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Learn How to Play Drums

Learn How to Play Drums

Drum resources, articles, and tips for beginners and beyond The drums are one of the most fun instruments to play, but don’t be fooled - there’s actually more to it than just picking up a stick and hitting the drum head. Think proper drumstick grip, posture, and getting your timing down perfectly, among other things. The speed will come, but first you’ll need to start slow. Check out our library of drum articles, tips, and resources below to get started! … Read More

Learn How to Play Drums
Drum resources, articles, and tips for beginners and beyond The drums are one of the most fun instruments to play, but don’t be fooled - there’s actually more to it than just picking up a stick and hitting the drum head. Think proper drumstick grip, posture, and getting your timing down perfectly, among other things. The speed will come, but first you’ll need to start slow. Check out our library of drum articles, tips, and resources below to get started!
How to Find Audition Songs That Make You Shine
Need help selecting the perfect song for an upcoming audition? Finding the right song can take time -- and there's a lot to consider as you decide! Even if you're comfortable in the spotlight and don't suffer from stage fright, there's often a long, arduous process to prepare for an audition. As a professional vocal coach, I can share two secrets to making it all easier. In fact, these two things make auditioning downright enjoyable! First of all, treat each and every audition lik
8 Ways to Prepare for Your First Drum Performance
If you practice hard and stick with your drum lessons, you'll eventually be ready to take the stage for your first drum performance. Whether you're playing a local gig or you have aspirations to make money playing drums, we want to help you prepare to rock your first show. Here, San Diego, CA drum instructor Maegan W. shares her eight-step checklist to help you nail your first drum performance..  So it's time for your first drum performance -- do you feel nervous? Don't worry, that's norm
Words of Wisdom: 11 Drummers Share Their Best Advice for Beginners
When you're learning to play drums, it's important to remember that it takes hard work, determination, and patience in order to improve. It may be a slow process, but don't get discouraged; even experienced drummers had to start somewhere. Need some inspiration? Here, 11 experienced drummers share their best advice for beginners.   "Never stop learning from everyone around you. Confidence, skill, dedication, and determination will ensure you go far!" #NeverStop - @lindsay
Why Is College Writing So Much Harder Than High School?
Struggling with your college assignments? Learn the truth about college writing skills, and the changes you'll need to make to succeed, in this article by NJ teacher Matthew H...   In another post, I had discussed the relationship between academic and creative writing. Bottom line: no difference. Good writing is good writing. So why is it that most university level expository writing (and similarly titled courses) demand so much more than even AP level high school English classes?

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