LearnToPlayMusic.com’s Netflix-style on-demand content and social media platform, Apollo-M, will help musicians and music educators by giving them all the music lessons, digital tools and networking they need to achieve their music dreams.
Apollo-M (Apollo-M.com) is an on-demand, subscription platform being developed for anyone with dreams of being a rock star, a concert pianist, or who just wants to jam and play the music they love. The innovative platform will help musicians by delivering unlimited access to a library of thousands of music lessons, videos, books and more, covering all the popular instruments, genres, styles and age-groups, and all for just $4.95 per month.
World-leading music education innovator, LearnToPlayMusic.com, is taking on the Silicon Valley start-ups by investing over $2 million developing Apollo-M. “The appeal of a platform like Apollo-M is in having everything that a beginner or professional musician needs to pursue their music dreams, or a music teacher needs to teach their students, in one affordable place,” said Gary Turner, the co-founder and CEO of LearnToPlayMusic .com. “It’s like Netflix for the world of musicians. Instead of paying $25 for only one lesson book, anyone can subscribe for just $4.95 per month, and get unlimited access to thousands of the best lessons, eBooks, videos, podcasts, web TV shows, digital sheet music and documentaries about learning and playing music.”
Further features in development include a social network focused on learning, making and playing music, a comprehensive suite of digital music tools, interactive gameplay learning tools, and a live teacher streaming video system, connecting students and teachers. “There really will be no other app or website that will come close to matching Apollo-M’s features and value,” said Turner.
Apollo-M will launch in 2016, with a library of over ten thousand eBook, video and audio lessons, and will be available on all major platforms and devices. A free trial period will allow anyone to see the benefits for themselves, before subscribing. “The platform will also be a great opportunity for music professionals,” added Turner. “Alongside the licensing deals we have in place with other major content providers, we will be offering free subscription accounts to music professionals, publishers, teachers and schools who use the platform as a teaching tool, or distribute their original music lesson and related content through Apollo-M’s ‘Pay-per-view Revenue Program’”.
“Apollo-M really is the next evolution in music learning, teaching and playing, and we want everyone in the music community to have the opportunity to be involved and share in the rewards,” Turner added.
Launched in Australia in 1979 (as Koala Music Publications), LearnToPlayMusic.com is one of the world’s leading innovators and publishers of music learning books, videos and digital lesson content.