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Answered on 01 May Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

How can I find a teacher to learn Indian classical song.

World Music Conservatory And Ovya Art Academy

Hi Hriday, Greetings from World Music Conservatory !!! World Music Conservatory provides complete and thorough musical training for students across Bangalore. You can learn a number of Indian and Western instruments with us including guitar, piano, drums, vocals (classical and contemporary), violin... read more

Hi Hriday,

Greetings from World Music Conservatory !!!
 
World Music Conservatory provides complete and thorough musical training for students across Bangalore. You can learn a number of Indian and Western instruments with us including guitar, piano, drums, vocals (classical and contemporary), violin and flute among others. Apart from just academic learning, our teaching methods ensure that the fun and inspiring aspect of music is never lost on students.

After all, music is considered one of the most beautiful arts and we do want to foster this inspiration within our students. So we have a very holistic approach to music education that combines individual lessons, band training and jam sessions. There is also a dedicated jam room and studio to help students hone their skills. Our students are also encouraged from a performance point of view and are given opportunities to perform regularly in Bangalore.
 
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Lesson Posted on 10/02/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Basic rudiments

Darryl Tamu

I am playing drum since 15 years. I have graduated in drum from Calcutta School Of Music (Trinity London...

R- right hand, L-left hand Single stroke-RLRLRLRL Double stroke- RRLLRRLL Paradiddle- RLRR LRLL
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Lesson Posted on 06/01/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Introdoction to the Art of Drumming for Absolute Beginners

Jay Aditya Kusuma

I have been teaching guitar for three years and drums for a year now. I only teach one student per class....

Ever found yourself tapping your feet to a song that's stuck in your head? There you go, you have the potential to be an awesome drummer! As someone who can play 3 instruments very well, I'm telling you, drums is the easiest musical instrument to master. It's not as abstract as violin or complicated... read more

Ever found yourself tapping your feet to a song that's stuck in your head? There you go, you have the potential to be an awesome drummer! As someone who can play 3 instruments very well, I'm telling you, drums is the easiest musical instrument to master. It's not as abstract as violin or complicated as a guitar. Also, the demand for drummers is pretty high.

Almost any song is gonna sound better with drums.

You can practice your rhythm anywhere at anytime. On your commute to your office in the train or a bus, on the way to your school, when you're walking, jogging, talking, (I would'nt reccommend while driving, though). All you gotta do is stick your earphones in your ears, put on your favorite music, and start tapping your feet and playing the air drums.

Practice on an actual drum set for at least twice a week. With proper guidance within 2 to 4 weeks you can butt in into any jam session or a band, whip out your drum sticks and start playing with the other guys. Within 2-3 hours of practice you'll be able to play the basic rhythm to almost any song. The kind of complexity you wanna achieve is then totaly gonna depend on your practice but I assure you, once you get the hang of it, which is gonna take about four/five days, your path is gonna be on a smooth downhill. With every half an hour, you'll be learning a new trick.

Listen to the drum track of your favorite songs. Listen. Not just hear. Just how you can recall a tune of a song, you should be able to recal the beat of a song. Playing drums to recent pop songs is a piece of cake. To play like Rob Bourdon from Linkin park or your Maroon 5, Bruno mars, all it takes is a couple weeks of practice and you're there. The pace with which you play the rhythm however depends ONLY on practice. Practice your hold on the sticks, practice the basic 8/8 beat with both your hands (More about it on "Time signatures") everyday for 10 minutes. Your speed will improve in a spectacualrly short periods of time.

However, The secret to becoming the best out there has always been motivation and Practice. You can learn and play a little every week just to show off (No judging, it's fun!) or you can practice regularly, have fun and become a mentionworthy player.

 

Next Lesson, I'll be teaching you how to use a metronome and play to it. Peace out :)

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Lesson Posted on 25/11/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

drums basic

Kamlesh Sagar

He is full time musician in pune. He is working in music since 2007 and started as a singer have recorded...

Your First Drum Beat Let's get starting by learning the most basic beat. As simple as this groove is - it is still popular in todays rock music. More importantly, it is the foundation of many rock beats you will be learning over the coming weeks and months. ... read more

Your First Drum Beat

Let's get starting by learning the most basic beat. As simple as this groove is - it is still popular in todays rock music. More importantly, it is the foundation of many rock beats you will be learning over the coming weeks and months. 

beginner beat

 

This beat really only uses three moving limbs. Your left foot rests on the hi-hat pedal keeping it closed, but doesn't have to play anything else. The structure is built around the four hi-hat strokes with your lead hand (right hand if right handed, left hand if left handed).

Start by just playing the hi-hat part of the beat with your lead hand. Count out loud as you play - one, two, three, four. Start out slow, and add the kick drum on the one and three counts. Play this for a while until it feels comfortable.

Then, remove the kick drum and just play the hi-hats again. Add in the snare drum on beats two and four, and keep this steady for a while. Really focus on keeping the four hi-hat strokes steady and even.

When you feel you are ready - add in all elements. Remember to KEEP COUNTING out loud. This is very important, as it will help you keep track of where you are in the beat, and will assist in keeping time.

Drum Beat Variation #1

Here is a simple variation on the first beat. All that is changing is that the bass drum is being played on all four counts with the hi-hats. This is a great way to start developing limb independence.

If you are having any difficulty - just start out with the hi-hats and add one element at a time until you can play it consistently and a steady pace.

beginner beat 1

 

Once you can play this groove with confidence - try playing the original beat and then change to this beat without stopping. Continue counting out loud, and make a smooth transition from beat to beat.

You can play the first one four times and then play this four times, or just switch off after one through each beat. You make the call. Mix it up and just have fun!

Drum Beat Variation #2

When you are ready to move on to the next challenge - you can try this next beat. It is very similar to the original beat, but moves the pattern a quarter of a beat. In other words, instead of counting the the snare on two and four, you now count the bass drum on those counts.

The beat will sound identical, but the counting changes how it relates to each measure, and in turn, how it will relate to a band or playalong.

beginner beat 2

 

Once you are able to count this out loud as you play it - go back and try playing it in transition with the other patterns you've learned. Develop the ability to move from beat to beat while playing steady and continuous quarter notes on the hi-hats.

 

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Lesson Posted on 24/11/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Importance of technique

Glen Paul Gonsalves

Trinity Grade 8 (Drums) certified and Former student of 'Vlad' Jayesh (Bangalore Drum Academy). Certified...

Proper hand/foot technique along with correct posture/balance on the drum throne is an important aspect when it comes to drumming. This gives you the advantage of being able to freely express yourself on the drumset without tiring or hurting yourself. Join me on skype to see how this will help you in... read more

Proper hand/foot technique along with correct posture/balance on the drum throne is an important aspect when it comes to drumming. This gives you the advantage of being able to freely express yourself on the drumset without tiring or hurting yourself. Join me on skype to see how this will help you in your playing.

 

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Answered on 27 Mar Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Yes definitely if he is interested then you can proceed
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Answered on 27 Mar Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

per class 200
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Answered on 27 Mar Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Depends upon the kid.Some kids can sit for the classes at the age of 2 itself
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Answered on 27 Mar Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Find the best teacher for the Drums in your location. Spend more time in learning and practising and try to attend the events and shows and try to accompany your Drums guru for his programs
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