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The Drum School
Are the drums the right instrument for you or your child?
Are you looking for FUN Drum
Lessons in Sacramento?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, I think you or your child might
be destined to become a drummer.
"My child is always banging on everything in sight".
"Every time I listen to music, I always listen to the beat and the drummer".
"I find that I want to dance every time I hear the drums".
"I think the drums are the coolest instrument in the world"
The Drum School provides fun and informative drum lessons in Mid-Town Sacramento for students of all ages and levels. You will learn all the important drumming techniques and also learn how to play your favorite songs from Led Zepplin, AC/DC, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones to current bands like One Direction, Katy Perry, Jay-Z, Eminem, Maroon 5, Adele, Fun, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Coldplay, etc. The Drum School's primary goal is to enrich and expose its students to the wonderful world of music, rhythm and drumming.
Brandon Harris & Lem McEwen will be preforming at the Supernatural Cymbal Booth at Namm 2013. Be sure to stop by an check out the performances an cymbals.
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Visit's DDrummer Ent. Facilities
I had the great pleasure of visiting The D-Drummer Entertainment Facility which is a studio facility that provides drum lessons, drum promo, audio recording, and improv sessions for all drummers, beginning to advanced. This facility is the creation of Lem McEwen & Brandon Harris, Sacramento based AMAZING drummers and producers who runs the facility.
1. Think twice before cleaning those cymbals! Many of the old pros swear by that crusty old dirt that's engraved in cymbals. They claim, more often than not, that it gives them a real warm sound that adds character and body to their overall sound.
2. A lick a day, keeps the doctor away: If you learned just one new drum lick a day, that's 365 new drum licks or drum fills a year! Think about it. - A new approach to drum practice.
3. Play "heel up" on the bass drum for more power and speed. The heel down bass drum technique will work but requires a bit more effort. Also, it's easier to play heel up technique with quick drum fills.
4. Listen to "all" styles of music. This boosts your creativity on the drums and makes you more aware of how to approach these styles if you ever confront them in your band.
5. If you sit in on someone else's drumset, try not to move things around too much. Although they will often tell you it's OK, keep things as close to where they already had it set up as possible. If you have to move some of the drums and cymbal stands, please put them back when you're through. This is just common courtesy. Drummers are usually funny about their drum set up.