Drummers I Like Podcast https://www.drummersilike.net The Drummers I Like network features 5 episodes a week focused on the many different elements of the Drumming spectrum. From weekly interviews with professional drummers, business owners, and entrepreneurs to drum lessons, career guidance, and gear reviews. Join Richard, Kevin, J.C. and Scott each week for a brand new drum related show and don’t forget to subscribe! Mon, 18 Dec 2017 06:30:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.4 The Drummers I Like network features 5 episodes a week focused on the many different elements of the Drumming spectrum. From weekly interviews with professional drummers, business owners, and entrepreneurs to drum lessons, career guidance, and gear reviews. Join Richard, Kevin, J.C. and Scott each week for a brand new drum related show and don’t forget to subscribe! Drummers I Like LLC yes episodic Drummers I Like LLC richducat@gmail.com richducat@gmail.com (Drummers I Like LLC) Drummers I Like Drummers I Like Podcast http://www.drummersilike.net/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/DILPODCAST2017.jpg https://www.drummersilike.net richducat@gmail.com The Drummers I Like network features 5 episodes a week focused on the many different elements of the Drumming spectrum. From weekly interviews with professional drummers, Business owners, and entrepreneurs to drum lessons, career guidance, and gear reviews. Join Richard, Kevin, J.C. and Scott each week for a brand new drum related show and don’t forget to subscribe! #77: Mike Ciprari - The Stepping Stones To Success https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast77/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 15 Dec 2017 09:00:35 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4914 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast77/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast77/feed/ 0 What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Mike Ciprari, Co-founder of SJC drums and the epitome of what we here at Drummers I Like consider a true "drumtrepreneur".  Coming from an Entrepreneurial family that had plenty of experience creating success Mike was built from the ground up to handle the serious up's and down's of business. From creating his first warehouse for drum building in his grandma's basement to sneaking into Vans Warped Tour for almost two weeks straight pretending to be a paying vendor Mike has done it all. On today's show, we really dig deep into Mike's background, SJC's rise to success, his journey being on the television show the Profit and everything he learned from super entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis. About our guest: Mike Ciprari is the Co-founder of SJC drums, an entrepreneur, and most importantly a loving Father and Husband. His work ethic and attention to detail for each and everyone of his customers has been the beating heart behind SJC drums and their rapid growth over the last 15 years. Key Points from today's episode: You've got to trust your instinct: Mike takes us back to the beginning days of his musical career as he found punk rock, fell in love with 311 and started to invest his adolescent time into understanding the in's and outs of starting his first punk band. Take me away from the norm: As he and his brother grew up it was a true competitive spirit that defined their ability to truly succeed when two brilliant minds started building the company that would change the percussion game for the better. You got to come original: Mike takes up deep into his experience on The Profit, meeting Marcus Lemonis and refresh being on that show really gave him. Something that really stands out in this section is Mike's deep appreciation towards the idea that when he met Marcus it felt like his journey had just begun. Mike was hands down one of my favorite guests of all time as we truly bridged the gap between drummer and business owner gauging a true understanding of what it takes to an entrepreneur and most importantly a drumtrepreneur BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE... Head over to our Instagram to enter to win a Paramount snare from SJC drums  Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels! Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links to Mike Ciprari Facebook Instagram Links for SJC Drums Facebook Website Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Last week's episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube What’s up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Mike Ciprari, Co-founder of SJC drums and the epitome of what we here at Drummers I Like consider a true “drumtrepreneur”.  Coming from an Entrepreneurial family that had plenty of experience creating success Mike was built from the ground up to handle the serious up’s and down’s of business. From creating his first warehouse for drum building in his grandma’s basement to sneaking into Vans Warped Tour for almost two weeks straight pretending to be a paying vendor Mike has done it all. On today’s show, we really dig deep into Mike’s background, SJC’s rise to success, his journey being on the television show the Profit and everything he learned from super entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis.

About our guest:

Mike Ciprari is the Co-founder of SJC drums, an entrepreneur, and most importantly a loving Father and Husband. His work ethic and attention to detail for each and everyone of his customers has been the beating heart behind SJC drums and their rapid growth over the last 15 years.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • You’ve got to trust your instinct: Mike takes us back to the beginning days of his musical career as he found punk rock, fell in love with 311 and started to invest his adolescent time into understanding the in’s and outs of starting his first punk band.
  • Take me away from the norm: As he and his brother grew up it was a true competitive spirit that defined their ability to truly succeed when two brilliant minds started building the company that would change the percussion game for the better.
  • You got to come original: Mike takes up deep into his experience on The Profit, meeting Marcus Lemonis and refresh being on that show really gave him. Something that really stands out in this section is Mike’s deep appreciation towards the idea that when he met Marcus it felt like his journey had just begun.

Mike was hands down one of my favorite guests of all time as we truly bridged the gap between drummer and business owner gauging a true understanding of what it takes to an entrepreneur and most importantly a drumtrepreneur

BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE…

Head over to our Instagram to enter to win a Paramount snare from SJC drums 

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. If you can’t leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
  3. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

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What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Mike Ciprari, Co-founder of SJC drums and the epitome of what we here at Drummers I Like consider a true "drumtrepreneur".


About our guest:

Mike Ciprari is the Co-founder of SJC drums, an entrepreneur, and most importantly a loving Father and Husband. His work ethic and attention to detail for each and everyone of his customers has been the beating heart behind SJC drums and their rapid growth over the last 15 years.

Key Points from today's episode:

* You've got to trust your instinct: Mike takes us back to the beginning days of his musical career as he found punk rock, fell in love with 311 and started to invest his adolescent time into understanding the in's and outs of starting his first punk band.
* Take me away from the norm: As he and his brother grew up it was a true competitive spirit that defined their ability to truly succeed when two brilliant minds started building the company that would change the percussion game for the better.
* You got to come original: Mike takes up deep into his experience on The Profit, meeting Marcus Lemonis and refresh being on that show really gave him. Something that really stands out in this section is Mike's deep appreciation towards the idea that when he met Marcus it felt like his journey had just begun.

Mike was hands down one of my favorite guests of all time as we truly bridged the gap between drummer and business owner gauging a true understanding of what it takes to an entrepreneur and most importantly a drumtrepreneur

BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE...

Head over to our Instagram to enter to win a Paramount snare from SJC drums 

Here's how to enter.

Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
* If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
* Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

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The Daily FIll: Protect your future success with guest Devin Ingelido https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill119/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 13 Dec 2017 10:00:22 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4895 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill119/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill119/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Now Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! WHATS UP DRUMTREPRENEURS! Today we chat with a very close friend of mine, a serious inspiration, and a big part of the reason I had opportunities in the music industry. @devjent gets into some pretty dirty details as he breaks down the pitfalls he endured and the protection he didn’t give himself when he decided to sign his life away for an opportunity that was not what he expected. Big Points from today's show: The Deal of a lifetime: Devin breaks down the story behind his swift rise to stardom as he wheeled and dealed with some of the industries biggest power players. Read the Fine Print: Devin gives us some insight into contractual obligations and learning to read people in the moment. He emphasizes that artists need to keep emotions aside and really focus on the fine print if they want true career longevity. Paying it forward: I dig deep into the passions involved with Devin's career change and decision to start managing and guiding up and coming artists. Our hopes with today's show were to give our drumtrepreneurs a true insight into what happens when you don't cover your tracks and protect yourself from the bigger challenges that may come with any decision you make in this extremely volatile industry. I want to thank Devin once again for coming on and telling his story to our listeners and allowing us some real insight into the darker side of the music industry. Since those days Devin has spent his time coaching bands and artists on the methods and practices behind the bands of today. His true passion to help guide others from making the same mistakes he did and truly show them a path to success and growth in this ever-evolving music industry. The Weekly Challenge: Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Devin's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free coaching session with Devin, a free pair of drumsticks, and a month of free coaching with yours truly! Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels! Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Welcome to the Now Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

WHATS UP DRUMTREPRENEURS! Today we chat with a very close friend of mine, a serious inspiration, and a big part of the reason I had opportunities in the music industry. @devjent gets into some pretty dirty details as he breaks down the pitfalls he endured and the protection he didn’t give himself when he decided to sign his life away for an opportunity that was not what he expected.

Big Points from today’s show:

The Deal of a lifetime: Devin breaks down the story behind his swift rise to stardom as he wheeled and dealed with some of the industries biggest power players.

Read the Fine Print: Devin gives us some insight into contractual obligations and learning to read people in the moment. He emphasizes that artists need to keep emotions aside and really focus on the fine print if they want true career longevity.

Paying it forward: I dig deep into the passions involved with Devin’s career change and decision to start managing and guiding up and coming artists.

Our hopes with today’s show were to give our drumtrepreneurs a true insight into what happens when you don’t cover your tracks and protect yourself from the bigger challenges that may come with any decision you make in this extremely volatile industry. I want to thank Devin once again for coming on and telling his story to our listeners and allowing us some real insight into the darker side of the music industry. Since those days Devin has spent his time coaching bands and artists on the methods and practices behind the bands of today. His true passion to help guide others from making the same mistakes he did and truly show them a path to success and growth in this ever-evolving music industry.

The Weekly Challenge:

Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Devin’s tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free coaching session with Devin, a free pair of drumsticks, and a month of free coaching with yours truly!

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. If you can’t leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
  3. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

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]]> Welcome to the Now Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! WHATS UP DRUMTREPRENEURS! Welcome to the Now Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
WHATS UP DRUMTREPRENEURS! Today we chat with a very close friend of mine, a serious inspiration, and a big part of the reason I had opportunities in the music industry. @devjent gets into some pretty dirty details as he breaks down the pitfalls he endured and the protection he didn’t give himself when he decided to sign his life away for an opportunity that was not what he expected.

Big Points from today's show:

The Deal of a lifetime: Devin breaks down the story behind his swift rise to stardom as he wheeled and dealed with some of the industries biggest power players.

Read the Fine Print: Devin gives us some insight into contractual obligations and learning to read people in the moment. He emphasizes that artists need to keep emotions aside and really focus on the fine print if they want true career longevity.

Paying it forward: I dig deep into the passions involved with Devin's career change and decision to start managing and guiding up and coming artists.

Our hopes with today's show were to give our drumtrepreneurs a true insight into what happens when you don't cover your tracks and protect yourself from the bigger challenges that may come with any decision you make in this extremely volatile industry. I want to thank Devin once again for coming on and telling his story to our listeners and allowing us some real insight into the darker side of the music industry. Since those days Devin has spent his time coaching bands and artists on the methods and practices behind the bands of today. His true passion to help guide others from making the same mistakes he did and truly show them a path to success and growth in this ever-evolving music industry.

The Weekly Challenge:
Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Devin's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free coaching session with Devin, a free pair of drumsticks, and a month of free coaching with yours truly!
Here's how to enter.

Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
* If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
* Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Get a free Coaching call with Me:
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com
-
ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join
Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY
Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily task...]]>
Drummers I Like LLC 119 yes 36:11 Daily Fill #118: Drum Lessons – Organize Your Practice Time https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill118/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 11 Dec 2017 08:01:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4884 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill118/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill118/feed/ 0 Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week's episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott explains how to stay focused while you are practicing to make sure your mind stays SHARP and FOCUSED the entire time you practice each day! Breaking up your practice time into smaller or larger time segments is a great process to have in your practice routine. Each day the amount of time you spend on a concept might change, however; the key here is to organize that time. This organization of time into segments will keep your mind focused. How? Why? Well, because our mind is wired to detect nuance, so if we are changing up what we practice ever 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes. This will help our brain stay IN the moment so we don't get side tracked. As drummers, it is easy to get distracted or be overwhelmed with what to do. Well, this concept of creating Time Segments for your Practice will help you not feel so overwhelmed. Also, it might take sometime to create longer segments for yourself just remember to put away any distractions that will get in the way of your practice. The reason longer segments may take time is you have to train your mind to focus for that amount of time Key Points From Today's Lesson: 1. 5 Areas of Practice: Technique, Coordination, Fills/Solo Chops, Improvise, Recording Analysis 2. Analyze Recordings: Remember to set aside time to analyze your recordings 3. Take Short Breaks: In between each segment, remember to take a short 2-5 minute break to reset the mind. That is it for today's lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard   Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week’s episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott explains how to stay focused while you are practicing to make sure your mind stays SHARP and FOCUSED the entire time you practice each day!

Breaking up your practice time into smaller or larger time segments is a great process to have in your practice routine. Each day the amount of time you spend on a concept might change, however; the key here is to organize that time. This organization of time into segments will keep your mind focused. How? Why? Well, because our mind is wired to detect nuance, so if we are changing up what we practice ever 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes. This will help our brain stay IN the moment so we don’t get side tracked. As drummers, it is easy to get distracted or be overwhelmed with what to do. Well, this concept of creating Time Segments for your Practice will help you not feel so overwhelmed. Also, it might take sometime to create longer segments for yourself just remember to put away any distractions that will get in the way of your practice. The reason longer segments may take time is you have to train your mind to focus for that amount of time

Key Points From Today’s Lesson:

1. 5 Areas of Practice: Technique, Coordination, Fills/Solo Chops, Improvise, Recording Analysis

2. Analyze Recordings: Remember to set aside time to analyze your recordings

3. Take Short Breaks: In between each segment, remember to take a short 2-5 minute break to reset the mind.

That is it for today’s lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week's episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott explains how to stay focused while you are practicing to make sure your mind stays SHARP and FOCUSED the entire time you practice each day!
Breaking up your practice time into smaller or larger time segments is a great process to have in your practice routine. Each day the amount of time you spend on a concept might change, however; the key here is to organize that time. This organization of time into segments will keep your mind focused. How? Why? Well, because our mind is wired to detect nuance, so if we are changing up what we practice ever 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes. This will help our brain stay IN the moment so we don't get side tracked. As drummers, it is easy to get distracted or be overwhelmed with what to do. Well, this concept of creating Time Segments for your Practice will help you not feel so overwhelmed. Also, it might take sometime to create longer segments for yourself just remember to put away any distractions that will get in the way of your practice. The reason longer segments may take time is you have to train your mind to focus for that amount of time



Key Points From Today's Lesson:

1. 5 Areas of Practice: Technique, Coordination, Fills/Solo Chops, Improvise, Recording Analysis

2. Analyze Recordings: Remember to set aside time to analyze your recordings

3. Take Short Breaks: In between each segment, remember to take a short 2-5 minute break to reset the mind.

That is it for today's lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Last Friday's Podcast 

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#76: Fork’s Drum Closet, Updates, and 2018 news https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast76/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 08 Dec 2017 10:00:54 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4874 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast76/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast76/feed/ 0 What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are catching everyone up on the details of our recent 2-week show hiatus and Richards recent vacation time spent hitting up Fork's Drum Closet in Nashville, TN. We also get into some of the key updates Drummers I Like will be making as we move into the year of the Drumtrepreneur A.K.A. 2018! That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links to Fork's Drum Closet Website Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube What’s up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are catching everyone up on the details of our recent 2-week show hiatus and Richards recent vacation time spent hitting up Fork’s Drum Closet in Nashville, TN. We also get into some of the key updates Drummers I Like will be making as we move into the year of the Drumtrepreneur A.K.A. 2018!

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

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Last Friday’s Podcast 

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website

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What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are catching everyone up on the details of our recent 2-week show hiatus and Richards recent vacation time spent hitting up Fork's Drum Clo...


That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

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Daily Fill #117: Refreshing Yourself https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill117/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 06 Dec 2017 20:03:49 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4860 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill117/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill117/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidaqwnwdce, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! In today's episode, we are back from a giant 3-week break from both the daily fill and the Drummers I Like Podcast. On this short segment, Richard gets into the importance of shutting down and forcing a reorganizing of your thoughts. We also catch up on the latest plans for Drummers I Like, the Podcast and what the team is up too! Big Points from today's show: Just shut it off: Richard gets into the fundamentals of a force shut down on your personal productivity when facing the dreaded Internal RAM drain. Formulate the plan: Rich chats briefly on how he used this 3-week drive across America as a way to enforce a new mindset for Drummers I Like and for life in general Why having a good mentor is important: Rich touches on his most recent coaching call with Jersey Local Daryian Kelton and how after a few rewires he was fast on his new track to success. That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidaqwnwdce, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

In today’s episode, we are back from a giant 3-week break from both the daily fill and the Drummers I Like Podcast. On this short segment, Richard gets into the importance of shutting down and forcing a reorganizing of your thoughts. We also catch up on the latest plans for Drummers I Like, the Podcast and what the team is up too!

Big Points from today’s show:

Just shut it off: Richard gets into the fundamentals of a force shut down on your personal productivity when facing the dreaded Internal RAM drain.

Formulate the plan: Rich chats briefly on how he used this 3-week drive across America as a way to enforce a new mindset for Drummers I Like and for life in general

Why having a good mentor is important: Rich touches on his most recent coaching call with Jersey Local Daryian Kelton and how after a few rewires he was fast on his new track to success.

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidaqwnwdce, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! In today's episode, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidaqwnwdce, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
In today's episode, we are back from a giant 3-week break from both the daily fill and the Drummers I Like Podcast. On this short segment, Richard gets into the importance of shutting down and forcing a reorganizing of your thoughts. We also catch up on the latest plans for Drummers I Like, the Podcast and what the team is up too!

Big Points from today's show:

Just shut it off: Richard gets into the fundamentals of a force shut down on your personal productivity when facing the dreaded Internal RAM drain.

Formulate the plan: Rich chats briefly on how he used this 3-week drive across America as a way to enforce a new mindset for Drummers I Like and for life in general

Why having a good mentor is important: Rich touches on his most recent coaching call with Jersey Local Daryian Kelton and how after a few rewires he was fast on his new track to success.
That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Get a free Coaching call with Me:
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com
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ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join
DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!
Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY
Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time...
- Richard
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Daily Fill #116: Drum Lessons - Stick to the Plan https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill116/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 04 Dec 2017 12:28:59 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4849 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill116/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill116/feed/ 0 Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week's episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott Talks to you about Staying with the Goals that you outlined. He explains that sometimes it is easy to get thrown off course with all the content out there, but you need to be mentally strong and stick to your plan. Key Points From Today's Lesson: 1. No Distrations: Don't let what other drummers are doing distract you from your goals. 2. Success Leaves Clues: Study other drummers to become a better player and study drummers for their career success. 3. Don't Compare Yourself: In the process of studying Successful Drummers, DO NOT get caught up on comparing yourself to them. Mentally, that is not healthy, and can form distractions. That is it for today's lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice!   Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week’s episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott Talks to you about Staying with the Goals that you outlined. He explains that sometimes it is easy to get thrown off course with all the content out there, but you need to be mentally strong and stick to your plan.

Key Points From Today’s Lesson:

1. No Distrations: Don’t let what other drummers are doing distract you from your goals.

2. Success Leaves Clues: Study other drummers to become a better player and study drummers for their career success.

3. Don’t Compare Yourself: In the process of studying Successful Drummers, DO NOT get caught up on comparing yourself to them. Mentally, that is not healthy, and can form distractions.

That is it for today’s lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice!

 

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Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

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Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another Lesson! In this week's episode of Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, Scott Talks to you about Staying with the Goals that you outlined. He explains that sometimes it is easy to get thrown off course with all the cont...


Key Points From Today's Lesson:

1. No Distrations: Don't let what other drummers are doing distract you from your goals.

2. Success Leaves Clues: Study other drummers to become a better player and study drummers for their career success.

3. Don't Compare Yourself: In the process of studying Successful Drummers, DO NOT get caught up on comparing yourself to them. Mentally, that is not healthy, and can form distractions.

That is it for today's lesson! Enjoy! Go Practice!

 

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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Daily Fill: Anna Cucciardo - Owning a Music Lessons School https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill115/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 27 Nov 2017 11:00:44 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4839 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill115/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill115/feed/ 0 Hey Everyone! Scott Here bringing you another Lesson! This week we have a very special guest, Anna Cucciardo whom owns and operates a Music Lessons Tutoring School. She gets into the details of operating a business. It is jam packed with knowledge that can help anyone take their career to the next level. About our guest: I was born & raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where I continue to reside. Since I began drumming in 1997, I have been involved with many different musical projects (please see the partial list at the bottom of this page). My current musical undertakings include being Director & Educator at Music Time Academy in Livermore and playing drums with the bands: Muncie (formerly Go Kart Mozart, Kid Moe), West Grand Boulevard, TV Mike & the Scarecrowes, Professor Jones, Tory & the Teasers, and Mama Foxxy & the Whiskey Gypsy Rebels. Since graduating from The University of California, Berkeley in 2006, I have regularly toured across the United States, averaging 100+ live performances per year. Although I studied music in school (earning a Music minor at UCB & Certificates in Commercial Music and Recording Arts from Diablo Valley College), I feel that the process of teaching and practicing has been a more effective music education. Since 2008, I have worked with hundreds of students both in groups & one-on-one, with ages ranging as young as 4 months old in my “Family Music Time” class all the way up to senior citizens. I enjoy exploring the underlying patterns of music alongside my students, encouraging natural, organic musical development that often mirrors other sorts of language development. Whether teaching or performing, my intention and source of motivation is to share the joy of music in the hopes that we can all feel a little more connected!   Key Points from today's episode: Getting Started: Anna Explains how she came to own her Private Lessons School Music Time Academy Operating a Business: Anna talks about what it takes to turn a business around and make it successful Learning From Benny Greb: Anna reminisces about attending one of Benny Greb's drum camps. That's it for today's lesson. Enjoy the Interview! - Scott Links for Anna Website Facebook Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Hey Everyone! Scott Here bringing you another Lesson! This week we have a very special guest, Anna Cucciardo whom owns and operates a Music Lessons Tutoring School. She gets into the details of operating a business. It is jam packed with knowledge that can help anyone take their career to the next level.

About our guest:

I was born & raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where I continue to reside. Since I began drumming in 1997, I have been involved with many different musical projects (please see the partial list at the bottom of this page). My current musical undertakings include being Director & Educator at Music Time Academy in Livermore and playing drums with the bands: Muncie (formerly Go Kart Mozart, Kid Moe), West Grand Boulevard, TV Mike & the Scarecrowes, Professor Jones, Tory & the Teasers, and Mama Foxxy & the Whiskey Gypsy Rebels. Since graduating from The University of California, Berkeley in 2006, I have regularly toured across the United States, averaging 100+ live performances per year.

Although I studied music in school (earning a Music minor at UCB & Certificates in Commercial Music and Recording Arts from Diablo Valley College), I feel that the process of teaching and practicing has been a more effective music education. Since 2008, I have worked with hundreds of students both in groups & one-on-one, with ages ranging as young as 4 months old in my “Family Music Time” class all the way up to senior citizens. I enjoy exploring the underlying patterns of music alongside my students, encouraging natural, organic musical development that often mirrors other sorts of language development.

Whether teaching or performing, my intention and source of motivation is to share the joy of music in the hopes that we can all feel a little more connected!

 

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Getting Started: Anna Explains how she came to own her Private Lessons School Music Time Academy
  • Operating a Business: Anna talks about what it takes to turn a business around and make it successful
  • Learning From Benny Greb: Anna reminisces about attending one of Benny Greb’s drum camps.

That’s it for today’s lesson. Enjoy the Interview!

– Scott

Links for Anna

Website

Facebook

Instagram

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Itunes

Google

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Hey Everyone! Scott Here bringing you another Lesson! This week we have a very special guest, Anna Cucciardo whom owns and operates a Music Lessons Tutoring School. She gets into the details of operating a business.


About our guest:

I was born & raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where I continue to reside. Since I began drumming in 1997, I have been involved with many different musical projects (please see the partial list at the bottom of this page). My current musical undertakings include being Director & Educator at Music Time Academy in Livermore and playing drums with the bands: Muncie (formerly Go Kart Mozart, Kid Moe), West Grand Boulevard, TV Mike & the Scarecrowes, Professor Jones, Tory & the Teasers, and Mama Foxxy & the Whiskey Gypsy Rebels. Since graduating from The University of California, Berkeley in 2006, I have regularly toured across the United States, averaging 100+ live performances per year.

Although I studied music in school (earning a Music minor at UCB & Certificates in Commercial Music and Recording Arts from Diablo Valley College), I feel that the process of teaching and practicing has been a more effective music education. Since 2008, I have worked with hundreds of students both in groups & one-on-one, with ages ranging as young as 4 months old in my “Family Music Time” class all the way up to senior citizens. I enjoy exploring the underlying patterns of music alongside my students, encouraging natural, organic musical development that often mirrors other sorts of language development.

Whether teaching or performing, my intention and source of motivation is to share the joy of music in the hopes that we can all feel a little more connected!

 

Key Points from today's episode:

* Getting Started: Anna Explains how she came to own her Private Lessons School Music Time Academy
* Operating a Business: Anna talks about what it takes to turn a business around and make it successful
* Learning From Benny Greb: Anna reminisces about attending one of Benny Greb's drum camps.

That's it for today's lesson. Enjoy the Interview!

- Scott

Links for Anna

Website

Facebook

Instagram

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers w...]]>
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Daily Fill: Eddy Barco - Mastering your income streams https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill114/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 21 Nov 2017 10:00:26 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4832 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill114/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill114/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! In today's episode, we are back with week 6 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Eddy Barco! Eddy is the host of the Nebula music podcast and a serious Drumtrepreneur that works extremely hard to create a space for himself in ever evolving and ever-changing industry. You may remember Eddy from our previous podcast a few months back when we chatted all about Nebula Music podcast and everything he does to make that amazing show happen. I wanted to bring Eddy back again to go a little more in-depth regarding how he makes ends meet, get the bills paid, and continues to invest his time and money into his passions. Big Points from today's show: One man's trash Anothers man's treasure: Eddy talks a little about how he fell into the world of garage sale hustling. CryptoMania: Eddy digs into the world of crypto trading and how he has been able to create a revenue stream from about 45-60 mins of work a day. Keep your eye on the prize: Eddy Reiterates why he does what he does as we round out a very powerful episode of the daily fill drumtrepreneur series. The Weekly Challenge: Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free pair of drum sticks, a month of free coaching with yours truly, and of course a shout out on the podcast! This weeks winner goes out to Daryian "drummers boy x" Kelton! Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels! Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

In today’s episode, we are back with week 6 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Eddy Barco! Eddy is the host of the Nebula music podcast and a serious Drumtrepreneur that works extremely hard to create a space for himself in ever evolving and ever-changing industry. You may remember Eddy from our previous podcast a few months back when we chatted all about Nebula Music podcast and everything he does to make that amazing show happen. I wanted to bring Eddy back again to go a little more in-depth regarding how he makes ends meet, get the bills paid, and continues to invest his time and money into his passions.

Big Points from today’s show:

One man’s trash Anothers man’s treasure: Eddy talks a little about how he fell into the world of garage sale hustling.

CryptoMania: Eddy digs into the world of crypto trading and how he has been able to create a revenue stream from about 45-60 mins of work a day.

Keep your eye on the prize: Eddy Reiterates why he does what he does as we round out a very powerful episode of the daily fill drumtrepreneur series.

The Weekly Challenge:

Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike’s tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free pair of drum sticks, a month of free coaching with yours truly, and of course a shout out on the podcast! This weeks winner goes out to Daryian “drummers boy x” Kelton!

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. If you can’t leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
  3. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

]]> Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! In today's episode, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
In today's episode, we are back with week 6 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Eddy Barco! Eddy is the host of the Nebula music podcast and a serious Drumtrepreneur that works extremely hard to create a space for himself in ever evolving and ever-changing industry. You may remember Eddy from our previous podcast a few months back when we chatted all about Nebula Music podcast and everything he does to make that amazing show happen. I wanted to bring Eddy back again to go a little more in-depth regarding how he makes ends meet, get the bills paid, and continues to invest his time and money into his passions.

Big Points from today's show:

One man's trash Anothers man's treasure: Eddy talks a little about how he fell into the world of garage sale hustling.

CryptoMania: Eddy digs into the world of crypto trading and how he has been able to create a revenue stream from about 45-60 mins of work a day.

Keep your eye on the prize: Eddy Reiterates why he does what he does as we round out a very powerful episode of the daily fill drumtrepreneur series.

The Weekly Challenge:
Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free pair of drum sticks, a month of free coaching with yours truly, and of course a shout out on the podcast! This weeks winner goes out to Daryian "drummers boy x" Kelton!
Here's how to enter.

Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
* If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
* Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Get a free Coaching call with Me:
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com
-
ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join
Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY
Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time...
- Richard
DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!
Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!
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Drummers I Like LLC yes 21:42 Daily Fill #113: Great Practice Habits – Figure Out Your Goals https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill113/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 20 Nov 2017 10:00:20 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4809 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill113/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill113/feed/ 0 Figure Out Your Goals: Why are Goals so Important?What is Up Everybody! We are continuing our study of Great Habits for Practicing, and today we Setting Goals! This is the most important step in the process of achieving what you want as a player and in your drum career. If you want to have any level of Success, you NEED TO SET GOALS. So, how do we set goals? Well, there are many ways to set goals, but I am going to show you a few things I do to set goals. How to Set Your Goals. Long Term: Your longer-term goals will consist of two aspects.  Ultimate Goal: What is your ultimate Goal as a Drummer and with your Career? Is it learning a certain technique? Is your career goal playing with a Large Market Pop Music Act, like Katy Perry? This Ultimate Goal is what YOU DREAM about doing with Drums. If it is teaching, that is fine too. As long as you have an idea of what you want to do, and this might change as your life goes on. This goal should be very big and vague at first because as we work backward you will figure out the details to accomplishing the goals Annualized Goals: Once you have your Ultimate goal, you can now work backward, and the first step is to figure out what you need to do every year to reach your goals. So if you want to Master Double stroke rolls, then you need to make sure your annual goal is to hit certain tempi with your double strokes. For example, January 1st, 2017 I will play double strokes using 8th notes and play at 60bpm, however; I will be playing 8th notes at 250bpm by the end of the year. Something like that. Your annual goals are a little more detailed than your Ultimate Goal Quarterly Goals: This will be your goals within a three month period. So, you can manage your yearly goals. Your quarterly goals will start to break down how to achieve your Annual Goals. So, for example, if you have an annual goal of Mastering Double Strokes, you can break up the goals between three-month segments. (January-March 60bpm-110bpm) (April-June 110-160bpm) (July-September 160-200) (October-December 200-250) Remember You want to AIM HIGH. Push yourself to become WAY BETTER than you think you are capable of. Monthly Goals: This will start to break down the Details of your Quarterly Goals. The Monthly Goals should reflect your quarterly goals. This is the detail of HOW you will go about achieving your quarterly goals. So back to the double stroke example. Your Monthly Goal might look like this (March 1st 80bpm March 30th 100bpm so 1 bpm increase every 2 days with a 1 bpm boost at the end of each week, and 1 bpm boost on the last day of the month.) Weekly Goals: The weekly goals will push towards your monthly goals. In essence, this will be your weekly practice schedule. I like to layout my entire week of practice ahead of time. Now, I know unexpected events can pop up that is okay. If you can't make up for the time lost, your next move would be to prioritize what your goals for that week or day. By laying out your entire week, you will also finish the last Goal set. Daily Goals: This is your Daily Routine of Goal Achievement. This will break down WHAT you practice and for HOW long you practice. The key point to remember is it's not about how long you practice, but the quality of practice you achieve during that time span. So, you need to record yourself, listen back to the recordings, and analyze your recordings because that is the only way to truly hear yourself. We will get into this process later. The Weekly Contest: Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week Here's How To Enter Take a picture of what you wrote down in a log/journal that was successful in your practice routine for 5 days with current dates between 11/20/2017 through 11/26/2017
Figure Out Your Goals: Why are Goals so Important?What is Up Everybody! We are continuing our study of Great Habits for Practicing, and today we Setting Goals! This is the most important step in the process of achieving what you want as a player and in your drum career. If you want to have any level of Success, you NEED TO SET GOALS. So, how do we set goals? Well, there are many ways to set goals, but I am going to show you a few things I do to set goals.

How to Set Your Goals.

  1. Long Term: Your longer-term goals will consist of two aspects.
    1.  Ultimate Goal: What is your ultimate Goal as a Drummer and with your Career? Is it learning a certain technique? Is your career goal playing with a Large Market Pop Music Act, like Katy Perry? This Ultimate Goal is what YOU DREAM about doing with Drums. If it is teaching, that is fine too. As long as you have an idea of what you want to do, and this might change as your life goes on. This goal should be very big and vague at first because as we work backward you will figure out the details to accomplishing the goals
    2. Annualized Goals: Once you have your Ultimate goal, you can now work backward, and the first step is to figure out what you need to do every year to reach your goals. So if you want to Master Double stroke rolls, then you need to make sure your annual goal is to hit certain tempi with your double strokes. For example, January 1st, 2017 I will play double strokes using 8th notes and play at 60bpm, however; I will be playing 8th notes at 250bpm by the end of the year. Something like that. Your annual goals are a little more detailed than your Ultimate Goal
  2. Quarterly Goals: This will be your goals within a three month period. So, you can manage your yearly goals. Your quarterly goals will start to break down how to achieve your Annual Goals. So, for example, if you have an annual goal of Mastering Double Strokes, you can break up the goals between three-month segments. (January-March 60bpm-110bpm) (April-June 110-160bpm) (July-September 160-200) (October-December 200-250) Remember You want to AIM HIGH. Push yourself to become WAY BETTER than you think you are capable of.
  3. Monthly Goals: This will start to break down the Details of your Quarterly Goals. The Monthly Goals should reflect your quarterly goals. This is the detail of HOW you will go about achieving your quarterly goals. So back to the double stroke example. Your Monthly Goal might look like this (March 1st 80bpm March 30th 100bpm so 1 bpm increase every 2 days with a 1 bpm boost at the end of each week, and 1 bpm boost on the last day of the month.)
  4. Weekly Goals: The weekly goals will push towards your monthly goals. In essence, this will be your weekly practice schedule. I like to layout my entire week of practice ahead of time. Now, I know unexpected events can pop up that is okay. If you can’t make up for the time lost, your next move would be to prioritize what your goals for that week or day. By laying out your entire week, you will also finish the last Goal set.
  5. Daily Goals: This is your Daily Routine of Goal Achievement. This will break down WHAT you practice and for HOW long you practice. The key point to remember is it’s not about how long you practice, but the quality of practice you achieve during that time span. So, you need to record yourself, listen back to the recordings, and analyze your recordings because that is the only way to truly hear yourself. We will get into this process later.

The Weekly Contest:

Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week

Here’s How To Enter

  1. Take a picture of what you wrote down in a log/journal that was successful in your practice routine for 5 days with current dates between 11/20/2017 through 11/26/2017
  2. Explain why it helped you to keep a log/journal of your successes.
  3. Follow at @Drummersilike on Instagram
  4. DM the picture and explanation to @drummersilike on Instagram or email it to scott@drummersilike.com

That is it! Really easy and we will give you shout out.

Remember, ANYONE and EVERYONE, CAN WIN!

That’s it for Today’s Lesson. Go Practice!

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Figure Out Your Goals: Why are Goals so Important?What is Up Everybody! We are continuing our study of Great Habits for Practicing, and today we Setting Goals! This is the most important step in the process of achieving what you want as a player and in... Figure Out Your Goals: Why are Goals so Important?What is Up Everybody! We are continuing our study of Great Habits for Practicing, and today we Setting Goals! This is the most important step in the process of achieving what you want as a player and in your drum career. If you want to have any level of Success, you NEED TO SET GOALS. So, how do we set goals? Well, there are many ways to set goals, but I am going to show you a few things I do to set goals.

How to Set Your Goals.

* Long Term: Your longer-term goals will consist of two aspects.

*  Ultimate Goal: What is your ultimate Goal as a Drummer and with your Career? Is it learning a certain technique? Is your career goal playing with a Large Market Pop Music Act, like Katy Perry? This Ultimate Goal is what YOU DREAM about doing with Drums. If it is teaching, that is fine too. As long as you have an idea of what you want to do, and this might change as your life goes on. This goal should be very big and vague at first because as we work backward you will figure out the details to accomplishing the goals
* Annualized Goals: Once you have your Ultimate goal, you can now work backward, and the first step is to figure out what you need to do every year to reach your goals. So if you want to Master Double stroke rolls, then you need to make sure your annual goal is to hit certain tempi with your double strokes. For example, January 1st, 2017 I will play double strokes using 8th notes and play at 60bpm, however; I will be playing 8th notes at 250bpm by the end of the year. Something like that. Your annual goals are a little more detailed than your Ultimate Goal


* Quarterly Goals: This will be your goals within a three month period. So, you can manage your yearly goals. Your quarterly goals will start to break down how to achieve your Annual Goals. So, for example, if you have an annual goal of Mastering Double Strokes, you can break up the goals between three-month segments. (January-March 60bpm-110bpm) (April-June 110-160bpm) (July-September 160-200) (October-December 200-250) Remember You want to AIM HIGH. Push yourself to become WAY BETTER than you think you are capable of.
* Monthly Goals: This will start to break down the Details of your Quarterly Goals. The Monthly Goals should reflect your quarterly goals. This is the detail of HOW you will go about achieving your quarterly goals. So back to the double stroke example. Your Monthly Goal might look like this (March 1st 80bpm March 30th 100bpm so 1 bpm increase every 2 days with a 1 bpm boost at the end of each week, and 1 bpm boost on the last day of the month.)
* Weekly Goals: The weekly goals will push towards your monthly goals. In essence, this will be your weekly practice schedule. I like to layout my entire week of practice ahead of time. Now, I know unexpected events can pop up that is okay. If you can't make up for the time lost, your next move would be to prioritize what your goals for that week or day. By laying out your entire week, you will also finish the last Goal set.
* Daily Goals: This is your Daily Routine of Goal Achievement. This will break down WHAT you practice and for HOW long you practice. The key point to remember is it's not about how long you practice, but the quality of practice you achieve during that time span. So, you need to record yourself, listen back to the recordings, and analyze your recordings because that is the only way to truly hear yourself. We will get into this process later.

The Weekly Contest:

Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week

Here's How To Enter

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Elise Trouw - The Inner Entrepreneur Unleashed https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast75/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:00:27 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4818 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast75/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast75/feed/ 0 What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Elise Trouw and we are stoked! If you aren't familiar with this social media superstar then you may be living under a rock because she is coasting close to half a million followers on social media with over 250k on Instagram alone. I wanted to bring Elise on today to chat about social media marketing and how to grow such a big brand in such a saturated arena. I got that and much more as she broke down some pretty advanced marketing concepts along with a handful of entrepreneurial advice that truly had me overly excited and overjoyed. About our guest: Elise is an 18-year-old Multi-instrumentalist from La Jolla California with over 250k Instagram followers, endorsements from Pearl, Regal Tip, Paiste and a solo act that recently dropped a new music video! Elise has an unlimited potential that seems to lack any chances of losing fuel as she powers through every musical challenge she takes on. On today's chat, Elise tells us her story without missing a beat as we get the full scope on the young and upcoming drumtrepreneur. Key Points from today's episode: Parental Guidance Suggested: Elise gets into the details of her life story as she breaks down life under the guidance of two successful parents that would do whatever it took to create the same for their daughter. The Inner Entrepreneur: Elise gets into the fundamentals of being a full-time artist and what she does to create a consistent and engaging audience by developing a posting structure that follows a handful of specific rules that we learn during our chat is just second nature to Elise. Hustle, Hustle, Hustle: Elise keeps the chat moving as she breaks down the details behind her solo project, her current setup, and everything we can expect from her in 2018 Elise is what we at Drummers I Like to refer to as a true Drumtrepreneur exploring any and all opportunities and executing with a 10X mindset and a hustle that is ON FIRE! I can't wait to see what 2018 brings to Elise and we can't wait to hang with our homegirl at winter NAMM! Make sure you give her a follow, a like, and a few minutes of your time. I promise you won't be disappointed! BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE... Elise was nice enough to give us a signed copy of her CD signed and it's super easy to win! Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels! Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links to Elise Trouw Facebook Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube What’s up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Elise Trouw and we are stoked! If you aren’t familiar with this social media superstar then you may be living under a rock because she is coasting close to half a million followers on social media with over 250k on Instagram alone. I wanted to bring Elise on today to chat about social media marketing and how to grow such a big brand in such a saturated arena. I got that and much more as she broke down some pretty advanced marketing concepts along with a handful of entrepreneurial advice that truly had me overly excited and overjoyed.

About our guest:

Elise is an 18-year-old Multi-instrumentalist from La Jolla California with over 250k Instagram followers, endorsements from Pearl, Regal Tip, Paiste and a solo act that recently dropped a new music video! Elise has an unlimited potential that seems to lack any chances of losing fuel as she powers through every musical challenge she takes on. On today’s chat, Elise tells us her story without missing a beat as we get the full scope on the young and upcoming drumtrepreneur.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Parental Guidance Suggested: Elise gets into the details of her life story as she breaks down life under the guidance of two successful parents that would do whatever it took to create the same for their daughter.
  • The Inner Entrepreneur: Elise gets into the fundamentals of being a full-time artist and what she does to create a consistent and engaging audience by developing a posting structure that follows a handful of specific rules that we learn during our chat is just second nature to Elise.
  • Hustle, Hustle, Hustle: Elise keeps the chat moving as she breaks down the details behind her solo project, her current setup, and everything we can expect from her in 2018

Elise is what we at Drummers I Like to refer to as a true Drumtrepreneur exploring any and all opportunities and executing with a 10X mindset and a hustle that is ON FIRE! I can’t wait to see what 2018 brings to Elise and we can’t wait to hang with our homegirl at winter NAMM! Make sure you give her a follow, a like, and a few minutes of your time. I promise you won’t be disappointed!

BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE…

Elise was nice enough to give us a signed copy of her CD signed and it’s super easy to win!

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. If you can’t leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
  3. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

Links to Elise Trouw

Facebook

Instagram

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Elise Trouw and we are stoked! If you aren't familiar with this social media superstar then you may be living under a rock because...


About our guest:

Elise is an 18-year-old Multi-instrumentalist from La Jolla California with over 250k Instagram followers, endorsements from Pearl, Regal Tip, Paiste and a solo act that recently dropped a new music video! Elise has an unlimited potential that seems to lack any chances of losing fuel as she powers through every musical challenge she takes on. On today's chat, Elise tells us her story without missing a beat as we get the full scope on the young and upcoming drumtrepreneur.

Key Points from today's episode:

* Parental Guidance Suggested: Elise gets into the details of her life story as she breaks down life under the guidance of two successful parents that would do whatever it took to create the same for their daughter.
* The Inner Entrepreneur: Elise gets into the fundamentals of being a full-time artist and what she does to create a consistent and engaging audience by developing a posting structure that follows a handful of specific rules that we learn during our chat is just second nature to Elise.
* Hustle, Hustle, Hustle: Elise keeps the chat moving as she breaks down the details behind her solo project, her current setup, and everything we can expect from her in 2018

Elise is what we at Drummers I Like to refer to as a true Drumtrepreneur exploring any and all opportunities and executing with a 10X mindset and a hustle that is ON FIRE! I can't wait to see what 2018 brings to Elise and we can't wait to hang with our homegirl at winter NAMM! Make sure you give her a follow, a like, and a few minutes of your time. I promise you won't be disappointed!

BUT WAIT... THERE'S MORE...

Elise was nice enough to give us a signed copy of her CD signed and it's super easy to win!

Here's how to enter.

Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
* If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
* Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

Links to Elise Trouw

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Instagram

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

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Daily Fill: Michael Levine - 6 Figure Drum Tech https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill112/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:00:13 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4788 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill112/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill112/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we are back with week 5 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Michael Levine! You may remember Michael from episode 15 of the Drummers I Like Podcast back in 2016! Today I wanted to bring Mike on to talk about the business of drum tech and what it takes to successfully do this full time. I've always enjoyed the role of drum tech for a million reasons but the one that stood out the most was the ability to network, create passive income, and take long extended breaks. I loved the idea of setting yourself up for 365 days of working between different bands. You get to travel, meet new people, eat new foods, see beautiful venues, explore amazing territories and the best part is that you get to do it with your best friends. I always considered it the new "secret millionaire" and after catching up with Mike a few weeks back I knew he was perfect to launch month 2 of the Drumtrepreneur series. This episode is full of extremely valuable information that will help you get a grip on the drum tech world. A few things we cover in this episode: Getting your foot in the drum tech door: Mike breaks down the specific steps that led to him getting his first gig along with what it took to ensure a year of employment on the road. The worst experience Mike's ever had: Mike breaks down his worst drumtrepreneurial experience in a detailed story of a wasted flight and an opportunity that was broken, to begin with. Maintaining your income stream: We get deep into the idea of multi-band touring and what it takes to ensure your income stream throughout the entire year. The Weekly Challenge: Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free Drum lesson with Mike Levine himself via in person or skype! Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) If you can't leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels! Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! Remember, the winner will receive a free Drum lesson with Mike Levine himself via in person or skype, and a shout out on the podcast! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners li...

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we are back with week 5 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Michael Levine! You may remember Michael from episode 15 of the Drummers I Like Podcast back in 2016! Today I wanted to bring Mike on to talk about the business of drum tech and what it takes to successfully do this full time. I’ve always enjoyed the role of drum tech for a million reasons but the one that stood out the most was the ability to network, create passive income, and take long extended breaks. I loved the idea of setting yourself up for 365 days of working between different bands. You get to travel, meet new people, eat new foods, see beautiful venues, explore amazing territories and the best part is that you get to do it with your best friends. I always considered it the new “secret millionaire” and after catching up with Mike a few weeks back I knew he was perfect to launch month 2 of the Drumtrepreneur series. This episode is full of extremely valuable information that will help you get a grip on the drum tech world.

A few things we cover in this episode:

Getting your foot in the drum tech door: Mike breaks down the specific steps that led to him getting his first gig along with what it took to ensure a year of employment on the road.

The worst experience Mike’s ever had: Mike breaks down his worst drumtrepreneurial experience in a detailed story of a wasted flight and an opportunity that was broken, to begin with.

Maintaining your income stream: We get deep into the idea of multi-band touring and what it takes to ensure your income stream throughout the entire year.

The Weekly Challenge:

Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike’s tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free Drum lesson with Mike Levine himself via in person or skype!

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. If you can’t leave a review on Itunes then leave it in the comments below or on any of our social media channels!
  3. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

Remember, the winner will receive a free Drum lesson with Mike Levine himself via in person or skype, and a shout out on the podcast!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

]]> Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
On today's episode, we are back with week 5 of the Drumtrepreneur series featuring special guest Michael Levine! You may remember Michael from episode 15 of the Drummers I Like Podcast back in 2016! Today I wanted to bring Mike on to talk about the business of drum tech and what it takes to successfully do this full time. I've always enjoyed the role of drum tech for a million reasons but the one that stood out the most was the ability to network, create passive income, and take long extended breaks. I loved the idea of setting yourself up for 365 days of working between different bands. You get to travel, meet new people, eat new foods, see beautiful venues, explore amazing territories and the best part is that you get to do it with your best friends. I always considered it the new "secret millionaire" and after catching up with Mike a few weeks back I knew he was perfect to launch month 2 of the Drumtrepreneur series. This episode is full of extremely valuable information that will help you get a grip on the drum tech world.

A few things we cover in this episode:

Getting your foot in the drum tech door: Mike breaks down the specific steps that led to him getting his first gig along with what it took to ensure a year of employment on the road.

The worst experience Mike's ever had: Mike breaks down his worst drumtrepreneurial experience in a detailed story of a wasted flight and an opportunity that was broken, to begin with.

Maintaining your income stream: We get deep into the idea of multi-band touring and what it takes to ensure your income stream throughout the entire year.

The Weekly Challenge:
Leave a review on iTunes with a short explanation on how this episode may have helped you or how you will use some of Mike's tips to help get you started on your path to success! What does the winner get? A free Drum lesson with Mike Levine himself via in person or skype!
Here's how to enter.

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Drummers I Like LLC 112 yes 1:05:16 Daily Fill: Transcribing Your Drumming https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill111/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 13 Nov 2017 10:00:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4775 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill111/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill111/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more Today's quote: " Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be? Habits of a GREAT Practice. Transcribe Your Drumming Have you ever seen those movies in Hollywood where the main story is a person that can USE 100% OF THEIR BRAIN, and like magic they have superpowers? Well, I can't show how do acquire superpowers, but I can tell you how to increase your learning ability by targeting both Hemispheres of your brain. You NEED to learn how to tap into to the power of your Brain! Today's lesson is that first step. Three Primary Processes of Learning Hearing/Listening - We hear and try to imitate. Example: Speech Visual - We see and try to imitate Example: Dancing or Painting Reading - We read and try to reproduce Example: Drum Exercise!!! Your Brain is an analytical machine, and the more you understand about its processes the more you can tap into. SO, how do you tap into the power of your own mind? Well, the three processes above is the first step. So let's talk about LISTENING. I pride myself on being a great listener. While talking to my wife, I can be on my phone, and still be able to hear, understand, and process every word she says because I understand that I can divert a percentage of my focus to listen to hear while still performing my task on the phone... The same goes for music. Try this exercise: Next time you are listening to a song focus on the different instruments you hear one by one. THEN imagine you are floating above them like a bird, and try to listen to all the instruments as they work together. Second, focus on the drum part and try to speak or sing that drum part. You will stumble at first, but keep trying over and over again. The results? Oral Imitation Visual: The Old saying comes to mind, "Seeing is Believing" Well, this is pretty darn accurate. Why? Because a lot of the brains functions are for defensive purposes. Like YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER type purposes. So, when you SEE something happen your brain is more willing to accept it as TRUE information. It will not deflect it as DANGEROUS. HAHAHA! It is true... our brain's primary function is to help us stay alive. So, we have to understand that, and then we have to help our brain understand that AS DRUMMERS most of what we do is not dangerous. Difficult at times, but not dangerous. Visual Learning is the main process of learning because we can learn how to imitate by watching. For example, a majority of dancers learn this way. OR artist who paint real life imitations of flowers, buildings, or people. Reading: This is perhaps the most common one, but there is a snag. You have to know the written language! Dang... So, I am just gonna quit! Hahaha! No way! You need to just sit down and learn how to read music. Reading music is so easy that I have taught 7-year-old drummers to read in 7/4, 3/4, 5/4, 7/8, and 5/8. Did I just lose you? I hope not. If so, you need to go research time signatures (TIME SIGNATURES ARE VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND) The power of reading is Great because it lets your brain do what it does best. ANALYZE, RECOGNIZE, and PROCESS!. For example, we have the ability to transcribe a drum beat by our favorite drummer, so we transcribe it. (see what I did there) NOW, you can read it, which forces your brain to break down the individual parts and recognize the sequence. In turn, that helps you learn it fast. These 3 steps are key to the learning process! Listening, Seeing, and Reading helps your brain learn at least 3 times more effective than before. If you only use Listening to learn, then your goal is to tap into the other two processes. That's it for today's Lesson! Don't forget about the contest!   The Weekly Contest: Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days,

Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more

Today’s quote: ” Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?

Habits of a GREAT Practice. Transcribe Your Drumming

Have you ever seen those movies in Hollywood where the main story is a person that can USE 100% OF THEIR BRAIN, and like magic they have superpowers? Well, I can’t show how do acquire superpowers, but I can tell you how to increase your learning ability by targeting both Hemispheres of your brain. You NEED to learn how to tap into to the power of your Brain! Today’s lesson is that first step.

Three Primary Processes of Learning

  1. Hearing/Listening – We hear and try to imitate. Example: Speech
  2. Visual – We see and try to imitate Example: Dancing or Painting
  3. Reading – We read and try to reproduce Example: Drum Exercise!!!

Your Brain is an analytical machine, and the more you understand about its processes the more you can tap into. SO, how do you tap into the power of your own mind? Well, the three processes above is the first step. So let’s talk about

LISTENING. I pride myself on being a great listener. While talking to my wife, I can be on my phone, and still be able to hear, understand, and process every word she says because I understand that I can divert a percentage of my focus to listen to hear while still performing my task on the phone… The same goes for music. Try this exercise: Next time you are listening to a song focus on the different instruments you hear one by one. THEN imagine you are floating above them like a bird, and try to listen to all the instruments as they work together. Second, focus on the drum part and try to speak or sing that drum part. You will stumble at first, but keep trying over and over again. The results? Oral Imitation

Visual: The Old saying comes to mind, “Seeing is Believing” Well, this is pretty darn accurate. Why? Because a lot of the brains functions are for defensive purposes. Like YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER type purposes. So, when you SEE something happen your brain is more willing to accept it as TRUE information. It will not deflect it as DANGEROUS. HAHAHA! It is true… our brain’s primary function is to help us stay alive. So, we have to understand that, and then we have to help our brain understand that AS DRUMMERS most of what we do is not dangerous. Difficult at times, but not dangerous. Visual Learning is the main process of learning because we can learn how to imitate by watching. For example, a majority of dancers learn this way. OR artist who paint real life imitations of flowers, buildings, or people.

Reading: This is perhaps the most common one, but there is a snag. You have to know the written language! Dang… So, I am just gonna quit! Hahaha! No way! You need to just sit down and learn how to read music. Reading music is so easy that I have taught 7-year-old drummers to read in 7/4, 3/4, 5/4, 7/8, and 5/8. Did I just lose you? I hope not. If so, you need to go research time signatures (TIME SIGNATURES ARE VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND) The power of reading is Great because it lets your brain do what it does best. ANALYZE, RECOGNIZE, and PROCESS!. For example, we have the ability to transcribe a drum beat by our favorite drummer, so we transcribe it. (see what I did there) NOW, you can read it, which forces your brain to break down the individual parts and recognize the sequence. In turn, that helps you learn it fast.

These 3 steps are key to the learning process! Listening, Seeing, and Reading helps your brain learn at least 3 times more effective than before. If you only use Listening to learn, then your goal is to tap into the other two processes.

That’s it for today’s Lesson! Don’t forget about the contest!

 

The Weekly Contest:

Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week

Here’s How To Enter

  1. Take a picture of what you wrote down in a log/journal that was successful in your practice routine for 5 days with current dates between 11/6/2017 through 11/12/2017
  2. Explain why it helped you to keep a log/journal of your successes.
  3. Follow at @Drummersilike on Instagram
  4. DM the picture and explanation to @drummersilike on Instagram or email it to scott@drummersilike.com

That is it! Really easy and we will give you shout out.

Remember, ANYONE and EVERYONE CAN WIN!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more instruction, knowledge, and more practical tips that can be applied to your Musical Journey

Go Practice!

-Scott

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]]> Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more - Today's quote: " Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be? - Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more

Today's quote: " Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?

Habits of a GREAT Practice. Transcribe Your Drumming


Have you ever seen those movies in Hollywood where the main story is a person that can USE 100% OF THEIR BRAIN, and like magic they have superpowers? Well, I can't show how do acquire superpowers, but I can tell you how to increase your learning ability by targeting both Hemispheres of your brain. You NEED to learn how to tap into to the power of your Brain! Today's lesson is that first step.

Three Primary Processes of Learning

* Hearing/Listening - We hear and try to imitate. Example: Speech
* Visual - We see and try to imitate Example: Dancing or Painting
* Reading - We read and try to reproduce Example: Drum Exercise!!!

Your Brain is an analytical machine, and the more you understand about its processes the more you can tap into. SO, how do you tap into the power of your own mind? Well, the three processes above is the first step. So let's talk about

LISTENING. I pride myself on being a great listener. While talking to my wife, I can be on my phone, and still be able to hear, understand, and process every word she says because I understand that I can divert a percentage of my focus to listen to hear while still performing my task on the phone... The same goes for music. Try this exercise: Next time you are listening to a song focus on the different instruments you hear one by one. THEN imagine you are floating above them like a bird, and try to listen to all the instruments as they work together. Second, focus on the drum part and try to speak or sing that drum part. You will stumble at first, but keep trying over and over again. The results? Oral Imitation

Visual: The Old saying comes to mind, "Seeing is Believing" Well, this is pretty darn accurate. Why? Because a lot of the brains functions are for defensive purposes. Like YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER type purposes. So, when you SEE something happen your brain is more willing to accept it as TRUE information. It will not deflect it as DANGEROUS. HAHAHA! It is true... our brain's primary function is to help us stay alive. So, we have to understand that, and then we have to help our brain understand that AS DRUMMERS most of what we do is not dangerous. Difficult at times, but not dangerous. Visual Learning is the main process of learning because we can learn how to imitate by watching. For example, a majority of dancers learn this way. OR artist who paint real life imitations of flowers, buildings, or people.

Reading: This is perhaps the most common one, but there is a snag. You have to know the written language! Dang... So, I am just gonna quit! Hahaha! No way! You need to just sit down and learn how to read music. Reading music is so easy that I have taught 7-year-old drummers to read in 7/4, 3/4, 5/4, 7/8, and 5/8. Did I just lose you? I hope not. If so, you need to go research time signatures (TIME SIGNATURES ARE VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND) The power of reading is Great because it lets your brain do what it does best. ANALYZE, RECOGNIZE, and PROCESS!. For example, we have the ability to transcribe a drum beat by our favorite drummer, so we transcribe it. (see what I did there) NOW, you can read it, which forces your brain to break down the individual parts and recognize the sequence. In turn, that helps you learn it fast.

These 3 steps are key to the learning process! Listening, Seeing, and Reading helps your brain learn at least 3 times more effective than before. If you only use Listening to learn, then your goal is to tap into the other two processes.

That's it for today's Lesson!]]>
Drummers I Like LLC 111 yes 13:44 #74: Chad Wolf – The Drum Tech’s guide to success https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast74/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:00:15 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4769 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast74/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast74/feed/ 0 What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Chad Wolf! Chad is OBSESSED with drums and currently plays with the prog rock sensation MRKTS and is the drum tech for both Luke Holland and Virgil Donati! Chad is equipped with some serious chops, an amazing volume of drum knowledge, and some serious road experience. This one is going to be good! About our guest: Chad caught our eye a few months back when we came across a video of him shredding some jams to his band! His playing is over the top amazing and it has literally consumed me over the past few weeks. Today's chat takes down the path of Chad as he breaks down the entire story behind who he is and what he is doing today! Key Points from today's episode: Chad digs deep into his background as he explains the early days of his drum career. It all started when his guitar shredding dad had a friend over for a jam. After leaving the drum kit at his house for an extended stay Chad began to pick up on his inner drummer as he would spend his time studying his dad's jam sessions and learning the songs they would play. Chad talks a little bit about what it was like working as a drum tech for the great Virgil Donati as he breaks down the story behind getting the gig, what Virgil was like as his employer, and the amazing experience he gained touring with such a legend. What kind of drummers I like podcast would this be without Kevin digging into Chad's setup and preference as a player and as a drum-tech. Chad is a young gun with a bright future in this industry. He has already built up a hefty resume, teamed up with some serious players in the music game, and really spent the time to hone in on his craft. His networking skills, ability to negotiate his deals and attention to detail crown him as a true drumtrepreneur and straight up Role Model for any drummer looking to find his place in this giant industry. That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links to Chad Wolf Facebook Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube What’s up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Chad Wolf! Chad is OBSESSED with drums and currently plays with the prog rock sensation MRKTS and is the drum tech for both Luke Holland and Virgil Donati! Chad is equipped with some serious chops, an amazing volume of drum knowledge, and some serious road experience. This one is going to be good!

About our guest:

Chad caught our eye a few months back when we came across a video of him shredding some jams to his band! His playing is over the top amazing and it has literally consumed me over the past few weeks. Today’s chat takes down the path of Chad as he breaks down the entire story behind who he is and what he is doing today!

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Chad digs deep into his background as he explains the early days of his drum career. It all started when his guitar shredding dad had a friend over for a jam. After leaving the drum kit at his house for an extended stay Chad began to pick up on his inner drummer as he would spend his time studying his dad’s jam sessions and learning the songs they would play.
  • Chad talks a little bit about what it was like working as a drum tech for the great Virgil Donati as he breaks down the story behind getting the gig, what Virgil was like as his employer, and the amazing experience he gained touring with such a legend.
  • What kind of drummers I like podcast would this be without Kevin digging into Chad’s setup and preference as a player and as a drum-tech.

Chad is a young gun with a bright future in this industry. He has already built up a hefty resume, teamed up with some serious players in the music game, and really spent the time to hone in on his craft. His networking skills, ability to negotiate his deals and attention to detail crown him as a true drumtrepreneur and straight up Role Model for any drummer looking to find his place in this giant industry.

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

Links to Chad Wolf

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Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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What's up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Chad Wolf! Chad is OBSESSED with drums and currently plays with the prog rock sensation MRKTS and is the drum tech for both Luke H...


About our guest:

Chad caught our eye a few months back when we came across a video of him shredding some jams to his band! His playing is over the top amazing and it has literally consumed me over the past few weeks. Today's chat takes down the path of Chad as he breaks down the entire story behind who he is and what he is doing today!

Key Points from today's episode:

* Chad digs deep into his background as he explains the early days of his drum career. It all started when his guitar shredding dad had a friend over for a jam. After leaving the drum kit at his house for an extended stay Chad began to pick up on his inner drummer as he would spend his time studying his dad's jam sessions and learning the songs they would play.
* Chad talks a little bit about what it was like working as a drum tech for the great Virgil Donati as he breaks down the story behind getting the gig, what Virgil was like as his employer, and the amazing experience he gained touring with such a legend.
* What kind of drummers I like podcast would this be without Kevin digging into Chad's setup and preference as a player and as a drum-tech.

Chad is a young gun with a bright future in this industry. He has already built up a hefty resume, teamed up with some serious players in the music game, and really spent the time to hone in on his craft. His networking skills, ability to negotiate his deals and attention to detail crown him as a true drumtrepreneur and straight up Role Model for any drummer looking to find his place in this giant industry.

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

Links to Chad Wolf

Facebook

Instagram

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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Daily Fill #110: Kevin’s Drum Rants – Paiste 900 Series Part 2 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill110/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 09 Nov 2017 19:25:13 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4763 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill110/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill110/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals for the second time! Let's get back to it! Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. We start things out after a bit of a refresher. Then, we talk about the hi-hats in this line. They offer quite a few cool options and I really like one of the hi-hats in this line so listen out for that Then we get into the China cymbal of the 900 series. This cymbal really continues with the signature sound of this line and will have many applications. I compare this cymbal with another from Paiste that I myself use, so I have some fun comparisons here to help you get an idea of what to expect with this China. Last but definitely not least is the splash cymbal. The 900 series gong sound comes out in this splash quite strong and has some neat complex sounds for a great priced product. I also talk in this section about the possibility of creating some stack options using the crash/chinas from this series or the splash/china. I think there would be a few cool options! That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Welcome back to Kevin’s Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste’s 900 series of cymbals for the second time! Let’s get back to it!

Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. We start things out after a bit of a refresher. Then, we talk about the hi-hats in this line. They offer quite a few cool options and I really like one of the hi-hats in this line so listen out for that

Then we get into the China cymbal of the 900 series. This cymbal really continues with the signature sound of this line and will have many applications. I compare this cymbal with another from Paiste that I myself use, so I have some fun comparisons here to help you get an idea of what to expect with this China.

Last but definitely not least is the splash cymbal. The 900 series gong sound comes out in this splash quite strong and has some neat complex sounds for a great priced product. I also talk in this section about the possibility of creating some stack options using the crash/chinas from this series or the splash/china. I think there would be a few cool options!

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals for the second tim...
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals for the second time! Let's get back to it!

Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. We start things out after a bit of a refresher. Then, we talk about the hi-hats in this line. They offer quite a few cool options and I really like one of the hi-hats in this line so listen out for that

Then we get into the China cymbal of the 900 series. This cymbal really continues with the signature sound of this line and will have many applications. I compare this cymbal with another from Paiste that I myself use, so I have some fun comparisons here to help you get an idea of what to expect with this China.

Last but definitely not least is the splash cymbal. The 900 series gong sound comes out in this splash quite strong and has some neat complex sounds for a great priced product. I also talk in this section about the possibility of creating some stack options using the crash/chinas from this series or the splash/china. I think there would be a few cool options!

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin

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Kevin's Links 
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Scott's Drum Lesson
Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard
Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford
Drum Rants with Kevin
Last Friday's Podcast 
Drummers I Like Social Media links
website
Instagram
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Daily Fill: Following up with your goals https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill109/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 07 Nov 2017 10:00:09 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4740 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill109/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill109/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: " It doesn't matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going." - Brian Tracey On today's episode, we are back with a quick check up regarding the last 4 weeks of our drumtrepreneurial journey towards focus, discipline, and execution. I want to spend today's episode reviewing our month as an exercise of refreshing the mind on everything we just worked so hard towards. In the last few weeks we have covered the following: Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule Decompressing and taking a break So as we look back on everything we worked so hard for we must continue to refresh, evaluate, restructure, and repeat. This is probably the most important part of this continual process as it requires us to continually pick apart our actions and re-engineer them for success. It probably took me 6 months total to really get a hang on doing this and forcing it into my circadian rhythm each and every day but I'm telling you it is worth every bit of effort. Remember... You can always go back to the previous four episodes if you need a refresh on everything. The Weekly Challenge: For this week's Drumtrepreneur challenge, I am changing things up because sadly it seems like these contests may be a little too much work for my listeners. That's okay because we are about to change things up with a new schedule of daily fill Tuesday shows that will feature weekly giveaways, challenges, and the occasional guest! So... On to the challenge... I just want you to review the show with your honest opinion on how these daily fill shows have helped you in the real world. I get a lot of feedback regarding these shows being extremely beneficial and It would mean the world to me if you proclaimed your love for me on iTunes. For that I will give away something new every week! This weeks prize brings back a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast!   Here's how to enter. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW) Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners! Remember, the winner will receive a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

Today’s quote: ” It doesn’t matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going. – Brian Tracey

On today’s episode, we are back with a quick check up regarding the last 4 weeks of our drumtrepreneurial journey towards focus, discipline, and execution. I want to spend today’s episode reviewing our month as an exercise of refreshing the mind on everything we just worked so hard towards.

In the last few weeks we have covered the following:

  1. Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind
  2. Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days
  3. Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule
  4. Decompressing and taking a break

So as we look back on everything we worked so hard for we must continue to refresh, evaluate, restructure, and repeat. This is probably the most important part of this continual process as it requires us to continually pick apart our actions and re-engineer them for success. It probably took me 6 months total to really get a hang on doing this and forcing it into my circadian rhythm each and every day but I’m telling you it is worth every bit of effort. Remember… You can always go back to the previous four episodes if you need a refresh on everything.

The Weekly Challenge:

For this week’s Drumtrepreneur challenge, I am changing things up because sadly it seems like these contests may be a little too much work for my listeners. That’s okay because we are about to change things up with a new schedule of daily fill Tuesday shows that will feature weekly giveaways, challenges, and the occasional guest! So… On to the challenge… I just want you to review the show with your honest opinion on how these daily fill shows have helped you in the real world. I get a lot of feedback regarding these shows being extremely beneficial and It would mean the world to me if you proclaimed your love for me on iTunes. For that I will give away something new every week! This weeks prize brings back a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast!  

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  2. Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

Remember, the winner will receive a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: " It doesn't matter where you are coming fro... Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
Today's quote: " It doesn't matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going." - Brian Tracey

On today's episode, we are back with a quick check up regarding the last 4 weeks of our drumtrepreneurial journey towards focus, discipline, and execution. I want to spend today's episode reviewing our month as an exercise of refreshing the mind on everything we just worked so hard towards.

In the last few weeks we have covered the following:

* Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind
* Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days
* Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule
* Decompressing and taking a break

So as we look back on everything we worked so hard for we must continue to refresh, evaluate, restructure, and repeat. This is probably the most important part of this continual process as it requires us to continually pick apart our actions and re-engineer them for success. It probably took me 6 months total to really get a hang on doing this and forcing it into my circadian rhythm each and every day but I'm telling you it is worth every bit of effort. Remember... You can always go back to the previous four episodes if you need a refresh on everything.

The Weekly Challenge:
For this week's Drumtrepreneur challenge, I am changing things up because sadly it seems like these contests may be a little too much work for my listeners. That's okay because we are about to change things up with a new schedule of daily fill Tuesday shows that will feature weekly giveaways, challenges, and the occasional guest! So... On to the challenge... I just want you to review the show with your honest opinion on how these daily fill shows have helped you in the real world. I get a lot of feedback regarding these shows being extremely beneficial and It would mean the world to me if you proclaimed your love for me on iTunes. For that I will give away something new every week! This weeks prize brings back a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast!  
Here's how to enter.

Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes explaining how this show has helped you! (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
* Make sure you leave a name on the review we can reach you by on our shout outs to winners!

Remember, the winner will receive a fresh pair of drum sticks, a free download of beatmirror for IOS, and a shout out on the podcast!
That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Get a free Coaching call with Me:
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com
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ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join
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Daily Fill: 8 Habits for great practice https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-108-drum-lesson-8-habits-for-great-practice/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 06 Nov 2017 10:00:33 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4726 https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-108-drum-lesson-8-habits-for-great-practice/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-108-drum-lesson-8-habits-for-great-practice/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more Today's quote: "It wasn't that i couldn't play it, but that i couldn't think of it." Gavin Harrison 8 Habits for a GREAT Practice. Write Daily Goals: Make sure the daily goals equate to monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals. Write Musical Ideas Out: Whether it is a chart for a song, a fill, a groove, or I am creating my own musical idea, you need to write it out. Stick to the Routine: Don't change your practice routine half way through your practice. You should know that ahead of time. Time Segments: Use a timer and set time limits to each thing you practice Record Yourself: This is a must do practice habit. Learn from Your Mistakes: Handle them. Fix it and move on Capitalize on You Successes: harness what worked best for you! Go 110 percent on whatever that is. Document Your Successes: You will not be able to harness the power of success if you do not document what worked. Download a Printable Version Here Why Are Habits Important? First thing, two books everyone should read are THE TALENT CODE by Daniel Coyle and THE POWER OF HABIT by Charles Duhigg. These two books will open your mind up to the true potential your brain is capable of, so long as you know how to use it. Now, Habits... Habits are important because they truly impact are decisions either with food, hanging out with friends, and also WHAT WE PLAY IN A MUSICAL SETTING. Sorry for all caps, but this is true. Hence the Gavin Harrison quote. As drummers, we often knock ourselves down for "not being creative" when it is not that at all. It is in fact, that we have habits that come out without our knowledge that take control while we play music. If these habits did not come forth, well we would have to THINK about every single note we played, and I do mean every single note. Now, think about that. Have you ever noticed yourself performing something effortlessly, but on the flip side while you practiced you had to think about each note? That is habit. That is your basal ganglia kickin in folks. It is a great and wondrous part of the brain, however; the basal ganglia does not discriminate between good or bad. Nor, does it between creative and old habits. Do you see where I am going with this? "It wasn't that I couldn't play it, but rather I could not think of it" It has nothing to do with creativity, but habits. As musicians, we have to understand that if our practice habits are bland, then when we play live the old habits will come back. Our brain wants to be able to "not think" as much so it can be aware to do other processes, but enlue of this it can be a downside too. This means our old fills, grooves, or ideas can easily creep into our playing even though we have spent months learning new fills, grooves, and concepts. Pretty crazy, right? Are you still with me? GOOD. This is where things get interesting. You have to CHANGE your old routine of practice, but still achieve them same reward for practicing. So, the above tips are just the start to changing a routine and making it great. Here are some questions to ask yourself before you change anything. Why do I practice? What is the routine of my practice? What is my reward for practicing? What can I change in my routine to make it better? Jot your answers down and save them for next week because we are taking this head on! The Weekly Challenge: Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week Here's How To Enter Take a picture of what you wrote down in a log/journal that was successful in your practice routine for 5 days with current dates between 11/6/2017 through 11/12/2017

Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more

Today’s quote: “It wasn’t that i couldn’t play it, but that i couldn’t think of it. Gavin Harrison

8 Habits for a GREAT Practice.

  1. Write Daily Goals: Make sure the daily goals equate to monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals.
  2. Write Musical Ideas Out: Whether it is a chart for a song, a fill, a groove, or I am creating my own musical idea, you need to write it out.
  3. Stick to the Routine: Don’t change your practice routine half way through your practice. You should know that ahead of time.
  4. Time Segments: Use a timer and set time limits to each thing you practice
  5. Record Yourself: This is a must do practice habit.
  6. Learn from Your Mistakes: Handle them. Fix it and move on
  7. Capitalize on You Successes: harness what worked best for you! Go 110 percent on whatever that is.
  8. Document Your Successes: You will not be able to harness the power of success if you do not document what worked.

Download a Printable Version Here

Why Are Habits Important?

First thing, two books everyone should read are THE TALENT CODE by Daniel Coyle and THE POWER OF HABIT by Charles Duhigg. These two books will open your mind up to the true potential your brain is capable of, so long as you know how to use it. Now, Habits… Habits are important because they truly impact are decisions either with food, hanging out with friends, and also WHAT WE PLAY IN A MUSICAL SETTING. Sorry for all caps, but this is true. Hence the Gavin Harrison quote. As drummers, we often knock ourselves down for “not being creative” when it is not that at all. It is in fact, that we have habits that come out without our knowledge that take control while we play music. If these habits did not come forth, well we would have to THINK about every single note we played, and I do mean every single note. Now, think about that.

Have you ever noticed yourself performing something effortlessly, but on the flip side while you practiced you had to think about each note? That is habit. That is your basal ganglia kickin in folks. It is a great and wondrous part of the brain, however; the basal ganglia does not discriminate between good or bad. Nor, does it between creative and old habits. Do you see where I am going with this? “It wasn’t that I couldn’t play it, but rather I could not think of it” It has nothing to do with creativity, but habits. As musicians, we have to understand that if our practice habits are bland, then when we play live the old habits will come back. Our brain wants to be able to “not think” as much so it can be aware to do other processes, but enlue of this it can be a downside too. This means our old fills, grooves, or ideas can easily creep into our playing even though we have spent months learning new fills, grooves, and concepts. Pretty crazy, right? Are you still with me? GOOD. This is where things get interesting. You have to CHANGE your old routine of practice, but still achieve them same reward for practicing. So, the above tips are just the start to changing a routine and making it great.

Here are some questions to ask yourself before you change anything.

Why do I practice?

What is the routine of my practice?

What is my reward for practicing?

What can I change in my routine to make it better?

Jot your answers down and save them for next week because we are taking this head on!

The Weekly Challenge:

Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days, and you will get a shout out from Drummers I Like on our Instagram Story. This will be a reoccurring challenge each week. Meaning you can enter at least once every week

Here’s How To Enter

  1. Take a picture of what you wrote down in a log/journal that was successful in your practice routine for 5 days with current dates between 11/6/2017 through 11/12/2017
  2. Explain why it helped you to keep a log/journal of your successes.
  3. Follow at @Drummersilike on instagram
  4. DM the picture and explanation to @drummersilike on Instagram or email it to scott@drummersilike.com

That is it! Really easy and we will give you shout out.

Remember, ANYONE and EVERYONE CAN WIN!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more instruction, knowledge, and more practical tips that can be applied to your Musical Journey

Go Practice!

-Scott

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private Facebook group!

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more - Today's quote: "It wasn't that i couldn't play it, but that i couldn't think of it." Gavin Harrison - Welcome to the Drum Lesson with our Lead Educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott gives us a dose of knowledge, advice, insight, and more

Today's quote: "It wasn't that i couldn't play it, but that i couldn't think of it." Gavin Harrison

8 Habits for a GREAT Practice.


* Write Daily Goals: Make sure the daily goals equate to monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals.
* Write Musical Ideas Out: Whether it is a chart for a song, a fill, a groove, or I am creating my own musical idea, you need to write it out.
* Stick to the Routine: Don't change your practice routine half way through your practice. You should know that ahead of time.
* Time Segments: Use a timer and set time limits to each thing you practice
* Record Yourself: This is a must do practice habit.
* Learn from Your Mistakes: Handle them. Fix it and move on
* Capitalize on You Successes: harness what worked best for you! Go 110 percent on whatever that is.
* Document Your Successes: You will not be able to harness the power of success if you do not document what worked.

Download a Printable Version Here

Why Are Habits Important?

First thing, two books everyone should read are THE TALENT CODE by Daniel Coyle and THE POWER OF HABIT by Charles Duhigg. These two books will open your mind up to the true potential your brain is capable of, so long as you know how to use it. Now, Habits... Habits are important because they truly impact are decisions either with food, hanging out with friends, and also WHAT WE PLAY IN A MUSICAL SETTING. Sorry for all caps, but this is true. Hence the Gavin Harrison quote. As drummers, we often knock ourselves down for "not being creative" when it is not that at all. It is in fact, that we have habits that come out without our knowledge that take control while we play music. If these habits did not come forth, well we would have to THINK about every single note we played, and I do mean every single note. Now, think about that.

Have you ever noticed yourself performing something effortlessly, but on the flip side while you practiced you had to think about each note? That is habit. That is your basal ganglia kickin in folks. It is a great and wondrous part of the brain, however; the basal ganglia does not discriminate between good or bad. Nor, does it between creative and old habits. Do you see where I am going with this? "It wasn't that I couldn't play it, but rather I could not think of it" It has nothing to do with creativity, but habits. As musicians, we have to understand that if our practice habits are bland, then when we play live the old habits will come back. Our brain wants to be able to "not think" as much so it can be aware to do other processes, but enlue of this it can be a downside too. This means our old fills, grooves, or ideas can easily creep into our playing even though we have spent months learning new fills, grooves, and concepts. Pretty crazy, right? Are you still with me? GOOD. This is where things get interesting. You have to CHANGE your old routine of practice, but still achieve them same reward for practicing. So, the above tips are just the start to changing a routine and making it great.

Here are some questions to ask yourself before you change anything.

Why do I practice?

What is the routine of my practice?

What is my reward for practicing?

What can I change in my routine to make it better?

Jot your answers down and save them for next week because we are taking this head on!

The Weekly Challenge:

Send a picture of you Documenting your successes while practicing for at least 5 days,]]>
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Anup Sastry - The art of being your own band https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast73/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 03 Nov 2017 10:00:23 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4655 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast73/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast73/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with a personal hero of mine, one of the sickest drummers ever, the inspiration behind the drummers I Like Podcast intro music and a genuinely good dude. His name is Anup Sastry and he is drummer, producer, and engineer with a talent that I feel is just not seen on a level this advanced. This show as an honor, a milestone, a dream come true, and ultimately a personal celebratory moment for everything we have come to do with this podcast journey of ours. About our guest: Anup first caught my radar in early 2011 when I found him via a Youtube drum cover of Periphery's "New Groove". He was the first guy out there successfully nailing Matt Halpern drum covers and being such a big fan of Hellpern I couldn't help but get sucked in. He made New Groove his bitch. I was stuck on this cover for quite some time and as I followed his journey of insanely tough drum covers he started posting some covers for what sounded like his own solo material. Low and behold these solo covers led to his solo album "ghost" in 2013. The craziest part about these albums is that they use all programmed guitars and bass which I can promise you would have slipped right past you had I not mentioned it! I was hooked even more and started to obsess over his playing. Since then he has released a handful of new solo albums, toured with amazing bands like Monuments, intervals, Marty Friedman, and truly taken the drumming community by storm. Key Points from today's episode: We get the full-fledged story from the myth himself with a full breakdown of Anup's childhood and early years breaking into the music scene and playing the drums. Anup gets into the details of his first drumset purchase in which his father made him do a full classroom style report and price analysis on the cost of drums broken down to hardware, finish, size, upgrades, and more. Anup breaks down the process behind his solo album success stories in which he was able to program guitars, bass and more to produce a truly amazing progressive rock album keeping up with some of the most popular bands in the genre. Anup is the secret sauce of our community and truly full of insane knowledge, skill, drive, and capabilities to help lead our massive community of drumtrepreneurs in a positive and engaging direction. Finally getting to sit down and chat with him was a dream come true but like all previous episodes a true wake up call to the efforts and actions it takes to obtain any level of success in this industry. That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links for Anup Sastry Facebook Instagram Youtube Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with a personal hero of mine, one of the sickest drummers ever, the inspiration behind the drummers I Like Podcast intro music and a genuinely good dude. His name is Anup Sastry and he is drummer, producer, and engineer with a talent that I feel is just not seen on a level this advanced. This show as an honor, a milestone, a dream come true, and ultimately a personal celebratory moment for everything we have come to do with this podcast journey of ours.

About our guest:

Anup first caught my radar in early 2011 when I found him via a Youtube drum cover of Periphery’s “New Groove”. He was the first guy out there successfully nailing Matt Halpern drum covers and being such a big fan of Hellpern I couldn’t help but get sucked in. He made New Groove his bitch. I was stuck on this cover for quite some time and as I followed his journey of insanely tough drum covers he started posting some covers for what sounded like his own solo material. Low and behold these solo covers led to his solo album “ghost” in 2013. The craziest part about these albums is that they use all programmed guitars and bass which I can promise you would have slipped right past you had I not mentioned it! I was hooked even more and started to obsess over his playing. Since then he has released a handful of new solo albums, toured with amazing bands like Monuments, intervals, Marty Friedman, and truly taken the drumming community by storm.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • We get the full-fledged story from the myth himself with a full breakdown of Anup’s childhood and early years breaking into the music scene and playing the drums.
  • Anup gets into the details of his first drumset purchase in which his father made him do a full classroom style report and price analysis on the cost of drums broken down to hardware, finish, size, upgrades, and more.
  • Anup breaks down the process behind his solo album success stories in which he was able to program guitars, bass and more to produce a truly amazing progressive rock album keeping up with some of the most popular bands in the genre.

Anup is the secret sauce of our community and truly full of insane knowledge, skill, drive, and capabilities to help lead our massive community of drumtrepreneurs in a positive and engaging direction. Finally getting to sit down and chat with him was a dream come true but like all previous episodes a true wake up call to the efforts and actions it takes to obtain any level of success in this industry.

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

Links for Anup Sastry

Facebook

Instagram

Youtube

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with a personal hero of mine, one of the sickest drummers ever, the inspiration behind the drummers I Like Podcast intro music and a genuinely good dude.


