I’m Mischa Marcks with MMEducation showing you how to learn faster and practice smarter by using the latest findings in neuroscience, so that you can become the bass player you want to be, express yourself freely on your instrument, and connect on a deeper level with your audience.
The ultimate goal is to make you a better learner and a teacher to yourself. I want you to become independent from your mentors (including myself). If you can figure it out on your own, then all that’s left to do for your guide is to inspire and motivate you.
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I offer private lessons at the MM Studio. I’ll teach you everything you need to know from the rudimentary basics to preparing you for music college and the real purpose of making music: Playing together with other musicians!
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You live in another country? No problem! Because, you can also take lessons via Skype. I’ll be waiting for your call at the MM Studio with all the tools and resources available, that you would have in a private lesson in my space.
Pimp Your BasslineHave you ever been asked to come up with a bassline on the spot? And do you have a hard time coming up with different basslines over the same drum beat? Most likely the problem is too much focus on the notes. Although, we should be fine playing...
The Root Note CurseSomeone put a spell on us bassists. Somehow whatever we play, we always start with the root note. Which makes a lot of sense, because let's be honest, it's our job. But what if we want to play a solo or a bass fill? What if we want to play a melodic...
The Learning StruggleHave you ever been inspired to learn a new skill like double thumb or two handed tapping? You started out really motivated, but the more time you put in, the more your motivation decreased. This is actually a totally normal phenomenon.Learning...
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