Many people comment that they are surprised at the lack of tutorials on-line given the fact that we live in the age of the web. Well there is a reason for this. It takes hands on experience to learn the art of production, and how to use the tools available to you. You can be extremely proficient at playing the piano, or guitar or keyboards or whatever, but still not have the first idea how to turn your creation into a track.
So you have constructed your home studio, you've probably used the tools for a bit and now you want to learn how to use them properly.
I can produce a custom designed one to one tutorial, with the view to transferring the basic skills so that you can put together a track. It can cover all aspects of recording and production, but needs to focus on something. In one day (or even a half day) you can learn a tremendous amount, the more you can tell me about what you want to get out of the day the better I can focus it.
I am also an expert user of Sonar and can advise on how to use that product and how to get the best out of it. I am expanding my range into Cubase SX which I will add in due course.
Tutorials are not cheap, but they can be extremely valuable, I went on a one day one to one tutorial and learned a huge amount, my production improved massively and some of the technical mists were blown away. It is worth paying to get the knowledge - if you have spent several thousand on a studio set-up then a few hundred to learn how to use it should not be begrudged.
You can mail me here, firstname.lastname@example.org
if you want to ask me anything, I'll do my best to answer if I can.