Andy offers singing lessons and vocal coaching via Skype for clients who cannot attend his studio in St Helens.

If you're

  • not based in the UK
  • unable to travel
  • on tour
  • recording in a studio

the wonders of modern technology mean that there's no need for you to miss out on a one-to-one session with Andy!

Using Skype means that anyone with a fairly standard set-up at home or in the office (see Skype requirements below) can have an effective coaching sesssion.

Andy's St Helens studio is equipped with fast, fibre-optic broadband, an HD webcam and stereo sound, so a Skype lesson is as close to an actual physical session as possible - there's no time delay, no lag, no drop-off in sound or video quality.

Skype lessons - when?

Andy is available to teach via Skype at any time during his normal teaching hours (all times are GMT / BST):

Monday: 1000 - 1930
Tuesday: 1000 - 1830
Wednesday: 1000 - 1930
Thursday: 1000 - 1830
Friday: 1000 - 1500

Skype lessons - book now!

Skype lessons can be booked in blocks of 60 minutes @ £50 per block. All Skype lessons must be paid for in advance.

To book, simply select how long you'd like the session to be and click on the Paypal button below:

Length of Skype session

Once you've paid, Andy will contact you to arrange a convenient date and time for your lesson.

Skype lessons - what you need

To enjoy the best experience from your Skype lesson, you will need:

  • A computer with the following specification:
    • CPU - at least 1.8 GHz
    • Graphics card - at least 64 MB
    • Memory - at least 512 MB
  • One of the following:
    • Skype 4.2 for Windows or higher
    • Skype 5.0 for Mac or higher
    • Skype on your TV
  • A high-speed broadband connection (at least 1.5M).
  • A webcam.
  • A microphone and speakers (built-in or separate headset with microphone).
  • If using Windows, a DirectX 9.0c compatible video card.

NB It's probably best to get familiar with Skype before using it for a singing lesson, to ensure you don't waste any of your lesson time on teething problems.