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Srinivasan 22/04/2016 in  Drums Classes

How do I warm up?

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Ankur 21/04/2016 in  Drums Classes

What is a gig?

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Octaves replied | 22/04/2016

Gig is a show or a concert, when one gets to perform in front of an audience.

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Datta 21/04/2016 in  Drums Classes

How do I learn to play drums?

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Kasireddy 21/04/2016 in  Drums Classes

Can I make money as a drummer?

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Ravikumar 21/04/2016 in  Drums Classes

Where can I find a drum teacher in Bangalore?

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V.srikanth 24/02/2016 in  Drums Classes

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Tansen Sangeet Mahavidyalaya replied | 04/03/2016

Normally, it is around 1000 per class at home and anywhere between 500-1000 at a reputed Institute. However, at our Institute it comes to around Rs. 300 per class for Annual admissions. It may be one-to-one but in some batches there may be more than one students.

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Angel replied | 04/03/2016

600 hr

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Shubham 02/02/2016 in  Drums Classes

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Shashank replied | 12/02/2016

3 months maximum...for western notation..timing and basic beats

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Tansen Sangeet Mahavidyalaya replied | 04/03/2016

I will go for 1 year provided one is keen to learn and does regular practice. But like anything in life, one keeps learning all the life and getting better and better at it.

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Meeta 13/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

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Wesley replied | 01/02/2016

You'll get e-drum-kits starting from 20k, but they'll be really bad. The most basic e-drum kit that sounds alright is the Alesis DM6, which is priced at about 35k. The really nice sounding electronic drum kits are the Roland td series, especially from the td - 15 onwards, but they are all priced at 1.5 lakhs upwards, and I think e-kits, even the best of them, don't sound half as...  more»
You'll get e-drum-kits starting from 20k, but they'll be really bad. The most basic e-drum kit that sounds alright is the Alesis DM6, which is priced at about 35k. The really nice sounding electronic drum kits are the Roland td series, especially from the td - 15 onwards, but they are all priced at 1.5 lakhs upwards, and I think e-kits, even the best of them, don't sound half as good as a nice acoustic drum-kit. If you are a student, I would recommend going in for an acoustic kit with drum mutes though, because that will help you have a real feel of how a drum kit is supposed to feel, and also cut down the volume level at the same time. You can remove the drum mutes whenever you want the actual sound of the drum-kit, so it is quite convenient too. All in all, this should serve your purpose better. «less

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Tansen Sangeet Mahavidyalaya replied | 04/03/2016

Like any other thing in world, drums cost very very much. You can have it as low as 20K (not recommended) and as high as sky is the limit! Around 50K would give you quite good drums. But for a beginner/student acoustic drums should be preferred.

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Anisha 13/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

What are qualifications needed for a drum teacher?

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

see the teacher skill and experience and reviews then select good tutor

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Angel replied | 20/01/2016

He/she should have good knowledge in rhythm

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Meeta 13/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

How are electronic drums powered?

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

i agreed with darryl better to buy acoustic drum

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Angel replied | 20/01/2016

Switch in to plug

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Anisha 13/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

How do I find the right drum teacher?

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Godwin replied | 16/01/2016

Anisha, I'd recommend spending some time with whoever you choose to work with before committing to continuing. Few tips; First you should be comfortable with the teacher, ask questions on the qualification, experience and check his/her ability to understand your needs.

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

search in http://www.urbanpro.com you will get good tutor all the very best you

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Nita 13/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

What are mesh heads?

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Manukrishnan replied | 13/01/2016

Mesh head normally used in electronic drum kit as heads. Also they make mesh heads for acoustic drum kit.. It allows you to practice quiet, similar to a practice pad but with better feel and you ll be putting them on your drum-kit. Adjust the tension like normal heads.

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

mesh head usually use in electronic drum kit

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Tony 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

Do extreme temperatures affect my drums?

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

It can warp the wood, which would drastically affect the sound.

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Sound And Silence replied | 19/01/2016

Yes it does as wood expands when its cold and contracts due to heat

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Sinoy 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

What's the difference between maple and birch?

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Parameswaran replied | 24/02/2016

Both are two different trees

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Charleston replied | 27/02/2016

they are two different types of wood from 2 different species of trees which drum shells are made out of. Both have a different tone when it comes to the sound of the drum. Generally, maple shells will give you a deep, warmer tone whereas birch will give you a brighter tone. However, there are always exceptions as manufacturers use different combinations of wood in layers for different drums.

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Vijay 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

How can I make my drums quieter?

