Grex factus est ad latinam pronuntiationem, in omnibus huius formis, informandam, clarificandam et omnibus memorandam. Cum discituros tum peritos conquirimus. Omnes res de latinae pronuntiationis mutationibus in aliquis aetatibus adhortamur.
Self-learining is the only option for me when it comes to the classics, but that will be subject to change. Although, i have acces to more than adequte materials for the study of Latin. Right now, i have mastered Latin pronunciation with a decent pitch accent and other "controversial" features like nasalized vowels of am em im um with the m being silent or being assimilated into other letters right before the next word, and the am em im um will be elieded if grammatical confusion or the end of the line is not achieved. If you get my drift.