Because I spend a significant amount of time creating music, performing, using sheet music, music gear and creating my online programs, I thought it would be a good idea to create a page that lists all of the different resources that I recommend! Keep in mind that I will continue to add to this page in an effort to give you the best resources possible.

New Zenler all-in-one platform for online courses
I cannot say enough nice things about New Zenler! After having spent years searching on the internet, comparing many, and even trying out some (Kajabi, Thinkific, Teachable), this one is by far the most handy, international, and complete platform. If you want to try it out against the still crazy low price, you can use my invitation link and be one of the founding members. There is a nice FB group where everyone helps each other out, no more waiting for support mails, it is all so handy!

Scribd, e-book, audiobook and sheet music subscription service
Including one million titles.
Scribd hosts 60 million documents on its open publishing platform. It is my go-to app (on my Ipad Pro) for finding sheet music. The great thing about Scribd is that you can find many vocal and piano books that otherwise would be hard to find. I read out of the app, or download it to Forscore to be able to make notes. 

Tomplay Interactive Sheet Music
With Tomplay, a tool created for music teachers and music students, you can play along with real recordings by professional musicians. It is very handy, you can set loops to practise a few bars, you can set the tempo and you can read where you are in the sheet music. If you wish to be granted acces to this wonderful tool, send me an email and I will send you a link with instructions to set up your account against a reduced price.