About our guest:

Anup first caught my radar in early 2011 when I found him via a Youtube drum cover of Periphery's "New Groove". He was the first guy out there successfully nailing Matt Halpern drum covers and being such a big fan of Hellpern I couldn't help but get sucked in. He made New Groove his bitch. I was stuck on this cover for quite some time and as I followed his journey of insanely tough drum covers he started posting some covers for what sounded like his own solo material. Low and behold these solo covers led to his solo album "ghost" in 2013. The craziest part about these albums is that they use all programmed guitars and bass which I can promise you would have slipped right past you had I not mentioned it! I was hooked even more and started to obsess over his playing. Since then he has released a handful of new solo albums, toured with amazing bands like Monuments, intervals, Marty Friedman, and truly taken the drumming community by storm.

Key Points from today's episode:

* We get the full-fledged story from the myth himself with a full breakdown of Anup's childhood and early years breaking into the music scene and playing the drums.
* Anup gets into the details of his first drumset purchase in which his father made him do a full classroom style report and price analysis on the cost of drums broken down to hardware, finish, size, upgrades, and more.
* Anup breaks down the process behind his solo album success stories in which he was able to program guitars, bass and more to produce a truly amazing progressive rock album keeping up with some of the most popular bands in the genre.

Anup is the secret sauce of our community and truly full of insane knowledge, skill, drive, and capabilities to help lead our massive community of drumtrepreneurs in a positive and engaging direction. Finally getting to sit down and chat with him was a dream come true but like all previous episodes a true wake up call to the efforts and actions it takes to obtain any level of success in this industry.

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

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Daily Fill: Paiste 900 Series Part 1 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill107/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 02 Nov 2017 10:00:37 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4712 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill107/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill107/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals. Let's get to it!   Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. To start off we talk about what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of cymbals. We go over what alloy they are using in the 900 series. As well as what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of affordable cymbals. Now let's get into the cymbals! First, we dive into the ride cymbals in this line. They offer three subseries of rides and each one is unique. Several sizes in the Ride, Heavy Ride, and Mega Ride. From there we spend the rest of our time on the crashes in this line. The crashes have two subseries.  crash and heavy crash. This is really where this line shines so make sure to take a listen if you're in the market for some new and also affordable cymbals. Next week we will continue or show on the 900 series and we will finish up by reviewing the Hi-Hats, China and Splashes. This is an impressive line of cymbals so make sure to go check em out and listen to some of the sound files for the 900 series. That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Welcome back to Kevin’s Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste’s 900 series of cymbals. Let’s get to it!

 

Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. To start off we talk about what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of cymbals. We go over what alloy they are using in the 900 series. As well as what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of affordable cymbals.

Now let’s get into the cymbals! First, we dive into the ride cymbals in this line. They offer three subseries of rides and each one is unique. Several sizes in the Ride, Heavy Ride, and Mega Ride.

From there we spend the rest of our time on the crashes in this line. The crashes have two subseries.  crash and heavy crash. This is really where this line shines so make sure to take a listen if you’re in the market for some new and also affordable cymbals.

Next week we will continue or show on the 900 series and we will finish up by reviewing the Hi-Hats, China and Splashes. This is an impressive line of cymbals so make sure to go check em out and listen to some of the sound files for the 900 series.

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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]]> WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals. Let's get to it!
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Welcome back to Kevin's Gear Rants! Today we will be talking about Paiste's 900 series of cymbals. Let's get to it!

 

Thanks for joining us for this deep dive into the Paiste 900 series. To start off we talk about what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of cymbals. We go over what alloy they are using in the 900 series. As well as what Paiste wants you to know about this new line of affordable cymbals.

Now let's get into the cymbals! First, we dive into the ride cymbals in this line. They offer three subseries of rides and each one is unique. Several sizes in the Ride, Heavy Ride, and Mega Ride.

From there we spend the rest of our time on the crashes in this line. The crashes have two subseries.  crash and heavy crash. This is really where this line shines so make sure to take a listen if you're in the market for some new and also affordable cymbals.

Next week we will continue or show on the 900 series and we will finish up by reviewing the Hi-Hats, China and Splashes. This is an impressive line of cymbals so make sure to go check em out and listen to some of the sound files for the 900 series.

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin

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Drummers I Like LLC 107 yes 17:50 Daily Fill: Decompressing and taking a break https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill106/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 31 Oct 2017 10:00:22 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4679 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill106/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill106/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: " We are the facilitators of our own creative evolution." - Bill Hicks On today's episode, we are back with week 4 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 4 is an essential week by far and our most important in the series which is why I saved it for last! This week is all about slowing it down, taking a break, doing some self-evaluation, and starting our next month fresh on our new path to success. So far we have covered the following: Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule So we have got a hang on our path to success, we have scheduled it out and increased our ability to execute 10X, and then employed the use of some handy automation tools to ensure we stay on track and efficient with our time. Now take a break, pop open a beer (or pack a bong) and take a break so you can reflect on your amazing accomplishments and prepare your body for another week of hard work! Why it matters: If you're like me you get burnt out by work and work associated activities which means your body is likely bored, sick of the work, and in need of a change of scenery. This is primarily why I talked so highly about the Pomodoro technique and allowing yourself to take short breaks in between each work period. These are our mini breaks, micro vacations, and small moments of stressless thinking that give us the multiple daily mini recharge's we need to think clearly. Without these moments we deprive our spirits of the self-dose of sanity it needs to function at optimum efficiency. Sometimes I am not always perfect about making these moments happen all day and when I don't I can tell. This is why it all comes down to balance and making sure thought ten steps ahead to allow you this much needed time. How to do it: It all starts with scheduling and from there it's execution. Sometimes the hardest thing for me is turning off the monitor, putting away my phone, shutting off the TV, and eliminating social media completely. I know though that if I do I will execute my client work better so I always use that as my main self-argument point. Remember that taking breaks helps eliminate immediate stress otherwise, It just piles up.. so schedule accordingly and treat this time as if it were just as important or detrimental to your wallet as delivering for a high-end client would be. How often do you do it?: I have a simple formula for this entire method. Schedule it out every day and make it apart of your daily regimen and life system. This practice will add literal years to your life, create the essential work-life balance, and allow you to do the number one thing that we look to get out of this entire series. CONCENTRATE CLEARLY. That's what it's all about here and something that should heavily be regarded as your number one coveted need. Without clear thoughts, we cannot act clearly and without clear actions, we can't create clear paths to travel. So this is it for our 4-part Drumtrepreneur self-evaluation series but by far from the last of the series itself. We are taking a break next week to prepare for part 2 of the series featuring our Drumtrepreneur Artist interviews. This series will feature a handful of different drummers talking about their business acquisitions, current companies, and what it takes to run the business of being a drummer fulltime. The Weekly Challenge: For this week's Instagram Drumtrepreneur challenge, I want you to grab one of these apps and start putting them to use to benefit your week and your ability to focus even more.

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

Today’s quote: ” We are the facilitators of our own creative evolution. – Bill Hicks

On today’s episode, we are back with week 4 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 4 is an essential week by far and our most important in the series which is why I saved it for last! This week is all about slowing it down, taking a break, doing some self-evaluation, and starting our next month fresh on our new path to success.

So far we have covered the following:

  1. Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind
  2. Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days
  3. Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule

So we have got a hang on our path to success, we have scheduled it out and increased our ability to execute 10X, and then employed the use of some handy automation tools to ensure we stay on track and efficient with our time. Now take a break, pop open a beer (or pack a bong) and take a break so you can reflect on your amazing accomplishments and prepare your body for another week of hard work!

Why it matters:

If you’re like me you get burnt out by work and work associated activities which means your body is likely bored, sick of the work, and in need of a change of scenery. This is primarily why I talked so highly about the Pomodoro technique and allowing yourself to take short breaks in between each work period. These are our mini breaks, micro vacations, and small moments of stressless thinking that give us the multiple daily mini recharge’s we need to think clearly. Without these moments we deprive our spirits of the self-dose of sanity it needs to function at optimum efficiency. Sometimes I am not always perfect about making these moments happen all day and when I don’t I can tell. This is why it all comes down to balance and making sure thought ten steps ahead to allow you this much needed time.

How to do it:

It all starts with scheduling and from there it’s execution. Sometimes the hardest thing for me is turning off the monitor, putting away my phone, shutting off the TV, and eliminating social media completely. I know though that if I do I will execute my client work better so I always use that as my main self-argument point. Remember that taking breaks helps eliminate immediate stress otherwise, It just piles up.. so schedule accordingly and treat this time as if it were just as important or detrimental to your wallet as delivering for a high-end client would be.

How often do you do it?:

I have a simple formula for this entire method. Schedule it out every day and make it apart of your daily regimen and life system. This practice will add literal years to your life, create the essential work-life balance, and allow you to do the number one thing that we look to get out of this entire series. CONCENTRATE CLEARLY. That’s what it’s all about here and something that should heavily be regarded as your number one coveted need. Without clear thoughts, we cannot act clearly and without clear actions, we can’t create clear paths to travel.

So this is it for our 4-part Drumtrepreneur self-evaluation series but by far from the last of the series itself. We are taking a break next week to prepare for part 2 of the series featuring our Drumtrepreneur Artist interviews. This series will feature a handful of different drummers talking about their business acquisitions, current companies, and what it takes to run the business of being a drummer fulltime.

The Weekly Challenge:

For this week’s Instagram Drumtrepreneur challenge, I want you to grab one of these apps and start putting them to use to benefit your week and your ability to focus even more. In addition to picking a winner to join our group chat we will be giving away 5 free copies of Beat mirror thanks to my Homeboy Alex over at Ten Kettles!

Here’s how to enter.

  1.  DM @drummersilike with your personal experience
  2. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  3. DM @drummersilike on Instagram to let us know you did it all

Remember, 5 people will get a free copy of the Beat Mirror Metronome app and one special Winner will get a free 30-40 minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro, a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month’s winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

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Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: " We are the facilitators of our own creativ... Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
Today's quote: " We are the facilitators of our own creative evolution." - Bill Hicks

On today's episode, we are back with week 4 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 4 is an essential week by far and our most important in the series which is why I saved it for last! This week is all about slowing it down, taking a break, doing some self-evaluation, and starting our next month fresh on our new path to success.

So far we have covered the following:

* Decluttering your schedule and clearing your mind
* Balancing your schedule, your week, and your next 90 days
* Automation tools and how to make them work for your schedule

So we have got a hang on our path to success, we have scheduled it out and increased our ability to execute 10X, and then employed the use of some handy automation tools to ensure we stay on track and efficient with our time. Now take a break, pop open a beer (or pack a bong) and take a break so you can reflect on your amazing accomplishments and prepare your body for another week of hard work!
Why it matters:
If you're like me you get burnt out by work and work associated activities which means your body is likely bored, sick of the work, and in need of a change of scenery. This is primarily why I talked so highly about the Pomodoro technique and allowing yourself to take short breaks in between each work period. These are our mini breaks, micro vacations, and small moments of stressless thinking that give us the multiple daily mini recharge's we need to think clearly. Without these moments we deprive our spirits of the self-dose of sanity it needs to function at optimum efficiency. Sometimes I am not always perfect about making these moments happen all day and when I don't I can tell. This is why it all comes down to balance and making sure thought ten steps ahead to allow you this much needed time.
How to do it:
It all starts with scheduling and from there it's execution. Sometimes the hardest thing for me is turning off the monitor, putting away my phone, shutting off the TV, and eliminating social media completely. I know though that if I do I will execute my client work better so I always use that as my main self-argument point. Remember that taking breaks helps eliminate immediate stress otherwise, It just piles up.. so schedule accordingly and treat this time as if it were just as important or detrimental to your wallet as delivering for a high-end client would be.
How often do you do it?:
I have a simple formula for this entire method. Schedule it out every day and make it apart of your daily regimen and life system. This practice will add literal years to your life, create the essential work-life balance, and allow you to do the number one thing that we look to get out of this entire series. CONCENTRATE CLEARLY. That's what it's all about here and something that should heavily be regarded as your number one coveted need. Without clear thoughts, we cannot act clearly and without clear actions, we can't create clear paths to travel.

So this is it for our 4-part Drumtrepreneur self-evaluation series but by far from the last of the series itself. We are taking a break next week to prepare for part 2 of the series featuring our Drumtrepreneur Artist interviews. This series will feature a handful of different drummers talking about their business acquisitions,]]>
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Daily Fill: Drum Lesson with Kyle Maxwell-Doherty Being a NYC Musician. https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill105/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 30 Oct 2017 09:00:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4668 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill105/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill105/feed/ 0 What is Up Everyone?! Scott here. I hope everyone is doing well today! I have an other spectacular guest this week. His name is Kyle Maxwell-Doherty, and he currently is a free-lance percussionist in the New York City area. He works with Gallant Entertainment, Radio City Music Hall, and many other performance/education gigs. Kyle is a great player, which makes him perfect for this show! He is incredibly knowledgeable in his craft and explains what is required to be a great performer in the New York City scene. Also, he can play the heck out of the snare drum. Remember to Follow Kyle on his Social Media Pages: The links are below! About our guest: Kyle resides in New York City since while working as a freelance percussionist and dance musician. He made his New York debut performing the world premier of Edo Frenkel’s There is nothing (but they) outside: 1. missa brevis at The Spectrum and recently performed at the Chelsea Music Festival. He has performed with the Radio City Rockettes, the Grammy Award Winning cast of Hamilton: An American Musical and at esteemed venues such as Madison Square Garden, Le Poisson Rouge, and The Blue Note. He has worked for Keigwin+Company, Doug Varone and Dancers, and as modern dance accompanist at Ballet Hispanico, Marymount Manhattan College, Peridance Center, 92nd Street Y, The New School, The Limon School and Juilliard. He is on faculty at Hofstra University and Westchester Community College. He is also a regular member with Gallant Entertainment Inc. He is currently concluding his Doctor of Musical Arts degree under the Direction of Dr. Norman Weinberg at The University of Arizona. While at the UofA he received his Masters of Music degree and served as the Director of The Rosewood Marimba Band and a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the Dance Department as Modern Dance Percussion Accompanist. Prior to attending the UofA he received his Bachelors of Music degree at Concordia College – Moorhead while studying with Dr. David P. Eyler. Kyle performs regularly in Atlas Percussion with percussionists Scott Shinbara and Alex Wier and Ensemble 520 with Mark Cook. He has performed at the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy (NCPP), the Society of Electro Acoustic Music In the United State (SEAMUS), the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Bob McCormick Marimba Festival, the Percussive Arts Society’s International Convention (PASIC), the International Festival of Percussion at the Conservatorio de Musica in San Juan Puerto Rico, the Minnesota Day of Percussion (MNPAS), the Nebraska Day of Percussion (NEPAS), and the Omaha-Under The Radar Festival. In 2009 he performed the North American Premier of Karlheinz Stockhausen’sLinker Augentanz. He spent the summer of 2012 creating a sound-scape of Manhattan in accordance with the chance operations found in the sketches and notebooks of John Cage’s A Dip in the Lake found in the Cage Trust Archives at the New York Public Library.  The Soundscape concluded in collaboration with respected Dance Choreographer Douglass Nielson in honor of the John Cage/Merce Cunningham collaboration and in recognition of Cage’s 100th birthday.  In 2006 and 2007, he studied traditional Drumming, Dance, and Gyil performance with world-renowned Master Drummer Bernard Woma and Master Drummer Dancer Sulley Imoro. He has also performed with the Saakumu Drum and Dance Troupe both in Ghana and California. Kyle is proud to represent and have industry support from Vic Firth, Gallant Entertainment Inc. and Alternate Mode Inc. Kyle was the September 2013 Artist of the Month for Alternate Mode Inc. and can be seen performing on their website. Currently, Kyle is a member of the Music Technology Committee at PAS and is the secretary for the New York Chapter of PAS. Kyle also serves on a voluntary basis for the Listening Room at PASIC and the Rhythm Discover Center under the direction of archivist Otice Sircy. Kyle is proud to have published 4 articles in Percus... What is Up Everyone?! Scott here. I hope everyone is doing well today! I have an other spectacular guest this week. His name is Kyle Maxwell-Doherty, and he currently is a free-lance percussionist in the New York City area. He works with Gallant Entertainment, Radio City Music Hall, and many other performance/education gigs. Kyle is a great player, which makes him perfect for this show! He is incredibly knowledgeable in his craft and explains what is required to be a great performer in the New York City scene. Also, he can play the heck out of the snare drum.

Remember to Follow Kyle on his Social Media Pages: The links are below!

About our guest:

Kyle resides in New York City since while working as a freelance percussionist and dance musician. He made his New York debut performing the world premier of Edo Frenkel’s There is nothing (but they) outside: 1. missa brevis at The Spectrum and recently performed at the Chelsea Music Festival. He has performed with the Radio City Rockettes, the Grammy Award Winning cast of Hamilton: An American Musical and at esteemed venues such as Madison Square Garden, Le Poisson Rouge, and The Blue Note. He has worked for Keigwin+Company, Doug Varone and Dancers, and as modern dance accompanist at Ballet Hispanico, Marymount Manhattan College, Peridance Center, 92nd Street Y, The New School, The Limon School and Juilliard. He is on faculty at Hofstra University and Westchester Community College. He is also a regular member with Gallant Entertainment Inc.

He is currently concluding his Doctor of Musical Arts degree under the Direction of Dr. Norman Weinberg at The University of Arizona. While at the UofA he received his Masters of Music degree and served as the Director of The Rosewood Marimba Band and a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the Dance Department as Modern Dance Percussion Accompanist. Prior to attending the UofA he received his Bachelors of Music degree at Concordia College – Moorhead while studying with Dr. David P. Eyler.

Kyle performs regularly in Atlas Percussion with percussionists Scott Shinbara and Alex Wier and Ensemble 520 with Mark Cook. He has performed at the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy (NCPP), the Society of Electro Acoustic Music In the United State (SEAMUS), the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Bob McCormick Marimba Festival, the Percussive Arts Society’s International Convention (PASIC), the International Festival of Percussion at the Conservatorio de Musica in San Juan Puerto Rico, the Minnesota Day of Percussion (MNPAS), the Nebraska Day of Percussion (NEPAS), and the Omaha-Under The Radar Festival. In 2009 he performed the North American Premier of Karlheinz Stockhausen’sLinker Augentanz.

He spent the summer of 2012 creating a sound-scape of Manhattan in accordance with the chance operations found in the sketches and notebooks of John Cage’s A Dip in the Lake found in the Cage Trust Archives at the New York Public LibraryThe Soundscape concluded in collaboration with respected Dance Choreographer Douglass Nielson in honor of the John Cage/Merce Cunningham collaboration and in recognition of Cage’s 100th birthday.  In 2006 and 2007, he studied traditional Drumming, Dance, and Gyil performance with world-renowned Master Drummer Bernard Woma and Master Drummer Dancer Sulley Imoro. He has also performed with the Saakumu Drum and Dance Troupe both in Ghana and California.

Kyle is proud to represent and have industry support from Vic Firth, Gallant Entertainment Inc. and Alternate Mode Inc. Kyle was the September 2013 Artist of the Month for Alternate Mode Inc. and can be seen performing on their website.

Currently, Kyle is a member of the Music Technology Committee at PAS and is the secretary for the New York Chapter of PAS. Kyle also serves on a voluntary basis for the Listening Room at PASIC and the Rhythm Discover Center under the direction of archivist Otice Sircy. Kyle is proud to have published 4 articles in Percussive Notes and his percussion ensemble arrangements can be found at Row-loff Productions. He also serves on the Dance Notation Bureau’s Professional Advisory Board.

He is thankful for many of his teachers including Dr. Norman Weinberg, Dr. David Eyler, Bob Becker, Bernard Woma, Matthew Altmire, Dr. Craig Walsh, and Dr. Steven Makela.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Getting The Gig: Kyle goes over how he was able to land the variety of gigs that he plays on from auditions, to just knowing the right people. He talks about it all
  • Preparing for the Gig: Kyle talks about the importance of reading music as well as some tips for preparing for a gig on short notice, and MOST times with NO REHEARSAL.
  • Plant the Seed: Kyle explains a great analogy he uses to teach his students to help them better understand the process of becoming a great musician.

That’s it for today’s lesson. Enjoy the Interview!

– Scott

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What is Up Everyone?! Scott here. I hope everyone is doing well today! I have an other spectacular guest this week. His name is Kyle Maxwell-Doherty, and he currently is a free-lance percussionist in the New York City area. Gallant Entertainment, Radio City Music Hall, and many other performance/education gigs. Kyle is a great player, which makes him perfect for this show! He is incredibly knowledgeable in his craft and explains what is required to be a great performer in the New York City scene. Also, he can play the heck out of the snare drum.

Remember to Follow Kyle on his Social Media Pages: The links are below!



About our guest:

Kyle resides in New York City since while working as a freelance percussionist and dance musician. He made his New York debut performing the world premier of Edo Frenkel’s There is nothing (but they) outside: 1. missa brevis at The Spectrum and recently performed at the Chelsea Music Festival. He has performed with the Radio City Rockettes, the Grammy Award Winning cast of Hamilton: An American Musical and at esteemed venues such as Madison Square Garden, Le Poisson Rouge, and The Blue Note. He has worked for Keigwin+Company, Doug Varone and Dancers, and as modern dance accompanist at Ballet Hispanico, Marymount Manhattan College, Peridance Center, 92nd Street Y, The New School, The Limon School and Juilliard. He is on faculty at Hofstra University and Westchester Community College. He is also a regular member with Gallant Entertainment Inc.

He is currently concluding his Doctor of Musical Arts degree under the Direction of Dr. Norman Weinberg at The University of Arizona. While at the UofA he received his Masters of Music degree and served as the Director of The Rosewood Marimba Band and a Graduate Teaching Assistant to the Dance Department as Modern Dance Percussion Accompanist. Prior to attending the UofA he received his Bachelors of Music degree at Concordia College – Moorhead while studying with Dr. David P. Eyler.

Kyle performs regularly in Atlas Percussion with percussionists Scott Shinbara and Alex Wier and Ensemble 520 with Mark Cook. He has performed at the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy (NCPP), the Society of Electro Acoustic Music In the United State (SEAMUS), the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Bob McCormick Marimba Festival, the Percussive Arts Society’s International Convention (PASIC), the International Festival of Percussion at the Conservatorio de Musica in San Juan Puerto Rico, the Minnesota Day of Percussion (MNPAS), the Nebraska Day of Percussion (NEPAS), and the Omaha-Under The Radar Festival. In 2009 he performed the North American Premier of Karlheinz Stockhausen’sLinker Augentanz.

He spent the summer of 2012 creating a sound-scape of Manhattan in accordance with the chance operations found in the sketches and notebooks of John Cage’s A Dip in the Lake found in the Cage Trust Archives at the New York Public Library.  The Soundscape concluded in collaboration with respected Dance Choreographer Douglass Nielson in honor of the John Cage/Merce Cunningham collaboration and in recognition of Cage’s 100th birthday.  In 2006 and 2007, he studied traditional Drumming, Dance, and Gyil performance with world-renowned Master Drummer Bernard Woma and Master Drummer Dancer Sulley Imoro. He has also performed with the Saakumu Drum and Dance Troupe both in Ghana and California.

Kyle is proud to represent and have industry support from Vic Firth, Gallant Entertainment Inc. and Alternate Mode Inc. Kyle was the September 2013 Artist of the Month for Alternate Mode Inc. and can be seen performing on their website.]]>
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Eddy Barco - When no is not a viable option https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast72/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 27 Oct 2017 09:00:01 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4652 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast72/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast72/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Los Angeles Native and host of the Nebula Music Podcast Eddy Barco! Eddy reached out to me earlier this year looking for a hand with getting His podcast up and live! About our guest: This podcast has literally been in the works for months and it really was worth the wait. Eddy is a true one of a kind drumtrepreneur that has let nothing stop him from achieving his goals. From heisting his local church daily in order to practice to making the tough decision to not give up when hit with an issue that would cause most to give up all hope. Eddy amps me up, his voice is energy producing and his vibe is just straight up cool which makes this entire episode an extremely multi-faceted and full of organic discourse. If this episode doesn't give you a reason to laugh at the pettiness of your problems, get back on the horse, and go full steam ahead towards your goals then you just may be doomed! Key Points from today's episode: Just like every episode of the drummers I like podcast we dive deep into Eddy's story getting the biography from the shredder himself. Eddy goes into detail regarding his childhood and early teenage years in which he would break into his church's band room every night of the week in order to practice his obsession that is drums We get the details on Eddy's brick wall moment in which he was faced to deal with the loss of 10 pre-recorded podcasts with some of the biggest artists in our industry. He break's down how he overcame this moment and launch what is now the nebula music podcast. Eddy is inspirational and after getting that truckload of a story and journey I was immediately struck with a sense of relaxation. All my issues seemed like small problems as Eddy made me see the big picture that day... Something my father in law consistently says to me " Don't sweat the small stuff and don't forget that it's all small stuff! It's the truth and Eddy is the pure essence of that truth and concept as told in this amazing journey of faith and hard work! That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links for Eddy Facebook Instagram Youtube Links for The Nebula Music Podcast Website Facebook Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Los Angeles Native and host of the Nebula Music Podcast Eddy Barco! Eddy reached out to me earlier this year looking for a hand with getting His podcast up and live!

About our guest:

This podcast has literally been in the works for months and it really was worth the wait. Eddy is a true one of a kind drumtrepreneur that has let nothing stop him from achieving his goals. From heisting his local church daily in order to practice to making the tough decision to not give up when hit with an issue that would cause most to give up all hope. Eddy amps me up, his voice is energy producing and his vibe is just straight up cool which makes this entire episode an extremely multi-faceted and full of organic discourse. If this episode doesn’t give you a reason to laugh at the pettiness of your problems, get back on the horse, and go full steam ahead towards your goals then you just may be doomed!

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Just like every episode of the drummers I like podcast we dive deep into Eddy’s story getting the biography from the shredder himself.
  • Eddy goes into detail regarding his childhood and early teenage years in which he would break into his church’s band room every night of the week in order to practice his obsession that is drums
  • We get the details on Eddy’s brick wall moment in which he was faced to deal with the loss of 10 pre-recorded podcasts with some of the biggest artists in our industry. He break’s down how he overcame this moment and launch what is now the nebula music podcast.

Eddy is inspirational and after getting that truckload of a story and journey I was immediately struck with a sense of relaxation. All my issues seemed like small problems as Eddy made me see the big picture that day… Something my father in law consistently says to me ” Don’t sweat the small stuff and don’t forget that it’s all small stuff! It’s the truth and Eddy is the pure essence of that truth and concept as told in this amazing journey of faith and hard work!

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

Links for Eddy

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Links for The Nebula Music Podcast

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Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

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Twitter

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Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Los Angeles Native and host of the Nebula Music Podcast Eddy Barco! Eddy reached out to me earlier this year looking for a hand with getting His podcast up a...


About our guest:

This podcast has literally been in the works for months and it really was worth the wait. Eddy is a true one of a kind drumtrepreneur that has let nothing stop him from achieving his goals. From heisting his local church daily in order to practice to making the tough decision to not give up when hit with an issue that would cause most to give up all hope. Eddy amps me up, his voice is energy producing and his vibe is just straight up cool which makes this entire episode an extremely multi-faceted and full of organic discourse. If this episode doesn't give you a reason to laugh at the pettiness of your problems, get back on the horse, and go full steam ahead towards your goals then you just may be doomed!

Key Points from today's episode:

* Just like every episode of the drummers I like podcast we dive deep into Eddy's story getting the biography from the shredder himself.
* Eddy goes into detail regarding his childhood and early teenage years in which he would break into his church's band room every night of the week in order to practice his obsession that is drums
* We get the details on Eddy's brick wall moment in which he was faced to deal with the loss of 10 pre-recorded podcasts with some of the biggest artists in our industry. He break's down how he overcame this moment and launch what is now the nebula music podcast.

Eddy is inspirational and after getting that truckload of a story and journey I was immediately struck with a sense of relaxation. All my issues seemed like small problems as Eddy made me see the big picture that day... Something my father in law consistently says to me " Don't sweat the small stuff and don't forget that it's all small stuff! It's the truth and Eddy is the pure essence of that truth and concept as told in this amazing journey of faith and hard work!

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

Links for Eddy

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Instagram

Youtube

Links for The Nebula Music Podcast

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Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast 
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Daily Fill: Kevin's Drum Rants - Into the Future https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill104/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 26 Oct 2017 10:00:34 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4660 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill104/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill104/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we look into the future of Kevin's Drum Gear Rant's.  Today I start the show off with a brief review of last weeks show on the CTA Digital heavy duty tablet stand. Man, that thing is a beast and definitely should be in good shape for a long time to come! From there I let you in on how I expect to expand this show to have more value for our listeners. The plan will be to start bringing you more extensive shows on your favorite new drum gear or how to fine tune and care for that same drum gear. So, you'll just have to listen to the show to get the rest of my ideas for now. Today's rant is pretty short but next week we should be bringing you a very special show so we can't wait to see what we can do to really bring the most value to you the listener. That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Hello, it’s Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we look into the future of Kevin’s Drum Gear Rant’s. 

Today I start the show off with a brief review of last weeks show on the CTA Digital heavy duty tablet stand. Man, that thing is a beast and definitely should be in good shape for a long time to come!

From there I let you in on how I expect to expand this show to have more value for our listeners. The plan will be to start bringing you more extensive shows on your favorite new drum gear or how to fine tune and care for that same drum gear. So, you’ll just have to listen to the show to get the rest of my ideas for now.

Today’s rant is pretty short but next week we should be bringing you a very special show so we can’t wait to see what we can do to really bring the most value to you the listener.

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Kevin’s Links 

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Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we look into the future of Kevin's Drum Gear Ran...
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we look into the future of Kevin's Drum Gear Rant's. 

Today I start the show off with a brief review of last weeks show on the CTA Digital heavy duty tablet stand. Man, that thing is a beast and definitely should be in good shape for a long time to come!

From there I let you in on how I expect to expand this show to have more value for our listeners. The plan will be to start bringing you more extensive shows on your favorite new drum gear or how to fine tune and care for that same drum gear. So, you'll just have to listen to the show to get the rest of my ideas for now.

Today's rant is pretty short but next week we should be bringing you a very special show so we can't wait to see what we can do to really bring the most value to you the listener.

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!
Kevin's Links 
Email

Instagram

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below
Scott's Drum Lesson
Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard
Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford
Drum Rants with Kevin
Last Friday's Podcast featuring Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis
Drummers I Like Social Media links
website
Instagram
Facebook
Twitter
Youtube]]>
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Daily Fill: Automation and virtual assistants https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill103/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 24 Oct 2017 10:00:15 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4630 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill103/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill103/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: "Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." - Dale "pimp limps" Carnegie On today's episode, we are back with week 3 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 3 is going to be my favorite week by far as we get right back into an old subject I speak a lot about. AUTOMATION. I love anything that helps me get the job done and today's episode is going to be a bare-bones break down of the 3 tools I use the most for Drummers I Like backend automation. Take notes, gear up, and get your Drumtrepreneur shoes on for a THICK episode of the Dail Fill So now that we are completely decluttered and fully balanced regarding our method of task management and focus we can jump into making shit happen. Trust me when I say that this has taken me multiple years to dial in and during that process, I have probably downloaded (and made the interns download) a million different productivity apps. Today I will spare you the BS and simplify it down to just 3 of the easiest and most user friends hacks for the on the grind drumtrenpreneur. IFTTT: IF THIS THEN THAT (MY SOCIAL MEDIA VIRTUAL ASSISTANT) "IFTTT empowers you to do more with the services you love"... The official quote literally explains it to a T. It's an automation tool focused on connecting different apps through algorithmic formulas called Applets you can either choose from or create yourself. I have at least 50 applets running weekly and that's everything from Twitter, to Facebook, Instagram, and even my emails. Example: Anytime someone tags #drummersilike on twitter I have an applet that runs on the Drummers I Like Twitter forcing it to like that post. Anytime someone follows @drummersilike on twitter the applet auto tweets a thank you to the persons account handle. This creates some pretty cool auto communication that leaves my followers feeling a little-noticed and allows me to see and be notified of who is following me multiple times by checking my feed rather than sorting through notifications. There are probably at least half a million functional applets at this point and I have been using this app since 2011 college years and it only gets better. Click here visit the site right now and get started. It's completely free. Price: Free with unlimited applets You can check IFTTT out by clicking here HootSuite: My personal social Jesus and creator of everything amazing. As it nears it 10 year anniversary I can only say good things about this powerful application that has been my savior for almost 6 years now. HootSuite is the social media mega tool and serves as the literal Hubspot for anything and everything regarding your social media management. Example: I schedule any reposts through HootSuite and am able to use its giant 6 column drop down board to get a clear idea of what is high definition, quality content from a source I know. I use it for scheduling everything I can for Drummers I Like, my clients, and personal accounts. It also serves as a mega sourcing tool for the best content as it allows me to setup massive boards for a litany of different hashtags, user-related content, user-specific content, and just about anything in between for pretty much every social channel. The best part? IT MEASURES SOCIAL ANALYTICS and not some basic clown type stuff from a random app. It is somewhat like a google analytics type U.I. giving you graphs, ranking, measurement across the board and more. The app itself is free to use for a certain amount of accounts but the analytics software will cost you $500 big ones so get ready to pony up some big ones but TRUST ME.... It is worth every penny.

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

Today’s quote: “Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.” – Dale “pimp limps” Carnegie

On today’s episode, we are back with week 3 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 3 is going to be my favorite week by far as we get right back into an old subject I speak a lot about. AUTOMATION. I love anything that helps me get the job done and today’s episode is going to be a bare-bones break down of the 3 tools I use the most for Drummers I Like backend automation. Take notes, gear up, and get your Drumtrepreneur shoes on for a THICK episode of the Dail Fill

So now that we are completely decluttered and fully balanced regarding our method of task management and focus we can jump into making shit happen. Trust me when I say that this has taken me multiple years to dial in and during that process, I have probably downloaded (and made the interns download) a million different productivity apps. Today I will spare you the BS and simplify it down to just 3 of the easiest and most user friends hacks for the on the grind drumtrenpreneur.

IFTTT: IF THIS THEN THAT (MY SOCIAL MEDIA VIRTUAL ASSISTANT)

“IFTTT empowers you to do more with the services you love”… The official quote literally explains it to a T. It’s an automation tool focused on connecting different apps through algorithmic formulas called Applets you can either choose from or create yourself. I have at least 50 applets running weekly and that’s everything from Twitter, to Facebook, Instagram, and even my emails.

Example: Anytime someone tags #drummersilike on twitter I have an applet that runs on the Drummers I Like Twitter forcing it to like that post. Anytime someone follows @drummersilike on twitter the applet auto tweets a thank you to the persons account handle. This creates some pretty cool auto communication that leaves my followers feeling a little-noticed and allows me to see and be notified of who is following me multiple times by checking my feed rather than sorting through notifications.

There are probably at least half a million functional applets at this point and I have been using this app since 2011 college years and it only gets better. Click here visit the site right now and get started. It’s completely free.

Price: Free with unlimited applets

You can check IFTTT out by clicking here

HootSuite: My personal social Jesus and creator of everything amazing.

As it nears it 10 year anniversary I can only say good things about this powerful application that has been my savior for almost 6 years now. HootSuite is the social media mega tool and serves as the literal Hubspot for anything and everything regarding your social media management.

Example: I schedule any reposts through HootSuite and am able to use its giant 6 column drop down board to get a clear idea of what is high definition, quality content from a source I know.

I use it for scheduling everything I can for Drummers I Like, my clients, and personal accounts. It also serves as a mega sourcing tool for the best content as it allows me to setup massive boards for a litany of different hashtags, user-related content, user-specific content, and just about anything in between for pretty much every social channel. The best part? IT MEASURES SOCIAL ANALYTICS and not some basic clown type stuff from a random app. It is somewhat like a google analytics type U.I. giving you graphs, ranking, measurement across the board and more. The app itself is free to use for a certain amount of accounts but the analytics software will cost you $500 big ones so get ready to pony up some big ones but TRUST ME…. It is worth every penny.

Price: Free with basic subscription. $500/year for social analytics and unlimited accounts and teams.

You can check Hootsuite out by clicking here

here

DUE: Let’s actually DO THE THINGS WE SAY WE ARE GOING TO DO AND DO IT BETTER BY FORCEFUL REMINDERS!!

Ok… I’m an overly excited dude when it comes to this app and what it has done for my self-esteem, productivity, ability to remember, and stay on top of important times of the day, month, year, all my fucking life because without due it’s a basic mess and nightmare…Ok, in a nutshell, it’s a simple reminder app with a built-in AI that can formulate reminders with timers and repetition by using simple statements via textual input or voice. It has everything I need from morning affirmations pumping out all morning to my kid’s weekly events and functions. I even have a reminder to brush my teeth.

Example: When I wake up at 5 AM I am greeted with a 5 AM “wake up before it’s too late reminder” followed by a 5:05 AM “ARE YOU UP YET BITCH” reminder. I know it’s slightly profane but I operate better under more forceful and stressful statements and rhetoric haha. All the way up until 10 AM Due is shooting out all types of stuff keeping me in line with my schedule, obligations, and last minute schedule additions.

Due has probably been in my back pocket as a functional life utility for about 5 years now and where traditional methods of forced productivity have failed, due has succeeded. I seriously wish I had these tools in high school because I got so sick of keeping checklists and journals that it pushed me into throwing the habits away as I exited high school and joined the 2006 American workforce.

Price: $5

You can get due by clicking here

That’s it. That’s the big KEY 3 and everything I need to make my work week stay on par. The best part about these apps is that they are basically free or really cheap and offer value that exceeds the efforts to obtain or price by 100X in my opinion.

The Weekly Challenge:

For this week’s Instagram Drumtrepreneur challenge, I want you to grab one of these apps and start putting them to use to benefit your week and your ability to focus even more.

Here’s how to enter.

  1.  Download one of the apps and do the basic setup.
  2. Subscribe and leave a podcast review on Itunes (CLICK HERE TO LEAVE SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW)
  3. DM @drummersilike on Instagram to let us know you did it all

Winners get a free 30-40 minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro, a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month’s winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? Just visit coach.richducat.com

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Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: "Remember, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
Today's quote: "Remember, today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday." - Dale "pimp limps" Carnegie

On today's episode, we are back with week 3 of the Drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 3 is going to be my favorite week by far as we get right back into an old subject I speak a lot about. AUTOMATION. I love anything that helps me get the job done and today's episode is going to be a bare-bones break down of the 3 tools I use the most for Drummers I Like backend automation. Take notes, gear up, and get your Drumtrepreneur shoes on for a THICK episode of the Dail Fill

So now that we are completely decluttered and fully balanced regarding our method of task management and focus we can jump into making shit happen. Trust me when I say that this has taken me multiple years to dial in and during that process, I have probably downloaded (and made the interns download) a million different productivity apps. Today I will spare you the BS and simplify it down to just 3 of the easiest and most user friends hacks for the on the grind drumtrenpreneur.
IFTTT: IF THIS THEN THAT (MY SOCIAL MEDIA VIRTUAL ASSISTANT)
"IFTTT empowers you to do more with the services you love"... The official quote literally explains it to a T. It's an automation tool focused on connecting different apps through algorithmic formulas called Applets you can either choose from or create yourself. I have at least 50 applets running weekly and that's everything from Twitter, to Facebook, Instagram, and even my emails.

Example: Anytime someone tags #drummersilike on twitter I have an applet that runs on the Drummers I Like Twitter forcing it to like that post. Anytime someone follows @drummersilike on twitter the applet auto tweets a thank you to the persons account handle. This creates some pretty cool auto communication that leaves my followers feeling a little-noticed and allows me to see and be notified of who is following me multiple times by checking my feed rather than sorting through notifications.

There are probably at least half a million functional applets at this point and I have been using this app since 2011 college years and it only gets better. Click here visit the site right now and get started. It's completely free.

Price: Free with unlimited applets

You can check IFTTT out by clicking here
HootSuite: My personal social Jesus and creator of everything amazing.
As it nears it 10 year anniversary I can only say good things about this powerful application that has been my savior for almost 6 years now. HootSuite is the social media mega tool and serves as the literal Hubspot for anything and everything regarding your social media management.

Example: I schedule any reposts through HootSuite and am able to use its giant 6 column drop down board to get a clear idea of what is high definition, quality content from a source I know.



