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4 Easy Drum Songs for Beginners

4 Easy Drum Songs for Beginners

It's well-known that learning a musical instrument can enhance creativity, coordination, and overall happiness. The drums are a popular choice for their rhythmic sound and the tempo they give to group music. But while it might be nice to be able to play like Keith Moon from "The Who" right away, you're going to need to practice first in order to learn how to play the drums that well! If you're just beginning, one of the best ways to establish a foundation is to learn songs that are good for … Read More

4 Easy Drum Songs for Beginners
It's well-known that learning a musical instrument can enhance creativity, coordination, and overall happiness. The drums are a popular choice for their rhythmic sound and the tempo they give to group music. But while it might be nice to be able to play like Keith Moon from "The Who" right away, you're going to need to practice first in order to learn how to play the drums that well! If you're just beginning, one of the best ways to establish a foundation is to learn songs that are good for
3 Knitted Scarves Perfect For Last-Minute Gifts
Not sure what to buy that special someone on your holiday list this year? Skip the stores and make a thoughtful, homemade gift they're sure to love! Here, Woburn, MA teacher Belynda C. shares three scarf knitting patterns to try out...    There’s nothing more thoughtful or appreciated than a hand-made gift at the holidays. If you feel like time is running out, don’t fret! Here are three quick and easy scarf knitting patterns that will ensure you have a beautiful gift in plenty of
Drummers Stick Together: Have Fun While You Play - With Henri Benard
Every drummer starts out as a beginner. The ones you read about and see on stage stick with drumming and practice relentlessly to improve.  In our Drummers Stick Together series, veteran drummers share their personal stories of learning drums, developing their craft, and following their dreams! Henri B. is a TakeLessons drum instructor in Phoenix, AZ and plays drums in the indie band, Dry River Yacht Club. Here, Henri shares his personal drumming journey as a student, teacher, and perform
Play Thousands of Songs Using These Guitar Chord Progressions
Did you know there are a handful of common guitar chord progressions that are repeatedly used throughout hundreds of songs? If you've spent much time on YouTube, you might be familiar with the Axis of Awesome. In their popular video, the Axis of Awesome performs a compilation of around 50 songs in under six minutes, all while using the same guitar chord progression. The video is very entertaining as it creatively reveals a secret that professional musicians have known for decades. Guitar
How to Record Yourself Singing (& Still Sound Great) Without a Pricey Microphone
Singers, do you ever record yourself singing? It's a great idea as you practice. But what if you don't have a top-quality microphone or video camera? Don't fret. In this guest post, Jesse from Hear The Music shares some helpful pointers...     Many voice teachers encourage their students to record videos of themselves singing, as you can review them afterward and identify ways you can improve. But if you're just starting out, you may not want to spend hundreds of dollar

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