You need a decent camera and mike, and the will to work.
Following lessons I send you an audio MP3 of the lesson and PDF practice sheets.
Here is a dialogue with a prospective student that will give you the info:
On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 8:35 PM, george rawlin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yes you need to do the 45 minute session first. This let's us take some
time and discuss your situation, and what I can actually do for you. I
do not accept every person wanting lessons. I do not teach the music, or
phrasing, or literature. I am only an embouchure expert.
I place the responsibility for improvement directly on the students
shoulders. Lots of work, and the will to keep it up. Guys come who want
to change their embouchure - I don't do that - what I do do is show them
the physics of playing efficiently and guide them step by step as long
as they have the will to continue.
Come back players are perfect for this due to the maturity, and desire
being pure and strong. Guys who want to learn to play high fast and loud
don't last very long with me. They want it all now, and don't want to
pay the price.
So if you are driven to build up your chops in the most common sense fashion I can help you go as far as you want to go.
LET ME KNOW HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT ALL THIS:_
....sounds just like what i am looking for. I will schedule a lesson. thanks for getting back to me so quickly.
T. in Georgia