I use it for scheduling everything I can for Drummers I Like, my clients, and personal accounts. It also serves as a mega sourcing tool for the best content as it allows me to setup massive boards for a litany of different hashtags, user-related content, user-specific content, and just about anything in between for pretty much every social channel. The best part? IT MEASURES SOCIAL ANALYTICS and not some basic clown type stuff from a random app.]]>
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Daily Fill #102: Brice Winston: Finding Your Musical Voice https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill102/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 23 Oct 2017 10:00:36 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4616 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill102/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill102/feed/ 0 What is Up, Everyone?! Welcome Back. On Today’s Lesson, Scott invited world-renowned Saxophonist Brice Winston. This is an amazing episode because Brice has played with some outstanding drummers throughout his careers such as Brian Blade, Eric Harland, Marcus Gilmore, Kendrick Scott, Lewis Nash, Justin Brown, and much more. Brice Winston is a wonderful performer and educator. The main reason why I invited him on, other than his extensive performance experience, is because of the perspective he has with drummers and music in general. Brice works with young developing drummers through The Tucson Jazz Institute where he teaches jazz combos, and furthermore, he has performed with some of the giant drum set players like I mentioned earlier. His perspective is great because he is NOT a drum set player by profession, however; he coaches drummers regularly, and so he has feedback other than just the technical side to the instrument. He talks about Music not just the pedagogy of the drum set. When I studied with him, this was the most amazing aspect of our lessons. I was so used to being coached about music, but like 75% to 90% was technical stuff. When I got to studying with Brice, he only talked about music and showed me how to get really good at finding my voice, improvisation, and keeping time. He also is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to knowing great jazz drummers just because they played on his favorite albums. He introduced me to Billy Hart, Paul Motian, Roy Haynes, and the modern drummers like Marcus Gilmore, Kendrick Scott, and more. This is an incredible interview with some amazing knowledge for not just the developing drummer, but a seasoned pro too. About our guest: Brice Winston is an American born saxophonist and composer currently living in Tucson, AZ. After attending school at the University of New Orleans, he initially stepped out with trumpeter Nicholas Payton before joining forces with Grammy Award-winning trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard. Brice's 16 year residency in New Orleans and his association with Blanchard has afforded him is the opportunity to record and/or perform with some of the greatest musicians in jazz, including Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Ellis Marsalis, Lionel Loueke, Robert Glasper, Aaron Parks, Marcus Miller, Dizzie Gillespie, Branford Marsalis, Nneena Freelon, Dianne Reeves, Brian Blade, Patty Austin, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Mark Whitfield, Mark Turner, Nicholas Payton, and Eric Harland, among others. Brice appears as a composer and a performer on numerous Blanchard film scores and CD releases, including his latest effort, Magnetic. Brice is also one of the co-owners of the Tucson Jazz Institute (TJI) Community Music School in Tucson, AZ. TJI focuses primarily on teaching jazz to middle and high school students in and around southern Arizona. TJI's ensembles have earned national and international recognition, with its Ellington Band winning the Essentially Ellington competition in New York at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and earning the top high school jazz band title from Downbeat Magazine. Brice has spent a considerable amount of time on education, appearing as a guest clinician for such prestigious programs as the Thelonious Monk Institute for jazz and the Henry Mancini Institute for jazz, in addition to appearing as a guest artist and clinician at various universities and colleges. Brice endorses RSBerkeley saxophones and Rico Reeds.  Key Points from today's episode: How Brice got his start playing Saxophone, Finding his Love for Jazz, and help starting the Tucson Jazz Institute. Brice explains some great points about competition, finding your voice, listening, and musical development. Realizing and understanding perspectives from other musicians is an important part to live performance Brice shares with us the ONE Attribute he wants drummers to have. That's it for today's lesson. Enjoy the Interview! - Scott Links for Brice Spotify Facebook What is Up, Everyone?! Welcome Back. On Today’s Lesson, Scott invited world-renowned Saxophonist Brice Winston. This is an amazing episode because Brice has played with some outstanding drummers throughout his careers such as Brian Blade, Eric Harland, Marcus Gilmore, Kendrick Scott, Lewis Nash, Justin Brown, and much more. Brice Winston is a wonderful performer and educator. The main reason why I invited him on, other than his extensive performance experience, is because of the perspective he has with drummers and music in general. Brice works with young developing drummers through The Tucson Jazz Institute where he teaches jazz combos, and furthermore, he has performed with some of the giant drum set players like I mentioned earlier. His perspective is great because he is NOT a drum set player by profession, however; he coaches drummers regularly, and so he has feedback other than just the technical side to the instrument. He talks about Music not just the pedagogy of the drum set. When I studied with him, this was the most amazing aspect of our lessons. I was so used to being coached about music, but like 75% to 90% was technical stuff.

When I got to studying with Brice, he only talked about music and showed me how to get really good at finding my voice, improvisation, and keeping time. He also is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to knowing great jazz drummers just because they played on his favorite albums. He introduced me to Billy Hart, Paul Motian, Roy Haynes, and the modern drummers like Marcus Gilmore, Kendrick Scott, and more. This is an incredible interview with some amazing knowledge for not just the developing drummer, but a seasoned pro too.

About our guest:

Brice Winston is an American born saxophonist and composer

currently living in Tucson, AZ. After attending school at the University of New Orleans, he initially stepped out with trumpeter Nicholas Payton before joining forces with Grammy Award-winning trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard. Brice’s 16 year residency in New Orleans and his association with Blanchard has afforded him is the opportunity to record and/or perform with some of the greatest musicians in jazz, including Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Ellis Marsalis, Lionel Loueke, Robert Glasper, Aaron Parks, Marcus Miller, Dizzie Gillespie, Branford Marsalis, Nneena Freelon, Dianne Reeves, Brian Blade, Patty Austin, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Mark Whitfield, Mark Turner, Nicholas Payton, and Eric Harland, among others. Brice appears as a composer and a performer on numerous Blanchard film scores and CD releases, including his latest effort, Magnetic.

Brice is also one of the co-owners of the Tucson Jazz Institute (TJI) Community Music School in Tucson, AZ. TJI focuses primarily on teaching jazz to middle and high school students in and around southern Arizona. TJI’s ensembles have earned national and international recognition, with its Ellington Band winning the Essentially Ellington competition in New York at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and earning the top high school jazz band title from Downbeat Magazine. Brice has spent a considerable amount of time on education, appearing as a guest clinician for such prestigious programs as the Thelonious Monk Institute for jazz and the Henry Mancini Institute for jazz, in addition to appearing as a guest artist and clinician at various universities and colleges.

Brice endorses RSBerkeley saxophones and Rico Reeds. 

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • How Brice got his start playing Saxophone, Finding his Love for Jazz, and help starting the Tucson Jazz Institute.
  • Brice explains some great points about competition, finding your voice, listening, and musical development. Realizing and understanding perspectives from other musicians is an important part to live performance
  • Brice shares with us the ONE Attribute he wants drummers to have.

That’s it for today’s lesson. Enjoy the Interview!

– Scott

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What is Up, Everyone?! Welcome Back. On Today’s Lesson, Scott invited world-renowned Saxophonist Brice Winston. This is an amazing episode because Brice has played with some outstanding drummers throughout his careers such as Brian Blade, The Tucson Jazz Institute where he teaches jazz combos, and furthermore, he has performed with some of the giant drum set players like I mentioned earlier. His perspective is great because he is NOT a drum set player by profession, however; he coaches drummers regularly, and so he has feedback other than just the technical side to the instrument. He talks about Music not just the pedagogy of the drum set. When I studied with him, this was the most amazing aspect of our lessons. I was so used to being coached about music, but like 75% to 90% was technical stuff.
When I got to studying with Brice, he only talked about music and showed me how to get really good at finding my voice, improvisation, and keeping time. He also is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to knowing great jazz drummers just because they played on his favorite albums. He introduced me to Billy Hart, Paul Motian, Roy Haynes, and the modern drummers like Marcus Gilmore, Kendrick Scott, and more. This is an incredible interview with some amazing knowledge for not just the developing drummer, but a seasoned pro too.


About our guest:
Brice Winston is an American born saxophonist and composer
currently living in Tucson, AZ. After attending school at the University of New Orleans, he initially stepped out with trumpeter Nicholas Payton before joining forces with Grammy Award-winning trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard. Brice's 16 year residency in New Orleans and his association with Blanchard has afforded him is the opportunity to record and/or perform with some of the greatest musicians in jazz, including Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Ellis Marsalis, Lionel Loueke, Robert Glasper, Aaron Parks, Marcus Miller, Dizzie Gillespie, Branford Marsalis, Nneena Freelon, Dianne Reeves, Brian Blade, Patty Austin, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Mark Whitfield, Mark Turner, Nicholas Payton, and Eric Harland, among others. Brice appears as a composer and a performer on numerous Blanchard film scores and CD releases, including his latest effort, Magnetic.
Brice is also one of the co-owners of the Tucson Jazz Institute (TJI) Community Music School in Tucson, AZ. TJI focuses primarily on teaching jazz to middle and high school students in and around southern Arizona. TJI's ensembles have earned national and international recognition, with its Ellington Band winning the Essentially Ellington competition in New York at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and earning the top high school jazz band title from Downbeat Magazine. Brice has spent a considerable amount of time on education, appearing as a guest clinician for such prestigious programs as the Theloniou...]]>
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Maciej Dzik: Pushing the bounds of creativity https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast71/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 20 Oct 2017 10:00:33 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4605 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast71/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast71/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Polish drumming mastermind Maciej Dzik. Maciej is one of my personal drum hero's and a drummer that has done nothing but inspire me over the last 4 years or so from his first Disperve live drum play through to his recent work with shredder Owane P. Maciej really brings a lot to the table from a persuasive style to some ridiculous fluid and powerful chops he really fits the ticket for an extremely talented prog metal drummer with jazz influence and training. About our guest: As I sit here I am finding a ton of trouble writing this up because I can't stop watching videos of Maciej and his ability to play so many different types of extremely complicated songs blows me away. Maciej is from a small town in Poland that is responsible for some pretty amazing musicians and a pretty dedicated prog rock community stacked with talent. Maciej is unique in the sense that outshines the idea of being just an entreprenuer or just a drummer. He truly fits the mold for "drumtrepreneur" and by that I mean his work ethic, approach to detail, prudence, diligence, and drive are on a level that most just can't compete with. In today's episode, Maciej gives us the dirty details of his expansive growth as a drummer and what it took for him to get his foot in the door without losing sight of the bigger picture in mind. Key Points from today's episode: We get the full scope story on Maciej from his early days of winning a bet with his brother to get his first drum set to the later days of becoming a master jazz player. Maciej breaks down his bromance with Disperse shredder Jakub Zytecki and what led to his even bigger bromance with genius jazz metalman and known Gym Hawk Owane P. Maciej gives us some detail on what to expect going forward with Disperse, his other projects, and his arm diameters... That's it for today's episode but only the beginning for Maciej and his next chapter as a drumtrepreneur. With such a giant track record at such a young age, we can all bet that his destiny and future are looking extremely bright! Maciej is truly inspirational and I can now say that I have knocked another drummer off of my bucket list of artist interviews. That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links for Maciej Facebook Instagram Youtube Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Polish drumming mastermind Maciej Dzik. Maciej is one of my personal drum hero’s and a drummer that has done nothing but inspire me over the last 4 years or so from his first Disperve live drum play through to his recent work with shredder Owane P. Maciej really brings a lot to the table from a persuasive style to some ridiculous fluid and powerful chops he really fits the ticket for an extremely talented prog metal drummer with jazz influence and training.

About our guest:

As I sit here I am finding a ton of trouble writing this up because I can’t stop watching videos of Maciej and his ability to play so many different types of extremely complicated songs blows me away. Maciej is from a small town in Poland that is responsible for some pretty amazing musicians and a pretty dedicated prog rock community stacked with talent. Maciej is unique in the sense that outshines the idea of being just an entreprenuer or just a drummer. He truly fits the mold for “drumtrepreneur” and by that I mean his work ethic, approach to detail, prudence, diligence, and drive are on a level that most just can’t compete with. In today’s episode, Maciej gives us the dirty details of his expansive growth as a drummer and what it took for him to get his foot in the door without losing sight of the bigger picture in mind.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • We get the full scope story on Maciej from his early days of winning a bet with his brother to get his first drum set to the later days of becoming a master jazz player.
  • Maciej breaks down his bromance with Disperse shredder Jakub Zytecki and what led to his even bigger bromance with genius jazz metalman and known Gym Hawk Owane P.
  • Maciej gives us some detail on what to expect going forward with Disperse, his other projects, and his arm diameters…

That’s it for today’s episode but only the beginning for Maciej and his next chapter as a drumtrepreneur. With such a giant track record at such a young age, we can all bet that his destiny and future are looking extremely bright! Maciej is truly inspirational and I can now say that I have knocked another drummer off of my bucket list of artist interviews.

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

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Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

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Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with Polish drumming mastermind Maciej Dzik. Maciej is one of my personal drum hero's and a drummer that has done nothing but inspire me over the last 4 years or ...


About our guest:

As I sit here I am finding a ton of trouble writing this up because I can't stop watching videos of Maciej and his ability to play so many different types of extremely complicated songs blows me away. Maciej is from a small town in Poland that is responsible for some pretty amazing musicians and a pretty dedicated prog rock community stacked with talent. Maciej is unique in the sense that outshines the idea of being just an entreprenuer or just a drummer. He truly fits the mold for "drumtrepreneur" and by that I mean his work ethic, approach to detail, prudence, diligence, and drive are on a level that most just can't compete with. In today's episode, Maciej gives us the dirty details of his expansive growth as a drummer and what it took for him to get his foot in the door without losing sight of the bigger picture in mind.

Key Points from today's episode:

* We get the full scope story on Maciej from his early days of winning a bet with his brother to get his first drum set to the later days of becoming a master jazz player.
* Maciej breaks down his bromance with Disperse shredder Jakub Zytecki and what led to his even bigger bromance with genius jazz metalman and known Gym Hawk Owane P.
* Maciej gives us some detail on what to expect going forward with Disperse, his other projects, and his arm diameters...

That's it for today's episode but only the beginning for Maciej and his next chapter as a drumtrepreneur. With such a giant track record at such a young age, we can all bet that his destiny and future are looking extremely bright! Maciej is truly inspirational and I can now say that I have knocked another drummer off of my bucket list of artist interviews.

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

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Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Daily Fill #101: Kevin’s Drum Rants – CTA Digital – Tablet Stand https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill101/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 19 Oct 2017 06:50:16 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4611 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill101/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill101/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we take a look at CTA Digitals heavy duty tablet stand. This device can be a real asset if you use a tablet in live situations. First of all, thank you to all of you listeners that enjoyed our two-part series on drumsticks. Scott and I had a great time bringing you one of the most intensive talks about drumsticks that you'll find on the internet so if you haven't already please take a listen and let us know what you think. On today's show, we dig into the CTA Digital heavy-duty gooseneck tablet stand. I use my tablet on every live show I play these days. So having a way to mount that tablet close to me without having to bend over to get to it has really been great. I also get into the specifics about the tablet holder, describe how it works and what it looks like. I picked this particular tablet holder out of all the others. Mainly due to the fact that it was built with quality and durability in mind. So listen for more on this valuable tool.   Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Hello, it’s Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we take a look at CTA Digitals heavy duty tablet stand. This device can be a real asset if you use a tablet in live situations.

First of all, thank you to all of you listeners that enjoyed our two-part series on drumsticks. Scott and I had a great time bringing you one of the most intensive talks about drumsticks that you’ll find on the internet so if you haven’t already please take a listen and let us know what you think.

On today’s show, we dig into the CTA Digital heavy-duty gooseneck tablet stand. I use my tablet on every live show I play these days. So having a way to mount that tablet close to me without having to bend over to get to it has really been great.

I also get into the specifics about the tablet holder, describe how it works and what it looks like. I picked this particular tablet holder out of all the others. Mainly due to the fact that it was built with quality and durability in mind. So listen for more on this valuable tool.

 

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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]]> WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we take a look at CTA Digitals heavy duty tablet...
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we take a look at CTA Digitals heavy duty tablet stand. This device can be a real asset if you use a tablet in live situations.

First of all, thank you to all of you listeners that enjoyed our two-part series on drumsticks. Scott and I had a great time bringing you one of the most intensive talks about drumsticks that you'll find on the internet so if you haven't already please take a listen and let us know what you think.

On today's show, we dig into the CTA Digital heavy-duty gooseneck tablet stand. I use my tablet on every live show I play these days. So having a way to mount that tablet close to me without having to bend over to get to it has really been great.

I also get into the specifics about the tablet holder, describe how it works and what it looks like. I picked this particular tablet holder out of all the others. Mainly due to the fact that it was built with quality and durability in mind. So listen for more on this valuable tool.

 

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin

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Drummers I Like LLC yes 11:00 Daily Fill: Balancing your Schedule - 100th Episode anniversary https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill100/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 17 Oct 2017 10:00:18 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4582 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill100/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill100/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: "Seek first to understand, then to be understood." - Stephen Covey On today's episode, we are back with week 2 of the drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 2 is all about balancing important tasks that ensure success and how to avoid the unimportant ones.This is easily the most important part of this series and likely the hardest as I am only able to help you blueprint your layout... The decision of what is important vs. what isn't important is all on you! So now that we have spent the entire week decluttering our schedule and getting a hand on how to put things together we can now start deciding what matters most, how much time I can put towards it and when I want to do it. As I said last week, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. For a while, it was really hard to decide on what was the most important... Should I wake up and get leisure time in? Should I wake up and just start working? Should I create a morning routine? The obvious choice was the latter but it came with the attempt of making each of the three work in some way. Ultimately, as much as I would love to hit the alarm at 5 am and start the computer up for a power hour of tasking it's simply not possible. I need to prime myself for the day by doing a certain set of tasks that help me wake up. As I always note... HYDRATE! That is the staple to each day of the week for me. I have literally hardcoded this task into my circadian rhythm and made it a part of my daily humanly needs. I think it's important that we start our days doing things that make us feel good. I walk my dog, power through some of my favorite daily business podcasts, eat 81274218 pounds of Greek yogurt, text some homies, and of course, reflect on my day and build up my anticipations and narrow down my task list for a productive day. This entire process normally takes anywhere from 60-90 minutes and is essential to my daily functions. Keep in mind... I have a 3-year-old son who has school 2 times a week which forces me to create different morning rituals for different days. I am practically forced to arrange for his schedule and it works out for me but I can remember a time where I had to literally force myself to change things up. This isn't easy but I can assure you it's vital and a giant part of the successful week I constantly work towards. So as I shift into my first set of tasks I always force myself to use a timer. I consider this somewhat of an Insurance on my stress and productivity levels. The fact that I force myself to follow 40-50 minute work sessions practically ensures that I will get my workloads knocked out which really helps me stay patient and relaxed through the storm. It also allows me to force myself to only allow myself a certain amount of work to do in a session. I can't begin to tell you how much more I get done in 40 minutes completing minor tasks rather than trying to cram whatever the hell I can into a 4-hour block. This also allows me to follow a strong schedule based on a guaranteed time slot system. It's basically winning all week when you get into this mode. To me, this is the key to clarity and insight towards what your next moves need to be. This also allows me to spend a ton of time with my Wife and Son playing drums, learning new things, cooking sweet meals, and building our family bonds. So this is what I mean by balance and for most of us this is completely different as we all don't have kids, multiple businesses, and multiple employees to manage. This doesn't mean you don't have 10X the amount of stuff on your plate with even m...

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

Today’s quote: “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” – Stephen Covey

On today’s episode, we are back with week 2 of the drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 2 is all about balancing important tasks that ensure success and how to avoid the unimportant ones.This is easily the most important part of this series and likely the hardest as I am only able to help you blueprint your layout… The decision of what is important vs. what isn’t important is all on you!

So now that we have spent the entire week decluttering our schedule and getting a hand on how to put things together we can now start deciding what matters most, how much time I can put towards it and when I want to do it.

As I said last week, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. For a while, it was really hard to decide on what was the most important… Should I wake up and get leisure time in? Should I wake up and just start working? Should I create a morning routine? The obvious choice was the latter but it came with the attempt of making each of the three work in some way. Ultimately, as much as I would love to hit the alarm at 5 am and start the computer up for a power hour of tasking it’s simply not possible. I need to prime myself for the day by doing a certain set of tasks that help me wake up. As I always note… HYDRATE! That is the staple to each day of the week for me. I have literally hardcoded this task into my circadian rhythm and made it a part of my daily humanly needs. I think it’s important that we start our days doing things that make us feel good. I walk my dog, power through some of my favorite daily business podcasts, eat 81274218 pounds of Greek yogurt, text some homies, and of course, reflect on my day and build up my anticipations and narrow down my task list for a productive day. This entire process normally takes anywhere from 60-90 minutes and is essential to my daily functions. Keep in mind… I have a 3-year-old son who has school 2 times a week which forces me to create different morning rituals for different days. I am practically forced to arrange for his schedule and it works out for me but I can remember a time where I had to literally force myself to change things up. This isn’t easy but I can assure you it’s vital and a giant part of the successful week I constantly work towards.

So as I shift into my first set of tasks I always force myself to use a timer. I consider this somewhat of an Insurance on my stress and productivity levels. The fact that I force myself to follow 40-50 minute work sessions practically ensures that I will get my workloads knocked out which really helps me stay patient and relaxed through the storm. It also allows me to force myself to only allow myself a certain amount of work to do in a session. I can’t begin to tell you how much more I get done in 40 minutes completing minor tasks rather than trying to cram whatever the hell I can into a 4-hour block. This also allows me to follow a strong schedule based on a guaranteed time slot system. It’s basically winning all week when you get into this mode. To me, this is the key to clarity and insight towards what your next moves need to be. This also allows me to spend a ton of time with my Wife and Son playing drums, learning new things, cooking sweet meals, and building our family bonds.

So this is what I mean by balance and for most of us this is completely different as we all don’t have kids, multiple businesses, and multiple employees to manage. This doesn’t mean you don’t have 10X the amount of stuff on your plate with even more coming in the pipeline. If so, this mindset should help you start getting things in order and really start putting you on par with some much-needed balance. Remember that the value of importance is truly subjective and I employ you to really mind-map the most important things to you and balance your life around them.

The Weekly Challenge:

For this week’s challenge, I want you to create your morning routine and put together your first week of block scheduling. After that, you must post an Instagram story or post doing the following:

  1.  Showing your schedule or layout for your weekly template
  2. Tagging @drummersilike #drummersilike and #drumtrepreneur!

Winners get a free 30-minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro and a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month’s winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today's quote: "Seek first to understand, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
Today's quote: "Seek first to understand, then to be understood." - Stephen Covey

On today's episode, we are back with week 2 of the drumtrepreneur series! In this series, we focus on strengthening our guidance, focus, balance with challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Week 2 is all about balancing important tasks that ensure success and how to avoid the unimportant ones.This is easily the most important part of this series and likely the hardest as I am only able to help you blueprint your layout... The decision of what is important vs. what isn't important is all on you!

So now that we have spent the entire week decluttering our schedule and getting a hand on how to put things together we can now start deciding what matters most, how much time I can put towards it and when I want to do it.
As I said last week, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. For a while, it was really hard to decide on what was the most important... Should I wake up and get leisure time in? Should I wake up and just start working? Should I create a morning routine? The obvious choice was the latter but it came with the attempt of making each of the three work in some way. Ultimately, as much as I would love to hit the alarm at 5 am and start the computer up for a power hour of tasking it's simply not possible. I need to prime myself for the day by doing a certain set of tasks that help me wake up. As I always note... HYDRATE! That is the staple to each day of the week for me. I have literally hardcoded this task into my circadian rhythm and made it a part of my daily humanly needs. I think it's important that we start our days doing things that make us feel good. I walk my dog, power through some of my favorite daily business podcasts, eat 81274218 pounds of Greek yogurt, text some homies, and of course, reflect on my day and build up my anticipations and narrow down my task list for a productive day. This entire process normally takes anywhere from 60-90 minutes and is essential to my daily functions. Keep in mind... I have a 3-year-old son who has school 2 times a week which forces me to create different morning rituals for different days. I am practically forced to arrange for his schedule and it works out for me but I can remember a time where I had to literally force myself to change things up. This isn't easy but I can assure you it's vital and a giant part of the successful week I constantly work towards.
So as I shift into my first set of tasks I always force myself to use a timer. I consider this somewhat of an Insurance on my stress and productivity levels. The fact that I force myself to follow 40-50 minute work sessions practically ensures that I will get my workloads knocked out which really helps me stay patient and relaxed through the storm. It also allows me to force myself to only allow myself a certain amount of work to do in a session. I can't begin to tell you how much more I get done in 40 minutes completing minor tasks rather than trying to cram whatever the hell I can into a 4-hour block. This also allows me to follow a strong schedule based on a guaranteed time slot system. It's basically winning all week when you get into this mode. To me, this is the key to clarity and insight towards what your next moves need to be. This also allows me to spend a ton of time with my Wife and Son playing drums, learning new things, cooking sweet meals, and building our family bonds.
So this is what I mean by balance and for most of us this is completely different as we all don't have kids, multiple businesses, and multiple employees to manage.]]>
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Daily Fill: Drum Lessons Featuring Chris Ozorio from The Marine Corp Band https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill99/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 16 Oct 2017 10:00:49 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4565 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill99/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill99/feed/ 0 This week on Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, we have a very special treat! I have brought on my first guest to help me educate the masses. I want to Welcome Chris Ozorio onto the show. Chris is a Drummer and Percussionist in the Marine Corps Band stationed at MCRD. He has been a great friend to me over the years and is an extremely focused individual. Chris grew up Rio Rico Arizona, a small town where people live simple lives, but at an early age, Chris knew he didn’t want to be there his whole life. So, he decided to go to The University of Arizona where his pursuit of drums and music would really start to take off for him. Chris is a great drummer with tons of knowledge to sha , and is quickly on his way to becoming a premier performer in the drum world. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him become a high caliber drummer. Chris can play drum set, mallet percussion, hand percussion instruments, and shreds on the snare drum. I am honored to have the chance to speak with him, and I am excited to share all of this fantastic information with you! In today's lesson, Chris gives some information about the Marine Corps band as well as some tips that he uses to stay at the top of his game. The Marine Corps Band: Chris gives us some information on what it is like to be in the Marine Corps, and also shares some insights into what the band he is attached to does. They tour, play festivals, play ceremonies and have to stay in peak physical condition. Chris brings up a fantastic topic, which is the transition from student to professional, and how the operational tempo increase. Meaning you will have less time to prepare for gigs. The Beginning: It wouldn't be a great interview without getting to know Chris, and so he explains what motivated him to be a great drummer. He tells us why he started, and the progression he went on to go from a middle school band drummer to a full-fledged Marine Corps Band member. This is a really enlightening story of how anyone can pursue their dream and make it a reality. Chris' main focus in the beginning was to just get better at playing drums. Chris developed a daily practice routine of technique, reading skills, timing, and rudiments. With this daily routine, and Chris' drive to want to get better at drums, he went on to The University of Arizona, and eventually The Marine Corps Advice: Chris gives some great advice for young drummers looking to make a name for themselves. He gives tips on time management, practice schedule, and explains how humility is the key to growing as a drummer. The key to becoming a better drummer is to focus being a better musician and person. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him This episode is jam packed with great topics and advice for those drummers looking to become better at their craft. Enjoy the insight from Chris Ozorio from the Marine Corps Band Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE Thanks for listening and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube This week on Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, we have a very special treat! I have brought on my first guest to help me educate the masses. I want to Welcome Chris Ozorio onto the show. Chris is a Drummer and Percussionist in the Marine Corps Band stationed at MCRD. He has been a great friend to me over the years and is an extremely focused individual. Chris grew up Rio Rico Arizona, a small town where people live simple lives, but at an early age, Chris knew he didn’t want to be there his whole life. So, he decided to go to The University of Arizona where his pursuit of drums and music would really start to take off for him. Chris is a great drummer with tons of knowledge to sha , and is quickly on his way to becoming a premier performer in the drum world. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him become a high caliber drummer. Chris can play drum set, mallet percussion, hand percussion instruments, and shreds on the snare drum. I am honored to have the chance to speak with him, and I am excited to share all of this fantastic information with you!

In today’s lesson, Chris gives some information about the Marine Corps band as well as some tips that he uses to stay at the top of his game.

  1. The Marine Corps Band: Chris gives us some information on what it is like to be in the Marine Corps, and also shares some insights into what the band he is attached to does. They tour, play festivals, play ceremonies and have to stay in peak physical condition. Chris brings up a fantastic topic, which is the transition from student to professional, and how the operational tempo increase. Meaning you will have less time to prepare for gigs.
  2. The Beginning: It wouldn’t be a great interview without getting to know Chris, and so he explains what motivated him to be a great drummer. He tells us why he started, and the progression he went on to go from a middle school band drummer to a full-fledged Marine Corps Band member. This is a really enlightening story of how anyone can pursue their dream and make it a reality. Chris’ main focus in the beginning was to just get better at playing drums. Chris developed a daily practice routine of technique, reading skills, timing, and rudiments. With this daily routine, and Chris’ drive to want to get better at drums, he went on to The University of Arizona, and eventually The Marine Corps
  3. Advice: Chris gives some great advice for young drummers looking to make a name for themselves. He gives tips on time management, practice schedule, and explains how humility is the key to growing as a drummer. The key to becoming a better drummer is to focus being a better musician and person. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him

This episode is jam packed with great topics and advice for those drummers looking to become better at their craft. Enjoy the insight from Chris Ozorio from the Marine Corps Band

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

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Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast

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This week on Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, we have a very special treat! I have brought on my first guest to help me educate the masses. I want to Welcome Chris Ozorio onto the show. Chris is a Drummer and Percussionist in the Marine Corps Band stat...
This week on Drum Lessons with Scott Jackson, we have a very special treat! I have brought on my first guest to help me educate the masses. I want to Welcome Chris Ozorio onto the show. Chris is a Drummer and Percussionist in the Marine Corps Band stationed at MCRD. He has been a great friend to me over the years and is an extremely focused individual. Chris grew up Rio Rico Arizona, a small town where people live simple lives, but at an early age, Chris knew he didn’t want to be there his whole life. So, he decided to go to The University of Arizona where his pursuit of drums and music would really start to take off for him. Chris is a great drummer with tons of knowledge to sha , and is quickly on his way to becoming a premier performer in the drum world. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him become a high caliber drummer. Chris can play drum set, mallet percussion, hand percussion instruments, and shreds on the snare drum. I am honored to have the chance to speak with him, and I am excited to share all of this fantastic information with you!

In today's lesson, Chris gives some information about the Marine Corps band as well as some tips that he uses to stay at the top of his game.

* The Marine Corps Band: Chris gives us some information on what it is like to be in the Marine Corps, and also shares some insights into what the band he is attached to does. They tour, play festivals, play ceremonies and have to stay in peak physical condition. Chris brings up a fantastic topic, which is the transition from student to professional, and how the operational tempo increase. Meaning you will have less time to prepare for gigs.
* The Beginning: It wouldn't be a great interview without getting to know Chris, and so he explains what motivated him to be a great drummer. He tells us why he started, and the progression he went on to go from a middle school band drummer to a full-fledged Marine Corps Band member. This is a really enlightening story of how anyone can pursue their dream and make it a reality. Chris' main focus in the beginning was to just get better at playing drums. Chris developed a daily practice routine of technique, reading skills, timing, and rudiments. With this daily routine, and Chris' drive to want to get better at drums, he went on to The University of Arizona, and eventually The Marine Corps
* Advice: Chris gives some great advice for young drummers looking to make a name for themselves. He gives tips on time management, practice schedule, and explains how humility is the key to growing as a drummer. The key to becoming a better drummer is to focus being a better musician and person. Chris has some unique perspectives that have helped him

This episode is jam packed with great topics and advice for those drummers looking to become better at their craft. Enjoy the insight from Chris Ozorio from the Marine Corps Band

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

- Scott

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Lindsay Artkop: When preparation meets opportunity https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast70/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 13 Oct 2017 10:00:25 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4557 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast70/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast70/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with up and coming drummer Lindsay Artkop. Lindsay is truly one of a kind with a cutthroat approach to her career and a real understanding of what she wants and where she wants to go. This chat was inspiring, uplifting, fun, and truly one that stands on its own. We hope you enjoy. About our guest: We here at Drummers I Like have started to coin a term for our clan of motivated and passionate drummers. "Drumtrepreneur" is the simple idea that as a drummer, you are also an entrepreneur. This holds true in many lights from the self-motivation that must be ignited to obtain the fire to the constant grind and work effort that needs to be applied. Lindsay is the definition of this ideology coming from a strong background of multiple education degrees from multiple schools lined with an equally impressive backlog of studio sessions, live gigs, and paid sponsorships that put her in the top category of Drumtrepreneur. Key Points from today's episode: Lindsay breaks down the early days and her journey through school and her move to Los Angeles. Lindsay talks about her pivotal experience hanging out and getting tips from the master Juan Carlito Mendoza. As we round out the show Lindsay breaks down her success in social media and much work it has been growing her social media channels. Lindsay breaks down her influences as well her current drum kit setup. Lindsay is a one of a kind drummer and chatting with her today was an eye opener to how much work it really takes to level up in the competitive city of Los Angeles. Her Attitude and drive really inspire me and while most people tend to take shortcuts to ensure time behind the kit (perfectly fine) Lindsay spends time honing every aspect of her approach to playing which includes schooling. We can't wait to see where things go for Lindsay and wish her the best of luck! That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links for Lindsay Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with up and coming drummer Lindsay Artkop. Lindsay is truly one of a kind with a cutthroat approach to her career and a real understanding of what she wants and where she wants to go. This chat was inspiring, uplifting, fun, and truly one that stands on its own. We hope you enjoy.

About our guest:

We here at Drummers I Like have started to coin a term for our clan of motivated and passionate drummers. “Drumtrepreneur” is the simple idea that as a drummer, you are also an entrepreneur. This holds true in many lights from the self-motivation that must be ignited to obtain the fire to the constant grind and work effort that needs to be applied. Lindsay is the definition of this ideology coming from a strong background of multiple education degrees from multiple schools lined with an equally impressive backlog of studio sessions, live gigs, and paid sponsorships that put her in the top category of Drumtrepreneur.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Lindsay breaks down the early days and her journey through school and her move to Los Angeles.
  • Lindsay talks about her pivotal experience hanging out and getting tips from the master Juan Carlito Mendoza.
  • As we round out the show Lindsay breaks down her success in social media and much work it has been growing her social media channels.
  • Lindsay breaks down her influences as well her current drum kit setup.

Lindsay is a one of a kind drummer and chatting with her today was an eye opener to how much work it really takes to level up in the competitive city of Los Angeles. Her Attitude and drive really inspire me and while most people tend to take shortcuts to ensure time behind the kit (perfectly fine) Lindsay spends time honing every aspect of her approach to playing which includes schooling. We can’t wait to see where things go for Lindsay and wish her the best of luck!

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

Links for Lindsay

Website

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

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Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with up and coming drummer Lindsay Artkop. Lindsay is truly one of a kind with a cutthroat approach to her career and a real understanding of what she wants and w...


About our guest:

We here at Drummers I Like have started to coin a term for our clan of motivated and passionate drummers. "Drumtrepreneur" is the simple idea that as a drummer, you are also an entrepreneur. This holds true in many lights from the self-motivation that must be ignited to obtain the fire to the constant grind and work effort that needs to be applied. Lindsay is the definition of this ideology coming from a strong background of multiple education degrees from multiple schools lined with an equally impressive backlog of studio sessions, live gigs, and paid sponsorships that put her in the top category of Drumtrepreneur.

Key Points from today's episode:

* Lindsay breaks down the early days and her journey through school and her move to Los Angeles.
* Lindsay talks about her pivotal experience hanging out and getting tips from the master Juan Carlito Mendoza.
* As we round out the show Lindsay breaks down her success in social media and much work it has been growing her social media channels.
* Lindsay breaks down her influences as well her current drum kit setup.

Lindsay is a one of a kind drummer and chatting with her today was an eye opener to how much work it really takes to level up in the competitive city of Los Angeles. Her Attitude and drive really inspire me and while most people tend to take shortcuts to ensure time behind the kit (perfectly fine) Lindsay spends time honing every aspect of her approach to playing which includes schooling. We can't wait to see where things go for Lindsay and wish her the best of luck!

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

Links for Lindsay

Website

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter
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Daily Fill #98: Kevin’s Drum Rants: Drum Stick Rant part 2 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill98/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 12 Oct 2017 10:00:10 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4551 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill98/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill98/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we're going to break it up into two parts.  Today in part two. Scott and I will be discussing taper to start things off. The taper can really affect the feel of the drumstick in your hand and we really dig deep into this subject. Scott also brings up some really different stick tapers he's encountered as well. The next topic we get into diameter and sizing. This part of our show really gets in depth with both subjects of how to choose the right diameter for the style you are playing. As well as what you can expect in regards to how it affects the feel of the stick as well. We covered a lot of topics so far. But a few that we wanted to close with were drumstick length. Then finish our epic rant of sticks with the different coatings that finish the drumstick. Both of these topics are important to think about when choosing a drumstick and coatings can be a very personal preference so keep that in mind as well. That concludes part two on drumsticks. Scott and I can't thank you, listeners, enough for checking out the most in-depth rant that we've had here so far. Thanks to Scott for being my first victim on Kevin's Gear Rant, I couldn't think of a better person to have such a great conversation about drumsticks. Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Scott's Links Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Hello, it’s Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin’s Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we’re going to break it up into two parts. 

Today in part two. Scott and I will be discussing taper to start things off. The taper can really affect the feel of the drumstick in your hand and we really dig deep into this subject. Scott also brings up some really different stick tapers he’s encountered as well.

The next topic we get into diameter and sizing. This part of our show really gets in depth with both subjects of how to choose the right diameter for the style you are playing. As well as what you can expect in regards to how it affects the feel of the stick as well.

We covered a lot of topics so far. But a few that we wanted to close with were drumstick length. Then finish our epic rant of sticks with the different coatings that finish the drumstick. Both of these topics are important to think about when choosing a drumstick and coatings can be a very personal preference so keep that in mind as well.

That concludes part two on drumsticks. Scott and I can’t thank you, listeners, enough for checking out the most in-depth rant that we’ve had here so far. Thanks to Scott for being my first victim on Kevin’s Gear Rant, I couldn’t think of a better person to have such a great conversation about drumsticks.

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant.
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we're going to break it up into two parts. 

Today in part two. Scott and I will be discussing taper to start things off. The taper can really affect the feel of the drumstick in your hand and we really dig deep into this subject. Scott also brings up some really different stick tapers he's encountered as well.

The next topic we get into diameter and sizing. This part of our show really gets in depth with both subjects of how to choose the right diameter for the style you are playing. As well as what you can expect in regards to how it affects the feel of the stick as well.

We covered a lot of topics so far. But a few that we wanted to close with were drumstick length. Then finish our epic rant of sticks with the different coatings that finish the drumstick. Both of these topics are important to think about when choosing a drumstick and coatings can be a very personal preference so keep that in mind as well.

That concludes part two on drumsticks. Scott and I can't thank you, listeners, enough for checking out the most in-depth rant that we've had here so far. Thanks to Scott for being my first victim on Kevin's Gear Rant, I couldn't think of a better person to have such a great conversation about drumsticks.

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That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

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Daily Fill: Decluttering your schedule https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill97/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 10 Oct 2017 10:00:16 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4539 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill97/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill97/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we start a new a series of podcasts focused on gearing you up for success as a "drumtrepreneur" while giving you guidance, focus, and challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Our first week is all about getting decluttered and cleaning up your scheduling. This is personally where it all starts for me. The much anticipated Sunday night scheduling session has become more of a stress reliever as it has allowed me to offload my week onto one consistent canvas that can be referenced at any moment. As I said, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. As I dig through and organize what was and wasn't done last week I steadily jot down the tasks that need to be moved into this week. It's really simple as I am following my tried and true themed day template methods as mentioned in daily fill 91  making sure I am choosing the best times for the different types of tasks I normally have to do. This little black book is broken up into multiple categories such as family, spouse, parenting, companies, and household needs. From there I list out the mandatory needs of each section breaking tasks down from order of importance followed by checkboxes to fill in progress.. This process probably takes about 30 minutes and is crucial to the weekly process of keeping up with my life. From there I am able to plan my Monday and basically drag and drop my tasks from one physical to digital format. I recently decided to drop my 3 notebook planning process (thanks to completing the mastery journal ) and move to a hybrid format that I picked up from Michael Hyatt. This process is repeated nightly as I find it healthy to develop a consistent scheduling pattern to keep your head in the game and your mind on your matters. This digital approach also allows me to add reminders and calendar notifications to all my devices to ensure there are no loose ends in my pipeline. I find it very helpful as I am normally a forgetful personal consisting looking for a minute to take a breather and reflect on life (a.k.a. be lazy) The Weekly Challenge: For this week's challenge, I want you to write everything you'd like to get done this week on a sheet of paper with checkboxes, filter them all out into each day of the week revolving around the days that work best for you according to your schedule. After that, you must post an Instagram story or post doing the following:  Showing you working on our weekly challenge. Tagging @drummersilike #drummersilike and #drumtrepreneur! Winners get a free 30-minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro and a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month's winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Get a free Coaching call with Me: Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? JUST CLICK THIS LINK TO GRAB A FREE 20 MINUTE COACHING SESSION :) - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS ...

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we start a new a series of podcasts focused on gearing you up for success as a “drumtrepreneur” while giving you guidance, focus, and challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Our first week is all about getting decluttered and cleaning up your scheduling. This is personally where it all starts for me. The much anticipated Sunday night scheduling session has become more of a stress reliever as it has allowed me to offload my week onto one consistent canvas that can be referenced at any moment.

As I said, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. As I dig through and organize what was and wasn’t done last week I steadily jot down the tasks that need to be moved into this week. It’s really simple as I am following my tried and true themed day template methods as mentioned in daily fill 91  making sure I am choosing the best times for the different types of tasks I normally have to do.

