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The Practice of Practice

March 20, 2014 11:24 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

We have all been told that practice makes perfect and to achieve perfection one must practice for hours everyday. I am not about to say that I have a quick fix that will lessen your practice time but I do have a method that will improve your chances of achieving your goals.

Rudiment Lesson Series: Flam Drag

March 26, 2012 1:43 pm in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player. Also included are play-along tracks for the rudiment AND rudimental application exercise to help you achieve your goals.

Rudiment Lesson Series: Inverted Flam Tap

March 19, 2012 9:31 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player.

Zoro / “The Big Gig”: THE FOUR T’S OF A MASTER MUSICIAN

March 14, 2012 11:57 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

There are many aspects of musicianship you must develop in order to master your instrument and become a great performer. Much of the challenge lies in knowing what exactly you should be working on. The following are what I refer to as the four T’s of a master musician: time, technique, touch, and taste. for a musician, these sensory perceptions are the equivalent of the universal five senses (sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell) that we use to receive and transmit information about our world.

Rudiment Lessons: Ratamacues

March 9, 2012 10:59 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player.

Rudiment Lessons: Flam Paradiddle-diddle

March 2, 2012 2:09 pm in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player.

Rudiment Lesson Series: Double Drag

February 23, 2012 10:28 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player.

Rudiment Lesson Series: Pataflafla

February 16, 2012 9:48 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player.

Rudiment Lesson Series: Flam Paradiddle

February 9, 2012 9:23 am in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

Rudiment Lesson Series: Triple Stroke Roll

February 1, 2012 5:13 pm in Concert, Drumset, Marching by Web Team

In this new video lesson series, Dr. John Wooton will introduce each of the 40 Essential Rudiments. Along with a basic explanation, Dr. Wooton will give you tips on how to improve your playing, as well as how to apply the rudiments – whether you are a marching percussionist, concert percussionist or drumset player. Also included are play-along tracks for the rudiment AND rudimental application exercise to help you achieve your goals.