Windows/Mac only: Music instruction site Show Me How To Play takes an iTunes-like approach to video lessons, charging 99 cents for downloadable "Multiplayer videos" that let users watch skilled session groups move through a song, one instrument at a time. Even if you get by fine with free lessons, the site has a nice collection of mostly free features dealing with the music business, gear choices and other musician-friendly topics. Using the Multiplayer videos requires a sign-up, Quicktime and Windows XP/Vista or OS X 10.3.4 or later.
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