This little black book is broken up into multiple categories such as family, spouse, parenting, companies, and household needs. From there I list out the mandatory needs of each section breaking tasks down from order of importance followed by checkboxes to fill in progress.. This process probably takes about 30 minutes and is crucial to the weekly process of keeping up with my life. From there I am able to plan my Monday and basically drag and drop my tasks from one physical to digital format. I recently decided to drop my 3 notebook planning process (thanks to completing the mastery journal ) and move to a hybrid format that I picked up from Michael Hyatt.

This process is repeated nightly as I find it healthy to develop a consistent scheduling pattern to keep your head in the game and your mind on your matters. This digital approach also allows me to add reminders and calendar notifications to all my devices to ensure there are no loose ends in my pipeline. I find it very helpful as I am normally a forgetful personal consisting looking for a minute to take a breather and reflect on life (a.k.a. be lazy)

The Weekly Challenge:

For this week’s challenge, I want you to write everything you’d like to get done this week on a sheet of paper with checkboxes, filter them all out into each day of the week revolving around the days that work best for you according to your schedule. After that, you must post an Instagram story or post doing the following:

  1.  Showing you working on our weekly challenge.
  2. Tagging @drummersilike #drummersilike and #drumtrepreneur!

Winners get a free 30-minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro and a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month’s winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Get a free Coaching call with Me:

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? JUST CLICK THIS LINK TO GRAB A FREE 20 MINUTE COACHING SESSION 🙂

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
On today's episode, we start a new a series of podcasts focused on gearing you up for success as a "drumtrepreneur" while giving you guidance, focus, and challenges that will help hold you accountable for success! Our first week is all about getting decluttered and cleaning up your scheduling. This is personally where it all starts for me. The much anticipated Sunday night scheduling session has become more of a stress reliever as it has allowed me to offload my week onto one consistent canvas that can be referenced at any moment.
As I said, the process starts at 9:30 PM every Sunday night when I break out my little black book filled with tasks, weekly notes, and scheduling. As I dig through and organize what was and wasn't done last week I steadily jot down the tasks that need to be moved into this week. It's really simple as I am following my tried and true themed day template methods as mentioned in daily fill 91  making sure I am choosing the best times for the different types of tasks I normally have to do.
This little black book is broken up into multiple categories such as family, spouse, parenting, companies, and household needs. From there I list out the mandatory needs of each section breaking tasks down from order of importance followed by checkboxes to fill in progress.. This process probably takes about 30 minutes and is crucial to the weekly process of keeping up with my life. From there I am able to plan my Monday and basically drag and drop my tasks from one physical to digital format. I recently decided to drop my 3 notebook planning process (thanks to completing the mastery journal ) and move to a hybrid format that I picked up from Michael Hyatt.
This process is repeated nightly as I find it healthy to develop a consistent scheduling pattern to keep your head in the game and your mind on your matters. This digital approach also allows me to add reminders and calendar notifications to all my devices to ensure there are no loose ends in my pipeline. I find it very helpful as I am normally a forgetful personal consisting looking for a minute to take a breather and reflect on life (a.k.a. be lazy)
The Weekly Challenge:
For this week's challenge, I want you to write everything you'd like to get done this week on a sheet of paper with checkboxes, filter them all out into each day of the week revolving around the days that work best for you according to your schedule. After that, you must post an Instagram story or post doing the following:


 Showing you working on our weekly challenge.
Tagging @drummersilike #drummersilike and #drumtrepreneur!

Winners get a free 30-minute consultation call with, 3 months of access to Drummers I Like Pro and a mention on the podcast and an invite to join me on a roundtable with this month's winners of our contest. I will choose one winner a week during Tuesday episodes of the Daily Fill!
That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Get a free Coaching call with Me:
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now?]]>
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Daily Fill #96: Drum Lessons: Levels of Musicianship Finale- Master and Grow https://www.drummersilike.net/96/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 09 Oct 2017 10:00:29 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4526 https://www.drummersilike.net/96/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/96/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the "Advanced Class" within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 9. We also discuss the "Elite Class" which is Level 10. Let's break down the Advanced Class. The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have Level 9: 8-10 years of playing experience: Master and Grow   At this point, you can play whatever you want, and if you can't you can sight read it or learn it in a few minutes. The focus here is gaining more experience to further hone your skills, and you start to focus on building your career further in the drum world. You begin to focus on getting gigs such as touring, teaching, online lessons, clinics, masterclasses, recording sessions, local gigs. You are at the or close to the highest performance level available. Level 10: 10 years and onward   This is the final level. You can now play whatever you want, and have opportunities to play with some of the best musicians on the planet. Your name is known on a national or international audience, and you are an influence to many drummers around the world. You have become a member of legendary drummers. I want to emphasis that these levels are meant to be used as a road map. It is for you to objectively judge your own skills, and figure out where you would like to go next. For a more detailed breakdown, CLICK HERE Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in. This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE Thanks for listening and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the “Advanced Class” within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 9. We also discuss the “Elite Class” which is Level 10.

Let’s break down the Advanced Class.

The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have

Level 9: 8-10 years of playing experience: Master and Grow

 

At this point, you can play whatever you want, and if you can’t you can sight read it or learn it in a few minutes. The focus here is gaining more experience to further hone your skills, and you start to focus on building your career further in the drum world. You begin to focus on getting gigs such as touring, teaching, online lessons, clinics, masterclasses, recording sessions, local gigs. You are at the or close to the highest performance level available.

Level 10: 10 years and onward

 

This is the final level. You can now play whatever you want, and have opportunities to play with some of the best musicians on the planet. Your name is known on a national or international audience, and you are an influence to many drummers around the world. You have become a member of legendary drummers.

I want to emphasis that these levels are meant to be used as a road map. It is for you to objectively judge your own skills, and figure out where you would like to go next.

For a more detailed breakdown, CLICK HERE

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Instagram

Facebook

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the last couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the "Advanced Class" within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 9. We also discuss the "Elite Class" which is Level 10.

Let's break down the Advanced Class.

The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have

Level 9: 8-10 years of playing experience: Master and Grow


 

At this point, you can play whatever you want, and if you can't you can sight read it or learn it in a few minutes. The focus here is gaining more experience to further hone your skills, and you start to focus on building your career further in the drum world. You begin to focus on getting gigs such as touring, teaching, online lessons, clinics, masterclasses, recording sessions, local gigs. You are at the or close to the highest performance level available.

Level 10: 10 years and onward


 

This is the final level. You can now play whatever you want, and have opportunities to play with some of the best musicians on the planet. Your name is known on a national or international audience, and you are an influence to many drummers around the world. You have become a member of legendary drummers.

I want to emphasis that these levels are meant to be used as a road map. It is for you to objectively judge your own skills, and figure out where you would like to go next.

For a more detailed breakdown, CLICK HERE

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!...]]>
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Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis: Yamaha 50th Anniversary https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast69/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 06 Oct 2017 10:00:52 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4518 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast69/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast69/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! Today is an extremely special episode in which Kevin, Scott and myself had the opportunity to chat down with Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis during their performance during the 50th anniversary for Yamaha drums. The experience was enlightening, humbling, and overall a once in a lifetime type feeling. I can’t thank Yamaha enough for offering us this honor and even more so for their professionalism and flexibility. They truly are a company that looks out for everyone in their community and you know that’s number one to the team at Drummers I Like! Dave and Larnell only had a short amount of time today and in order for me to allow my team the chance to be involved, we decided to put together 3 short questions. In the interviews, they are split and asked by all three of us in the same order. The answers are both unique in their own right as well as inspiring. The questions: Who is the most influential drummer of all time? Why does Yamaha best represent your sound? What’s number one on your playlist right now? As previously mentioned, Dave and Larnell but give detailed answers that both held strong so be sure to listen in to hear why. Once again, We would like to thank Larnell Lewis, Dave Weckl, Charlie Banks, Michael LaPick and entire team over at Yamaha Drums! It has been an honor to know you all! We would also like to once again bring light to the Yamaha Drums 50th year anniversary. This industry is one that definitely delivers some hard knocks and knowing that this small business created something really big within this community and others is really impressive to me! - Richard Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! Today is an extremely special episode in which Kevin, Scott and myself had the opportunity to chat down with Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis during their performance during the 50th anniversary for Yamaha drums.

The experience was enlightening, humbling, and overall a once in a lifetime type feeling. I can’t thank Yamaha enough for offering us this honor and even more so for their professionalism and flexibility. They truly are a company that looks out for everyone in their community and you know that’s number one to the team at Drummers I Like!

Dave and Larnell only had a short amount of time today and in order for me to allow my team the chance to be involved, we decided to put together 3 short questions. In the interviews, they are split and asked by all three of us in the same order. The answers are both unique in their own right as well as inspiring.

The questions:

  1. Who is the most influential drummer of all time?
  2. Why does Yamaha best represent your sound?
  3. What’s number one on your playlist right now?

As previously mentioned, Dave and Larnell but give detailed answers that both held strong so be sure to listen in to hear why.

Once again, We would like to thank Larnell Lewis, Dave Weckl, Charlie Banks, Michael LaPick and entire team over at Yamaha Drums! It has been an honor to know you all! We would also like to once again bring light to the Yamaha Drums 50th year anniversary. This industry is one that definitely delivers some hard knocks and knowing that this small business created something really big within this community and others is really impressive to me!

– Richard

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Google

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! Today is an extremely special episode in which Kevin, Scott and myself had the opportunity to chat down with Dave Weckl and Larnell Lewis during their performance during the 50th anniversa...
The experience was enlightening, humbling, and overall a once in a lifetime type feeling. I can’t thank Yamaha enough for offering us this honor and even more so for their professionalism and flexibility. They truly are a company that looks out for everyone in their community and you know that’s number one to the team at Drummers I Like!
Dave and Larnell only had a short amount of time today and in order for me to allow my team the chance to be involved, we decided to put together 3 short questions. In the interviews, they are split and asked by all three of us in the same order. The answers are both unique in their own right as well as inspiring.
The questions:


Who is the most influential drummer of all time?
Why does Yamaha best represent your sound?
What’s number one on your playlist right now?

As previously mentioned, Dave and Larnell but give detailed answers that both held strong so be sure to listen in to hear why.
Once again, We would like to thank Larnell Lewis, Dave Weckl, Charlie Banks, Michael LaPick and entire team over at Yamaha Drums! It has been an honor to know you all! We would also like to once again bring light to the Yamaha Drums 50th year anniversary. This industry is one that definitely delivers some hard knocks and knowing that this small business created something really big within this community and others is really impressive to me!
- Richard

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

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Daily Fill #95: Kevin's Drum Rants: Drum Stick Rant part 1 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill95/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 05 Oct 2017 10:00:10 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4515 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill95/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill95/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we're going to break it up into two parts.  Today in part one. We will be going over the different types of wood you can expect to find most drumstick manufacturers using these days. The big three types of wood. Maple, Hickory, and Oak. This segment can help build your knowledge of the characteristics of these different types of wood. Scott also touches on some of the exotic woods that some stick makers use. The next topic we get into is tip shapes and how they can affect the sound and feel of the drumstick. Scott spends a lot of time explaining his take on what you can expect from some of the different types of tip styles. There are quite a few styles but we try our best to break down how you can tell what would best fit several different scenarios. That concludes our first part on drumsticks. We are really excited to help everyone understand what you can expect in a drumstick just by knowing its parts. In part two of this series, we will be digging into the taper, diameter and sizing, length, and coatings. We can't wait to bring you next week's episode! Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Scott's Links Email Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Hello, it’s Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin’s Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we’re going to break it up into two parts. 

Today in part one. We will be going over the different types of wood you can expect to find most drumstick manufacturers using these days. The big three types of wood. Maple, Hickory, and Oak. This segment can help build your knowledge of the characteristics of these different types of wood. Scott also touches on some of the exotic woods that some stick makers use.

The next topic we get into is tip shapes and how they can affect the sound and feel of the drumstick. Scott spends a lot of time explaining his take on what you can expect from some of the different types of tip styles. There are quite a few styles but we try our best to break down how you can tell what would best fit several different scenarios.

That concludes our first part on drumsticks. We are really excited to help everyone understand what you can expect in a drumstick just by knowing its parts. In part two of this series, we will be digging into the taper, diameter and sizing, length, and coatings. We can’t wait to bring you next week’s episode!

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That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant.
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, we have our first ever guest on Kevin's Rant. Scott Jackson will be joining us to have a very close look at drumsticks. As a matter of fact, the rant was so long we're going to break it up into two parts. 

Today in part one. We will be going over the different types of wood you can expect to find most drumstick manufacturers using these days. The big three types of wood. Maple, Hickory, and Oak. This segment can help build your knowledge of the characteristics of these different types of wood. Scott also touches on some of the exotic woods that some stick makers use.

The next topic we get into is tip shapes and how they can affect the sound and feel of the drumstick. Scott spends a lot of time explaining his take on what you can expect from some of the different types of tip styles. There are quite a few styles but we try our best to break down how you can tell what would best fit several different scenarios.

That concludes our first part on drumsticks. We are really excited to help everyone understand what you can expect in a drumstick just by knowing its parts. In part two of this series, we will be digging into the taper, diameter and sizing, length, and coatings. We can't wait to bring you next week's episode!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

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Daily Fill: The stimulus response gap https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill94/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 03 Oct 2017 10:00:38 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4503 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill94/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill94/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today’s quote “ where focus goes, energy flows “ - Tony Robbins On today's episode, we talk about being proactive with your playing, your career, and your approach to life. We all have those reactive moments, you know, the guy cuts you off at a light and you roll your eyes or raise your hands at the driver. Sometimes it’s those reactive moments that get us punched in the face by the giant muscle man driving that truck who you flipped off. I know that’s a little much but you know what I mean. The Stimulus-Response gap is the time between the action against you and your response to it. The better we can master this moment in time the better we can handle anything that is thrown at us. One thing I have always struggled with is my lack of patience with trying to learn to new songs on the drums. Sometimes my hands and legs just can’t make it happen and in the past, it would be like me to toss my sticks in frustration. My patience game was always weak growing up and even after learning this principle, practicing it, living it, and even teaching it I found myself having trouble applying it in every chaotic situation that came about. One thing that helps me navigate through the mess is always keeping the end in mind. In an easy way to focus on your priorities as a person is by thinking about what you want people saying about you at your funeral. I know, it’s morbid… but really think about it. Did you want to be remembered as a guy that worked really hard? Do you want to be remembered as a good parent? How about being remembered for helping your community? Put this into serious consideration as you put together your day to day to-do lists and 1, 2, and 5-year plans. It can really help clarify things for you. So let’s apply this to our lives right now! Ask yourself… What’s something I consistently have negative reactions to and how can I change work to expand the Stimulus-response gap we have during our typical quick reaction response! That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today! Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? JUST CLICK THIS LINK TO GRAB A FREE 20 MINUTE COACHING SESSION :) - ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube

Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

Today’s quote “ where focus goes, energy flows “ – Tony Robbins

On today’s episode, we talk about being proactive with your playing, your career, and your approach to life. We all have those reactive moments, you know, the guy cuts you off at a light and you roll your eyes or raise your hands at the driver. Sometimes it’s those reactive moments that get us punched in the face by the giant muscle man driving that truck who you flipped off. I know that’s a little much but you know what I mean.

The Stimulus-Response gap is the time between the action against you and your response to it. The better we can master this moment in time the better we can handle anything that is thrown at us. One thing I have always struggled with is my lack of patience with trying to learn to new songs on the drums. Sometimes my hands and legs just can’t make it happen and in the past, it would be like me to toss my sticks in frustration. My patience game was always weak growing up and even after learning this principle, practicing it, living it, and even teaching it I found myself having trouble applying it in every chaotic situation that came about.

One thing that helps me navigate through the mess is always keeping the end in mind. In an easy way to focus on your priorities as a person is by thinking about what you want people saying about you at your funeral. I know, it’s morbid… but really think about it. Did you want to be remembered as a guy that worked really hard? Do you want to be remembered as a good parent? How about being remembered for helping your community? Put this into serious consideration as you put together your day to day to-do lists and 1, 2, and 5-year plans. It can really help clarify things for you.

So let’s apply this to our lives right now! Ask yourself… What’s something I consistently have negative reactions to and how can I change work to expand the Stimulus-response gap we have during our typical quick reaction response!

That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!

Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? JUST CLICK THIS LINK TO GRAB A FREE 20 MINUTE COACHING SESSION 🙂

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! Today’s quote “ where focus goes, Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!
Today’s quote “ where focus goes, energy flows “ - Tony Robbins

On today's episode, we talk about being proactive with your playing, your career, and your approach to life. We all have those reactive moments, you know, the guy cuts you off at a light and you roll your eyes or raise your hands at the driver. Sometimes it’s those reactive moments that get us punched in the face by the giant muscle man driving that truck who you flipped off. I know that’s a little much but you know what I mean.
The Stimulus-Response gap is the time between the action against you and your response to it. The better we can master this moment in time the better we can handle anything that is thrown at us. One thing I have always struggled with is my lack of patience with trying to learn to new songs on the drums. Sometimes my hands and legs just can’t make it happen and in the past, it would be like me to toss my sticks in frustration. My patience game was always weak growing up and even after learning this principle, practicing it, living it, and even teaching it I found myself having trouble applying it in every chaotic situation that came about.
One thing that helps me navigate through the mess is always keeping the end in mind. In an easy way to focus on your priorities as a person is by thinking about what you want people saying about you at your funeral. I know, it’s morbid… but really think about it. Did you want to be remembered as a guy that worked really hard? Do you want to be remembered as a good parent? How about being remembered for helping your community? Put this into serious consideration as you put together your day to day to-do lists and 1, 2, and 5-year plans. It can really help clarify things for you.
So let’s apply this to our lives right now! Ask yourself… What’s something I consistently have negative reactions to and how can I change work to expand the Stimulus-response gap we have during our typical quick reaction response!
That’s it for today’s episode of the Daily Fill! Tune in next week for more motivation, more guidance and more practical tips that can be applied to your day today!
Do you like my chats? Do you want to take my applications to the next level? Why not book a free coaching consultation with me? We can discuss your goals, priorities, problems, and more! I especially love helping people shape their weeks and balance their schedules to allow for more freedom to create, play drums, enjoy the social aspect of life, and more! I offer 3 free 20-minute consolations a week to subscribers to the Drummers I Like Podcast! Wanna book one now? JUST CLICK THIS LINK TO GRAB A FREE 20 MINUTE COACHING SESSION :)
-
ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join
Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY
Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time...
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Daily Fill #93: Drum Lessons: Levels of Musicianship Part 4: Master and Sustain https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-94-drum-lessons-levels-of-musicianship-part-4-master-and-sustain/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 02 Oct 2017 10:00:54 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4479 https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-94-drum-lessons-levels-of-musicianship-part-4-master-and-sustain/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-94-drum-lessons-levels-of-musicianship-part-4-master-and-sustain/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the "Advanced Class" within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 7 and 8 this week Let's break down the Advanced Class. The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have Level 7: 7-10 years of playing experience: Master What You Know   New Skills: you continue to master new subdivisions like quintuplets septuplets, and new poly-rhythms, you also work on shifting between all subdivisions. You continue to learn how to read these new rhythms and master reading in any time signature. Styles: Styles continue to develop, in this stage you are focused on mastering the styles you know on the drum set. Exact time keeping and consistency becomes a major focus Time Keeping: Being more consistent while mastering how to be "center" " behind" or "in front" of the beat. Level 8: 9-12 years of playing experience: Master and Sustain In this level, you are focused on not just creating more opportunities in your career, but also sustaining your career. You have probably quit your day job and our doing a great number of things to create and sustain a viable career with drums. You could be teaching, performing, making online lessons, making YouTube Drum Covers, and so on. This stage is a stage of gaining experience and mastering the skills required through that experience. In pursuit of this, one thing will happen you will begin to create a sustainable career within music. A quick note here, this is also the level that you start to find your niche or your strengths as a drummer. You start to realize what you a really good at and you realize you have two options. 1: You could solely focus on those strengths and make your career that. An example is, being a rock or pop drummer, a gospel or rnb drummer, or a jazz drummer. 2: You can try to master a number of styles in order to have more opportunities. Whichever you prefer is perfect, and that choice is yours to make. No one else can make that for you. Your journey with Music and playing drums, in the end, is something that is YOURS to take. So, a lot of decisions will ultimately come down to YOU. People can help you or advise you, but yous till make the choices all the way down to what you play, how you play, and how often do you practice etc. Hope this helps. Now... go drum. For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download. Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the “Advanced Class” within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 7 and 8 this week

Let’s break down the Advanced Class.

The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have

Level 7: 7-10 years of playing experience: Master What You Know

 

New Skills: you continue to master new subdivisions like quintuplets septuplets, and new poly-rhythms, you also work on shifting between all subdivisions. You continue to learn how to read these new rhythms and master reading in any time signature.

Styles: Styles continue to develop, in this stage you are focused on mastering the styles you know on the drum set. Exact time keeping and consistency becomes a major focus

Time Keeping: Being more consistent while mastering how to be “center” ” behind” or “in front” of the beat.

Level 8: 9-12 years of playing experience: Master and Sustain

In this level, you are focused on not just creating more opportunities in your career, but also sustaining your career. You have probably quit your day job and our doing a great number of things to create and sustain a viable career with drums. You could be teaching, performing, making online lessons, making YouTube Drum Covers, and so on.

This stage is a stage of gaining experience and mastering the skills required through that experience. In pursuit of this, one thing will happen you will begin to create a sustainable career within music.

A quick note here, this is also the level that you start to find your niche or your strengths as a drummer. You start to realize what you a really good at and you realize you have two options. 1: You could solely focus on those strengths and make your career that. An example is, being a rock or pop drummer, a gospel or rnb drummer, or a jazz drummer. 2: You can try to master a number of styles in order to have more opportunities. Whichever you prefer is perfect, and that choice is yours to make. No one else can make that for you. Your journey with Music and playing drums, in the end, is something that is YOURS to take. So, a lot of decisions will ultimately come down to YOU. People can help you or advise you, but yous till make the choices all the way down to what you play, how you play, and how often do you practice etc. Hope this helps. Now… go drum.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

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Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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]]> Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the last couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the last couple of weeks, we have been discussing a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to the previous lessons, this week we focus on the start of the 3rd Primary Class of a Drummer the "Advanced Class" within this class falls Level 7, 8, and 9 however; we will only discuss Level 7 and 8 this week

Let's break down the Advanced Class.

The Advanced Class: This class expands over three different levels, and is the class where you really come into your own. At this point in your drum career, the main focus is mastering what you know while still focusing on learning some new ideas or taking old ideas new the next level. What I mean by that is, you focus more on having extremely consistent time keeping within a groove and soloing. You take an old fill or lick and permutate it, play it in a new subdivision, or add more notes to it. You begin to focus on Mastering what you know to help you in your performing and teaching career

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons an elite player that knows what it takes to get to the career you want to have

Level 7: 7-10 years of playing experience: Master What You Know


 

New Skills: you continue to master new subdivisions like quintuplets septuplets, and new poly-rhythms, you also work on shifting between all subdivisions. You continue to learn how to read these new rhythms and master reading in any time signature.

Styles: Styles continue to develop, in this stage you are focused on mastering the styles you know on the drum set. Exact time keeping and consistency becomes a major focus

Time Keeping: Being more consistent while mastering how to be "center" " behind" or "in front" of the beat.

Level 8: 9-12 years of playing experience: Master and Sustain


In this level, you are focused on not just creating more opportunities in your career, but also sustaining your career. You have probably quit your day job and our doing a great number of things to create and sustain a viable career with drums. You could be teaching, performing, making online lessons, making YouTube Drum Covers, and so on.

This stage is a stage of gaining experience and mastering the skills required through that experience. In pursuit of this, one thing will happen you will begin to create a sustainable career within music.

A quick note here, this is also the level that you start to find your niche or your strengths as a drummer. You start to realize what you a really good at and you realize you have two options. 1: You could solely focus on those strengths and make your career that. An example is, being a rock or pop drummer, a gospel or rnb drummer, or a jazz drummer. 2: You can try to master a number of styles in order to have more opportunities. Whichever you prefer is perfect, and that choice is yours to make. No one else can make that for you. Your journey with Music and playing drums, in the end, is something that is YOURS to take. So, a lot of decisions will ultimately come down to YOU. People can help you or advise you, but yous till make the choices all the way down to what you play, how you play, and how often do you practice etc. Hope this helps. Now... go drum.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my 93 yes 21:11 Bianca Richardson - The Key to success is being everywhere at once https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast68/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 29 Sep 2017 10:00:34 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4487 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast68/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast68/feed/ 0 Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are back on track and excited to be chatting with the talented, successful, and true drumtrepreneur Bianca Richardson. Bianca is an absolute class act and this episode truly reflects what happens when three drummers get caught in the moment. Bianca has played with a multitude of highly praised artists including the legendary Marcus Miller. About our guest: Bianca Richardson is a professional drummer, educator, and touring artist with a background that truly preserves the idea that you have to be work diligently without sacrificing prudence and delivery. Her assertive nature and ability to dominate all styles of music have put her in endorsement positions with Turkish Cymbals, Protec, Vector Pedals, GoPro, and Evans Drumheads! Her powerful skillset has given her opportunities to work with a handful of superstar artists such as Artur Menezes, Marcus Miller, and Nick Walker. What started off as a stand against sexism turned into the motivation behind the drums that would grow into an extremely successful future and jam-packed experience. Getting her drumline licks in behind the bass drum really gave her an advantage on drumset as she grew some pretty solid chops and some serious control with her hands. Key Points from today's episode: Drive and motivation can be converted into some serious chops if focused correctly. Taking advantage of every opportunity can get you that much closer to your goals. The Key to success is learning to be everywhere at once. Bianca is a success machine and we can't wait to see what the next few years bring to her on her journey to the top. Her unparalleled approach to this whole drum game is something not many drummers have attuned to so if you're looking for a new path to explore for success take some notes. That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week! - Richard Links for Bianca   Instagram Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast  Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are back on track and excited to be chatting with the talented, successful, and true drumtrepreneur Bianca Richardson. Bianca is an absolute class act and this episode truly reflects what happens when three drummers get caught in the moment. Bianca has played with a multitude of highly praised artists including the legendary Marcus Miller.

About our guest:

Bianca Richardson is a professional drummer, educator, and touring artist with a background that truly preserves the idea that you have to be work diligently without sacrificing prudence and delivery. Her assertive nature and ability to dominate all styles of music have put her in endorsement positions with Turkish Cymbals, Protec, Vector Pedals, GoPro, and Evans Drumheads! Her powerful skillset has given her opportunities to work with a handful of superstar artists such as Artur Menezes, Marcus Miller, and Nick Walker.

What started off as a stand against sexism turned into the motivation behind the drums that would grow into an extremely successful future and jam-packed experience. Getting her drumline licks in behind the bass drum really gave her an advantage on drumset as she grew some pretty solid chops and some serious control with her hands.

Key Points from today’s episode:

  • Drive and motivation can be converted into some serious chops if focused correctly.
  • Taking advantage of every opportunity can get you that much closer to your goals.
  • The Key to success is learning to be everywhere at once.

Bianca is a success machine and we can’t wait to see what the next few years bring to her on her journey to the top. Her unparalleled approach to this whole drum game is something not many drummers have attuned to so if you’re looking for a new path to explore for success take some notes.

That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

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]]> Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin and I are back on track and excited to be chatting with the talented, successful, and true drumtrepreneur Bianca Richardson. Bianca is an absolute class act and this episod...


About our guest:

Bianca Richardson is a professional drummer, educator, and touring artist with a background that truly preserves the idea that you have to be work diligently without sacrificing prudence and delivery. Her assertive nature and ability to dominate all styles of music have put her in endorsement positions with Turkish Cymbals, Protec, Vector Pedals, GoPro, and Evans Drumheads! Her powerful skillset has given her opportunities to work with a handful of superstar artists such as Artur Menezes, Marcus Miller, and Nick Walker.

What started off as a stand against sexism turned into the motivation behind the drums that would grow into an extremely successful future and jam-packed experience. Getting her drumline licks in behind the bass drum really gave her an advantage on drumset as she grew some pretty solid chops and some serious control with her hands.

Key Points from today's episode:

* Drive and motivation can be converted into some serious chops if focused correctly.
* Taking advantage of every opportunity can get you that much closer to your goals.
* The Key to success is learning to be everywhere at once.

Bianca is a success machine and we can't wait to see what the next few years bring to her on her journey to the top. Her unparalleled approach to this whole drum game is something not many drummers have attuned to so if you're looking for a new path to explore for success take some notes.

That's it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

- Richard

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Drummers I Like LLC 68 Bianca Richardson - The Key to success is being everywhere at once yes 1:06:52 Daily Fill #92: Kevin’s Drum Rants: Revisiting the Promark Firegrain sticks https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill92/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 28 Sep 2017 06:34:50 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4474 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill92/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill92/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, I want to take a minute to revisit the Promark Firegrain drumsticks. With more time playing with these sticks, I believe it's time look at how they have continued to hold up as well as how the sticks feel. Starting out first today we talk a little about the new Circa Survive album, and we enjoy the track Mandala from their earlier days off of the album On Letting Go. The track has some fabulous drums. Steve Clifford also really shines on the newest album The Amulet. So go check it out. Listen out for more of my experience with the Firegrain's. I won't spoil the show but I can say I'm pleasantly surprised. Promark has really done well with this line of sticks. Now with a busy weekend gigging with the Rebound 5A size under my belt. I really thought it was time to have another chat about these new sticks! Make sure to check out next weeks show cause I've got a great surprise in store for next week. Listen to the rant today to hear what that's all about! I can't wait to rant more next week! Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin Kevin's Links  Email Instagram DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Hello, it’s Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, I want to take a minute to revisit the Promark Firegrain drumsticks. With more time playing with these sticks, I believe it’s time look at how they have continued to hold up as well as how the sticks feel.

Starting out first today we talk a little about the new Circa Survive album, and we enjoy the track Mandala from their earlier days off of the album On Letting Go. The track has some fabulous drums. Steve Clifford also really shines on the newest album The Amulet. So go check it out.

Listen out for more of my experience with the Firegrain’s. I won’t spoil the show but I can say I’m pleasantly surprised. Promark has really done well with this line of sticks. Now with a busy weekend gigging with the Rebound 5A size under my belt. I really thought it was time to have another chat about these new sticks!

Make sure to check out next weeks show cause I’ve got a great surprise in store for next week. Listen to the rant today to hear what that’s all about! I can’t wait to rant more next week!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, I want to take a minute to revisit the Promark F...
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Hello, it's Kevin with you today for another rant! On this episode, I want to take a minute to revisit the Promark Firegrain drumsticks. With more time playing with these sticks, I believe it's time look at how they have continued to hold up as well as how the sticks feel.

Starting out first today we talk a little about the new Circa Survive album, and we enjoy the track Mandala from their earlier days off of the album On Letting Go. The track has some fabulous drums. Steve Clifford also really shines on the newest album The Amulet. So go check it out.

Listen out for more of my experience with the Firegrain's. I won't spoil the show but I can say I'm pleasantly surprised. Promark has really done well with this line of sticks. Now with a busy weekend gigging with the Rebound 5A size under my belt. I really thought it was time to have another chat about these new sticks!

Make sure to check out next weeks show cause I've got a great surprise in store for next week. Listen to the rant today to hear what that's all about! I can't wait to rant more next week!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin
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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #91: Plan your perfect day in 5 minutes https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill91/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 26 Sep 2017 10:00:12 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4466 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill91/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill91/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we talk about my favorite topic in the entire world. Daily Planning through Journaling. It is by far my number one key to success and how I keep track of my entire life every day. The best part is that It only takes me 5-10 minutes a day to prep it. Step 1: Template it and ride Ok.... There is a big misconception with templates and it all starts with the issue of repetitive tasking. Trust me... This will not be an issue if you are creating a Journal theme for each day. This is something that plays a big role in your journaling process. It's a lot easy to choose a specific day of the week for different types of tasks. Example: I choose Monday and my most coveted day. This is the day in which I need the most time to focus on my tasks and abilities to structure the important tasks that span my week. So on Monday I write content, follow up on email, handle tedious tasks like planning and strategy along with the recordings of two of my podcasts. That's it. Tuesdays and Thursdays are my outreach days and the days I try and schedule my phone calls, in-person meetings, and guest podcasts. This is also a school day for my Son so I cram a lot into a small section of time which is why I choose tasks like graphics, content curation and quick turn-around items that I wouldn't need much time to handle. Wednesday is my cool down day and the that focuses on big-picture tasks like the team and company goals, organization, long-term strategy and more. Friday is my follow-up day. I try and stay away from heavy tasks because I am so anxious to hang with my son all weekend that I don't perform at my highest abilities. Step 2: Evaluate, adjust, review. Every week This is the most important step in the simple 2 step process to Daily Planning and Journaling. Every week you need to take a step back and evaluate your week. What worked for you and what didn't work for you? What tasks did you easily complete and what tasks were truly impossible to get to? One issue I constantly face with my journaling is scheduling tasks that are not conducive to my company goals and needs. What I end up doing is skipping the task or pushing it to another day to waste a section of my journal. You must prioritize and create a master calendar for all your most important recurring weekly tasks is a smart move( I will cover this in a future episode). Once you get through your first month of templating your daily planners you will see a pattern of what does and doesn't work for you. So, what's the point, Rich? The point is being the best version of yourself that you can be. The point is succeeding as a drumtrepreneur, being the best employee you can be, being a great teammate, and being able to excel for the better of your personal career in music and in any organization that you have the pleasure of working with! I know this value doesn't apply to everyone but I like to think that most drummers really work hard to be the best they can be all across the board. Got a working template that is kicking ass for you? Send me an email at richard@drummersilike.com and let me know how it's working for you! Also, if you think my templates would help you then I would be stoked to start creating digital versions of them for you all! Just let me know! Big shout out to Sofa King Podcast for this week's mention! Along with the big bag of hot sauce and stickers, I got to check out their studios and they were beyond impressive. ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to superch... Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we talk about my favorite topic in the entire world. Daily Planning through Journaling. It is by far my number one key to success and how I keep track of my entire life every day. The best part is that It only takes me 5-10 minutes a day to prep it.

Step 1: Template it and ride

Ok…. There is a big misconception with templates and it all starts with the issue of repetitive tasking. Trust me… This will not be an issue if you are creating a Journal theme for each day. This is something that plays a big role in your journaling process. It’s a lot easy to choose a specific day of the week for different types of tasks. Example: I choose Monday and my most coveted day. This is the day in which I need the most time to focus on my tasks and abilities to structure the important tasks that span my week. So on Monday I write content, follow up on email, handle tedious tasks like planning and strategy along with the recordings of two of my podcasts. That’s it. Tuesdays and Thursdays are my outreach days and the days I try and schedule my phone calls, in-person meetings, and guest podcasts. This is also a school day for my Son so I cram a lot into a small section of time which is why I choose tasks like graphics, content curation and quick turn-around items that I wouldn’t need much time to handle. Wednesday is my cool down day and the that focuses on big-picture tasks like the team and company goals, organization, long-term strategy and more. Friday is my follow-up day. I try and stay away from heavy tasks because I am so anxious to hang with my son all weekend that I don’t perform at my highest abilities.

Step 2: Evaluate, adjust, review. Every week

This is the most important step in the simple 2 step process to Daily Planning and Journaling. Every week you need to take a step back and evaluate your week. What worked for you and what didn’t work for you? What tasks did you easily complete and what tasks were truly impossible to get to? One issue I constantly face with my journaling is scheduling tasks that are not conducive to my company goals and needs. What I end up doing is skipping the task or pushing it to another day to waste a section of my journal. You must prioritize and create a master calendar for all your most important recurring weekly tasks is a smart move( I will cover this in a future episode). Once you get through your first month of templating your daily planners you will see a pattern of what does and doesn’t work for you.

So, what’s the point, Rich?

The point is being the best version of yourself that you can be. The point is succeeding as a drumtrepreneur, being the best employee you can be, being a great teammate, and being able to excel for the better of your personal career in music and in any organization that you have the pleasure of working with! I know this value doesn’t apply to everyone but I like to think that most drummers really work hard to be the best they can be all across the board.

Got a working template that is kicking ass for you? Send me an email at richard@drummersilike.com and let me know how it’s working for you! Also, if you think my templates would help you then I would be stoked to start creating digital versions of them for you all! Just let me know!

Big shout out to Sofa King Podcast for this week’s mention! Along with the big bag of hot sauce and stickers, I got to check out their studios and they were beyond impressive.

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

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Last Friday’s Podcast

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Facebook

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode,
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!


On today's episode, we talk about my favorite topic in the entire world. Daily Planning through Journaling. It is by far my number one key to success and how I keep track of my entire life every day. The best part is that It only takes me 5-10 minutes a day to prep it.

Step 1: Template it and ride

Ok.... There is a big misconception with templates and it all starts with the issue of repetitive tasking. Trust me... This will not be an issue if you are creating a Journal theme for each day. This is something that plays a big role in your journaling process. It's a lot easy to choose a specific day of the week for different types of tasks. Example: I choose Monday and my most coveted day. This is the day in which I need the most time to focus on my tasks and abilities to structure the important tasks that span my week. So on Monday I write content, follow up on email, handle tedious tasks like planning and strategy along with the recordings of two of my podcasts. That's it. Tuesdays and Thursdays are my outreach days and the days I try and schedule my phone calls, in-person meetings, and guest podcasts. This is also a school day for my Son so I cram a lot into a small section of time which is why I choose tasks like graphics, content curation and quick turn-around items that I wouldn't need much time to handle. Wednesday is my cool down day and the that focuses on big-picture tasks like the team and company goals, organization, long-term strategy and more. Friday is my follow-up day. I try and stay away from heavy tasks because I am so anxious to hang with my son all weekend that I don't perform at my highest abilities.

Step 2: Evaluate, adjust, review. Every week

This is the most important step in the simple 2 step process to Daily Planning and Journaling. Every week you need to take a step back and evaluate your week. What worked for you and what didn't work for you? What tasks did you easily complete and what tasks were truly impossible to get to? One issue I constantly face with my journaling is scheduling tasks that are not conducive to my company goals and needs. What I end up doing is skipping the task or pushing it to another day to waste a section of my journal. You must prioritize and create a master calendar for all your most important recurring weekly tasks is a smart move( I will cover this in a future episode). Once you get through your first month of templating your daily planners you will see a pattern of what does and doesn't work for you.

So, what's the point, Rich?

The point is being the best version of yourself that you can be. The point is succeeding as a drumtrepreneur, being the best employee you can be, being a great teammate, and being able to excel for the better of your personal career in music and in any organization that you have the pleasure of working with! I know this value doesn't apply to everyone but I like to think that most drummers really work hard to be the best they can be all across the board.

Got a working template that is kicking ass for you? Send me an email at richard@drummersilike.com and let me know how it's working for you! Also, if you think my templates would help you then I would be stoked to start creating digital versions of them for you all! Just let me know!

Big shout out to Sofa King Podcast for this week's mention! Along with the big bag of hot sauce and stickers, I got to check out their studios and they were beyond impressive.

ALSO!!! Big shout out to everyone that has recently joined the private facebook group! If you want to join

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Daily Fill #90: Drum Lessons: Levels of Musicianship Part 3 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill90/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 25 Sep 2017 10:00:19 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4449 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill90/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill90/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the "Intermediate Class" within these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 5 and 6 this week Let's break down the Intermediate Class. The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and Level 5 is the pinnacle turning point in your study of drums. This is the level that you either climb the mountain of drumming or you decide, "I am happy with what I can play" Level 6 is the moment you break free, sort of... So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least TWICE a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. If you want to be self-taught, this is the time for you to seek guidance. Second, I recommend increasing your practice time. Instead of 30 minutes a day of practice time, amp it up to one hour a day. Level 5: 4-6 years of playing experience This is the most demanding level in your development behind the drum set. You are learning a ton of different concepts all at the same time. New styles, grooves, rudiments, techniques, soloing skills, reading, rhythms, and anything else drum related. You will have to be behind the drum set more and more! Practicing more will help you through this stage. The less you practice the longer you will be here... So, practice and just don't practice but practice SMART. Breakdown of Skills you could learn: The Standard 26 Rudiments, Styles such as Swing, Afro-Cuban, Progressive rock/metal, Soca, Calypso, Samba, Salsa, Guanguanco, Rhumba, Africa styles, etc. Furthermore, you will be learning new rhythms, reading rudiment or snare drum solos. Performing in Jazz Band, Concert Band, Symphony, Cover Bands, or an Original Band. You will start to learn Linear Style of playing Drums Level 6: 5-7 years of playing experience Level 6 is a big stage too. You are not quite done studying drums, however; compared to when you first started you are extremely comfortable behind the drum set. Although, you notice something is missing and it can be frustrating. That thing is being creative, finding your "voice" behind the drum set, and is becoming a better musician not just a better drum set player. The drum set is an awkward instrument to play, so you start to put more time in becoming comfortable behind the drum set. So, a primary focus during this stage is Time Keeping while playing a Groove and(NEW AWARENESS) Timekeeping while you SOLO... For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download. Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in. This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE Thanks for listening and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the “Intermediate Class” within these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 5 and 6 this week

Let’s break down the Intermediate Class.

