Learn To Play The Drums Virtually
We use a three camera system during our remote online lesson which offers views of the front, side and pedals on the teachers drum set...see images below.
In any given lesson, emphasis is usually placed on: technique, rudiments, theory, ear training, time keeping, performing skills, adapting to different styles, and feels. Styles taught include: Rock, Metal, Double Bass, Progressive, Blues, Pop, Jazz, Country, Funk, Reggae and Latin.
Virtual Lesson Requirements:
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Click on an image below to see the studio's virtual camera layout.
I wanted to write you to tell you what an incredible job you're doing with Alex. He is having such a great time and truly enjoys his lessons with you. Even though I don't know a whole lot about music, I can tell his playing's improved! You've been able to connect with him in a way we haven't seen before and it's truly affecting Alex in a positive way. We can't thank you enough. Keep up the great work! Thanks.
Monica and David Schlatter
I'm about 80% finished with our bands first CD and I want to send you a copy. Also special thanks for helping me realize one of my greatest dreams. Thank you! Our band is doing great and people are loving our music. We have been able to book 8 gigs in the next 6-weeks without so much as a phone call. We are enjoying a great reputation. Larry, I know you are a pretty humble guy but, I absolutely would not be in this wonderful position without you. Thanks again.
Larry, I had a great time leaning from you. As I mentioned before, I think you are an excellent teacher. I leaned so much in the past 6 weeks and am very pleased with the results. James also thinks I've made a great improvement, and that's a real good thing since he has to listen to my playing all the time! With my coordination skills, drumming is often very challenging. But, it's been so much fun, and I think I owe that to your good teaching technique of combining enough fun and challenge in each practice. Thanks again.