Playing with Your Drums provides an enlightening and fun discussion of common issues facing every drummer. The one-hour-and-20-minute program discusses the ins and outs of setting up and getting comfortable on your drumset. Joined by a panel of 3 other professional drummers, Derek Roddy delves into detail on important (yet often overlooked) topics such as seat height, position/angle of the drums, using your available space on stage, setting up your pedals, creating an ergonomic setup, proper positioning of your hardware, placement of the hi-hat, how to position your toms, and even the importance and proper use of a drum carpet. Everything youve always wanted to know about creating your ideal setup is included on this DVD!
"Learn and Master" is award-winning multi-media series, offering a comprehensive home learning system, progressing from beginner to advanced levels of skill and expertise. With professional instruction in an easy-to-use DVD-based format along with play-along CDs, an instruction book, and online support, this package will guide aspiring musicians and dancers every step of the way. Until now, this product was only available directly from the publisher. This is the first time it will be available through stores. Attractive packaging and a great value for amount of content make this a very attractive product. "Learn and Master Drums" - features 12 DVDs, 5 Jam - along CDs and 100 and more page lesson book.
Mixing live drums is not easy. With all those mics, tracks and bleed it’s hard to get each part of the kit sounding punchy, clean and clear! And once they sound good, then there’s the issue of getting them all sounding together as one solid unit!
In Revolutionary America, Gil Martin takes his new wife Lana back to his farm in upstate New York. The area is remote and a distance from the fort but they are happy living in their one room cabin. With the declaration independence, the settlers soon find themselves at war with the British and their Indian allies. Their farm is burned out and the Martins take work with Sarah McKlennar. The war continues however as the Martins try to make a new life.
David Moore is in East Africa to get to his employer's railway construction site. He's accompanied by the owner's son Brian and they've lined up Jack Cuortemayn, reputedly the best guide available, to take them there. Cuortemayn refuses as he doesn't care for the impact the railroad will have on the local inhabitants. While Moore tries to make other arrangements, he meets Ruth Knight who has lived there for many years working with her father in a medical clinic. There will be adventures along the way but when Ruth is captured by slave traders, its up to the others to rescue her.