Each month a randomly selected winner will receive 12 FREE drum lessons at their chosen local drum shop or music store – paid for by the PMC….
Consumers can enter the International Drum Month contest through the www.PlayDrums.com website. Monthly winners will be randomly chosen beginning in May and continuing through…
Now more than ever it’s time for drummers to keep playing. So, to help the global drumming community stay active and engaged during the COVID-19 outbreak, Drum Channel is giving away 1,000 “DC Free” memberships. These memberships include 30-days of unlimited access to all the content in the Drum Channel vault: Lessons, Courses, Secrets from […]
Latin Percussion’s (LP) We Are Rhythm Podcast, is a new way to listen to and learn more about the world of percussion with some of the most distinguished and respected musicians in the business interviewed across 30 episodes. The We Are Rhythm Podcast is free at www.lpmusic.com/listen. Created to inform and inspire, the podcast library is available […]
Earth Celebration is a huge drum festival hosted by the globetrotting drum group Kodo. This year’s festival will be held August 16-18 on Sado Island.
Rich Redmond of the Jason Aldean band dropped by Subcat Studios (Syracuse, NY) to share his insights for music success with Chuck Schiele and Csssidy Vienese of Making Music Magazine community. Immediately following this interview, Rich shuffled off to soundcheck.
Roland Meinl founded Meinl Percussion in 1951. Based in Gutenstetten, Germany, the company is a leading manufacturer of cymbals and other percussion instruments. In addition to its sterling reputation for making cymbals out of different alloys, Meinl is noted for its fiberglass congas and plywood gongs—modern innovations in materials and manufacture.
For a novice drummer, tuning drums can seem like a mystery. But there’s good news. For a start, unlike guitars or pianos, drums can be tuned to any pitch you wish. And, if tuned properly, any kit can be made to sound like Ginger Baker’s. All you need is patience, practice, and the following pointers