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

drum mutes are available

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

The drum set is one of the loudest musical instruments available. Unlike many electrified instruments (such as the electric guitar), it cannot be muted with the use of headphones or through un-amplified play. Learning how to make a drum set quieter is an essential process when playing a drum set in a shared house or apartment complex. There are several methods of doing this, ranging...  more»
The drum set is one of the loudest musical instruments available. Unlike many electrified instruments (such as the electric guitar), it cannot be muted with the use of headphones or through un-amplified play. Learning how to make a drum set quieter is an essential process when playing a drum set in a shared house or apartment complex. There are several methods of doing this, ranging in expense, effort required, and effectiveness. These methods can be used in conjunction or on their own. «less

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Naresh 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

Why don't my cymbals sound very good?

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Deboranjan replied | 09/01/2016

What cymbals are you using ?

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

please specify clear

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Vishal 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

How do I tune my drums?

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Godwin replied | 11/01/2016

Good question. I'm not sure what level are you at playing drums. The sound depends on the drummer's taste. However, you could use a drum tuning bot, or seek some professional advice. I'd say, tuning is a skill by itself. The desired sound can be achieved only by working on them a lot. I'm still getting trained on it :-)

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

You might purchase several moving blankets at the local U-Haul, and wrap them up, then cover them in sheet plastic against moisture damage. Both attic and garage aren't the best choices, as I wouldn't want to subject the drums to frezzing if it could be helped. Is your daughter's bedroom an option? A friend with a heated garage, or dry basement? That's my suggestions. Forums are...  more»
You might purchase several moving blankets at the local U-Haul, and wrap them up, then cover them in sheet plastic against moisture damage. Both attic and garage aren't the best choices, as I wouldn't want to subject the drums to frezzing if it could be helped. Is your daughter's bedroom an option? A friend with a heated garage, or dry basement? That's my suggestions. Forums are great kits, and it's good to take care of them! «less

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Vishal 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

Where should I store my drums?

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Godwin replied | 11/01/2016

We all desire to have a separate room, but not everybody is lucky. In my opinion, there are no hard rules to store drums. As long as they are safe and less accessed by others, you are fine with it.

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

You might purchase several moving blankets at the local U-Haul, and wrap them up, then cover them in sheet plastic against moisture damage. Both attic and garage aren't the best choices, as I wouldn't want to subject the drums to frezzing if it could be helped. Is your daughter's bedroom an option? A friend with a heated garage, or dry basement? That's my suggestions. Forums are...  more»
You might purchase several moving blankets at the local U-Haul, and wrap them up, then cover them in sheet plastic against moisture damage. Both attic and garage aren't the best choices, as I wouldn't want to subject the drums to frezzing if it could be helped. Is your daughter's bedroom an option? A friend with a heated garage, or dry basement? That's my suggestions. Forums are great kits, and it's good to take care of them! «less

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Tony 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

Where can I find drum replacement parts?

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Angel replied | 19/01/2016

chk online

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Sound And Silence replied | 19/01/2016

Depends what part ur lookin for

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Sinoy 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

Can I upgrade my single pedal to a double?

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Angel replied | 08/01/2016

You have to buy double pedal .

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Deboranjan replied | 09/01/2016

You can downgrade double pedal to single pedal.. But the reverse is not feasible in most cases as the single pedal mostly don't have the option to upgrade.

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Vijay 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

What about dampening the drums? Will it reduce noise?

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Angel replied | 19/01/2016

to some extend though!

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

i am agree with angel right extend though

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Naresh 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

How should i choose my cymbals?

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Angel replied | 08/01/2016

It depend on you gener . as in what style of you play.

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Lakshmi replied | 19/01/2016

its depending on your gener

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Anirban 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

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Tansen Sangeet Mahavidyalaya replied | 04/03/2016

Sure! Just enquire around. However, if you intend to hire for learning/practice it may not prove economical. For learning you should join an Institute who are liberal with giving practice facility free of charge or on nominal charges.

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The Metropolitan School Of Music replied | 25/05/2016

Certainly. if you are learning with us, we can arrange to rent one kit.

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Wesley replied | 01/02/2016

Yes. Lots of them. Vic Firth, Zildjian, Vater, Promark and Regal Tip are the most prominent international brands, and are all available in India except Regal Tip. Size 7A should be what you start with if you are a beginner. There are loads of different sizes and artist signature series sticks to choose from later, but again start with 7A's . You won't regret it.

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Tansen Sangeet Mahavidyalaya replied | 04/03/2016

Of course, like any other musical instrument, there are different types of drum sticks. A beginner should buy what is recommended by the teacher. Costlier ones are not necessarily better for a beginner. If you are studying at an Institute, whatever is provided by them should be good for you.

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Anisha 08/01/2016 in  Drums Classes

When should a beginner get a drum kit?

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Deboranjan replied | 09/01/2016

There is no defined limit as when to buy one as a beginner. If you have the passion and wealth to buy one, go for it.

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Godwin replied | 11/01/2016

There is no timeline. But you could take it slow. Once the student is confident in playing or able to demonstrate the necessary skills that would be the right time.
I'd check on my students if they could commit time at home for practice.

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