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Biswas 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are the qualifications needed to become a drum teacher?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

Grade 5 is a benchmark at psalms from any international
music school

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Srikant replied | 21 Jan

If you can teach well and portray or pass on your knowledge well which is being positively accepted by the student , then believe me you are a good teacher

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Biswas 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

How many years of experience is needed for a good drum teacher?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

Grade 5 is a benchmark at psalms. but someone who has been taught the trinity method and not just playing by experience would be a good way to follow through.

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Lakshmi replied | 19 Jan

minimum 3years teacher

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Anisha 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

Can i learn the drums without a drum kit?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

Yes. a lot of the basics of drumming is just to get your wrists loosened and get agility. all this can be achieved on a practice pad (a must for every drummer)

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Lakshmi replied | 19 Jan

yes

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Jayant 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

Is it possible for me to tune my drums?

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Godwin replied | 11 Jan

Yes, certainly. You could tune your drums. I just posted above on the same question above. You need to spend a lot of time understanding on the different sounds of the drum kit, Although there is hardware/software available to help, I strongly believe it only through experience you could achieve.

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Lakshmi replied | 19 Jan

yes why not

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Jayant 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

How do i know if my drums are not in right tune?

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Manukrishnan replied | 07 Jan

Not an easy question to answer. Depends on what is the right tune for you. In general if it sounds good then its good !!!! The best is to learn from a teacher about tuning. Also 'Research' is a good way to go about. Read articles about tuning, drummers and their choices they make for the styles they play.. Because tuning is completely personal and its good to know various techniques...  more»
Not an easy question to answer. Depends on what is the right tune for you. In general if it sounds good then its good !!!! The best is to learn from a teacher about tuning. Also 'Research' is a good way to go about. Read articles about tuning, drummers and their choices they make for the styles they play.. Because tuning is completely personal and its good to know various techniques used by professionals. YouTube has numerous videos on tuning. There you ll come across lot of good sounding drum kits for comparison and you ll have your do's and don't in basic tuning and the step by step process. «less

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

google for the sounds of the drum parts and see if you can ear tune them. Alternatively you can invest in a drum tuner which is available in analog and digital device which can help you precision tune the same.

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Tina 08 Jan in  Drums Classes

How can i choose the right drum stick?

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Manukrishnan replied | 07 Jan

If you are referring to brand or quality, there are quite a few reliable ones out there. ProMark, Vic Firth, Ahead etc are top notch comes in various ranges and sizes..Though if you looking for moderate price range Vater, Zildjian or NOVA are decent brands.
If you referring to the size of the stick, then i suggest you get comfortable with various sizes, as it will come in...  more»
If you are referring to brand or quality, there are quite a few reliable ones out there. ProMark, Vic Firth, Ahead etc are top notch comes in various ranges and sizes..Though if you looking for moderate price range Vater, Zildjian or NOVA are decent brands.
If you referring to the size of the stick, then i suggest you get comfortable with various sizes, as it will come in handy for different 'styles' and 'settings' you come across.
Normal Stick Sizes : 7,5,2 represents Small, Medium, Thick, respectively and sub categorized with A and B for Small and Big respectively. So thin to thick stick sizes will be as follows. 7A,7B,5A,5B,2A,2B. Though not all the brand will have the same scale for length and breadth.. If you want to know more about sticks in detail, then visits the sites of the brands which I've mentioned above. «less

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

stick to the 5 series if you are a beginner and see if you get the comfort of speed and stability. if you find it too heavy then go for the thinner ones like 7 series.

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Geeta 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

How to find a good drum teacher?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

join an institute based on the reviews or recommendations from people you know.

