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Best Drumlessons podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Drumlessons podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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***Named one of "The 11 Best Podcasts for Exploring Music Theory Concepts on the Go" by Soundfly. ***Named "Top 10 Music Theory Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020" by FeedSpot The DrumMantra Podcast is all about going deeper with your practice with music & drumming. The goal is to advance the listener's confidence, insight, and inspiration through discussions on topics like approaches to practice, rhythmic concepts, technique, theory, creativity, gear, and even the music business. The host, Ri ...
 
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Most drummers I recently surveyed said they didn't have a clear, concise, and organized practice routine. They also said that when they are in the practice room they have a hard time staying focused and concentration. We need to look at practice from a mental perspective as much as an actual drumming perspective. Join me in my new free master class…
 
We have all been hit with quite a blow. And when I say all, I mean the entire planet. Musicians are out of work. Schools are closed. Restaurants and bars are closed in many places around the country. Grocery stores are empty in preparation for a potential quarantine or lockdown to try to transcend this pandemic called Covid-19. I give a few tips on…
 
We all get stressed about things. Especially things that are last minute, or just around the corner from happening. One great way to deal with stress is to be prepared for whatever it is you are about to do. But not all preparation is created equal. DrumMantra Podcast was named "Top 10 Music Theory Podcasts in 2020" by Feedspot…
 
I have been creating and playing games with students for over 20 years, and this particular one has been a huge hit regardless of the level of the player. The best part of this game is its a blast to play it with another drummer. I call the game Simon and you can join in on the drumming action in this real-time lesson on creating phrases and fills.…
 
Sometimes we get frustrated because all we do is practice and we really want to be playing gigs. Sometimes we are playing so many gigs that we don't have time to practice. Is there a middle ground? Can we figure out a way to benefit from everything we do regardless of what it is? What is Practice? Everything is Practice. Let's investigate. DrumMant…
 
Principal Percussionist of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Josh Jones, was trained from an early age to be one of the greatest percussionists in the world. He is a dedicated practitioner and an extremely thoughtful, intentional musician. We discuss some very deep and insightful topics in this excellent conversation. DrumMantra Podcast was named…
 
In part 2 of this series on the rhythm of the Toronto Airport, more commonly known as YYZ (and more popularly known as the intro to the iconic tune from Rush's Moving Pictures album, also called YYZ.) I hope you enjoy my tribute to Mr. Neil Peart. DrumMantra Podcast was named "Top 10 Music Theory Podcasts in 2020" by Feedspot…
 
In honor of the great Neil Peart, I put together a lesson pack that is based on the intro to Rush's epic song, YYZ, from their album Moving Pictures. The rhythm to the intro is morse code for the Toronto Airport. Please pardon the unexpected emotional response to the untimely passing of Neil on January 7, 2020. He was an inspiration to countless dr…
 
The mind can play tricks on us. It will make us believe we aren't doing what we are, and are doing what we're not. Thinking is like a muscle - it must be developed and trained. Breathing is involuntary but is also voluntary, and thus must also be trained. Creativity comes from within, and we access it through our ability to be present. Uh oh. I for…
 
All of us do it. We wait for the inspiration to hit before we make a move. This of course only works some of the time. What do we do when we aren't inspired? Usually, we make excuses or claim it's "meant to be" that practice doesn't happen today". Building a habit requires concentration, discipline, and patience. These are developed through perseve…
 
Swiss drummer Lukas Landis is a great player, an educator, and a really cool guy. _ He was a test pilot for the DrumMantra3030 course and helped shaped it before it was released to the public. _ The other day Lukas posted a modification for Rhythmic Melodies in the Foundational Series so I decided to make it a new audio download for the book and do…
 
Getting to the practice room is hard enough. Knowing what to work on is sometimes equally as challenging, and having the discipline, patience, and focus is sometimes nearly impossible. In this episode, I give you 5 steps to organize your practice into an experience that is effective and successful.By RIch Stitzel
 
In this, the 50th episode, I present two sections of a brand-new five-part series called "Two-Way Coordination: A Primer". The goal of these exercises is to train the mind & body to pay attention to several things at once - the coordination, the relaxation, the focus, knowing where you are in the measure, the comfort, and the sound quality. We cove…
 
Steve Lyman is an amazing human. He is extremely dedicated to his craft and is driven by creativity, inspiration, and pushing the limits of his comfort zone. Steve was in town to hang with Smashing Pumpkins' drummer Jimmy Chamberlain for a few days and stopped by the DrumMantra Studio for coffee, breakfast, and nice conversation on his way to the a…
 
As the drummer for some of the greatest blues and soul artists ever, such as B.B. King, Otis Clay, Bobby Blue Bland, Etta James, and Buddy Guy, Tony Coleman amassed a great amount of knowledge about being a blues musician as well as some very cool road stories. In this episode, Tony is going to share a bunch of these stories with you besides talkin…
 
In this episode we hang out with podcaster extraordinaire Seamus Evely. The man behind Drumeo Gab - Drumeo's new podcast - joins us for a very fun interview about what he has in store for the new Drumeo Gab podcast. He also talks in detail about how he prepares for interviews with high-profile drummers and discusses bathtubs with Dave, and how to "…
 
Brian Tichy is our very special guest for this episode. The man behind the drums as a touring and/or recording artist for some of the greatest rock and metal acts of our time, including Ozzy Osbourne, Seether, Pride & Glory, Velvet Revolver, Foreigner, Slash's Snakepit, and Billy Idol, is here to chat drums, how his Bonzo Bash event came to pass, h…
 
Camille is a huge fan of anything advanced when it comes to rhythm. If it's challenging but very rhythmically rich and interesting, she'll naturally gravitate towards it. With her huge amount of experience in this field, she's the perfect musician to have a chat about the struggles, the misconceptions, and the benefits of learning advanced rhythmic…
 
Stan Bicknell has found great success on social media by posting videos of his practice sessions on Instagram. With thousands of followers and a lot of experience running his social-media presence, Stan has acquired a great deal of knowledge that he's going to share with you in this episode. As a bonus, Stan is also going to share some tips about h…
 
In this episode I just straight into presenting, discussing, analyzing, and demonstrating the 5:4 polymeter as used in a brand new exercise from my book, The Foundational Series. This advanced modification to Rhythmic Melodies Section III will dismantle your neural net and replace it with a new shiny mapping, but not without first turning your brai…
 
How do you maintain high energy, focus, and drive but also remain patient? In this episode, I recap the last two weeks of craziness and then reflect on a concept that I feel is very important in developing a strong foundation in any discipline. Longevity requires hard work, intense enthusiasm, and patience.…
 
Dennis Chambers is a legendary drummer who has recorded and performed with artists such as Santana, Steely Dan, Parliament/Funkadelic, John Scofield, John McLaughlin, and Mike Stern. If you always wanted to learn more about his inspirations, what got him into drumming and what he practiced when first starting out, this is an interview you can't mis…
 
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