I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing over 200 of the world’s greatest drummers and they all have different practice routines. Some are very regimented, some are very loose and many are in between. This podcast breaks down some of the routines that I’ve heard over the course of the interviews and ones that stood out as ideas to try.
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DW Drums: I’ve been playing DW for years…not only because they make high-quality, handcrafted drums but because they support and foster drumming initiatives all over the wold, much like this podcast. I’m thrilled to announce that DW has signed on to support Drummer’s Reosource for 2016! Be sure to check them out today and DWDrums.com.
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