October 2, 2015 at 11:43AM


Is Stillmotion's MUSE program really worth the cost? A 'pilot' asks Patrick Moreau some tough questions ...

For those who may be interested, I've been a pilot on the MUSE program since day one and I've just written an article detailing some my reservations about the course. It includes an in-depth discussion with Patrick Moreau about my concerns.

Please feel free to ask me any questions about the article or the course in general - either here or in the comments below my blog post.

Is Stillmotion's MUSE program really worth the cost? A 'pilot' asks Patrick Moreau some tough questions:


Link to the MUSE homepage fyi: http://learnstory.org/

October 2, 2015 at 12:01PM

Matt James Smith
Founder, Lintelfilm Video Production

Thanks for sharing your experiences Matt.

I've just recently signed up for the Muse pilot for $400. I very nearly signed up for the $500 package a few months back but baulked at the price and then missed the deadline. I regretted my reticence and jumped at the opportunity to buy into the program for $400 - albeit without the box of goodies that came with the launch of the pilot. I always considered them unnecessary luxuries anyway. I would have been even happier if Muse were available as a book and priced accordingly.

Anyway, it's too soon for me to say if it is a worthwhile investment. Even after being seduced by the marketing and parting with my cash I am still being subjected to a lot of verbiage about how good Muse is. What I do like is that Patrick and team provide transcripts of the videos as this suits my style of learning. The team is also very active online - answering each and every query "pilots" have. This level of support doesn't come cheap.

They say the course will take 8 to 12 hours to complete. Only time will tell how much meat there is in the program.

October 3, 2015 at 8:34PM


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