We’re musicians and we’re always on the go which means it may be tough to always get behind a kit to practice. Luckily, there are ways we can practice without a kit but what’s rare is something we can practice without a practice pad, sticks or any type of drumming gear…all you need is your hands. Ronen Gordon, instructor at Musicians Institute, breaks down a simple exercise to help you improve your time and feel that you can do on the road, on a plane, or anywhere else you can think of.
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