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Dojo U - A Limitless Archive of Piping Knowlege
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Dojo U - A Limitless Archive of Piping Knowlege

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Dojo U Archive

One of the things that will take Dojo U "over the top" for a lot of folks is our ever-expanding class archive. Every single class that is given on Dojo U is recorded, and put in the archive. Every month, we add approximately 40 more brand new classes to the archive... does it get any better than that?

When we post a class in the archive, we put "tags" on that class that label what topics that it covers. If the class discusses crossing noises, it'll get a "crossing noises" tag. If it talks about taorluaths, it'll get a tag for that as well. The result is that you will be able to search for any topic you want, and EVERY class that has ever discussed that topic will come up. Neat, huh?

Any Topic you Want, On Demand.

Here's a real-world example of how our archive can help you.

Let's say you go to band practice one night, and your Pipe Major says: "You've GOT to improve your D-throws, BEFORE next practice!" Well, with Dojo U, the solution is a piece of cake. Simply sign on to your Dojo U account, click "Search the Archive," and then locate the D-throw tag. Within seconds, you can be relearning the fundamentals of the D-throw -- and believe me when I tell you this: Our instructors are pretty darn awesome at D throws.

Catch all the Latest Classes, regardless of your schedule or time-zone.

The other great feature of our archive is that you can also simply peruse Recent Additions. We all lead busy lives, so to make all of the classes at the exact time that they happen will be difficult. The great news is that, within a few minutes of finishing, every class will be neatly posted to the archive. Simply sign in to Dojo U and click "Recent Archive Additions" to see what you've missed recently.

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Andrew Douglas Andrew is a prolific practitioner of the bagpipe, having been active at the highest level of pipe bands, solo competition, teaching, and creative endeavors for the past 20 years. He's also the founder and creator of Dojo U and of PipersDojo.com

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  1. The 'piping archives' is how I take lessons during the week. My schedule does not allow me to take the classes live. Having the archives is perfect for me. I can take a class when I can and not miss out on opportunities to learn more. Thank you Piper's Dojo!!!

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