Lucas

How many minutes to practice: 15-30mins a day

What to practice: This week Lucas I want you to keep working on the beginning beat to Back in Black. Here is the UPDATED TRANSCRIPTION

How to practice effectively: Here is the link to my video to help: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QvqQnDLBEEbmT5PpdQBIdVcixSIZ0CcI/view?usp=sharing
Start by playing the normal beat a few times. Then try the fill without the bass drum. Then add in the bass drum. Then add the crash at the end and practice re-starting the beat. It may be tricky but I know that you can do it! This week focus on getting the fill connected with the rest of the beat.

 

Jonah

How many minutes to practice: 30mins a day

What to practice: This week Jonah I want you to continue working on Immigrant Song by Led Zepplin. Heres a video of someone playing it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXKGPa1CW5Y&ab_channel=MaximiliamAndersson. Also try getting the fill we worked on tonight a little bit quicker, here is the music for that.

How to practice effectively: For this song, try to catch the drum beat by ear. It doesn’t change to much in the beginning but its a powerful groove that takes a lot of energy! For the fill, focus on doing it slowly at first and making sure all the notes are even, then try doing it faster while still keeping everything even and in time.

Awesome job jumping into this today!

 

Samson

How many minutes to practice: 30 mins a day

What to practice: This week Samson I want you to work on the Lesson 11 beats

 How to practice effectively: These beats will really help develop some new skills and open up your vocabulary. I know you’re busy right now but just take a little bit of time this week to try and go through a couple of these beats slowly.

Great seeing you today, good luck with your projects this month!

 

Sam

How many minutes to practice: 30 mins a day

What to practice: This week Sam focus on getting through to the last section of Heart Don’t Stand a Chance from the Anderson .Paak Tiny Desk concert.

How to practice effectively: I think you’re at a good place with this song. Just keep going through that middle bit and learning how much time is in between the spaces. For that tricky fill we covered today, try working out you bass drum foot with these beats: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GDjDb81HaLkwICOl6s-v0VX_ShO2q3j7/view?usp=sharing

Have fun at prom pt. 2 this weekend!!

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