I recently got accepted into the masters program at Memorial University of Newfoundland and I've since started doing a bit of blogging.
Basically my idea is to just record my thoughts/ideas on pieces as I'm working through them as sort of a Practice Journal. So far I've done quite a bit of work with some of the Carcassi Etudes but as time goes on I'll be working through larger rep as I prepare for recitals etc... 99% of this is all video based.
For example: I just did a video on my thoughts about choosing tone colors while referencing the first etude by Carcassi. For anyone working on this etude it may be of some use to you and in general the concept should apply to almost anything you're working on.
It's very informal and sort of so I can gauge my own progress but I thought why not share it with everyone?
I'd also love to make some videos based on questions you may have - i.e. if there is a phrase in a piece you're struggling with just ask me a question and I'll take a quick look at the music and see if I can help you with fingerings, phrasing, anything really... good for me to help develop my teaching chops and hopefully good for you guys too
The site is here:
All of the videos are also on my youtube channel: youtube.com/orbiterred
Like I said, I'd love to hear from anyone who is working through any piece and has questions! I can't guarantee I can help but I'll try my best.