I’ve been making music sites since 2003, mostly for harmonica instruction. Some of the busier ones have versions in different languages: Chinese, Spanish, Portugese, German. The sites get around a million visits per year.
My main teaching site, up since 2008. Teaches blues, also traditional fiddle tunes. Includes tremolo harmonica lessons.
A Chinese teaching site and online harmonica store, compiled with my good friend Shiwee. One of the biggest harmonica sites in China.
A Spanish version of Harmonica Academy.
Online recorder lessons, launched in 2014.
My first harmonica site, with music and tutorial articles. A good first stop for prospective players.
A German version of Harmonicatunes.
A Spanish version of Harmonicatunes.
A Portugese version of Harmonicatunes.
As the name says, for children. Features harmonica versions of common nursery rhymes.
A Spanish blues site, with pointers on key players, gear etc.
An English version of the blues site.
A tremolo harmonica overview site, with note layouts and pointers for playing.
A Chinese tremolo harmonica site. Tremolo is the most commonly played harmonica in Asia.
A discussion group for recorder players.
Outlines traditional music styles, with player profiles.
This is what I do when not involved with music.