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Topic: Lunchroom
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Mark Ravitz says...
No problem.....I love this site. Keep up the stellar job!
1st May 2018 7:02am
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Joe Parenti says...
Any Toto Jeff Pecarro or Simon Phillips song... My preference would be one of the shuffle songs.
15th January 2018 8:25am
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Gus Kund says...
Very good web site.keep it up my man !
18th December 2017 8:27pm
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Gus Kund says...
Very good web site.keep it up my man !
18th December 2017 8:30pm
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Javad says...
Is the site free? How can i enroll here?
19th August 2017 6:53am
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Mark Ravitz says...
Scott...I play right handed and 90% of the time use traditional grip. I have made great strides in strengthening my weak hand and now find that my lead hand is the slower and less controlled one when playing multiple (3 or 4) strokes on a pad or snare drum. I have never read or heard of any other player with this issue. It seems to me that when players talk about the weak hand, it is automatically assumed the lead hand poses no technical problems. Am I the only one you have heard this from? By ... Read More
2nd May 2017 8:18am
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Drum Professor says...
Mark, first of all kudos for doing such a basic plan of attack. I always work with my students (live and Skype) on finding out their technical weaker points and then MAKING THE WEAK POINTS INTO STRONG POINTS. For example...if you weak hand is the left hand, then for practicing I would try to use it more/start with it on every exercise etc. But it's rare when someones weak hand surpasses their stronger hand at least for the amount you are speaking of. That's actually why I prefer matched ... Read More
4th May 2017 5:01pm
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Kai says...
Hi^^ I've been drumming for 14 years, but I think I don't have any technique. I just can play some basic beats, fills. I'm not a pro musician, but I want to express something through drums, like talking. Searching some videos in Youtube, I found your paradiddlediddle lesson. Now I'm here, thank you for all the information you made. I will learn a lot from here. God Bless You!
22nd April 2017 12:38pm
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Drum Professor says...
Thanks for the good words Kai.....you're most welcome.
24th April 2017 5:53pm
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Stumpie says...
Hi Scott and fellow percussion enthusiasts!! I am a long time drummer but am always trying to improve (I have a long way to go!). I really appreciate what you're doing here, I appreciate the clarity and insight to some of the basics I have either overlooked or ignored. Your videos are awesome and I love how mellow you are as I am the complete opposite, anyhow, I'm looking forward to indulging and expanding!! Peace from Idaho!!
20th April 2017 6:23pm
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Drum Professor says...
Thanks Stumpie. You said ...."I love how mellow you are as I am the complete opposite". Ah.... honesty. I can deal with honesty and respect you for sharing that. Here's some honesty for you: I used to be a real "cutthroat" in high school and had no tolerance for music or people I didn't like. I would talk back to my high school music teacher in class, as I thought he didn't know much about drums as myself. Maybe he didn't, but I got a lot of my value from making sure others knew "I had the ... Read More
20th April 2017 7:24pm
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mark ravitz says...
I have been playing drums for a long time and stumbled onto the site through internet surfing. What a goldmine. Scott explains soloing...which has always been a weak point of mine...in a practical and understandable way. His 6 stroke roll video has opened up a new world for me. That video as well as the paradiddle diddle video made these two basic rudiments understandable and practical in their application. No drum teacher I have had explained and showed me practical application the way Scott ... Read More
7th April 2017 2:40pm
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