If your ambition is to become a drummer, you’ll almost certainly have spent time thinking about how, exactly, you’re going to earn a living through music. Similarly, if you’re just
As a drummer, I want to keep developing – from both an artistic and a musical point of view. And precisely that is what I want for you. That’s why I’m sharing my experiences with you here, and I want to motivate you to make the most of yourself.
I know that steadfast striving for self-improvement can seem overwhelming. That’s why I’m showing you here various approaches to practicing that I have tried out myself and that help me to achieve more in a very short time. You’ll learn here what I’m offering you.
In this post, I want to address the topic of how we make money. It’s a topic that doesn’t just affect drummers, but creative professionals in all fields. Whether you’re
I was just nine when I made my plan to become a drummer. I practised a lot, watched endless tutorial videos and drew inspiration from interviews with the greats. But
Rudiments: The Complete Collection
My new e-paper gives you a comprehensive insight into the 40 international drum rudiments. These figures are the basis for expanding your vocabulary as a drummer.
Over 51 pages, you will find: Basic principles for the correct technical execution of the figures, the rudiments’ relationship to American military music, the connection of rudimental drumming to the orchestral style of playing the snare drum, the correct choice of tempo, roll rudiments, diddle rudiments, flam rudiments, and drag rudiments, as well as a short bibliography and a glossary.
If you want to know more about rudiments, then this e-paper is just the thing for you!