Archive for the ‘Drumming Tips’ Category

6 Ways to Make the Most out of Your Practice Time

May 19 2015

Plan it out It’s best to sit down with a general plan in mind so you don’t end up wasting any time. The longer you sit there trying to think of what you should practice, the more likely it is that you’ll get up and walk away. Break it down into segments and try your best to stick to the schedule. Some parts you’ll breeze through ...


5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Interested in Drumming

May 14 2015

Are you a drummer and want your children to follow in your footsteps, but find it slightly difficult to keep their attention? Perhaps your child begged you for a drum set, but now it sits there gathering dust. We're here to help. The following are 5 ways to keep your kids interested in drumming 1. What Age to Start? It's important to start at the proper age, which is different ...


3 Necessary Things Every Drummer Forgets to Do

May 12 2015

Learn the Basics You need to start somewhere, and rushing through the beginner lessons isn’t going to help anyone. Some may learn faster than others, but that doesn’t matter to the individual. You learn at your own speed, but the important part is that you learn. Don’t skip the basics, it will only hurt you in the end.  Don’t Force a Style Likewise, don’t try ...


So You Want to Start Drumming?

May 05 2015

So you want to start drumming? It can be a little overwhelming when you first start playing any instrument, and drums are no different. The good news; you can tackle drums slightly differently than most instruments, but plenty of the basics are still the same. The easiest way to tackle any new project, like learning an instrument, is by breaking it down into pieces. 1. Get Some Sticks and Books ...