The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and Level 5 is the pinnacle turning point in your study of drums. This is the level that you either climb the mountain of drumming or you decide, “I am happy with what I can play” Level 6 is the moment you break free, sort of…

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least TWICE a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. If you want to be self-taught, this is the time for you to seek guidance. Second, I recommend increasing your practice time. Instead of 30 minutes a day of practice time, amp it up to one hour a day.

Level 5: 4-6 years of playing experience

This is the most demanding level in your development behind the drum set. You are learning a ton of different concepts all at the same time. New styles, grooves, rudiments, techniques, soloing skills, reading, rhythms, and anything else drum related. You will have to be behind the drum set more and more! Practicing more will help you through this stage. The less you practice the longer you will be here… So, practice and just don’t practice but practice SMART.

Breakdown of Skills you could learn: The Standard 26 Rudiments, Styles such as Swing, Afro-Cuban, Progressive rock/metal, Soca, Calypso, Samba, Salsa, Guanguanco, Rhumba, Africa styles, etc. Furthermore, you will be learning new rhythms, reading rudiment or snare drum solos. Performing in Jazz Band, Concert Band, Symphony, Cover Bands, or an Original Band. You will start to learn Linear Style of playing Drums

Level 6: 5-7 years of playing experience

Level 6 is a big stage too. You are not quite done studying drums, however; compared to when you first started you are extremely comfortable behind the drum set. Although, you notice something is missing and it can be frustrating. That thing is being creative, finding your “voice” behind the drum set, and is becoming a better musician not just a better drum set player. The drum set is an awkward instrument to play, so you start to put more time in becoming comfortable behind the drum set. So, a primary focus during this stage is Time Keeping while playing a Groove and(NEW AWARENESS) Timekeeping while you SOLO…

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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]]> Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the "Intermediate Class" within these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 5 and 6 this week

Let's break down the Intermediate Class.

The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and Level 5 is the pinnacle turning point in your study of drums. This is the level that you either climb the mountain of drumming or you decide, "I am happy with what I can play" Level 6 is the moment you break free, sort of...

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least TWICE a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. If you want to be self-taught, this is the time for you to seek guidance. Second, I recommend increasing your practice time. Instead of 30 minutes a day of practice time, amp it up to one hour a day.

Level 5: 4-6 years of playing experience

This is the most demanding level in your development behind the drum set. You are learning a ton of different concepts all at the same time. New styles, grooves, rudiments, techniques, soloing skills, reading, rhythms, and anything else drum related. You will have to be behind the drum set more and more! Practicing more will help you through this stage. The less you practice the longer you will be here... So, practice and just don't practice but practice SMART.

Breakdown of Skills you could learn: The Standard 26 Rudiments, Styles such as Swing, Afro-Cuban, Progressive rock/metal, Soca, Calypso, Samba, Salsa, Guanguanco, Rhumba, Africa styles, etc. Furthermore, you will be learning new rhythms, reading rudiment or snare drum solos. Performing in Jazz Band, Concert Band, Symphony, Cover Bands, or an Original Band. You will start to learn Linear Style of playing Drums

Level 6: 5-7 years of playing experience

Level 6 is a big stage too. You are not quite done studying drums, however; compared to when you first started you are extremely comfortable behind the drum set. Although, you notice something is missing and it can be frustrating. That thing is being creative, finding your "voice" behind the drum set, and is becoming a better musician not just a better drum set player. The drum set is an awkward instrument to play, so you start to put more time in becoming comfortable behind the drum set. So, a primary focus during this stage is Time Keeping while playing a Groove and(NEW AWARENESS) Timekeeping while you SOLO...

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me,]]>
Drummers I Like LLC yes 21:39 Drummers I Like Podcast Updates https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast67/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 22 Sep 2017 10:00:31 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4444 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast67/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast67/feed/ 0 Welcome back to episode 67 of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin is back as he joins Richard for a guest-less episode of the podcast. This is a particularly fun episode as it's the first time we have ever been live for questions. Granted, it was only through Instagram it was still something very cool. We ask the big question... rack toms or floor toms?  That's it for episode 67 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. But wait...there's more!  This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to episode 67 of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin is back as he joins Richard for a guest-less episode of the podcast. This is a particularly fun episode as it’s the first time we have ever been live for questions. Granted, it was only through Instagram it was still something very cool. We ask the big question… rack toms or floor toms? 

That’s it for episode 67 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait…there’s more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

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Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Welcome back to episode 67 of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week Kevin is back as he joins Richard for a guest-less episode of the podcast. This is a particularly fun episode as it's the first time we have ever been live for questions. Granted,


That's it for episode 67 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait...there's more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

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Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Daily Fill #89: Kevin’s Drum Rants: Surviving Hurricane Irma https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill89/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 21 Sep 2017 10:00:51 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4427 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill89/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill89/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is finally back after 2 weeks, with another one of his rants. On episode number 8, Kevin rants about being down over the last couple of weeks due to hurricane Irma, as well as talking about playing along with a click in a live setting. Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant Tempo is something we all strive to master as drummers. But what do we do when musicians in our group have tempo issues of their own? The Pro Metronome app is a great tool to be able to set up click tracks to have at the ready for live shows. But how do you get the entire band to gel to your tempos? We talk about that and more on today's rant. It's no secret... Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That's why we need so much help from our listeners as we grow our shows to farther height than ever! Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant. - Kevin Kevin's Links  Email Instagram DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is finally back after 2 weeks, with another one of his rants. On episode number 8, Kevin rants about being down over the last couple of weeks due to hurricane Irma, as well as talking about playing along with a click in a live setting. Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant

Tempo is something we all strive to master as drummers. But what do we do when musicians in our group have tempo issues of their own? The Pro Metronome app is a great tool to be able to set up click tracks to have at the ready for live shows. But how do you get the entire band to gel to your tempos? We talk about that and more on today’s rant.

It’s no secret… Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That’s why we need so much help from our listeners as we grow our shows to farther height than ever!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin’s Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I’ll talk to you next week for another rant.

– Kevin

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is finally back after 2 weeks, with another one of his rants. On episode number 8,
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is finally back after 2 weeks, with another one of his rants. On episode number 8, Kevin rants about being down over the last couple of weeks due to hurricane Irma, as well as talking about playing along with a click in a live setting. Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant

Tempo is something we all strive to master as drummers. But what do we do when musicians in our group have tempo issues of their own? The Pro Metronome app is a great tool to be able to set up click tracks to have at the ready for live shows. But how do you get the entire band to gel to your tempos? We talk about that and more on today's rant.

It's no secret... Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That's why we need so much help from our listeners as we grow our shows to farther height than ever!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you want to hear on Kevin's Rant or just to add to the topics we talked about today! You can also reach out directly to me at kevin@drummersilike.com or at my Instagram handle kmc_drums. The links are also below. Thanks again for listening and I'll talk to you next week for another rant.

- Kevin
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Daily Fill #88: Tesla hangs with Troy Luccketta https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-88-tesla-hangs-with-troy-luccketta/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 20 Sep 2017 15:28:31 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4431 https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-88-tesla-hangs-with-troy-luccketta/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-88-tesla-hangs-with-troy-luccketta/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more! On today's show, J.C. updates us on his evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla as well as a few cool programs he has up his sleeve. A few points we cover: J.C.'s amazing evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla We talk about the new iPhone and how cell phone plans have become the new Car Lease We catch up on everything going on at Drummers I Like! - Richard As noted in the beginning of the show... Your support means the world to us and will allow us to continue to go the extra mile with Drummers I Like and everything we bring you each week! Support us by signing up for Drummers I Like Pro here Support us by becoming a Patron via our Patreon here Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!

On today’s show, J.C. updates us on his evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla as well as a few cool programs he has up his sleeve.

A few points we cover:

  1. J.C.’s amazing evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla
  2. We talk about the new iPhone and how cell phone plans have become the new Car Lease
  3. We catch up on everything going on at Drummers I Like!

– Richard

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Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!
Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!


On today's show, J.C. updates us on his evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla as well as a few cool programs he has up his sleeve.

A few points we cover:

* J.C.'s amazing evening with Troy Luccketta of Tesla
* We talk about the new iPhone and how cell phone plans have become the new Car Lease
* We catch up on everything going on at Drummers I Like!

- Richard

As noted in the beginning of the show... Your support means the world to us and will allow us to continue to go the extra mile with Drummers I Like and everything we bring you each week!

Support us by signing up for Drummers I Like Pro here

Support us by becoming a Patron via our Patreon here

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Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Daily Fill #87: Embrace your journey https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill87/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 19 Sep 2017 10:00:03 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4420 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill87/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill87/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we catch up on things over here at camp Drummers I Like and update everyone on our lack of shows last week! We missed an episode of the podcast, Kevin's back from hurricane hell, Scott is working on his living situation, and everyone at my house is sick, busy, or just really really sick. Today I fill you all in on future updates regarding Drummers I Like, Pro, The Forums, Social Media, The Podcast, The Intern program and more! It's no secret... Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team let alone one individual that is pulling a ton of strings. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That's why I need so much help from my listeners as we grow our show to farther height than ever! Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY   That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!! Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we catch up on things over here at camp Drummers I Like and update everyone on our lack of shows last week! We missed an episode of the podcast, Kevin’s back from hurricane hell, Scott is working on his living situation, and everyone at my house is sick, busy, or just really really sick.

Today I fill you all in on future updates regarding Drummers I Like, Pro, The Forums, Social Media, The Podcast, The Intern program and more!

It’s no secret… Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team let alone one individual that is pulling a ton of strings. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That’s why I need so much help from my listeners as we grow our show to farther height than ever!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

 

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

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Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode,
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!


On today's episode, we catch up on things over here at camp Drummers I Like and update everyone on our lack of shows last week! We missed an episode of the podcast, Kevin's back from hurricane hell, Scott is working on his living situation, and everyone at my house is sick, busy, or just really really sick.

Today I fill you all in on future updates regarding Drummers I Like, Pro, The Forums, Social Media, The Podcast, The Intern program and more!

It's no secret... Keeping up with Drummers I Like Pro, managing 5 podcasts, structuring content plans and trying to create a community takes a toll on a team let alone one individual that is pulling a ton of strings. This is why we are looking for interns again but this time we are picking very specifically. We need some help building our community, managing our social media, creating graphics, branding, editing videos, creating blog content, and more! It is a lot! I KNOW!!! That's why I need so much help from my listeners as we grow our show to farther height than ever!

Click here to apply for an intern position: SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY

 

That's it for today's episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time...

- Richard

DONT FORGET TO JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP HERE!!

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #86: Drum Lessons: Levels of Musicianship Part 2 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill86/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 18 Sep 2017 10:00:21 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4401 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill86/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill86/feed/ 1 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the "Intermediate Class" with in these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 3 and 4 this week Let's break down the Intermediate Class. The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and you face more challenges at this stage than any other. In the level 3 and 4 of the intermediate class, you face technical and conceptual challenges, but you overcome with ease. However you confront an aspect of your playing you have never had to confront before... So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least once a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. Second, I would use prerecorded lesson videos to supplement anything you are learning during your private instruction. Level 3: 2-4 years of playing experience This level is actually a huge leap in your playing ability because your hard work and diligence has started to pay off. You can now start comfortably applying EVERYTHING you have learned the first 1 to 3 years you have been practicing. You are learning new rudiments, beats, and concepts, but you can learn them a little easier now because music is related. Although, there will still be things you can't do yet, you still gain excitement and confidence because you are finally feeling more comfortable behind the drum set. Level 4: 3-5 years of playing experience This is another big leap in your playing ability because know you can almost play any song from the radio. If your young, maybe this is the stage were you join the Jazz Band, Concert Band, or Symphony at your school. If your an adult, maybe you have joined a cover band, community big band, or an originals band. This stage has some ups and downs though. The ups are you start to gain a little recognition because your performance skills have become more honed, and people notice that. The downs are because you are trying new styles of music you run into more plateaus that you will have overcome. The difficult part of those plateaus is some are technical issues, but a majority of the walls you will have to break through are conceptual. This is where you start searching for your own voice on the drum set for the first time. For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download. Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in. This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE Thanks for listening and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the “Intermediate Class” with in these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 3 and 4 this week

Let’s break down the Intermediate Class.

The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and you face more challenges at this stage than any other. In the level 3 and 4 of the intermediate class, you face technical and conceptual challenges, but you overcome with ease. However you confront an aspect of your playing you have never had to confront before…

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least once a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. Second, I would use prerecorded lesson videos to supplement anything you are learning during your private instruction.

Level 3: 2-4 years of playing experience

This level is actually a huge leap in your playing ability because your hard work and diligence has started to pay off. You can now start comfortably applying EVERYTHING you have learned the first 1 to 3 years you have been practicing. You are learning new rudiments, beats, and concepts, but you can learn them a little easier now because music is related. Although, there will still be things you can’t do yet, you still gain excitement and confidence because you are finally feeling more comfortable behind the drum set.

Level 4: 3-5 years of playing experience

This is another big leap in your playing ability because know you can almost play any song from the radio. If your young, maybe this is the stage were you join the Jazz Band, Concert Band, or Symphony at your school. If your an adult, maybe you have joined a cover band, community big band, or an originals band. This stage has some ups and downs though. The ups are you start to gain a little recognition because your performance skills have become more honed, and people notice that. The downs are because you are trying new styles of music you run into more plateaus that you will have overcome. The difficult part of those plateaus is some are technical issues, but a majority of the walls you will have to break through are conceptual. This is where you start searching for your own voice on the drum set for the first time.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

Thanks for listening and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. Similar to last week, this week we focus on the start of the Second Primary Class of a Drummer the "Intermediate Class" with in these class falls Level 3, 4, 5 and Level 6, however; we will only discuss Level 3 and 4 this week

Let's break down the Intermediate Class.

The Intermediate Class: This class expands over four different levels, and you face more challenges at this stage than any other. In the level 3 and 4 of the intermediate class, you face technical and conceptual challenges, but you overcome with ease. However you confront an aspect of your playing you have never had to confront before...

So in this stage, I recommend private lessons at least once a month either in person or online via Skype or any other platform. Second, I would use prerecorded lesson videos to supplement anything you are learning during your private instruction.

Level 3: 2-4 years of playing experience

This level is actually a huge leap in your playing ability because your hard work and diligence has started to pay off. You can now start comfortably applying EVERYTHING you have learned the first 1 to 3 years you have been practicing. You are learning new rudiments, beats, and concepts, but you can learn them a little easier now because music is related. Although, there will still be things you can't do yet, you still gain excitement and confidence because you are finally feeling more comfortable behind the drum set.

Level 4: 3-5 years of playing experience

This is another big leap in your playing ability because know you can almost play any song from the radio. If your young, maybe this is the stage were you join the Jazz Band, Concert Band, or Symphony at your school. If your an adult, maybe you have joined a cover band, community big band, or an originals band. This stage has some ups and downs though. The ups are you start to gain a little recognition because your performance skills have become more honed, and people notice that. The downs are because you are trying new styles of music you run into more plateaus that you will have overcome. The difficult part of those plateaus is some are technical issues, but a majority of the walls you will have to break through are conceptual. This is where you start searching for your own voice on the drum set for the first time.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.   yes 24:21
Daily Fill #85: Cristian Beaulieu CRUSHES defeat https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-85/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 13 Sep 2017 17:41:46 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4395 https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-85/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/daily-fill-85/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more! On today's show, we bring on close friend and the brains behind the Drumtac process Cristian Beaulieu. We cover a litany of situations regarding anxiety, depression, motivation, and the want to get up and go every day. Cristian is an absolute enigma and potentially a super genius that has added so much fuel to the fire for us today and I can't thank him enough for contributing his time this morning. TAKE NOTES DRUMMERS! This one is LONG! A few points we cover: Self-doubt and overcoming your mind's expectations of itself. The big risks you have to take in life when choosing to work for yourself. Perspective change and why you need to see your failures as greatest success A big point Cristian made that had my jaw to the floor was when we got on the topic of business and how there is always someone else paying the check, making the business work. Cristian asks the simple question "Why can't I be the someone else" So I ask you that same question... Why can't you be that someone else? - Richard Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!

On today’s show, we bring on close friend and the brains behind the Drumtac process Cristian Beaulieu. We cover a litany of situations regarding anxiety, depression, motivation, and the want to get up and go every day. Cristian is an absolute enigma and potentially a super genius that has added so much fuel to the fire for us today and I can’t thank him enough for contributing his time this morning. TAKE NOTES DRUMMERS! This one is LONG!

A few points we cover:

  1. Self-doubt and overcoming your mind’s expectations of itself.
  2. The big risks you have to take in life when choosing to work for yourself.
  3. Perspective change and why you need to see your failures as greatest success

A big point Cristian made that had my jaw to the floor was when we got on the topic of business and how there is always someone else paying the check, making the business work. Cristian asks the simple question “Why can’t I be the someone else”

So I ask you that same question… Why can’t you be that someone else?

– Richard

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

]]> Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!
Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!


On today's show, we bring on close friend and the brains behind the Drumtac process Cristian Beaulieu. We cover a litany of situations regarding anxiety, depression, motivation, and the want to get up and go every day. Cristian is an absolute enigma and potentially a super genius that has added so much fuel to the fire for us today and I can't thank him enough for contributing his time this morning. TAKE NOTES DRUMMERS! This one is LONG!

A few points we cover:

* Self-doubt and overcoming your mind's expectations of itself.
* The big risks you have to take in life when choosing to work for yourself.
* Perspective change and why you need to see your failures as greatest success

A big point Cristian made that had my jaw to the floor was when we got on the topic of business and how there is always someone else paying the check, making the business work. Cristian asks the simple question "Why can't I be the someone else"

So I ask you that same question... Why can't you be that someone else?

- Richard

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
Richard Ducat, J.C. Clifford yes 1:12:10 Daily Fill #84: Superior Drummer Success https://www.drummersilike.net/84-superior-drummer/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 12 Sep 2017 10:00:44 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4363 https://www.drummersilike.net/84-superior-drummer/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/84-superior-drummer/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we talk about a little bug that's been in my ear for the last 3 years. SUPERIOR DRUMMER         The infamous Superior Drummer has plagued me for years now and It's not the products fault. It's entirely mine. Where do we start? It all starts back in 2014 when I decided to pick up the Roland tdk11kv Electronic Drumset in preparation for the birth of my first Son Everett. I was extremely excited to get my kit and for weeks I waited for the delivery and I planned out my attack of drum covers and jams. The Big Issue: My kit finally arrived and I was SO stoked to get her setup and ready for jamming. After a ton of work and efforts to get it nice and comfy, I was ready for action. I set my seat up, got my aux cords, plugged my iPhone into the module, picked a track to play my drums too and grabbed the sticks. Upon my first hit, I was immediately thrown back with frustration as the snare sounded like a pair of dish pans smacking a tennis ball court. This kit sounded so fake and so computerized that I could barely get through the jam session. My only fix was to turn up the music mix, drown out the majority of the drum mix, and just feel it out. The Fix: Superior Drummer is my savior After years of frustration, I finally needed to find a fix for my drum module issue. I jumped on google and started researching mixing videos for the kit and although I was able to find a ton of information I still wasn't satisfied. As I scrolled down the youtube search engine and I came across this video. It wasn't the comparison of sounds that drove me to my conclusion of using Superior Drummer. It was the title that reminded me of the software my best friends used in college to write our album. I started to get so excited because I remembered the onslaught of drums, cymbals, and kits I could choose from. I just needed to get ahold of my best friend Tom so I could retrieve a copy of his license. This is one of the better parts of the Toon Track Software. It allows you to register it on up to 3 devices. This is perfect for say a group of producers looking to invest in their gear, a band that needs to come together for a tracking solution for their demoing process, or between a group of drummers like me that need to find a solution like the ones offered from toon track. Superior Drummer X Roland TD11KVS - The Truth will set you free: So over the next two years, I would come to rely on superior drummer for all my jamming and recording needs. The product's ease of use was so good that I was able to literally "plug in and play" my drums upon the first 5 minutes of my installation. This is probably the best part of the software as all it requires is a few simple audio accessories to get started. This was in my eyes becoming the best drum software on the market! ( next to EZ DRUMMER 2 ) My superior drummer setup for practicing and recording on my Roland TD11KV: 2015 Macbook Pro 13" 16GB ram, 1TB hard drive price ($1500) Roland TD11KV price ($1499.00) I suggest checking out the Roland td11kv used if you're on a budget MIO1 in 1 out Midi to USB interface price ($35) One set of Studio Audio over the headphone (I use beats) I know the MacBook and kit are a stretch for a lot of us but it's important to note that this podcast and post are dedicated to owners of the Roland kit looking to increase the sound options. For a lot of us, achieving this setup requires a quick trip to the Amazon online or Wal-Mart center near you. The Underlying issue: So like most of us, I got pretty obsessed with the options I had with the superior drummer and I constantly cut videos that were the quality sound of a studio drummer for simple things like Instagram posts and quick Imessages to friends. Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we talk about a little bug that’s been in my ear for the last 3 years.

SUPERIOR DRUMMER

drummers i like podcast, daily fill podcast, superior drummer podcast

 

 

 

 

The infamous Superior Drummer has plagued me for years now and It’s not the products fault. It’s entirely mine.

Where do we start?

It all starts back in 2014 when I decided to pick up the Roland tdk11kv Electronic Drumset in preparation for the birth of my first Son Everett. I was extremely excited to get my kit and for weeks I waited for the delivery and I planned out my attack of drum covers and jams.

The Big Issue:

My kit finally arrived and I was SO stoked to get her setup and ready for jamming. After a ton of work and efforts to get it nice and comfy, I was ready for action. I set my seat up, got my aux cords, plugged my iPhone into the module, picked a track to play my drums too and grabbed the sticks. Upon my first hit, I was immediately thrown back with frustration as the snare sounded like a pair of dish pans smacking a tennis ball court. This kit sounded so fake and so computerized that I could barely get through the jam session. My only fix was to turn up the music mix, drown out the majority of the drum mix, and just feel it out.

The Fix: Superior Drummer is my savior

After years of frustration, I finally needed to find a fix for my drum module issue. I jumped on google and started researching mixing videos for the kit and although I was able to find a ton of information I still wasn’t satisfied. As I scrolled down the youtube search engine and I came across this video.

It wasn’t the comparison of sounds that drove me to my conclusion of using Superior Drummer. It was the title that reminded me of the software my best friends used in college to write our album. I started to get so excited because I remembered the onslaught of drums, cymbals, and kits I could choose from. I just needed to get ahold of my best friend Tom so I could retrieve a copy of his license. This is one of the better parts of the Toon Track Software. It allows you to register it on up to 3 devices. This is perfect for say a group of producers looking to invest in their gear, a band that needs to come together for a tracking solution for their demoing process, or between a group of drummers like me that need to find a solution like the ones offered from toon track.

Superior Drummer X Roland TD11KVS – The Truth will set you free:

So over the next two years, I would come to rely on superior drummer for all my jamming and recording needs. The product’s ease of use was so good that I was able to literally “plug in and play” my drums upon the first 5 minutes of my installation. This is probably the best part of the software as all it requires is a few simple audio accessories to get started. This was in my eyes becoming the best drum software on the market! ( next to EZ DRUMMER 2 )

My superior drummer setup for practicing and recording on my Roland TD11KV:

  1. 2015 Macbook Pro 13″ 16GB ram, 1TB hard drive price ($1500)
  2. Roland TD11KV price ($1499.00) I suggest checking out the Roland td11kv used if you’re on a budget
  3. MIO1 in 1 out Midi to USB interface price ($35)
  4. One set of Studio Audio over the headphone (I use beats)

I know the MacBook and kit are a stretch for a lot of us but it’s important to note that this podcast and post are dedicated to owners of the Roland kit looking to increase the sound options. For a lot of us, achieving this setup requires a quick trip to the Amazon online or Wal-Mart center near you.

The Underlying issue:

So like most of us, I got pretty obsessed with the options I had with the superior drummer and I constantly cut videos that were the quality sound of a studio drummer for simple things like Instagram posts and quick Imessages to friends. As I started to create more videos my curiosity for the way others were doing it started to set in. I had to be prudent and see what the elders and the pros in this space were doing. Needless to say, I was blown away by the potential mixes I could be getting through logic but one thing that stood in my way was my learning curve. I could not be expected to take 20 hours of mixing lessons just to make my snare sound fatter. It just wasn’t going to happen and I didn’t have the patience to insert my efforts into the understanding this would all take. So I stopped caring again.

The answer is right in front of you:

So after a few months of giving up on enhancing my mix, I found myself searching for different setups for Roland Kits when I came across a new mixing video in which they used the built in mixer for Superior drummer to create a GIANT sounding drum kit. I’m not saying that superior drummer is a much easier mixer to work with but I will say that it’s easier to me than any of the other mixing DAWS. It took me about 3 hours to really go through this tutorial on using just simple compression, EQ and transient designer to get a crazy mix.

Here’s what I got going so far:

Not too bad right? I know I need some serious work but damn this thing sounds better than ever. Let me know what you think in the comments below and if you have any advice PLEASE DROP THEM KNOWLEDGE BOMBS!

In closing:

My journey in the land of mixing has only begun and as I grow into this new hobby of mine I will be sure to keep everyone in tune with my education and guidance. I also will make sure to keep up by providing some guidance of my own as we all take a stab at using programmed drums in our practice and recording routines!

That’s it for today’s episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode,
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!


On today's episode, we talk about a little bug that's been in my ear for the last 3 years.

SUPERIOR DRUMMER



 

 

 

 

The infamous Superior Drummer has plagued me for years now and It's not the products fault. It's entirely mine.
Where do we start?
It all starts back in 2014 when I decided to pick up the Roland tdk11kv Electronic Drumset in preparation for the birth of my first Son Everett. I was extremely excited to get my kit and for weeks I waited for the delivery and I planned out my attack of drum covers and jams.
The Big Issue:
My kit finally arrived and I was SO stoked to get her setup and ready for jamming. After a ton of work and efforts to get it nice and comfy, I was ready for action. I set my seat up, got my aux cords, plugged my iPhone into the module, picked a track to play my drums too and grabbed the sticks. Upon my first hit, I was immediately thrown back with frustration as the snare sounded like a pair of dish pans smacking a tennis ball court. This kit sounded so fake and so computerized that I could barely get through the jam session. My only fix was to turn up the music mix, drown out the majority of the drum mix, and just feel it out.
The Fix: Superior Drummer is my savior
After years of frustration, I finally needed to find a fix for my drum module issue. I jumped on google and started researching mixing videos for the kit and although I was able to find a ton of information I still wasn't satisfied. As I scrolled down the youtube search engine and I came across this video.



It wasn't the comparison of sounds that drove me to my conclusion of using Superior Drummer. It was the title that reminded me of the software my best friends used in college to write our album. I started to get so excited because I remembered the onslaught of drums, cymbals, and kits I could choose from. I just needed to get ahold of my best friend Tom so I could retrieve a copy of his license. This is one of the better parts of the Toon Track Software. It allows you to register it on up to 3 devices. This is perfect for say a group of producers looking to invest in their gear, a band that needs to come together for a tracking solution for their demoing process, or between a group of drummers like me that need to find a solution like the ones offered from toon track.
Superior Drummer X Roland TD11KVS - The Truth will set you free:
So over the next two years, I would come to rely on superior drummer for all my jamming and recording needs. The product's ease of use was so good that I was able to literally "plug in and play" my drums upon the first 5 minutes of my installation. This is probably the best part of the software as all it requires is a few simple audio accessories to get started. This was in my eyes becoming the best drum software on the market! ( next to EZ DRUMMER 2 )

My superior drummer setup for practicing and recording on my Roland TD11KV:

* 2015 Macbook Pro 13" 16GB ram, 1TB hard drive price ($1500)
* yes 32:54
Daily Fill #83: Drum Lessons: Levels of Musicianship https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill83/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 11 Sep 2017 10:00:53 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4326 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill83/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill83/feed/ 2 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on the first Primary Class of a Musician the "Beginner Class" with in these class falls Level 1 and Level 2 of the Musicianship Let's break down the Beginner Class. The Beginners Class: This is someone who has zero experience behind the drum set. I would recommend you seek out beginner drum lessons from an in-person private instructor or an online drum lessons instructor to help you get started. This is truly exciting because you are finally taking your first step towards learning the instrument of your dreams! There are two levels in this class. Let's break them down! Level 1: 0-2 years of playing experience You have either zero or little knowledge of the drum set but you have started taking drum lessons or purchased a drum or drum set to begin your journey. You're a blank slate, and everything you learn is exciting because you realize what was once intimidating is actually a lot of FUN! You learn your first rudiments, how to read some basic rhythms, how to hold the sticks, the history of the drum set, and you learn your first set of grooves and beats! Level 2: 1-3 years of playing experience This is an exciting level because although you are still a beginner, the concepts that you have learned so far are starting to become controlled. You are able to play certain things at will, and those concepts aren't as challenging as before. Your brain can recognize the musical patterns faster, therefore, you are learning new exercises quicker and more efficiently. You're reading more rhythms, (maybe adding 8th notes) you learn about dynamics, (Loud versus Quiet) you learn the 4 main stroke types (full, down, tap, and up), and you're learning new styles such as Rock, RnB, hiphop, pop, and maybe a shuffle or some reggae. For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download. Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in. This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Guy Juravich Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on the first Primary Class of a Musician the “Beginner Class” with in these class falls Level 1 and Level 2 of the Musicianship

Let’s break down the Beginner Class.

The Beginners Class: This is someone who has zero experience behind the drum set. I would recommend you seek out beginner drum lessons from an in-person private instructor or an online drum lessons instructor to help you get started. This is truly exciting because you are finally taking your first step towards learning the instrument of your dreams! There are two levels in this class. Let’s break them down!

Level 1: 0-2 years of playing experience

You have either zero or little knowledge of the drum set but you have started taking drum lessons or purchased a drum or drum set to begin your journey. You’re a blank slate, and everything you learn is exciting because you realize what was once intimidating is actually a lot of FUN! You learn your first rudiments, how to read some basic rhythms, how to hold the sticks, the history of the drum set, and you learn your first set of grooves and beats!

Level 2: 1-3 years of playing experience

This is an exciting level because although you are still a beginner, the concepts that you have learned so far are starting to become controlled. You are able to play certain things at will, and those concepts aren’t as challenging as before. Your brain can recognize the musical patterns faster, therefore, you are learning new exercises quicker and more efficiently. You’re reading more rhythms, (maybe adding 8th notes) you learn about dynamics, (Loud versus Quiet) you learn the 4 main stroke types (full, down, tap, and up), and you’re learning new styles such as Rock, RnB, hiphop, pop, and maybe a shuffle or some reggae.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Guy Juravich

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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]]> Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that topic is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on the first Primary Class of a Musician the "Beginner Class" with in these class falls Level 1 and Level 2 of the Musicianship

Let's break down the Beginner Class.

The Beginners Class: This is someone who has zero experience behind the drum set. I would recommend you seek out beginner drum lessons from an in-person private instructor or an online drum lessons instructor to help you get started. This is truly exciting because you are finally taking your first step towards learning the instrument of your dreams! There are two levels in this class. Let's break them down!

Level 1: 0-2 years of playing experience

You have either zero or little knowledge of the drum set but you have started taking drum lessons or purchased a drum or drum set to begin your journey. You're a blank slate, and everything you learn is exciting because you realize what was once intimidating is actually a lot of FUN! You learn your first rudiments, how to read some basic rhythms, how to hold the sticks, the history of the drum set, and you learn your first set of grooves and beats!

Level 2: 1-3 years of playing experience

This is an exciting level because although you are still a beginner, the concepts that you have learned so far are starting to become controlled. You are able to play certain things at will, and those concepts aren't as challenging as before. Your brain can recognize the musical patterns faster, therefore, you are learning new exercises quicker and more efficiently. You're reading more rhythms, (maybe adding 8th notes) you learn about dynamics, (Loud versus Quiet) you learn the 4 main stroke types (full, down, tap, and up), and you're learning new styles such as Rock, RnB, hiphop, pop, and maybe a shuffle or some reggae.

For a more detailed breakdown, I will be posting a PDF file with the last Podcast of this series that will available for download.

Remember, Each stage will be different for everyone, and over the coming weeks I will outline each Level via my drum lessons page. The outline is not to tell you what you should be learning, but what you could be learning. Again, this is a very personal guide and each level will vary for each drummer. However, by the end of this series, you should be able to write down the skills you are working on and how skillfully you perform them to determine which Level you are in.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

- Scott

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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yes 18:36 Special Hurricane relief Podcast ft. Guy Juravich https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast66/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 08 Sep 2017 16:30:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4346 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast66/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast66/feed/ 1 Welcome back to a special edition of the Drummers I Like Podcast featuring owner and founder of Spinbal, Guy Juravich! We recently had Guy on when we reviewed Spinbal on Podcast episode #58 of the show. Guy reached out to me in regards to the recent massive Hurricane Harvey and Irma that are causing destruction to Texas and Florida with intent to setup a raffle on eBay for an amazing Custom Patina Cymbal, a bottle of the Spinbal Patina Solution, a Spinbal cymbal spinner, and a SWEET Spinbal T-shirt! My entire family and basis of life is in one of the scariest zones for south Florida right now so along with them my heart goes out to everyone that has been affected by the storms in Texas, and everyone preparing for the devastation in Florida and other countries like Cuba and the Caicos islands that have already felt the serious impacts. You will get through this. About the cymbal: Guy is offering an 18" B20 Bronze crash cymbal with custom Patina and design in form of the official hurricane logo. Getting Involved: If you're interested in this cymbal and want to help with the efforts for Hurricane Harvey and Irma please click here! In closing: Thanks again to Guy over at Spinbal and a big shout out to Florida and Texas. Our hearts go out to you! Links for Spinbal Instagram Facebook Website That's it for episode 66 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. But wait...there's more!  This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome back to a special edition of the Drummers I Like Podcast featuring owner and founder of Spinbal, Guy Juravich! We recently had Guy on when we reviewed Spinbal on Podcast episode #58 of the show. Guy reached out to me in regards to the recent massive Hurricane Harvey and Irma that are causing destruction to Texas and Florida with intent to setup a raffle on eBay for an amazing Custom Patina Cymbal, a bottle of the Spinbal Patina Solution, a Spinbal cymbal spinner, and a SWEET Spinbal T-shirt!

My entire family and basis of life is in one of the scariest zones for south Florida right now so along with them my heart goes out to everyone that has been affected by the storms in Texas, and everyone preparing for the devastation in Florida and other countries like Cuba and the Caicos islands that have already felt the serious impacts. You will get through this.

About the cymbal:

Guy is offering an 18″ B20 Bronze crash cymbal with custom Patina and design in form of the official hurricane logo.

Getting Involved:

If you’re interested in this cymbal and want to help with the efforts for Hurricane Harvey and Irma please click here!

In closing:

Thanks again to Guy over at Spinbal and a big shout out to Florida and Texas. Our hearts go out to you!

Links for Spinbal

That’s it for episode 66 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait…there’s more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

]]> Welcome back to a special edition of the Drummers I Like Podcast featuring owner and founder of Spinbal, Guy Juravich! We recently had Guy on when we reviewed Spinbal on Podcast episode #58 of the show. Guy reached out to me in regards to the recent ma... Spinbal on Podcast episode #58 of the show. Guy reached out to me in regards to the recent massive Hurricane Harvey and Irma that are causing destruction to Texas and Florida with intent to setup a raffle on eBay for an amazing Custom Patina Cymbal, a bottle of the Spinbal Patina Solution, a Spinbal cymbal spinner, and a SWEET Spinbal T-shirt!

My entire family and basis of life is in one of the scariest zones for south Florida right now so along with them my heart goes out to everyone that has been affected by the storms in Texas, and everyone preparing for the devastation in Florida and other countries like Cuba and the Caicos islands that have already felt the serious impacts. You will get through this.



About the cymbal:

Guy is offering an 18" B20 Bronze crash cymbal with custom Patina and design in form of the official hurricane logo.



Getting Involved:

If you're interested in this cymbal and want to help with the efforts for Hurricane Harvey and Irma please click here!

In closing:

Thanks again to Guy over at Spinbal and a big shout out to Florida and Texas. Our hearts go out to you!
Links for Spinbal




Instagram

Facebook

Website



That's it for episode 66 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait...there's more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

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66 yes 17:20 Daily Fill #82: Just let it flow https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill82/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 06 Sep 2017 15:41:32 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4331 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill82/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill82/feed/ 3 Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford. Every Wednesday we get together to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more! On today's show, the guys take a break from the rhetoric and talk about the important things in life. Things like spiders, going to concerts, growing up in the 1980s, and the importance of taking breaks from work in order to get a nice helping of real life. We once again ask that our users leave comments below regarding different show topics you want us to cover!   - Richard Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford. Every Wednesday we get together to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!

On today’s show, the guys take a break from the rhetoric and talk about the important things in life. Things like spiders, going to concerts, growing up in the 1980s, and the importance of taking breaks from work in order to get a nice helping of real life. We once again ask that our users leave comments below regarding different show topics you want us to cover!

 

– Richard

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Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

]]> Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford. Every Wednesday we get together to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors,
Welcome to the Wednesday Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill! Every Wednesday Richard gets on the line with close friend and associate J.C. Clifford. Every Wednesday we get together to chat everything from Business, life, the great outdoors, survival, drums and more!


On today's show, the guys take a break from the rhetoric and talk about the important things in life. Things like spiders, going to concerts, growing up in the 1980s, and the importance of taking breaks from work in order to get a nice helping of real life. We once again ask that our users leave comments below regarding different show topics you want us to cover!

 

- Richard

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If you missed any of last weeks episodes you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Instagram

Facebook

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Drummers I Like LLC yes 44:44 Daily Fill 81: Do you have good Habits? https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill81/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 05 Sep 2017 10:00:35 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4318 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill81/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill81/feed/ 4 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode, we focus specifically on habits and what it takes to build a good set of strong progressive habits. This applies to playing and practicing drums, organizing your schedule, your business, your drum teaching schedule and more. I think I harp on this more than anything else but I am dead serious when I say you need to keep a daily journal that keeps track of at least your top 4 important tasks each day. Taking this regulated time every night prior to bed has been a staple in my previous 140 days of consistent daily progress. It also helps me keep a clear and concise ledger of what I am doing with my time which allows me to optimize and evaluate where I am the most successful. A few specific entrepreneurial and motivational habits that you Drummers and Go-getters can apply today: Start with a morning Regimen: I can't stress this one enough and it all starts with that first action being a 12oz glass of water which is one of the key habits of my morning success. I cram down loads of coffee each day but nothing regenerates and hydrates me like that first dousing of aqua. I suggest picking up to 9 specific actions that give you a productive and optimized morning allowing you to perform at your best all day. Pro tips: Leave out basic menial things like "walk the dog" or "feed pets". Instead, focus on healthy and thoughtful actions like stretching, yoga, drinking a healthy breakfast shake and drinking water! Track your tasks intensively: Just like I write up my morning regimen, I also write up my most important daily needs and delegate accordingly. This can be tough for the ones who want to cram as much as possible into each block but trust me... that doesn't work. I suggest you focus on tangible objectives that won't leave you feeling worn out or worse unfinished. Pro tips: Take things slow and don't overwork yourself with multiple hour long blocks. I typically do 45-60 minutes at a time with a forced break of 15-20 minutes 3-4 times a day. Consistently review yourself: This is probably the most important piece to my puzzle and an essential for growth. I do it weekly and sometimes even daily with an extremely aggressive approach. This allows me to continually search for the loose ends in my process allowing to me to tap my out productivity levels when it comes to my workload. I am always searching for a faster and more optimized way to complete important tasks and this is the force behind it. Pro tips: Keep a daily ledger of your completed and incomplete tasks so that you can review yourself. Keep track of important details that may have allowed or disallowed you to complete your daily tasks. These are just a few of the things I am doing every day to stay on top of my productivity and focus patterns and I promise they will help you. I suggest taking it slow and not pressuring yourself to obtain any orders to tall. Trust me... It took me at least 90 days to lock my morning regimen in and sometimes I still drag it out. No one is perfect... Except for Gary Vee and John Lee Dumas lol... That's it for todays episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time... - Richard Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!

On today’s episode, we focus specifically on habits and what it takes to build a good set of strong progressive habits. This applies to playing and practicing drums, organizing your schedule, your business, your drum teaching schedule and more.

I think I harp on this more than anything else but I am dead serious when I say you need to keep a daily journal that keeps track of at least your top 4 important tasks each day. Taking this regulated time every night prior to bed has been a staple in my previous 140 days of consistent daily progress. It also helps me keep a clear and concise ledger of what I am doing with my time which allows me to optimize and evaluate where I am the most successful.

A few specific entrepreneurial and motivational habits that you Drummers and Go-getters can apply today:

Start with a morning Regimen:

I can’t stress this one enough and it all starts with that first action being a 12oz glass of water which is one of the key habits of my morning success. I cram down loads of coffee each day but nothing regenerates and hydrates me like that first dousing of aqua. I suggest picking up to 9 specific actions that give you a productive and optimized morning allowing you to perform at your best all day.