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Wesley replied | 16 Feb

Great Answer, Jesvin. To add to that, I would also go on to say that one's experience and knowlege, as both a teacher and a live musician, are also very important. Also, in terms of goals, you have to know if your goals are
1. To become musically independent and contribute in a holistic way when placed in a musical situation?
2. To just learn the drums as a solo instrument?
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Great Answer, Jesvin. To add to that, I would also go on to say that one's experience and knowlege, as both a teacher and a live musician, are also very important. Also, in terms of goals, you have to know if your goals are
1. To become musically independent and contribute in a holistic way when placed in a musical situation?
2. To just learn the drums as a solo instrument?
3. To do the grade exams?

I haven't met a single teacher till today who focuses on all three, and it seems more and more that the object of learning always falls into these three categories. My goals for my students are always point no.1.

Once you identify what your goals are, choosing a teacher becomes all the more easy. «less

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Mithun 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

Can you name some famous drummers in India?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Mithun Puthanveetil (Band : Avial), Gino Banks, Jai Row Kavi, Darshan Doshi, Jeoraj Stanley

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Ranjit Barot (how could I forget)

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Geeta 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

How much time will it take to learn drums?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Depends on how much time you are ready to invest into learning/practising it. Theory can be done within a very short period but training your body to play what your mind just understood is the time consuming "Practice" time.

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

3 months for the basics then its all on you how you pick up.

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Manshi 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What all things should i keep in mind while selecting cymbals for my drum kit?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Figure out what kind of a sound you prefer for your playing : bright, dark... Experiment different cymbals and pick the one that sounds closest to your preference

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

if you already play drums then keep listening to the sounds to buy one. if you are a beginner stick to the 101 series.

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Manshi 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are drum triggers?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Takes the notes played on an acoustic drum piece as input, and gives output from an electronic device allowing you to choose your output sound.

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Monu replied | 11 Feb

Use for electric drum kit

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Naina 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What is the difference between hand drums and kit drums?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Sticks v/s Hands

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Srikant replied | 21 Jan

Kit Drums comes with a set , like cymbals(hihats,snare,crash,ride,splash) whereas Hand drums are usually a solo instrument , not all but mostly , like Djembe .

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Naina 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are synthetic drums?

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Srikant replied | 21 Jan

Made up of a pvc material , some good companies are there such as MeinL, Remo ,Latin Percussion etc they make a good quality of Synthetic drums. May it be a djembe or a frame drum

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Dinesh 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What things to keep in mind while choosing drums?

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Reviews, Durability, Tone

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

go for a basic kit if you are starting up. dont invest in a high end kit for show off.
If you have been playing for sometime then you already know the answers.

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Dinesh 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

How can i become a professional drummer?

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Ustad Abdul Kareem Khan Sangeet Vidyalaya replied | 06 Jan

do practice more

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Jesvin replied | 07 Jan

Skill. Networking. Attitude.
All this from a drummer who is not yet a professional :D

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Mithun 06 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are the speciality of African drums?

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Sound And Silence replied | 19 Jan

African drums have a huge variety so it depends what exactly you have in mind.

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Varshika replied | 23 Feb

Well! you have a bunch of African drums to name. The specialty of the overall sound is that, it sounds a way different from the other percussion instruments. The african percussion instruments are said to be the first set of drums introduced to the world and now what we have is the modification of it. African drums is always bassy and good to hear.

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Aditya 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

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Tansen replied | 04 Mar

Most of the talented musicians can and do play multiple musical instruments and, in some cases, sing also. However, generally generally playing keyboard, it is certain, does not impose any difficulty/disqualification on playing drums. On the other hand since a keyboard player is already familiar with music, a keyboard player is that much in advantage to learn drums or any other musical instrument.

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The Metropolitan replied | 25 May

Interesting question. They are absolutely two separate genre of musical instruments. While key instruments like organ, piano, harpsichord etc. leverage on scales and harmony, drums leverage more on timing, pattern, resonance and few tones. At the heart of musical ability in a human being there are two basic senses - sense of tone and sense of rhythm. Be it a pianist or a drummer,...  more»
Interesting question. They are absolutely two separate genre of musical instruments. While key instruments like organ, piano, harpsichord etc. leverage on scales and harmony, drums leverage more on timing, pattern, resonance and few tones. At the heart of musical ability in a human being there are two basic senses - sense of tone and sense of rhythm. Be it a pianist or a drummer, a miss of tone or time is fatal to the music been played. Phil Collins is a fine example of being a great drummer, and an equally good pianist. My favorite multi instrument player is Mike Oldfield. Try and get a copy of his famous concert 'Tubular Bells'. «less

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Prakash 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

Is it necessary to put a hole in the bass drum head?

