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About this pro

i know -that IF you understand how music works and fits together, & WHEN  you lern how to find the notes on any instrument, THEN the only thing needed to be proficient on any instrument is to learn/practice technique. i include a sufficient amount of music theory into my lsesson structure to accomplish this goal, along with practical exercises that are fun and will have you strumming your favorite songs in almost no time.  to help speed up the process i have the ability to professionally record every lesson at no additional charge to the student this creates  record of everything we talk about  which is quite useful as a reference and study aide.  I think you will agree the high quality of pro audio greatly assists the student in achieving his or her musical goals.
As a veteran of the music scene with over 25 years of experience writing, performing and producing, i have dedicated my existence to lifting the community standard of high quality audio: music and sound.  Working professionally out of RK1 Studios in OKC since 2005, i have had the joy of producing audio for radio, tv, film and video as well as music for broadcast and commercial applications.  ive produced for solo artists and bands, and continue to do all of the above as i work on my own personal passion projects to produce music and high quality audio to make the world a more sonically beautiful place.

Currently i gig 3+ nihts/week at a bar in downtown OKC.

i have given private 1 on 1 lessons off an on for over 15 years, and i was adjucnt faculty at [email protected] for 5 years, teaching music production techniques from beginner to advanced.

it's all about the people! what i really enjoy is the people that i get to work with, i love helping a client or student realize a vision, and most of all i enjoy reflecting on my work at the end of the day and seeing or hearing something that did not exist before.  creativity, in my opinion, is the highest pursuit.

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Oklahoma City, OK 73109
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  • Eduardo Martinez

    Makes everything easier to understand, hands on experience and overall patient and never gives up on his students.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

introduction, get to know one another, understand where the student is currently and their goals and aspirations with what they want to learn.

after intros, we will delve into topics head first with hands on, project-based, focused learning mixed with technical and theoretical lessons.

we can go song by song, or we can start with theory/technique and work our way up.  i tailearns music theory in my class.  its not boring!  its inspiring! dont be an illiterate musician!

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Audio Professional since 2005, Associates of Arts in music performance, countless resume credits for live performance in music and theatre, and served as adjunct faculty at [email protected] for five years.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$1/minute.  OR $50/1 hour.

How did you get started teaching?

when i was still in college my main professor recommended me to teach some one on one lessons outside of school, i really enjoyed it and it stuck!

What types of students have you worked with?

all ages are welcome! for kids, once they're in 5th or 6th grade, i find they are ready for an instrument.  but you are never too old to learn something new.  my schedule is very flexible so i can work with middle school through college students or busy professionals all the same.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

the band i was performing with recently opened for Texas Hippie Coalition at the Gas Monkey in Dallas, TX.  that was a great gig and an awesome night.