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5 Simple Ways to Make Drum Practice More Fun

When you're learning drums, it's essential to practice between lessons in order to improve. Even if you're super passionate about music, however, practice can be repetitive and monotonous. Here, Brooklyn, NY drum teacher Chris G. shares his tips to make drum practice fun and effective...  Playing drums is supposed to be fun, but sometimes drum practice can get a little boring. This is especially true when you're practicing technical or repetitive exercises. While not every practice sessi … Read More

5 Simple Ways to Make Drum Practice More Fun
When you're learning drums, it's essential to practice between lessons in order to improve. Even if you're super passionate about music, however, practice can be repetitive and monotonous. Here, Brooklyn, NY drum teacher Chris G. shares his tips to make drum practice fun and effective...  Playing drums is supposed to be fun, but sometimes drum practice can get a little boring. This is especially true when you're practicing technical or repetitive exercises. While not every practice sessi
Creating Your "Brand" as a Singer
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4 Ways to Put Your Spanish into Action in Your Community
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