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Wesley replied | 16 Feb

It isn't necessary. You generally do it only for mic'ing. And like Godwin, you can experiment with the sound if you have a hole in your bass drum resonant head. If you were to play jazz though, it's better to have a closed head. Helps the sound be more contained and reverberant.

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Wesley replied | 16 Feb

*Like Godwin said.

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Nish 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

How many types of drums will be there in a drum kit?

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Monu replied | 11 Feb

There are lots of drums yiu can add with drums ...no limits

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Wesley replied | 16 Feb

Snare Drum, Bass Drum and Toms. They all come in different sizes and types.

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Prakash 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are the supportive gears do i need to play my electronic drum kit live?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

a mixer.

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Anu 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

Who invented drums?

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Srikant replied | 21 Jan

Drums who invented Is not recorded , it is there from the pre-historic phase , In greece or middle east the oldest used is the Framedrum which was used to play for gods and goddesses ,In India the same goes with Pakahawaj or Mrudangam or ghatam .

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Parameswaran replied | 16 Apr

Drums have been in use as a percussion support to music for several years

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Anu 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are the different styles of playing drums?

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Godwin replied | 05 Jan

Some well known styles/genres are Rock, Jazz, Blues, Reggae, and Funck. There are many styles.

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Wesley replied | 16 Feb

Pop, Rock, Funk, Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Latin (Brazilian and Afro-Cuban), World Music and Fusion. There might be more, but this is all that I can think of.

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Nish 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

Which wood is used to make the drumstick?

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Jeby replied | 08 Jan

There is Maple, which is a lighter weight wood that has excellent flexibility. Maple is great for energy absorption, meaning you will fell less of the hit in your hands.
There is Hickory, which is the most common wood with decent energy absorption and flex. Hickory is a well rounded wood.
Lastly, there is Oak, which is the densest of wood. Oak sticks will not break as...  more»
There is Maple, which is a lighter weight wood that has excellent flexibility. Maple is great for energy absorption, meaning you will fell less of the hit in your hands.
There is Hickory, which is the most common wood with decent energy absorption and flex. Hickory is a well rounded wood.
Lastly, there is Oak, which is the densest of wood. Oak sticks will not break as much, but you will feel the vibrations a lot more due to poor energy absorption. «less

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Shan Mohammed replied | 21 Mar

American Hickory is the most preferred since it is good in absorbing the vibrations . Maple (budget level), japanese oak, etc is also used.

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Meena 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

What are the different parts of a drum kit?

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Rythem replied | 06 Jan

Bass/Kick drum
Snare
Hi-Hat Cymbals
Ride Cymbal
Crash Cymbal
Toms
Floor Toms

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Godwin replied | 24 Jan

Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Hi Tom, Mid Tom, Side Tom/Floor Tom, Hi-Hats, Cymbals (Crash, Ride, Splash etc) Then each has its own stands, and pedals (Hit Hats and Bass Drum).

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Meena 05 Jan in  Drums Classes

What is the difference between wooden and steel drum shells?

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Sound And Silence replied | 19 Jan

Difference is the sound texture so the wooden shell will have a totally different sound from a steel one, again depends on what ply when it comes to wooden and what thickness is been used to.make the steel.

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Srikant replied | 23 Feb

Wooden drums has got the feel of natural acoustics , as compared to steel or brass drum shells , wooden drum shells are more of capable of producing the same amount or a balance between the high treble and high bass sounds, an appropriate balance between Low Mids and Para Mids .

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