.com.

What makes Songmaster more effective and entertaining

Foremost, our instructors are top-flight musicians. You’ll see how each song was actually performed when it was recorded. Many sessions include the songwriters, artists or producers themselves. Learn firsthand from Alex Lifeson of RUSH, John Oates of Hall & Oates, Switchfoot’s Jon Forman, or the Grammy-winning producer behind Beatles LOVE, Giles Martin.

This is about you

Enough about us. Let’s get you underway. You can do it. And you can do it your way.
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