Pro tips: Leave out basic menial things like “walk the dog” or “feed pets”. Instead, focus on healthy and thoughtful actions like stretching, yoga, drinking a healthy breakfast shake and drinking water!

Track your tasks intensively:

Just like I write up my morning regimen, I also write up my most important daily needs and delegate accordingly. This can be tough for the ones who want to cram as much as possible into each block but trust me… that doesn’t work. I suggest you focus on tangible objectives that won’t leave you feeling worn out or worse unfinished.

Pro tips: Take things slow and don’t overwork yourself with multiple hour long blocks. I typically do 45-60 minutes at a time with a forced break of 15-20 minutes 3-4 times a day.

Consistently review yourself:

This is probably the most important piece to my puzzle and an essential for growth. I do it weekly and sometimes even daily with an extremely aggressive approach. This allows me to continually search for the loose ends in my process allowing to me to tap my out productivity levels when it comes to my workload. I am always searching for a faster and more optimized way to complete important tasks and this is the force behind it.

Pro tips: Keep a daily ledger of your completed and incomplete tasks so that you can review yourself. Keep track of important details that may have allowed or disallowed you to complete your daily tasks.

These are just a few of the things I am doing every day to stay on top of my productivity and focus patterns and I promise they will help you. I suggest taking it slow and not pressuring yourself to obtain any orders to tall. Trust me… It took me at least 90 days to lock my morning regimen in and sometimes I still drag it out. No one is perfect…

Except for Gary Vee and John Lee Dumas lol…

That’s it for todays episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time…

– Richard

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Joe Lionetti

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more! On today's episode,
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with our Owner and founder Richard Ducat! Every Tuesday Richard gives us a dose of motivation, guidance, life hacks, marketing tips, and more!


On today's episode, we focus specifically on habits and what it takes to build a good set of strong progressive habits. This applies to playing and practicing drums, organizing your schedule, your business, your drum teaching schedule and more.

I think I harp on this more than anything else but I am dead serious when I say you need to keep a daily journal that keeps track of at least your top 4 important tasks each day. Taking this regulated time every night prior to bed has been a staple in my previous 140 days of consistent daily progress. It also helps me keep a clear and concise ledger of what I am doing with my time which allows me to optimize and evaluate where I am the most successful.

A few specific entrepreneurial and motivational habits that you Drummers and Go-getters can apply today:
Start with a morning Regimen:
I can't stress this one enough and it all starts with that first action being a 12oz glass of water which is one of the key habits of my morning success. I cram down loads of coffee each day but nothing regenerates and hydrates me like that first dousing of aqua. I suggest picking up to 9 specific actions that give you a productive and optimized morning allowing you to perform at your best all day.

Pro tips: Leave out basic menial things like "walk the dog" or "feed pets". Instead, focus on healthy and thoughtful actions like stretching, yoga, drinking a healthy breakfast shake and drinking water!
Track your tasks intensively:
Just like I write up my morning regimen, I also write up my most important daily needs and delegate accordingly. This can be tough for the ones who want to cram as much as possible into each block but trust me... that doesn't work. I suggest you focus on tangible objectives that won't leave you feeling worn out or worse unfinished.

Pro tips: Take things slow and don't overwork yourself with multiple hour long blocks. I typically do 45-60 minutes at a time with a forced break of 15-20 minutes 3-4 times a day.
Consistently review yourself:
This is probably the most important piece to my puzzle and an essential for growth. I do it weekly and sometimes even daily with an extremely aggressive approach. This allows me to continually search for the loose ends in my process allowing to me to tap my out productivity levels when it comes to my workload. I am always searching for a faster and more optimized way to complete important tasks and this is the force behind it.

Pro tips: Keep a daily ledger of your completed and incomplete tasks so that you can review yourself. Keep track of important details that may have allowed or disallowed you to complete your daily tasks.

These are just a few of the things I am doing every day to stay on top of my productivity and focus patterns and I promise they will help you. I suggest taking it slow and not pressuring yourself to obtain any orders to tall. Trust me... It took me at least 90 days to lock my morning regimen in and sometimes I still drag it out. No one is perfect...

Except for Gary Vee and John Lee Dumas lol...

That's it for todays episode of the daily fill! Want to add to the conversation? Leave a comment below and let us know what you are doing to supercharge your daily routines and keep up with important daily tasks and focus points! If you want more content like this and enjoy what I have to say drop me a line at Richard@drummersilike.com and let me know what you think! Until next time...

- Richard

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Daily Fill #80: Drum Lessons with Scott – Private Lessons https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill80/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 04 Sep 2017 10:00:22 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4237 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill80/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill80/feed/ 4 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on determining when should you start taking private drum lessons again or for the first time. So when should you? Well, for me it's a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me. So when should you? Well, for me it's a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me. So let's break down the 3 Primary Learning Stages. 1. Beginners: Someone who has zero experience. You should definitely seek out a private instructor to help you get started. 2. Intermediate: Has been playing for awhile 3 years or even 20 years at times, but still lacks the technical skill to SOUND really good. 3. Advanced: Has been diligently Practicing and Studying for a long period of time possibly up to 10 years or longer. Their SOUND is under control and they have the technical facility to learn musical ideas quickly and is technically superior to the average drummer. Each stage has different needs, and over the coming weeks, we are going to breakdown the Subclasses for each Primary Learning Stage. This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on determining when should you start taking private drum lessons again or for the first time. So when should you? Well, for me it’s a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me.

So when should you? Well, for me it’s a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me.

So let’s break down the 3 Primary Learning Stages.

1. Beginners: Someone who has zero experience. You should definitely seek out a private instructor to help you get started.

2. Intermediate: Has been playing for awhile 3 years or even 20 years at times, but still lacks the technical skill to SOUND really good.

3. Advanced: Has been diligently Practicing and Studying for a long period of time possibly up to 10 years or longer. Their SOUND is under control and they have the technical facility to learn musical ideas quickly and is technically superior to the average drummer.

Each stage has different needs, and over the coming weeks, we are going to breakdown the Subclasses for each Primary Learning Stage.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven’t thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Over the next couple of weeks,
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Over the next couple of weeks, I wanted to talk about a very subtle and introspective topic. And that is, objectively judging your technique and more importantly your Sound behind the drum set. This week we focus on determining when should you start taking private drum lessons again or for the first time. So when should you? Well, for me it's a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me.

So when should you? Well, for me it's a very simple and honest question. Can I CHOOSE how I want to SOUND to fit the needs of the music? For instance, Rock music has a different sound required than if you were playing in a Samba troupe from Brazil. If not, then I should go find someone that can teach me.

So let's break down the 3 Primary Learning Stages.

1. Beginners: Someone who has zero experience. You should definitely seek out a private instructor to help you get started.

2. Intermediate: Has been playing for awhile 3 years or even 20 years at times, but still lacks the technical skill to SOUND really good.

3. Advanced: Has been diligently Practicing and Studying for a long period of time possibly up to 10 years or longer. Their SOUND is under control and they have the technical facility to learn musical ideas quickly and is technically superior to the average drummer.

Each stage has different needs, and over the coming weeks, we are going to breakdown the Subclasses for each Primary Learning Stage.

This topic is extremely subtle, and sometimes can make you confront areas of your playing you haven't thought of before. So, just stay with me, and I guarantee you will have a new positive outlook on your Development as a drummer.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

- Scott

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Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

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Joe Lionetti - Building Blocks of a Journeyman Drummer https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast65/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 01 Sep 2017 10:00:51 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4258 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast65/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast65/feed/ 2 Today's guest is a journeyman working drummer Joe Lionetti. Most might know him as a founding member of the band Emmure and now is working with a new group call Lakeshore Joe is endorsed by Vic Firth drumsticks and Evans drumheads. About our guest: Joe started with drums at a young age and by his early 20s was touring the country with Emmure. Joe has been a journeyman in this drumming game and is now embarking out on a new project titled Lakeshore. They just dropped their EP "41" with Outerloop records on August 4th! Key points from today's podcast: Starting the Journey: Having a drumming father it was pretty early when he first found himself behind the kit. He really digs into his early years and takes us through High School and when he made the decision on being a full-time drummer! Getting plenty of experience: Joe gets into how Emmure was formed and brings us through those formative years of building a band to the success that he's seen. Joe also talks about how those years play a big role in his current mindset. Let's talk drum gear: As always we get into a talk about Joe's current gear with Lakeshore and how his setup has changed with the different genre that he's now embarking on. In closing: We had an exciting chat with Joe and we know Kevin loved talking some Steely Dan. Make sure to check out this epic edition of rapid singles too. We look forward to hearing whats next for Lakeshore and keeping up with what Joe has going on! Links for our guest: Instagram Lakeshore That's it for episode 65 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. But wait...there's more!  This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Today’s guest is a journeyman working drummer Joe Lionetti. Most might know him as a founding member of the band Emmure and now is working with a new group call Lakeshore

Joe is endorsed by Vic Firth drumsticks and Evans drumheads.

About our guest:

Joe started with drums at a young age and by his early 20s was touring the country with Emmure. Joe has been a journeyman in this drumming game and is now embarking out on a new project titled Lakeshore. They just dropped their EP “41” with Outerloop records on August 4th!

Key points from today’s podcast:

Starting the Journey: Having a drumming father it was pretty early when he first found himself behind the kit. He really digs into his early years and takes us through High School and when he made the decision on being a full-time drummer!

Getting plenty of experience: Joe gets into how Emmure was formed and brings us through those formative years of building a band to the success that he’s seen. Joe also talks about how those years play a big role in his current mindset.

Let’s talk drum gear: As always we get into a talk about Joe’s current gear with Lakeshore and how his setup has changed with the different genre that he’s now embarking on.

In closing:

We had an exciting chat with Joe and we know Kevin loved talking some Steely Dan. Make sure to check out this epic edition of rapid singles too. We look forward to hearing whats next for Lakeshore and keeping up with what Joe has going on!

Links for our guest:

Instagram

Lakeshore

That’s it for episode 65 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait…there’s more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 3 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Today's guest is a journeyman working drummer Joe Lionetti. Most might know him as a founding member of the band Emmure and now is working with a new group call Lakeshore - Joe is endorsed by Vic Firth drumsticks and Evans drumheads. -


Joe is endorsed by Vic Firth drumsticks and Evans drumheads.

About our guest:

Joe started with drums at a young age and by his early 20s was touring the country with Emmure. Joe has been a journeyman in this drumming game and is now embarking out on a new project titled Lakeshore. They just dropped their EP "41" with Outerloop records on August 4th!

Key points from today's podcast:

Starting the Journey: Having a drumming father it was pretty early when he first found himself behind the kit. He really digs into his early years and takes us through High School and when he made the decision on being a full-time drummer!

Getting plenty of experience: Joe gets into how Emmure was formed and brings us through those formative years of building a band to the success that he's seen. Joe also talks about how those years play a big role in his current mindset.

Let's talk drum gear: As always we get into a talk about Joe's current gear with Lakeshore and how his setup has changed with the different genre that he's now embarking on.

In closing:

We had an exciting chat with Joe and we know Kevin loved talking some Steely Dan. Make sure to check out this epic edition of rapid singles too. We look forward to hearing whats next for Lakeshore and keeping up with what Joe has going on!

Links for our guest:

Instagram

Lakeshore

That's it for episode 65 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

But wait...there's more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

Itunes

Google

Stitcher

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

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Daily Fill #79: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill79/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 31 Aug 2017 10:00:11 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4239 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill79/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill79/feed/ 4 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 7, Kevin rants about his first experience with the new Promark Firegrain drumsticks! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did! A few points we cover:  The look of Promark Firegrain series. "Burn Baby!" The overall feel of the sticks both finish and balance. How well they hold up to a weekend full of drumming gigs! Here's a shot of both the used sticks and a brand new pair for comparison! Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 7, Kevin rants about his first experience with the new Promark Firegrain drumsticks! Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

  • The look of Promark Firegrain series. “Burn Baby!”
  • The overall feel of the sticks both finish and balance.
  • How well they hold up to a weekend full of drumming gigs!
Here’s a shot of both the used sticks and a brand new pair for comparison!

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

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]]> WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 7,
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 7, Kevin rants about his first experience with the new Promark Firegrain drumsticks! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

* The look of Promark Firegrain series. "Burn Baby!"
* The overall feel of the sticks both finish and balance.
* How well they hold up to a weekend full of drumming gigs!

Here's a shot of both the used sticks and a brand new pair for comparison!
Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
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Drummers I Like LLC yes 13:12 Daily Fill #78: Breast Cancer Can Stick It https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill78/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 30 Aug 2017 17:34:21 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4230 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill78/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill78/feed/ 4 Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too. Today is a special episode dedicated to the Breast Cancer Can Stick It movement. We all know someone that has been affected by that punk Cancer and we wanted to dedicate today's show to the cause and everyone that has survived, lost and experienced cancer's effects in any way. We have provided a link below if you would like to contribute in any way. https://breastcancercanstickit.kindful.com/drummathon2017/drumtac-nation- On today's show Richard and J.C. catch up on last week's missed show and what the heck happened. J.C. talks heavily about the Breast Cancer Can Stick It cause and upcoming event.   Once again,  I want to thank J.C for taking the time to spend with us on Wednesdays as well as everyone that has taken the time to listen to our weekly chats! - Richard and J.C. Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you! Itunes Google Stitcher If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

Today is a special episode dedicated to the Breast Cancer Can Stick It movement. We all know someone that has been affected by that punk Cancer and we wanted to dedicate today’s show to the cause and everyone that has survived, lost and experienced cancer’s effects in any way.

We have provided a link below if you would like to contribute in any way.

https://breastcancercanstickit.kindful.com/drummathon2017/drumtac-nation-

On today’s show

  1. Richard and J.C. catch up on last week’s missed show and what the heck happened.
  2. J.C. talks heavily about the Breast Cancer Can Stick It cause and upcoming event.

 

Once again,  I want to thank J.C for taking the time to spend with us on Wednesdays as well as everyone that has taken the time to listen to our weekly chats!

– Richard and J.C.

Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

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Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of t...
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

Today is a special episode dedicated to the Breast Cancer Can Stick It movement. We all know someone that has been affected by that punk Cancer and we wanted to dedicate today's show to the cause and everyone that has survived, lost and experienced cancer's effects in any way.

We have provided a link below if you would like to contribute in any way.

https://breastcancercanstickit.kindful.com/drummathon2017/drumtac-nation-

On today's show

* Richard and J.C. catch up on last week's missed show and what the heck happened.
* J.C. talks heavily about the Breast Cancer Can Stick It cause and upcoming event.

 

Once again,  I want to thank J.C for taking the time to spend with us on Wednesdays as well as everyone that has taken the time to listen to our weekly chats!
- Richard and J.C.
Please take the time to leave a review as it helps rank our show and get it out to more listeners like you!

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Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

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Daily Fill #77: Finding your purpose https://www.drummersilike.net/df77/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 29 Aug 2017 10:00:59 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4221 https://www.drummersilike.net/df77/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df77/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about that one thing that keeps us going. DRIVE. PASSION. FOCUS. Where does it start? that's easy. It starts with a purpose and finding that life purpose might be easier then you think. Today Richard chats about his 3-day sick vacation and the stuff that's on his mind regarding his own life purpose and how he came to figure it all out. This one gets deep. On today's show: Rich talks deep on what it takes for him to stay driven and passionate We get into life purpose and how its the simple things that keep us on track I talk a little bit about our new patreon on page, Drummers I Like Pro and more. I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about that one thing that keeps us going. DRIVE. PASSION. FOCUS. Where does it start? that’s easy. It starts with a purpose and finding that life purpose might be easier then you think. Today Richard chats about his 3-day sick vacation and the stuff that’s on his mind regarding his own life purpose and how he came to figure it all out. This one gets deep.

On today’s show:

  1. Rich talks deep on what it takes for him to stay driven and passionate
  2. We get into life purpose and how its the simple things that keep us on track
  3. I talk a little bit about our new patreon on page, Drummers I Like Pro and more.

I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support

Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about that one thing that keeps us going. DRIVE. PASSION. FOCUS. Where does it start? that's easy. It starts with a purpose and finding that life purpose might be easi...
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about that one thing that keeps us going. DRIVE. PASSION. FOCUS. Where does it start? that's easy. It starts with a purpose and finding that life purpose might be easier then you think. Today Richard chats about his 3-day sick vacation and the stuff that's on his mind regarding his own life purpose and how he came to figure it all out. This one gets deep.

On today's show:

* Rich talks deep on what it takes for him to stay driven and passionate
* We get into life purpose and how its the simple things that keep us on track
* I talk a little bit about our new patreon on page, Drummers I Like Pro and more.

I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support

Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

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Daily Fill #76: Drum Lessons with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/df76/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 28 Aug 2017 10:00:16 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4212 https://www.drummersilike.net/df76/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df76/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... On Today's Drum lesson from Scott we talk about playing drums in your apartment, the do's and dont's of being a good neighbor, and how Scott makes drum lessons happen in his 1 bedroom apartment. Breaking Down Fences: Introduce yourself: Scott talks about being a drummer living in an apartment and how you can go about befriending them to help them understand why you want to pound on drums. Let them know it is your way of life, and they will be more understanding. Be presentable: Make sure you're wearing nice clothes. Don't introduce yourself wearing what you would to them gym. Dress up! Sundays Best people. At least wear jeans and a nice shirt. But if you suit up, that is even better. People will judge you based off what you are wearing. So Dress UP! Be Grateful: Make sure you let your neighbor know that you sincerely appreciate them ALLOWING you to play drums. Thank them for their time, patience, and understanding. Leave a card on their door with a small gift or something. Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

On Today’s Drum lesson from Scott we talk about playing drums in your apartment, the do’s and dont’s of being a good neighbor, and how Scott makes drum lessons happen in his 1 bedroom apartment.

Breaking Down Fences:

  1. Introduce yourself: Scott talks about being a drummer living in an apartment and how you can go about befriending them to help them understand why you want to pound on drums. Let them know it is your way of life, and they will be more understanding.
  2. Be presentable: Make sure you’re wearing nice clothes. Don’t introduce yourself wearing what you would to them gym. Dress up! Sundays Best people. At least wear jeans and a nice shirt. But if you suit up, that is even better. People will judge you based off what you are wearing. So Dress UP!
  3. Be Grateful: Make sure you let your neighbor know that you sincerely appreciate them ALLOWING you to play drums. Thank them for their time, patience, and understanding. Leave a card on their door with a small gift or something.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support

Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


On Today's Drum lesson from Scott we talk about playing drums in your apartment, the do's and dont's of being a good neighbor, and how Scott makes drum lessons happen in his 1 bedroom apartment.

Breaking Down Fences:

* Introduce yourself: Scott talks about being a drummer living in an apartment and how you can go about befriending them to help them understand why you want to pound on drums. Let them know it is your way of life, and they will be more understanding.
* Be presentable: Make sure you're wearing nice clothes. Don't introduce yourself wearing what you would to them gym. Dress up! Sundays Best people. At least wear jeans and a nice shirt. But if you suit up, that is even better. People will judge you based off what you are wearing. So Dress UP!
* Be Grateful: Make sure you let your neighbor know that you sincerely appreciate them ALLOWING you to play drums. Thank them for their time, patience, and understanding. Leave a card on their door with a small gift or something.

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

- Scott

We now have a Patreon and all of your contributions really help us to continually create our podcasts and daily content! Click here to check it out and give us your support

Join our Private Facebook group by clicking here

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Our Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Episode 64 Featuring Jonathan Ulman

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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#64: Jonathan Ulman – Diary of a Disciplined session drummer https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast64/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 25 Aug 2017 10:00:41 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4202 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast64/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast64/feed/ 2 Today's guest is 18-year session drummer and highly in demand Boston based studio drummer Jonathan Ulman. Johnathan is the definition of discipline and hard work recently being nominated for "Best new drummer for 2016" by Rhythm Magazine. Today's show digs deep into Johnathan's narrative as we listen to the man himself tell his own account of it all. Johnathan is endorsed by Zildjian, Ludwig, Vic Firth, Evans, drumtacs, West tone, Big fat snare drum About our guest: Jonathan Ulman is an internationally recognized Session Drummer and Percussionist from Boston, MA. He has been nominated for “Best New Drummer 2016′ By Rhythm Magazine and named “2016 Session Musician of the Year” by The Boston Music Awards. Jonathan has been recording and touring with artists around the world for more than 18 years and is considered the area' most in demand drummer. Key points from today's podcast: Playing the game: After his parents nagged a snare, kick, and cymbal from a neighbor they would soon find out that Jonathan would do what ever would take to get a jam session in. First sessions included his dad putting his cymbals on his dowel while his brother positioned it upright next to him mimicking a high-hat and snare setup. He would soon be fitted with a sexy ludwig kit when his parents saw how serious he was. Keeping up with the Joneses: Jonathan gives us an in-depth breakdown to how he ticks in matters of keeping the session work in, the practice time flowing, the gigs consistent, and the family first. This is important stuff as Jonathan fits an insane of amount of productive work into his day. Let's talk drum gear: Kevin gets the conversation soaring as we get deep into Jonathans setup in the studio, on tour, and at home. In closing: We truly had a blast chatting with Johnathan and we are feeling extremely inspired. How about you? Do you aspire to be a session drummer? Leave a comment for Johnathan below! But wait...there's more!  This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Links for our guest: Twitter Instagram That's it for episode 63 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring David Puckett of Music Mentors Online Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Today’s guest is 18-year session drummer and highly in demand Boston based studio drummer Jonathan Ulman. Johnathan is the definition of discipline and hard work recently being nominated for “Best new drummer for 2016” by Rhythm Magazine. Today’s show digs deep into Johnathan’s narrative as we listen to the man himself tell his own account of it all.

Johnathan is endorsed by Zildjian, Ludwig, Vic Firth, Evans, drumtacs, West tone, Big fat snare drum

About our guest:

Jonathan Ulman is an internationally recognized Session Drummer and Percussionist from Boston, MA. He has been nominated for “Best New Drummer 2016′ By Rhythm Magazine and named “2016 Session Musician of the Year” by The Boston Music Awards. Jonathan has been recording and touring with artists around the world for more than 18 years and is considered the area’ most in demand drummer.

Key points from today’s podcast:

Playing the game: After his parents nagged a snare, kick, and cymbal from a neighbor they would soon find out that Jonathan would do what ever would take to get a jam session in. First sessions included his dad putting his cymbals on his dowel while his brother positioned it upright next to him mimicking a high-hat and snare setup. He would soon be fitted with a sexy ludwig kit when his parents saw how serious he was.

Keeping up with the Joneses: Jonathan gives us an in-depth breakdown to how he ticks in matters of keeping the session work in, the practice time flowing, the gigs consistent, and the family first. This is important stuff as Jonathan fits an insane of amount of productive work into his day.

Let’s talk drum gear: Kevin gets the conversation soaring as we get deep into Jonathans setup in the studio, on tour, and at home.

In closing:

We truly had a blast chatting with Johnathan and we are feeling extremely inspired. How about you? Do you aspire to be a session drummer? Leave a comment for Johnathan below!

But wait…there’s more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Links for our guest:

Twitter

Instagram

That’s it for episode 63 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring David Puckett of Music Mentors Online

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Today's guest is 18-year session drummer and highly in demand Boston based studio drummer Jonathan Ulman. Johnathan is the definition of discipline and hard work recently being nominated for "Best new drummer for 2016" by Rhythm Magazine.


Johnathan is endorsed by Zildjian, Ludwig, Vic Firth, Evans, drumtacs, West tone, Big fat snare drum

About our guest:

Jonathan Ulman is an internationally recognized Session Drummer and Percussionist from Boston, MA. He has been nominated for “Best New Drummer 2016′ By Rhythm Magazine and named “2016 Session Musician of the Year” by The Boston Music Awards. Jonathan has been recording and touring with artists around the world for more than 18 years and is considered the area' most in demand drummer.

Key points from today's podcast:

Playing the game: After his parents nagged a snare, kick, and cymbal from a neighbor they would soon find out that Jonathan would do what ever would take to get a jam session in. First sessions included his dad putting his cymbals on his dowel while his brother positioned it upright next to him mimicking a high-hat and snare setup. He would soon be fitted with a sexy ludwig kit when his parents saw how serious he was.

Keeping up with the Joneses: Jonathan gives us an in-depth breakdown to how he ticks in matters of keeping the session work in, the practice time flowing, the gigs consistent, and the family first. This is important stuff as Jonathan fits an insane of amount of productive work into his day.

Let's talk drum gear: Kevin gets the conversation soaring as we get deep into Jonathans setup in the studio, on tour, and at home.

In closing:

We truly had a blast chatting with Johnathan and we are feeling extremely inspired. How about you? Do you aspire to be a session drummer? Leave a comment for Johnathan below!

But wait...there's more! 

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Links for our guest:

Twitter

Instagram

That's it for episode 63 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring David Puckett of Music Mentors Online

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

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Daily Fill #75: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill75/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 24 Aug 2017 10:00:27 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4162 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill75/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill75/feed/ 2 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 6, Kevin rants about one of his favorite musical groups. Steely Dan! The tracks he talks about today are off of the Aja album. Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did! A few points we cover:  A short review of our tuning episode from last week. Kevin gets into how Steely Dan has influenced him from a young age Then we talk a little about three tracks. Mainly "Ive got the News". But also "Home at last" and "Josie" as well. Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 6, Kevin rants about one of his favorite musical groups. Steely Dan! The tracks he talks about today are off of the Aja album. Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

  • A short review of our tuning episode from last week.
  • Kevin gets into how Steely Dan has influenced him from a young age
  • Then we talk a little about three tracks. Mainly “Ive got the News”. But also “Home at last” and “Josie” as well.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

Kevin’s Links 

Email

Instagram

Drummers I Like Links

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 6,
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 6, Kevin rants about one of his favorite musical groups. Steely Dan! The tracks he talks about today are off of the Aja album. Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

* A short review of our tuning episode from last week.
* Kevin gets into how Steely Dan has influenced him from a young age
* Then we talk a little about three tracks. Mainly "Ive got the News". But also "Home at last" and "Josie" as well.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Drummers I Like
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Daily Fill #74: Morning Routines https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill74/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 22 Aug 2017 10:00:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4150 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill74/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill74/feed/ 3 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my morning routine, what I do every day, how I manage to wake up at 5 am without an alarm, how I balance my companies with a family and the set of daily affirmations I tell myself to keep moving forward. On today's show: I breakdown my entire morning routine I give a few tips and tricks for waking up early I give out my favorite top 5 affirmations I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard   If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube   Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my morning routine, what I do every day, how I manage to wake up at 5 am without an alarm, how I balance my companies with a family and the set of daily affirmations I tell myself to keep moving forward.

On today’s show:

  1. I breakdown my entire morning routine
  2. I give a few tips and tricks for waking up early
  3. I give out my favorite top 5 affirmations

I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

 

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

 

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my morning routine, what I do every day, how I manage to wake up at 5 am without an alarm, how I balance my companies with a family and the set of daily affirmat...
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my morning routine, what I do every day, how I manage to wake up at 5 am without an alarm, how I balance my companies with a family and the set of daily affirmations I tell myself to keep moving forward.

On today's show:

* I breakdown my entire morning routine
* I give a few tips and tricks for waking up early
* I give out my favorite top 5 affirmations

I am super stoked to have Predator Percussion on board as an official sponsor for the Drummers I Like Podcast and in celebration of our alliance Predator is offering the deal of a lifetime! Want to learn more? Just visit Rudiment.predatorpercussion.com

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

- Richard

 

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

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Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Daily Fill #73: Drum Lessons with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill73/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 21 Aug 2017 10:00:18 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4143 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill73/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill73/feed/ 1 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: This week Scott comes at YOUR mind with an incredible jam-packed drum lesson where we talk concept, mindset, and appreciation! Topics discussed 1. Laziness, procrastinating, excuses all contribute to us not achieving what we want in our day too day lives. 2. So when someone says they're busy. What are they really telling you? Are the busy with a bunch of menial tasks or are they actually being productive? 3. Take control of your own progress behind the kit with some simple tips that Scott was reminded about today! He had a student successfully complete a test today that encompassed the student's materials over the last 3 months behind the drumset and Practice pad. I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Today’s Drum lesson from Scott:

This week Scott comes at YOUR mind with an incredible jam-packed drum lesson where we talk concept, mindset, and appreciation!

Topics discussed
1. Laziness, procrastinating, excuses all contribute to us not achieving what we want in our day too day lives.
2. So when someone says they’re busy. What are they really telling you? Are the busy with a bunch of menial tasks or are they actually being productive?
3. Take control of your own progress behind the kit with some simple tips that Scott was reminded about today! He had a student successfully complete a test today that encompassed the student’s materials over the last 3 months behind the drumset and Practice pad.

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: -
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops into give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Today's Drum lesson from Scott:

This week Scott comes at YOUR mind with an incredible jam-packed drum lesson where we talk concept, mindset, and appreciation!

Topics discussed
1. Laziness, procrastinating, excuses all contribute to us not achieving what we want in our day too day lives.
2. So when someone says they're busy. What are they really telling you? Are the busy with a bunch of menial tasks or are they actually being productive?
3. Take control of your own progress behind the kit with some simple tips that Scott was reminded about today! He had a student successfully complete a test today that encompassed the student's materials over the last 3 months behind the drumset and Practice pad.

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Get more from Scott by signing up for this month of Drummers I Like Pro and Learn More Now! No nonsense. Just results.  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Scott
If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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#63: David Puckett – Music Mentors Online https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast63/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 18 Aug 2017 10:00:04 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4086 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast63/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast63/feed/ 0 Welcome back fellow Drummers and players of the drum set! Today's guest is Drum Guru, Mentor, Coach, and Business Owner, David Puckett I am extremely excited about the subject matter of today's show because it covers everything from being an entrepreneur, running a full-time music coaching business, and managing a team to mastering the drums, respecting the discipline of practice, and learning to focus on patience. David is endorsed by Tama, Remo, Vater, Meinl, and Vratim. About our guest: David is the founder and owner of Music Mentors Online as well as the full-time drummer for the band We Came As Romans. His past acts include The Crimson Armada and For Today. David has been playing drums for over 20 years with over half that time playing in the professional realm of it hitting the road in his teens progressing as a monster player growing a giant amount of respect from his associates and fellow bandmates. Davids company Music Mentors Online is a staple of his efforts to guide and grow his students in ways that surpass the typical student/teacher relationship. This has allowed him to find a way to apply it to all his endeavors including playing drums. David is an incredible drum set player that displays a fine balance of showmanship, cut throat precision, and tasteful phrasing. Key points from today's podcast: The Hybrid Theory years: After getting his first drum set at the age of 7, David breaks down his earlier years which include his buddies smuggling Linkin Parks Hybrid Theory and Sum 41's All Killer No Filler Albums into his house. These albums would play a crucial role in his influence behind the drums and eventually guide him to a world of metal madness. The For Today Sessions: As David grew to find his musical self he would eventually find himself transition from black metal to post hardcore with the founding of his first big band The Crimson Armada. This band would go on to take him deep into the musical world where he created his biggest relationships and developed the early stages of his hard working, go-getting reputation. David eventually left TCA and took a few years off to focus on personal development. It was a phone call from an old friend named Matty that would lead to him becoming the permanent drummer for the Hardcore power house For Today. It's time to teach the masses: After an insane 4 years of successful touring and record making his band For Today decided it was time to take a permanent sabbatical leaving behind what one would call a formidable legacy. David took the down time as a way to work even harder to build Music Mentors Online into the successful business it has grown to be as it focuses to provide its students with the most interactive learning experience it can. In closing: David is truly a one of kind professional that has mastered the ability to navigate a multitude of extremely difficult waters continually grasping nothing but success. This is extremely inspiring for any drummer or business owner looking for a good perspective on what one can accomplish with a fine tuning of time, strategy, and drive. This show really helped me get through a busy and obstacle filled week so I hope you have taken notes and thought of how you can apply these principals to your drum set playing, practice and focus. But wait...there's more!  David is hooking it up with a free lesson by clicking here as well as 20% off your first month with promo code "drummersilike" at checkout! Thanks, David! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Links for our guest: Twitter Instagram That's it for episode 63 of the Drummers I like Podcast. Welcome back fellow Drummers and players of the drum set! Today’s guest is Drum Guru, Mentor, Coach, and Business Owner, David Puckett I am extremely excited about the subject matter of today’s show because it covers everything from being an entrepreneur, running a full-time music coaching business, and managing a team to mastering the drums, respecting the discipline of practice, and learning to focus on patience.

David is endorsed by Tama, Remo, Vater, Meinl, and Vratim.

About our guest:

David is the founder and owner of Music Mentors Online as well as the full-time drummer for the band We Came As Romans. His past acts include The Crimson Armada and For Today. David has been playing drums for over 20 years with over half that time playing in the professional realm of it hitting the road in his teens progressing as a monster player growing a giant amount of respect from his associates and fellow bandmates. Davids company Music Mentors Online is a staple of his efforts to guide and grow his students in ways that surpass the typical student/teacher relationship. This has allowed him to find a way to apply it to all his endeavors including playing drums. David is an incredible drum set player that displays a fine balance of showmanship, cut throat precision, and tasteful phrasing.

Key points from today’s podcast:

The Hybrid Theory years: After getting his first drum set at the age of 7, David breaks down his earlier years which include his buddies smuggling Linkin Parks Hybrid Theory and Sum 41’s All Killer No Filler Albums into his house. These albums would play a crucial role in his influence behind the drums and eventually guide him to a world of metal madness.

The For Today Sessions: As David grew to find his musical self he would eventually find himself transition from black metal to post hardcore with the founding of his first big band The Crimson Armada. This band would go on to take him deep into the musical world where he created his biggest relationships and developed the early stages of his hard working, go-getting reputation. David eventually left TCA and took a few years off to focus on personal development. It was a phone call from an old friend named Matty that would lead to him becoming the permanent drummer for the Hardcore power house For Today.

It’s time to teach the masses: After an insane 4 years of successful touring and record making his band For Today decided it was time to take a permanent sabbatical leaving behind what one would call a formidable legacy. David took the down time as a way to work even harder to build Music Mentors Online into the successful business it has grown to be as it focuses to provide its students with the most interactive learning experience it can.

In closing:

David is truly a one of kind professional that has mastered the ability to navigate a multitude of extremely difficult waters continually grasping nothing but success. This is extremely inspiring for any drummer or business owner looking for a good perspective on what one can accomplish with a fine tuning of time, strategy, and drive. This show really helped me get through a busy and obstacle filled week so I hope you have taken notes and thought of how you can apply these principals to your drum set playing, practice and focus.

But wait…there’s more! 

David is hooking it up with a free lesson by clicking here as well as 20% off your first month with promo code “drummersilike” at checkout! Thanks, David!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Links for our guest:

Twitter

Instagram

That’s it for episode 63 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann music producer and drum engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome back fellow Drummers and players of the drum set! Today's guest is Drum Guru, Mentor, Coach, and Business Owner, David Puckett I am extremely excited about the subject matter of today's show because it covers everything from being an entreprene...


David is endorsed by Tama, Remo, Vater, Meinl, and Vratim.

About our guest:

David is the founder and owner of Music Mentors Online as well as the full-time drummer for the band We Came As Romans. His past acts include The Crimson Armada and For Today. David has been playing drums for over 20 years with over half that time playing in the professional realm of it hitting the road in his teens progressing as a monster player growing a giant amount of respect from his associates and fellow bandmates. Davids company Music Mentors Online is a staple of his efforts to guide and grow his students in ways that surpass the typical student/teacher relationship. This has allowed him to find a way to apply it to all his endeavors including playing drums. David is an incredible drum set player that displays a fine balance of showmanship, cut throat precision, and tasteful phrasing.

Key points from today's podcast:

The Hybrid Theory years: After getting his first drum set at the age of 7, David breaks down his earlier years which include his buddies smuggling Linkin Parks Hybrid Theory and Sum 41's All Killer No Filler Albums into his house. These albums would play a crucial role in his influence behind the drums and eventually guide him to a world of metal madness.

The For Today Sessions: As David grew to find his musical self he would eventually find himself transition from black metal to post hardcore with the founding of his first big band The Crimson Armada. This band would go on to take him deep into the musical world where he created his biggest relationships and developed the early stages of his hard working, go-getting reputation. David eventually left TCA and took a few years off to focus on personal development. It was a phone call from an old friend named Matty that would lead to him becoming the permanent drummer for the Hardcore power house For Today.

It's time to teach the masses: After an insane 4 years of successful touring and record making his band For Today decided it was time to take a permanent sabbatical leaving behind what one would call a formidable legacy. David took the down time as a way to work even harder to build Music Mentors Online into the successful business it has grown to be as it focuses to provide its students with the most interactive learning experience it can.

In closing:

David is truly a one of kind professional that has mastered the ability to navigate a multitude of extremely difficult waters continually grasping nothing but success. This is extremely inspiring for any drummer or business owner looking for a good perspective on what one can accomplish with a fine tuning of time, strategy, and drive. This show really helped me get through a busy and obstacle filled week so I hope you have taken notes and thought of how you can apply these principals to your drum set playing, practice and focus.

But wait...there's more! 

David is hooking it up with a free lesson by clicking here as well as 20% off your first month with promo code "drummersilike" at checkout! Thanks, David!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to no...]]>
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Daily Fill #72: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill72/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 17 Aug 2017 10:00:42 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4076 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill72/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill72/feed/ 2 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 5, Kevin talks about his ideas on drum kit tuning. This topic was brought to us by our number 1 rant fan. Nate Testa!  Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did! A few points we cover:  A short review and we also get into the Drummate rudiment app You'll hear a brief breakdown on Kevin's thoughts on seating new heads and inspecting bearing edges As well as how Kevin approaches the tuning of his toms, bass, and snare drums. Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 5, Kevin talks about his ideas on drum kit tuning. This topic was brought to us by our number 1 rant fan. Nate Testa!  Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

  • A short review and we also get into the Drummate rudiment app
  • You’ll hear a brief breakdown on Kevin’s thoughts on seating new heads and inspecting bearing edges
  • As well as how Kevin approaches the tuning of his toms, bass, and snare drums.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

Kevin’s Links 

Email

Instagram

Drummers I Like Links

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Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 5,
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On episode number 5, Kevin talks about his ideas on drum kit tuning. This topic was brought to us by our number 1 rant fan. Nate Testa!  Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast. Or possibly choose the next topic for a rant like Nate did!

A few points we cover: 

* A short review and we also get into the Drummate rudiment app
* You'll hear a brief breakdown on Kevin's thoughts on seating new heads and inspecting bearing edges
* As well as how Kevin approaches the tuning of his toms, bass, and snare drums.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott Jackson is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Drummers I Like
Kevin's Links 
Email

Instagram
Drummers I Like Links
Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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Daily Fill #71: Morning Fuel with Richard and J.C. Clifford https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill71/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 16 Aug 2017 15:14:34 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4062 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill71/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill71/feed/ 4 Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too. On today's show Richard and J.C. catch up on this week's guests on the podcasts and live webinars. Richard breaks down a short review on his first time experience with Drumtacs on his new Predator Percussion Snare. We get a special guest pop in from Richard's son Everett and it rules! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard and J.C. If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Drummers I Like Lead Educator for Month 4 of PRO Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

On today’s show

  1. Richard and J.C. catch up on this week’s guests on the podcasts and live webinars.
  2. Richard breaks down a short review on his first time experience with Drumtacs on his new Predator Percussion Snare.
  3. We get a special guest pop in from Richard’s son Everett and it rules!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard and J.C.

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Drummers I Like Lead Educator for Month 4 of PRO

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of t...
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

On today's show

* Richard and J.C. catch up on this week's guests on the podcasts and live webinars.
* Richard breaks down a short review on his first time experience with Drumtacs on his new Predator Percussion Snare.
* We get a special guest pop in from Richard's son Everett and it rules!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard and J.C.
If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Drummers I Like Lead Educator for Month 4 of PRO

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #70: Stave Snare Greatness https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill70/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:02:08 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4051 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill70/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill70/feed/ 3 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my new Snare from Predator Percussion and the entire process I went through working on my first custom stave snare with the master himself Mike Martin. On today's show I give everyone a quick synopsis of my background in drums and why this experience was so amazing. I got through the entire process Mike put me through as I began to understand what goes into building a drum. I give a rough break down of my custom 7X14 Red Oak Stave Snare from Predator Percussion Mike's Special Offer Right now Mike is offering a special custom pricing for followers and listeners of today's podcast. Click here right now to visit the sales page for your chance to get a giant discount on the Rudiment Series Snares from Predator Percussion. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my new Snare from Predator Percussion and the entire process I went through working on my first custom stave snare with the master himself Mike Martin.

