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How to Measure the Success of Your Child’s Drum Lessons

How to Measure the Success of Your Child’s Drum Lessons

How can you be sure your investment in your child's drum lessons is worth it? Even if you don't know specific drumming techniques, there are certain things you can do to check in. Read on as Santa Cruz, CA teacher Joe M. shares his pointers...   So, your child finally has his drum set! He’s practicing all the time and both of you are eager to start his lessons. Or perhaps he’s been taking lessons but you’re just not sure if they are paying off? If you’re familiar with these scenarios … Read More

How to Measure the Success of Your Child’s Drum Lessons
How can you be sure your investment in your child's drum lessons is worth it? Even if you don't know specific drumming techniques, there are certain things you can do to check in. Read on as Santa Cruz, CA teacher Joe M. shares his pointers...   So, your child finally has his drum set! He’s practicing all the time and both of you are eager to start his lessons. Or perhaps he’s been taking lessons but you’re just not sure if they are paying off? If you’re familiar with these scenarios
Commonly Mispronounced French Words And Phrases - And Their Correct Pronunciation
Whether you're new to speaking French or you've been studying a while, it's never a bad idea to work on your French pronunciation. Language tutor Emmanuel M. shares some of the most common pronunciation mistakes... Taking on the French accent can be a difficult task for many non-native speakers because the language relies heavily on pronunciation.  If you want to be understood, you have to speak French properly. But don’t fret! With plenty of French pronunciation practice, you'll be well
5 Common Problems Beginner Spanish Learners Face [Video]
Learning a new language can be tough. From new vocabulary to strange grammar rules, there's a lot of places beginners can stumble or get frustrated. Although Spanish is a relatively easy language to learn, it's not without obstacles. Many English speakers, in fact, run into the same hang-ups along the way. For example, conjugation rules take some time to get used to -- there's a reason most Spanish teachers include lots of Spanish conjugation practice in their classes! Repetition helps yo
15 Things Singers Know All Too Well
Singers, this is your life. 15. For some reason, your voice always sounds extra amazing in the shower. So work it! The shower is basically your own personal vocal booth. The small space and smooth hard walls give you a volume boost plus a healthy dose of reverb. What singer doesn't love that? 14. That awkward moment when you are the only person singing along. What? I love this song! Some people might not get it, but for singers, grooving along to that certain, special song
4 Essential Classic Rock Guitar Solos That Will Make You a Better Player
Learning to play other people's guitar solos is a great way to begin learning to write your own! Guitar teacher Nils B. shares his tips to learning four classic rock solos so you can develop your technique... An essential part of every musician's development is to imitate those who have already mastered their instrument. After settling on a song, give it a couple of close listens (preferably on headphones or a decent stereo), pick up a good transcription, then learn the rhythm parts, while an

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