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Various Styles for Drum Set

Music, like any art form, can be very opinionated, so to insure a good relationship with music it is important to develop a healthy opinion. In developing your opinion, it is good to keep an open mind and try to listen to various genres, even ones that you don’t have any experience playing.

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How To Practice

Practice and learning are very personal things and the rate at which you do them may be different from others. Comparison is not necessary, nor does it help you learn, so focus on yourself and your personal growth and, above all, have a good time!

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Chops vs. Musicality

Songs and solos are not merely vehicles for players to show their skill: they are a way to communicate an emotion, an idea, or a conversation to others. It is important to remember that music comes from your soul, and that you need to feel what you are playing.

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The Drums In Music

There is no reason that the drums can not be viewed just as any other instrument: all it takes is a musical approach and the willingness to play a song or melody instead of a chopped out pattern.

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