As drummers we have infinite amounts of choices when it comes to what we have to work on: Practicing, networking, writing, getting gigs, starting a band, touring, technique, hands, feet, etc. The list is endless. Depending on where you are in your career, what your goals are and how much time you have can determine what is the best use of your time and effort. This session will give you some insight into what I’ve done over the years to not only regain my focus but also give me the greatest return on my investment of time and energy.
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Musicians Institute: Musicians Institute (MI) is the official education partner of Drummer’s Resource. Located in the heart of Hollywood, CA, (where they’ve been since 1977) MI boats world class faculty, recording studios, curriculum and events for the aspiring musician. MI offers a chance to learn everything you need to create a successful music career by showing you how to get not only your drumming chops together but also your business and tech chops together too. Learn more at MI.edu