On Friday I was proud to launch version 2.0 of my cajon lesson website PlayCajon. It was the culmination of 6 months work on the re-design. We shot 20 new video lessons for a beginner course featuring Sela Cajons which now takes the over all quality of lessons along with the look and feel of the site to the next level.
The new lessons were all shot in a professional studio with the best audio and camera equipment. I really wanted to get the best possible sound and look with the new lessons and now we have that, we can move forward with each new lesson looking amazing.
PlayCajon now features three courses, a beginner course, an intermediate course, and an advanced course. Each course features 20 video lessons and are carefully constructed to advance you easily through your learning. Along with the courses, the site has new categories which organize the lessons in a way that makes it easy for you to quickly find the lesson you want.
The pricing on PlayCajon has stayed the same but now you also have the option to buy the individual courses if you wish.
The look and feel of the site now has a simple design that is easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye.
I can’t tell you how proud I am of PlayCajon. It really has taken an immense amount of work and devotion to bring it to the world and I will continue to strive to make it even better.
I am delighted to announce that my new Cajon Lesson app for iPad is now available and also FREE.
The app was conceived at the NAMM Show in Nashville in July 2013 when I met John Butler, founder of Atlas Apps. Atlas are an up and coming app development company based in Denver, CO. After having a conversation at our booth about how big the cajon is getting around the world, John told me that he wanted to create a good quality Cajon Lesson app that is free to download and has a good amount of free lesson content. We decided that we should partner up to create the app.
So after a few months of development between Atlas Apps and Paul Jennings Music, Cajon Lessons for iPad is here. We are also currently working on the iPhone and Android versions right now. I will let you know when they are also available.
Here are some screen shots:
Download Cajon Lessons for iPad
Hello cajon people. I wanted to let you know about our new site: freecajonlessons.com. It features a beginner cajon course as well as a technique section and a grooves section.
The beginners course will give you a good start on cajon, teaching you the first things you will need to know. The technique section will start you on a road to refining your style and making the cajon your own. In the groove section you will find free lessons on grooves from all over the world.
Here is a sample lesson
Visit www.freecajonlessons.com for more lessons.