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Drummer101.com is an online resource for drummers that are interested in developing their drumming abilities. We encourage you to watch the lessons available here on this website, as well as check out our Forum page to ask questions whenever and from wherever you are. Our site features online video drum lessons using multiple cameras so you can see exactly how something is done, support from our highly qualified instructor, Kevin Prince, and much more. Are you looking for step-by-step video lessons? Take a few minutes to look at what Drummer 101 has to offer. In a user friendly format and through in-depth instruction, Drummer 101 will help you expand your drumming abilities. Whether you're an experienced player or just starting out, Drummer 101 is designed to elevate every drummer's level of knowledge. Our goal is to introduce you to new techniques and patterns that will become your next step in becoming the drummer you want to be.
Lately, I have found myself interested in exploring unconventional ways of presenting a standard solo percussion recital. Having performed countless student-based recitals using traditional formatting (entrance, applause, performance, applause, exit…repeat, repeat, repeat), I sought to introduce new ways of interacting with my audience through “alternative” programming, venues, and presentation format.
I hope everyone is enjoying the new design! It has taken several months in planning and development - and we're really proud of the new look and functionality. If you have any comments or suggestions, here's your opportunity to share!
Whether you're a performer or teacher, the key to getting attention in the oversaturated internet is to having good quality video. The trick is how to produce professional looking video without spending a fortune. I'll clue you into a few little tricks that I've learned in the past several years of producing video for the Vic Firth website.