Top Tips For Practicing drums

Top Tips For Practicing drums

This week we are back with some top tips for practicing drums from Team Collision!

Drumming is a lot harder than it looks. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. To be on top of your game in music, sport, or any discipline takes patience, dedication, and determination. And drumming is no different from learning other musical instruments, and it’s not easier—it just looks that way.

Both professional and hobby drummers put in hours to hone their skills. Like any musical instrument, it’s a long road to proficiency and expertise. Here are some of the top tips from drummers all over the world to help beginners improve their technique.

This week we are talking about drum practice.

One: Have a plan. Schedule out your practice time and what exactly you will be working on. Manage your time to make the most of what you are working on.

Two: Make it known what you are practicing and promote the challenge. Let people know about it.

Three: Be consistent and patient. Developing skill sets takes time.

Start as you mean to go on and keep that passion for drumming alive, whether your hero is the legends that are Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, John Bonham, or Roger Taylor.

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