This presents the possibility of going over music theory, music history, etc. This is also why “No Group Lessons” did not make it onto the cons list above: with Google Hangouts or Skype group calls, teachers can put together group sessions in which students can perform live for each other.That said, I think Skype still has better control over echo effects caused by having your speaker turned up past a certain volume, which makes your chat partner hear their own voice as an echo.Many teachers are doing it, and it’s filling a much-needed gap in society’s need for lessons, especially for students in rural areas who don’t have access to music teachers.
They are of fairly good quality, in a pixel style similar to the Yahoo Emoticons.
Comparing Skype to other Messengers, not including the flag icons, Skype's hidden emoticons are better than those featured in MSN/Live Messenger.
Because of all the extra time and energy required to accomplish things in Skype lessons, I always have a sense of needing to be as fast and efficient as possible, leaving less time for demonstration.
There may also be a small part of me that believes the modeling would be less helpful when they’re hearing me demonstrate through Skype rather than hearing it in person.
These aren't cam girls or people out to make money.