Today I share something you can do very quickly and easily that will not only help you get more enjoyment from playing to a click track but will also help you play with more feel alongside a click track.
I’ve been in a lot of great bands in my career. I’ve also played with some truly terrible ones. So what do you do when you find yourself on stage with musicians who maybe aren’t as self-aware as you’d like them to be?
One of the most common questions I get is about how I tune my drums. I wanted to give some really specific info about the method I currently use to tune my toms. I hope this helps!
What happens when you go to a gig prepared to use a click track, but it turns out: you can’t?
Here are a couple of tips for choosing new drum heads. Including how to prioritize the unique features of different drum heads and find the one that’s right for you!
Today we’ll talk about a few of the signs I look for when deciding it’s time to change out my drum heads…
I’m back!… and better than ever? Maybe- you be judge. Also, I give a quick update on Boom Click Boot Camp!
Today we’ll talk about how to become a more dependable drummer- which is the number one contributing factor to my success as a drummer.
Another crucial part of worship drumming is playing with dynamics. Not only loud and soft, but working out how we incorporate the INTENSITY of our playing into all dynamic levels.
One of 3 core traits I believe every great worship drummer should strive for- sensitivity can go a REALLY long way in improving the worship experience for everyone in your church.