Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of people asking us: “What’s new?” with GuitarEtudes.com. So this got us thinking: let’s answer that question by opening up our doors, and giving everyone an exclusive “backstage pass” to see what’s really going on! So, here we are.
First, I’d like to point out that behind the scenes, we are really busy! There is a lot going on that our fans may not necessarily know about. Here are just a few things we’re up to right now:
- We’ve launched our official blog, called: “Do you étude?”
Yes! This has been a goal for quite a while, but as I mentioned: we’ve been… busy.
- We just put the finishing touches on our analysis methods, and a new type of grading system.
In less fancy terms, this means we can start analyzing etudes even faster, and we now have a way of ranking each etude based on difficulty. What’s even more cool? We also now have a “Readability Score” which is designed to tell a student/teacher how easy a piece is to read! We’ll have another blog post dedicated to this topic, so look for more details on that very, very soon.
- New Podcast: Coming Soon!
Another long-time goal being met. We should have the first episode and a launch post up here in the next couple of weeks.
- New Contributors!
It’s too soon to start blabbing about who we have on board just yet, but let’s just say these guys are awesome. Hint: think: university professors. Yeah. Each one will have their own spotlight post very soon, so stay tuned!
- We are now rolling! New videos being produced as you read this!
Due to complications with our video team, life getting in the way, and so on, we have been unable to record new videos over the past several months. That is finally changing! We now have a new video team across multiple locations (and states), and recording has officially resumed! Here are some photos from our shoot earlier today:
So, as you can see, there’s a lot going on in the GuitarEtudes.com universe – and we’re just getting started! Look for more updates right here on our blog – 2018 is going to continue to be a great year!