On today’s show

  1. I give everyone a quick synopsis of my background in drums and why this experience was so amazing.
  2. I got through the entire process Mike put me through as I began to understand what goes into building a drum.
  3. I give a rough break down of my custom 7X14 Red Oak Stave Snare from Predator Percussion

Mike’s Special Offer

Right now Mike is offering a special custom pricing for followers and listeners of today’s podcast. Click here right now to visit the sales page for your chance to get a giant discount on the Rudiment Series Snares from Predator Percussion.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my new Snare from Predator Percussion and the entire process I went through working on my first custom stave snare with the master himself Mike Martin. -
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard. Today we are chatting about my new Snare from Predator Percussion and the entire process I went through working on my first custom stave snare with the master himself Mike Martin.

On today's show

* I give everyone a quick synopsis of my background in drums and why this experience was so amazing.
* I got through the entire process Mike put me through as I began to understand what goes into building a drum.
* I give a rough break down of my custom 7X14 Red Oak Stave Snare from Predator Percussion

Mike's Special Offer
Right now Mike is offering a special custom pricing for followers and listeners of today's podcast. Click here right now to visit the sales page for your chance to get a giant discount on the Rudiment Series Snares from Predator Percussion.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #69: Drum Lessons with Scott – Carter Beauford https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill69/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 14 Aug 2017 11:48:54 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=4027 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill69/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill69/feed/ 5 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: This week we are trying to get inside the creative mind of THE CAT... Carter Beauford. Topics discussed 1. The Nostalgic feeling of studying Carter again. 2. Improvising - Feeding the soloist and how listening to Carter can teach you that. 3. Serving the Music - Listen and Study Carter to learn what is required to serve the music. Most of the time, it's not about playing fast, but sometimes that is what is needed. 4. Strive to Impress not only Great Drummers but Great Musicians. 5. $10 for Pro really?? Seriously, that is crazy. So go sign up and Get better at Drums, at Marketing, and a Strong Positive Mentality! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Today’s Drum lesson from Scott:

This week we are trying to get inside the creative mind of THE CAT… Carter Beauford.

Topics discussed
1. The Nostalgic feeling of studying Carter again.
2. Improvising – Feeding the soloist and how listening to Carter can teach you that.
3. Serving the Music – Listen and Study Carter to learn what is required to serve the music. Most of the time, it’s not about playing fast, but sometimes that is what is needed.
4. Strive to Impress not only Great Drummers but Great Musicians.
5. $10 for Pro really?? Seriously, that is crazy. So go sign up and Get better at Drums, at Marketing, and a Strong Positive Mentality!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: -
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Today's Drum lesson from Scott:

This week we are trying to get inside the creative mind of THE CAT... Carter Beauford.

Topics discussed
1. The Nostalgic feeling of studying Carter again.
2. Improvising - Feeding the soloist and how listening to Carter can teach you that.
3. Serving the Music - Listen and Study Carter to learn what is required to serve the music. Most of the time, it's not about playing fast, but sometimes that is what is needed.
4. Strive to Impress not only Great Drummers but Great Musicians.
5. $10 for Pro really?? Seriously, that is crazy. So go sign up and Get better at Drums, at Marketing, and a Strong Positive Mentality!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Scott
If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring Scott Jackson Himself

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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#62: Scott Jackson: Lead Educator at Drummers I Like https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast62/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 11 Aug 2017 10:00:22 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3987 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast62/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast62/feed/ 4 Welcome back to episode 62 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with our very own Scott Jackson. Scott is a serious cut above the rest coming with a series background on the drums that incorporates both honed teaching and an open mind towards what it would take to excel in the world of Drumming education. Scott is sponsored by Vic Firth. About our guest: An army brat with a background that spreads the entire continent, our guest Scott Jackson comes from an astute background of discipline and focus. This coupled with an extreme passion for learning everything he can about drums has produced who I would call one of of the industries up and coming educators. On today's show, we dig deep into Scott's journey as we get a full understanding of the brains behind our education sector and Month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro. Key points from today's podcast: The Kentucky Drum Chronicles: After moving through multiple states the Jackson family found a cozy home in Kentucky where Scott's older brother picked up playing the guitar. This was the spark that lit the drum fire as Scott's dad decided it was time for Pantico to jump behind the drum set. Just sit down and play: After working hard on his playing and practice, Scott took his learning to the next level when he decided to head to Cleveland to take part in a drum camp with Dafnis Prieto, Tommy Igo, Peter Erskine, Steve Smith, and Dave Weckl. What a lineup. This experience would change Scott's life entirely Let's Go Pro: After a long episode of getting to know the inner workings of Scotty Boy, we end our segment with a complete breakdown of month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and everything we can expect to see with his month of educational content! This is jam packed with valuable information for drummers looking to seriously advance their playing. In closing: It has personally been an honor to get to know and work with Scott these past few weeks so doing this show was a real treat for not only Kevin but myself as well. Scott is a great soul full of drive, passion, and potential. He has shown me the value of taking my time behind the kit and really analyze my playing. This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE Links for our guest: Facebook Youtube Twitter Instagram Website That's it for episode 61 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann music producer and drum engineer Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome back to episode 62 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with our very own Scott Jackson. Scott is a serious cut above the rest coming with a series background on the drums that incorporates both honed teaching and an open mind towards what it would take to excel in the world of Drumming education.

Scott is sponsored by Vic Firth.

About our guest:

An army brat with a background that spreads the entire continent, our guest Scott Jackson comes from an astute background of discipline and focus. This coupled with an extreme passion for learning everything he can about drums has produced who I would call one of of the industries up and coming educators. On today’s show, we dig deep into Scott’s journey as we get a full understanding of the brains behind our education sector and Month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro.

Key points from today’s podcast:

The Kentucky Drum Chronicles: After moving through multiple states the Jackson family found a cozy home in Kentucky where Scott’s older brother picked up playing the guitar. This was the spark that lit the drum fire as Scott’s dad decided it was time for Pantico to jump behind the drum set.

Just sit down and play: After working hard on his playing and practice, Scott took his learning to the next level when he decided to head to Cleveland to take part in a drum camp with Dafnis Prieto, Tommy Igo, Peter Erskine, Steve Smith, and Dave Weckl. What a lineup. This experience would change Scott’s life entirely

Let’s Go Pro: After a long episode of getting to know the inner workings of Scotty Boy, we end our segment with a complete breakdown of month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and everything we can expect to see with his month of educational content! This is jam packed with valuable information for drummers looking to seriously advance their playing.

In closing:

It has personally been an honor to get to know and work with Scott these past few weeks so doing this show was a real treat for not only Kevin but myself as well. Scott is a great soul full of drive, passion, and potential. He has shown me the value of taking my time behind the kit and really analyze my playing.

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Links for our guest:

Facebook

Youtube

Twitter

Instagram

Website

That’s it for episode 61 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann music producer and drum engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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Welcome back to episode 62 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with our very own Scott Jackson. Scott is a serious cut above the rest coming with a series background on the drums that incorporates both honed teach...


Scott is sponsored by Vic Firth.

About our guest:

An army brat with a background that spreads the entire continent, our guest Scott Jackson comes from an astute background of discipline and focus. This coupled with an extreme passion for learning everything he can about drums has produced who I would call one of of the industries up and coming educators. On today's show, we dig deep into Scott's journey as we get a full understanding of the brains behind our education sector and Month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro.

Key points from today's podcast:

The Kentucky Drum Chronicles: After moving through multiple states the Jackson family found a cozy home in Kentucky where Scott's older brother picked up playing the guitar. This was the spark that lit the drum fire as Scott's dad decided it was time for Pantico to jump behind the drum set.

Just sit down and play: After working hard on his playing and practice, Scott took his learning to the next level when he decided to head to Cleveland to take part in a drum camp with Dafnis Prieto, Tommy Igo, Peter Erskine, Steve Smith, and Dave Weckl. What a lineup. This experience would change Scott's life entirely

Let's Go Pro: After a long episode of getting to know the inner workings of Scotty Boy, we end our segment with a complete breakdown of month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and everything we can expect to see with his month of educational content! This is jam packed with valuable information for drummers looking to seriously advance their playing.

In closing:

It has personally been an honor to get to know and work with Scott these past few weeks so doing this show was a real treat for not only Kevin but myself as well. Scott is a great soul full of drive, passion, and potential. He has shown me the value of taking my time behind the kit and really analyze my playing.

This month of Drummers I Like Pro is going to be our biggest month yet. Scott is severely talented at what he does and that fact that he is dropping so much knowledge for SO little is mind blowing to not only me but the entire team here at Drummers I Like Pro! Want to get involved? Want to get a free drum lesson from Scott right now?  JUST CLICK HERE

Links for our guest:

Facebook

Youtube

Twitter

Instagram

Website

That's it for episode 61 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford and Richard

Drum Rants with Kevin

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Daily Fill #68: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill68/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 10 Aug 2017 10:00:31 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3980 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill68/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill68/feed/ 2 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On this show, Kevin has a true rant about drumming obsession! As well as a great review of our last show and an excellent email! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast! A few points we cover:  We read our friend Nates email and have a brief summary of our last rant! Have a good ole fashioned rant about the obsession of drumming! Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On this show, Kevin has a true rant about drumming obsession! As well as a great review of our last show and an excellent email! Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

  • We read our friend Nates email and have a brief summary of our last rant!
  • Have a good ole fashioned rant about the obsession of drumming!

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations…

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

Kevin’s Links 

Email

Instagram

Drummers I Like Links

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On this show, Kevin has a true rant about drumming obsession!
WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. On this show, Kevin has a true rant about drumming obsession! As well as a great review of our last show and an excellent email! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

* We read our friend Nates email and have a brief summary of our last rant!
* Have a good ole fashioned rant about the obsession of drumming!

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations...

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Drummers I Like
Kevin's Links 
Email

Instagram
Drummers I Like Links
Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube]]>
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Daily Fill #67: Morning Fuel with Bullhead Amplification https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill67/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 09 Aug 2017 15:57:08 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3974 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill67/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill67/feed/ 2 Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too. As we have built out this addition to the Drummers I Like Syndication our thoughts were to provide consistent drive and motivation by offering our insights and experiences once a week. It was when J.C. and I decided to bring on today's guest Scott Van Fossen of Bullhead Amplification that we knew we were on to something. On today's show, we sit down with the owner and founder of Bullhead Amplification Scott Van Fossen as he brings J.C. and me up to speed on his company and what they bring to the table On today's show We get the full scoop on Scott's Guitar Amplification Company Bullhead starting with the first time he and his dad built a guitar amp. Scott talks about his biggest business hurdles and how he overcame them to create a path of success for himself and Bullhead. We learn all about whats next to come from Bullhead Amplification along with a few cool stories that Scott could fit in. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard and J.C. Links for Bullhead Amplification website Instagram Facebook Twitter If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

As we have built out this addition to the Drummers I Like Syndication our thoughts were to provide consistent drive and motivation by offering our insights and experiences once a week. It was when J.C. and I decided to bring on today’s guest Scott Van Fossen of Bullhead Amplification that we knew we were on to something. On today’s show, we sit down with the owner and founder of Bullhead Amplification Scott Van Fossen as he brings J.C. and me up to speed on his company and what they bring to the table

On today’s show

  1. We get the full scoop on Scott’s Guitar Amplification Company Bullhead starting with the first time he and his dad built a guitar amp.
  2. Scott talks about his biggest business hurdles and how he overcame them to create a path of success for himself and Bullhead.
  3. We learn all about whats next to come from Bullhead Amplification along with a few cool stories that Scott could fit in.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations…

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard and J.C.

Links for Bullhead Amplification

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of t...
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like and J.C. Clifford of every company you know of in this industry ha. Wednesdays are special days because we chose today to be our business lesson focus of the week where we dig into fundamentals that drive and motivate us as not only passionate drummers but as career focused drummers too.

As we have built out this addition to the Drummers I Like Syndication our thoughts were to provide consistent drive and motivation by offering our insights and experiences once a week. It was when J.C. and I decided to bring on today's guest Scott Van Fossen of Bullhead Amplification that we knew we were on to something. On today's show, we sit down with the owner and founder of Bullhead Amplification Scott Van Fossen as he brings J.C. and me up to speed on his company and what they bring to the table

On today's show

* We get the full scoop on Scott's Guitar Amplification Company Bullhead starting with the first time he and his dad built a guitar amp.
* Scott talks about his biggest business hurdles and how he overcame them to create a path of success for himself and Bullhead.
* We learn all about whats next to come from Bullhead Amplification along with a few cool stories that Scott could fit in.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram grow is finally complete and you can click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations...

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard and J.C.
Links for Bullhead Amplification

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #66: Instagram Ninjas https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill66/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 08 Aug 2017 10:00:00 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3965 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill66/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill66/feed/ 4 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about my completion of the Instagram guide to growth, my experiences throughout the journey, and whats next for growth guides from myself! On today's show We chat about my completion of Week 4 of the Drummers I Like Guide to Instagram and my experience teaching educational material for the first time. We chat about Scott's upcoming lessons and what having him on the team has done for me regarding my playing. We announce a new winner for the facebook contest, announce future plans for contests, and give our listeners a rant on reviewing us. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about my completion of the Instagram guide to growth, my experiences throughout the journey, and whats next for growth guides from myself!

On today’s show

  1. We chat about my completion of Week 4 of the Drummers I Like Guide to Instagram and my experience teaching educational material for the first time.
  2. We chat about Scott’s upcoming lessons and what having him on the team has done for me regarding my playing.
  3. We announce a new winner for the facebook contest, announce future plans for contests, and give our listeners a rant on reviewing us.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations…

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about my completion of the Instagram guide to growth, my experiences throughout the journey,
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about my completion of the Instagram guide to growth, my experiences throughout the journey, and whats next for growth guides from myself!

On today's show

* We chat about my completion of Week 4 of the Drummers I Like Guide to Instagram and my experience teaching educational material for the first time.
* We chat about Scott's upcoming lessons and what having him on the team has done for me regarding my playing.
* We announce a new winner for the facebook contest, announce future plans for contests, and give our listeners a rant on reviewing us.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations...

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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Daily Fill #65: Drum Lessons with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill65/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 07 Aug 2017 10:00:40 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3955 https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill65/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/dailyfill65/feed/ 5 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: The news is out and everyone over here at Drummers I Like is excited for our lead educator Scott Jackson to be taking the wheel for month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro! Today on the Daily Fill we are joined by founder Richard Ducat as he chats with Scott regarding month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and what we can expect throughout this special month of Drummers I Like Pro Topics discussed 1. Scott's first week of Pro and why he chose Carter Beauford as the subject matter 2. What we can expect with his complete lesson volume featuring a focus on Paradiddles 3. A little chatter regarding the Instagram guide to growth and how Richard grew 600 followers in 4 weeks! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford Drum Rants with Kevin Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer Drummers I Like Social Media links website Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Today’s Drum lesson from Scott:

The news is out and everyone over here at Drummers I Like is excited for our lead educator Scott Jackson to be taking the wheel for month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro! Today on the Daily Fill we are joined by founder Richard Ducat as he chats with Scott regarding month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and what we can expect throughout this special month of Drummers I Like Pro

Topics discussed
1. Scott’s first week of Pro and why he chose Carter Beauford as the subject matter
2. What we can expect with his complete lesson volume featuring a focus on Paradiddles
3. A little chatter regarding the Instagram guide to growth and how Richard grew 600 followers in 4 weeks!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations…

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: -
Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...


Today's Drum lesson from Scott:

The news is out and everyone over here at Drummers I Like is excited for our lead educator Scott Jackson to be taking the wheel for month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro! Today on the Daily Fill we are joined by founder Richard Ducat as he chats with Scott regarding month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro and what we can expect throughout this special month of Drummers I Like Pro

Topics discussed
1. Scott's first week of Pro and why he chose Carter Beauford as the subject matter
2. What we can expect with his complete lesson volume featuring a focus on Paradiddles
3. A little chatter regarding the Instagram guide to growth and how Richard grew 600 followers in 4 weeks!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram grow is finally complete and you can  click here to experience it in full. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations...

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Scott
If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott's Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday's Podcast featuring TJ Hartmann, Music Producer, and Drum audio Engineer

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW]]>
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#61: TJ Hartmann – Self Made Music Producer & Drum Engineer https://www.drummersilike.net/61-tj-hartmann-self-made-music-producer-drum-engineer/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 04 Aug 2017 10:00:18 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3925 https://www.drummersilike.net/61-tj-hartmann-self-made-music-producer-drum-engineer/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/61-tj-hartmann-self-made-music-producer-drum-engineer/feed/ 6 Welcome back to episode 61 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with TJ Hartmann. TJ is a session and touring drummer with a passion and serious strength for self-producing the amazing work he does behind the drum kit. TJ is sponsored by Pearl Drums, Evans Drumheads, Innovative Percussion, Alclair In-Ear Monitors, and Audio Technica Microphones. About our guest: Hailing from the great state of Ohio, our guest TJ has a love for drums that is as pure as the driven snow. TJ started his journey at the early age of 10 when his elementary school music class gave everyone the opportunity to pick instruments. It was in this moment that his Father pivoted his life for the better when he told his son HELL NO to the trumpet, crossed it out, put drums on there and sent him back with the much-needed signature that would start the legacy that has since been created. Key points from today's podcast: Like Father, Like Son: TJ gives us a detailed journey into his childhood experience learning drums with a father that was right by his side every step of the day. In order to maintain the sense of comforting presence, TJ's father was very adamant about participating and taking every lesson with TJ. This will play a role down the road as TJ breaks down his drive, focus, and determination to succeed in the world of percussion. The Marching Years: TJ breaks down the extensive time he spent behind the snare drum as he went through the ranks. He started out in high school working with one of the best teachers right out of DCI in an experience TJ claimed was highly regarded in his school. During these years he made his way to the top and eventually graduated into drum-core. After playing for a few well-respected marching groups in the Ohio area TJ went on to become the section leader in his final year. The Long Road: After utterly walking circles around everything he put his hands on TJ decided to take his hand at CAL State Long beach for his degree in Jazz Studies. This is where things changed for TJ as he was quick to cite his knack for focusing on more playing and less reading starting to come back to bite him. He chose to take a break from Cal-State and enroll into MI where a phone call with an offer to play in an emerging band changed everything for him. The Swift Transition: TJ's time spent with the band coined him a true interest and basic understanding of studio production. He would soon take this knowledge and start to build on it over the next ten years as he took a self-guided crash course in music production. This pure passion and interest would eventually push him to create his Instagram and Youtube channels we are all so fond of today In closing: After a long journey in California, TJ would eventually head back to Ohio to build his life. He is now a married man and proud Father that has taken over 10 years to master his craft behind the kit. His many years touring and recording with the band sparked a true love and interest for music and drum production that he has turned into a focused brand putting out a new song and drum video to back it every single day. TJ is a passionate professional and someone that I personally have taken a serious interest in regarding playing the drums. Month 5 of Drummers I Like pro will be hosted by TJ and he will be taking us through his entire production process as he teaches us how to put together a high-quality product from the luxury of our own homes. I personally will be spending a lot of time working through that month as I start to upgrade my own home studio via his guidance and direction! Links for our guest: Facebook Youtube Twitter Instagram Website That's it for episode 61 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson. If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link an... Welcome back to episode 61 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with TJ Hartmann. TJ is a session and touring drummer with a passion and serious strength for self-producing the amazing work he does behind the drum kit.

TJ is sponsored by Pearl Drums, Evans Drumheads, Innovative Percussion, Alclair In-Ear Monitors, and Audio Technica Microphones.

About our guest:

Hailing from the great state of Ohio, our guest TJ has a love for drums that is as pure as the driven snow. TJ started his journey at the early age of 10 when his elementary school music class gave everyone the opportunity to pick instruments. It was in this moment that his Father pivoted his life for the better when he told his son HELL NO to the trumpet, crossed it out, put drums on there and sent him back with the much-needed signature that would start the legacy that has since been created.

Key points from today’s podcast:

Like Father, Like Son: TJ gives us a detailed journey into his childhood experience learning drums with a father that was right by his side every step of the day. In order to maintain the sense of comforting presence, TJ’s father was very adamant about participating and taking every lesson with TJ. This will play a role down the road as TJ breaks down his drive, focus, and determination to succeed in the world of percussion.

The Marching Years: TJ breaks down the extensive time he spent behind the snare drum as he went through the ranks. He started out in high school working with one of the best teachers right out of DCI in an experience TJ claimed was highly regarded in his school. During these years he made his way to the top and eventually graduated into drum-core. After playing for a few well-respected marching groups in the Ohio area TJ went on to become the section leader in his final year.

The Long Road: After utterly walking circles around everything he put his hands on TJ decided to take his hand at CAL State Long beach for his degree in Jazz Studies. This is where things changed for TJ as he was quick to cite his knack for focusing on more playing and less reading starting to come back to bite him. He chose to take a break from Cal-State and enroll into MI where a phone call with an offer to play in an emerging band changed everything for him.

The Swift Transition: TJ’s time spent with the band coined him a true interest and basic understanding of studio production. He would soon take this knowledge and start to build on it over the next ten years as he took a self-guided crash course in music production. This pure passion and interest would eventually push him to create his Instagram and Youtube channels we are all so fond of today

In closing:

After a long journey in California, TJ would eventually head back to Ohio to build his life. He is now a married man and proud Father that has taken over 10 years to master his craft behind the kit. His many years touring and recording with the band sparked a true love and interest for music and drum production that he has turned into a focused brand putting out a new song and drum video to back it every single day. TJ is a passionate professional and someone that I personally have taken a serious interest in regarding playing the drums.

Month 5 of Drummers I Like pro will be hosted by TJ and he will be taking us through his entire production process as he teaches us how to put together a high-quality product from the luxury of our own homes. I personally will be spending a lot of time working through that month as I start to upgrade my own home studio via his guidance and direction!

Links for our guest:

Facebook

Youtube

Twitter

Instagram

Website

That’s it for episode 61 of the Drummers I like Podcast. We will be back Monday with another episode of the Daily Fill featuring a new Drum Lesson from our head educator Scott Jackson.

If you missed any of this weeks episode you can catch a quick link any of the episode below

Scott’s Drum Lesson on Paradiddles

Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Morning fuel with J.C. Clifford

Drum Rants with Kevin

Last Friday’s Podcast featuring Matt Halpern of GetGood drums and Periphery

Drummers I Like Social Media links

website

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

Drummers I Like Pro week 4 session 2 is live and this is the final session! I am extending our free 2-day trial over into the weekend and closing the doors this Sunday at midnight PST! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP NOW

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Welcome back to episode 61 of the Drummers I Like Podcast. This week we have the pleasure of chatting with TJ Hartmann. TJ is a session and touring drummer with a passion and serious strength for self-producing the amazing work he does behind the drum ...


TJ is sponsored by Pearl Drums, Evans Drumheads, Innovative Percussion, Alclair In-Ear Monitors, and Audio Technica Microphones.

About our guest:

Hailing from the great state of Ohio, our guest TJ has a love for drums that is as pure as the driven snow. TJ started his journey at the early age of 10 when his elementary school music class gave everyone the opportunity to pick instruments. It was in this moment that his Father pivoted his life for the better when he told his son HELL NO to the trumpet, crossed it out, put drums on there and sent him back with the much-needed signature that would start the legacy that has since been created.

Key points from today's podcast:

Like Father, Like Son: TJ gives us a detailed journey into his childhood experience learning drums with a father that was right by his side every step of the day. In order to maintain the sense of comforting presence, TJ's father was very adamant about participating and taking every lesson with TJ. This will play a role down the road as TJ breaks down his drive, focus, and determination to succeed in the world of percussion.

The Marching Years: TJ breaks down the extensive time he spent behind the snare drum as he went through the ranks. He started out in high school working with one of the best teachers right out of DCI in an experience TJ claimed was highly regarded in his school. During these years he made his way to the top and eventually graduated into drum-core. After playing for a few well-respected marching groups in the Ohio area TJ went on to become the section leader in his final year.

The Long Road: After utterly walking circles around everything he put his hands on TJ decided to take his hand at CAL State Long beach for his degree in Jazz Studies. This is where things changed for TJ as he was quick to cite his knack for focusing on more playing and less reading starting to come back to bite him. He chose to take a break from Cal-State and enroll into MI where a phone call with an offer to play in an emerging band changed everything for him.

The Swift Transition: TJ's time spent with the band coined him a true interest and basic understanding of studio production. He would soon take this knowledge and start to build on it over the next ten years as he took a self-guided crash course in music production. This pure passion and interest would eventually push him to create his Instagram and Youtube channels we are all so fond of today

In closing:

After a long journey in California, TJ would eventually head back to Ohio to build his life. He is now a married man and proud Father that has taken over 10 years to master his craft behind the kit. His many years touring and recording with the band sparked a true love and interest for music and drum production that he has turned into a focused brand putting out a new song and drum video to back it every single day. TJ is a passionate professional and someone that I personally have taken a serious interest in regarding playing the drums.

Month 5 of Drummers I Like pro will be hosted by TJ and he will be taking us through his entire production process as he teaches us how to put together a high-quality product from the luxury of our own homes. I personally will be spending a lot of time working through that month as I start to upgrade my own home studio via his guidance and direction!

Links for our guest:

Facebook

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Daily Fill #64: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/df64/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 03 Aug 2017 10:00:32 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3915 https://www.drummersilike.net/df64/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/df64/feed/ 5 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about warming up especially with paradiddles! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast! A few points we cover:  The importance of warming up in general. Outlines a paradiddle warm-up exercise that you can try! Reviews how you can use the Pro Metronome app to help build a consistent warm up routine. Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Kevin's Links  Email Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube

WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we’ll be talking about warming up especially with paradiddles! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

  • The importance of warming up in general.
  • Outlines a paradiddle warm-up exercise that you can try!
  • Reviews how you can use the Pro Metronome app to help build a consistent warm up routine.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

Kevin’s Links 

Email

Instagram

Drummers I Like Links

Instagram

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube

]]> WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about warming up especially with parad... WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about warming up especially with paradiddles! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

* The importance of warming up in general.
* Outlines a paradiddle warm-up exercise that you can try!
* Reviews how you can use the Pro Metronome app to help build a consistent warm up routine.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Drummers I Like
Kevin's Links 
Email

Instagram
Drummers I Like Links
Instagram

Facebook

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Drummers I Like LLC yes 14:28 Daily Fill #63: Morning Fuel with J.C. Clifford https://www.drummersilike.net/df63/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 02 Aug 2017 04:08:30 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3833 https://www.drummersilike.net/df63/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/df63/feed/ 6 Welcome to the Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!! What's going on today? J.C. and Rich catch up this week and chat about getting sleep and how important those 7,8, or 9 hours of sleep really are. A few points We cover:  We chat sleep deprivation for drummers and business owners and how it can affect your day-to-day We chat about sleep investment and how it compares to buying a new car. We talk about some changes coming to our show every Wednesday. I battle sleep deprivation every day and just talking about it was enlightening for me to say the least. Make sure you are taking notes today! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves you! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!!

What’s going on today?

J.C. and Rich catch up this week and chat about getting sleep and how important those 7,8, or 9 hours of sleep really are.

A few points We cover: 

  • We chat sleep deprivation for drummers and business owners and how it can affect your day-to-day
  • We chat about sleep investment and how it compares to buying a new car.
  • We talk about some changes coming to our show every Wednesday.

I battle sleep deprivation every day and just talking about it was enlightening for me to say the least. Make sure you are taking notes today!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves you!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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Welcome to the Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!! - What's going on today? J.C. and Rich catch up this week and chat about getting sleep and how important thos... Welcome to the Morning Fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!!

What's going on today?
J.C. and Rich catch up this week and chat about getting sleep and how important those 7,8, or 9 hours of sleep really are.

A few points We cover: 

* We chat sleep deprivation for drummers and business owners and how it can affect your day-to-day
* We chat about sleep investment and how it compares to buying a new car.
* We talk about some changes coming to our show every Wednesday.

I battle sleep deprivation every day and just talking about it was enlightening for me to say the least. Make sure you are taking notes today!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves you!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #62: Document yourself https://www.drummersilike.net/df62/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 01 Aug 2017 10:00:38 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3818 https://www.drummersilike.net/df62/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/df62/feed/ 3 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 4 of the Instagram guide to growth! On today's show We chat about week 4 of The Drummers Guide to Instagram growth that focuses on documentation, growth hacks and optimizing your efforts. We chat a little bit about whats going on at camp Drummers I Like regarding the new podcasts, Scott's drum lessons and what to expect during month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro We talk about this week's guest, the Facebook contests, the facebook group, and why you need to leave a review right now. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 4 of the Instagram guide to growth!

On today’s show

  1. We chat about week 4 of The Drummers Guide to Instagram growth that focuses on documentation, growth hacks and optimizing your efforts.
  2. We chat a little bit about whats going on at camp Drummers I Like regarding the new podcasts, Scott’s drum lessons and what to expect during month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro
  3. We talk about this week’s guest, the Facebook contests, the facebook group, and why you need to leave a review right now.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 4 of the Instagram guide to growth! - On today's show We chat about week 4 of The Drummers Guide to Instagram growth ...
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 4 of the Instagram guide to growth!

On today's show

* We chat about week 4 of The Drummers Guide to Instagram growth that focuses on documentation, growth hacks and optimizing your efforts.
* We chat a little bit about whats going on at camp Drummers I Like regarding the new podcasts, Scott's drum lessons and what to expect during month 4 of Drummers I Like Pro
* We talk about this week's guest, the Facebook contests, the facebook group, and why you need to leave a review right now.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #61: Paradiddles – Drum Lessons with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/df61/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 31 Jul 2017 13:04:42 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3802 https://www.drummersilike.net/df61/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/df61/feed/ 2 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: This week we are focusing on one of the most beneficial rudiments on the Drumset. PARADIDDLES! They are highly adaptable, build your control, technique, and can rapidly expand your vocabulary on the drums. Topics discussed 1. Intro to a Secret Weapon the Pro's use 2. How the Paradiddle helps us unlock that secret. 3. Instagram Lesson Of the Week 4. Exciting Announcement and Details of the Announcement! I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Today’s Drum lesson from Scott:

This week we are focusing on one of the most beneficial rudiments on the Drumset.
PARADIDDLES! They are highly adaptable, build your control, technique, and can rapidly expand your vocabulary on the drums.

Topics discussed
1. Intro to a Secret Weapon the Pro’s use
2. How the Paradiddle helps us unlock that secret.
3. Instagram Lesson Of the Week
4. Exciting Announcement and Details of the Announcement!

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... - Today's Drum lesson from Scott: Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...

Today's Drum lesson from Scott:
This week we are focusing on one of the most beneficial rudiments on the Drumset.
PARADIDDLES! They are highly adaptable, build your control, technique, and can rapidly expand your vocabulary on the drums.

Topics discussed
1. Intro to a Secret Weapon the Pro's use
2. How the Paradiddle helps us unlock that secret.
3. Instagram Lesson Of the Week
4. Exciting Announcement and Details of the Announcement!



I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Scott
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Matt Halpern of GetGood Drums: Drummers I Like Podcast #60 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast60/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 28 Jul 2017 10:00:14 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3784 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast60/#comments https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast60/feed/ 1

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Daily Fill #60: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/df60/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 27 Jul 2017 10:00:12 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3776 https://www.drummersilike.net/df60/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df60/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about live stage gear! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast! A few points we cover:  Kevin talks about his in-ear wireless setup. Chats about the drum mics he's using. Also, goes over the value of his new iPad mini 2 to his live stage equipment list. Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Drummers I Like Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube

WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we’ll be talking about live stage gear! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don’t forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

  • Kevin talks about his in-ear wireless setup.
  • Chats about the drum mics he’s using.
  • Also, goes over the value of his new iPad mini 2 to his live stage equipment list.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don’t hesitate to reach out!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Drummers I Like

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about live stage gear! WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today Kevin is back with another one of his rants. This time we'll be talking about live stage gear! Make sure to listen as we review last weeks show and get things started! Don't forget to reach out to Kevin for a chance to have your input shared on the next podcast!

A few points we cover: 

* Kevin talks about his in-ear wireless setup.
* Chats about the drum mics he's using.
* Also, goes over the value of his new iPad mini 2 to his live stage equipment list.

Thanks again for listening to the rant make sure to contact Kevin at kevin@drummersilike.com or on his personal Instagram page @kmc_drums. We review last weeks show in every episode and feature input from you listeners. So don't hesitate to reach out!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Drummers I Like
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Daily Fill #59: Morning Fuel with J.C. Clifford https://www.drummersilike.net/morning-fuel-with-j-c-and-rich-the-daily-fill-59/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 26 Jul 2017 14:26:38 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3771 https://www.drummersilike.net/morning-fuel-with-j-c-and-rich-the-daily-fill-59/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/morning-fuel-with-j-c-and-rich-the-daily-fill-59/feed/ 0 Welcome to the morning fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!! What's going on today? J.C. and Rich catch up from a long week of conventions, events, and workload... A few points We cover:  J.C. hints about his upcoming evening hanging out backstage with Ray Luzier of Korn at the Summer of Serenity tour. We catch up on life values and why you should learn to shut off. We chat on what it means to turn off sometimes.... even if you're Richard and work 90 hours a week by choice. J.C. has become like a second Dad to me and the friendship that has evolved from this meeting of the minds has turned into something far greater than I expected. Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves you! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the morning fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!!

What’s going on today?

J.C. and Rich catch up from a long week of conventions, events, and workload…

A few points We cover: 

  • J.C. hints about his upcoming evening hanging out backstage with Ray Luzier of Korn at the Summer of Serenity tour.
  • We catch up on life values and why you should learn to shut off.
  • We chat on what it means to turn off sometimes…. even if you’re Richard and work 90 hours a week by choice.

J.C. has become like a second Dad to me and the friendship that has evolved from this meeting of the minds has turned into something far greater than I expected.

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves you!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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Welcome to the morning fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!! - What's going on today? J.C. and Rich catch up from a long week of conventions, events, and workload... - Welcome to the morning fuel edition of the Daily Fill Podcast where I sit down with J.C. from Drumtacs and chat music, business, and drums!!

What's going on today?
J.C. and Rich catch up from a long week of conventions, events, and workload...

A few points We cover: 

* J.C. hints about his upcoming evening hanging out backstage with Ray Luzier of Korn at the Summer of Serenity tour.
* We catch up on life values and why you should learn to shut off.
* We chat on what it means to turn off sometimes.... even if you're Richard and work 90 hours a week by choice.

J.C. has become like a second Dad to me and the friendship that has evolved from this meeting of the minds has turned into something far greater than I expected.

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves you!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #58: Right Jab, Collab, and win! https://www.drummersilike.net/right-jab-collab-and-win-the-daily-fill-58/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 25 Jul 2017 10:00:48 +0000 https://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3731 https://www.drummersilike.net/right-jab-collab-and-win-the-daily-fill-58/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/right-jab-collab-and-win-the-daily-fill-58/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 3 of the Instagram guide to growth! On today's show We chat about this weeks portion of The Drummers Guide guide to Instagram growth that focuses on collaboration and networking. We get into how you can CLICK HERE to get a free 2-day trial and enjoy his new simple sign up form that doesn't send you off to PayPal! We talk specifically about the new line up of shows coming from Drummers I Like every week and what you can expect going forward!   That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 3 of the Instagram guide to growth!

On today’s show

  1. We chat about this weeks portion of The Drummers Guide guide to Instagram growth that focuses on collaboration and networking.
  2. We get into how you can CLICK HERE to get a free 2-day trial and enjoy his new simple sign up form that doesn’t send you off to PayPal!
  3. We talk specifically about the new line up of shows coming from Drummers I Like every week and what you can expect going forward!

 

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 3 of the Instagram guide to growth! - On today's show We chat about this weeks portion of The Drummers Guide guide to... Welcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Fill with Richard Ducat Founder of Drummers I Like. Today we are chatting about week 3 of the Instagram guide to growth!

On today's show

* We chat about this weeks portion of The Drummers Guide guide to Instagram growth that focuses on collaboration and networking.
* We get into how you can CLICK HERE to get a free 2-day trial and enjoy his new simple sign up form that doesn't send you off to PayPal!
* We talk specifically about the new line up of shows coming from Drummers I Like every week and what you can expect going forward!

 

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #57: Drum Lessons with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/df57-4/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 24 Jul 2017 10:00:05 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3705 https://www.drummersilike.net/df57-4/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df57-4/feed/ 0 Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... Today's Drum lesson from Scott: So, "Tricky" it is! I got obsessed with Benny Greb's new song and started transcribing the solo from it. He does this cool flurry of notes RRL between the cymbal stack and floor tom. Again, I'm using the Lowest Common Denominator idea. This is a fragment of a six stroke roll, so if you have that in your vocabulary already this will be Very easy to add into your playing. If not, it is still really easy because it aligns with DownBeats! No crazy Syncopation, although you could if you want to, but just a fun sticking pattern with an exciting Orchestration. I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Scott Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let’s get started…

Today’s Drum lesson from Scott:

So, “Tricky” it is! I got obsessed with Benny Greb’s new song and started transcribing the solo from it. He does this cool flurry of notes RRL between the cymbal stack and floor tom. Again, I’m using the Lowest Common Denominator idea.

This is a fragment of a six stroke roll, so if you have that in your vocabulary already this will be Very easy to add into your playing.

If not, it is still really easy because it aligns with DownBeats! No crazy Syncopation, although you could if you want to, but just a fun sticking pattern with an exciting Orchestration.

I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Scott

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Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started... - Today's Drum lesson from Scott: So, Welcome to the Monday edition of the Daily Fill with our lead educator Scott Jackson! Every Monday Scott drops in to give us a quick drum lesson that we can apply to our playing right now! Let's get started...

Today's Drum lesson from Scott:
So, "Tricky" it is! I got obsessed with Benny Greb's new song and started transcribing the solo from it. He does this cool flurry of notes RRL between the cymbal stack and floor tom. Again, I'm using the Lowest Common Denominator idea.
This is a fragment of a six stroke roll, so if you have that in your vocabulary already this will be Very easy to add into your playing.
If not, it is still really easy because it aligns with DownBeats! No crazy Syncopation, although you could if you want to, but just a fun sticking pattern with an exciting Orchestration.



I hope this helps you in your practice.Thanks for watching and Go Practice!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Scott
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Alex Andrews of BeatMirror: Drummers I Like Podcast #59 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast59/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 21 Jul 2017 03:00:33 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3693 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast59/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast59/feed/ 0

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Daily Fill #56: Kevin’s Drum Rants https://www.drummersilike.net/df56/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:00:43 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3685 https://www.drummersilike.net/df56/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df56/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today we have a special treat! The first solo podcast from my friend and co-host of the Drummers I Like Podcast. Kevin! Our first topic is cymbals and Kevin has a lot to rant about! A few points we cover:  Kevin talks about his latest cymbal purchase. He goes over cymbal placement and technique Spends some time covering cymbal polishing and cleaning as well I've been after Kevin for a while to get a solo show together for our Daily Fills and we're glad to welcome him! We look forward to much more to come. Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode! - Kevin Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE KEVIN’S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI

What’s going on today?

Today we have a special treat! The first solo podcast from my friend and co-host of the Drummers I Like Podcast. Kevin! Our first topic is cymbals and Kevin has a lot to rant about!

A few points we cover: 

  • Kevin talks about his latest cymbal purchase.
  • He goes over cymbal placement and technique
  • Spends some time covering cymbal polishing and cleaning as well

I’ve been after Kevin for a while to get a solo show together for our Daily Fills and we’re glad to welcome him! We look forward to much more to come.

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Kevin

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WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI What's going on today? Today we have a special treat! The first solo podcast from my friend and co-host of the Drummers I Like Podcast. WELCOME TO THE KEVIN'S RANTS EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR OTHER BEARDED PODCAST HOST MR. KEVIN CIARLELLI
What's going on today?
Today we have a special treat! The first solo podcast from my friend and co-host of the Drummers I Like Podcast. Kevin! Our first topic is cymbals and Kevin has a lot to rant about!

A few points we cover: 

* Kevin talks about his latest cymbal purchase.
* He goes over cymbal placement and technique
* Spends some time covering cymbal polishing and cleaning as well

I've been after Kevin for a while to get a solo show together for our Daily Fills and we're glad to welcome him! We look forward to much more to come.

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to Instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Kevin
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Daily Fill #55: Morning Fuel – Return from N.A.M.M. https://www.drummersilike.net/df55/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:02:12 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3671 https://www.drummersilike.net/df55/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df55/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND ARCH NEMESIS TO SAINT NICK... MR. J.C. CLIFFORD What's going on today? J.C. is back from NAMM and after an awesome time hanging out with BULLHEAD AMPLIFICATION we chat about the experience and who our winner for the free month of pro is! Tune in!!! A few points We cover:  J.C.'s grind and how he took Bullhead's Instagram following up over 600+ new follows. Some cool details regarding summer NAMM WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS... as usual :D I always love our chats and continually look forward to next week's new chat! Leave a comment below and let us know what you think about the show with J.C. and I! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND ARCH NEMESIS TO SAINT NICK… MR. J.C. CLIFFORD

What’s going on today?

J.C. is back from NAMM and after an awesome time hanging out with BULLHEAD AMPLIFICATION we chat about the experience and who our winner for the free month of pro is! Tune in!!!

A few points We cover: 

  • J.C.’s grind and how he took Bullhead’s Instagram following up over 600+ new follows.
  • Some cool details regarding summer NAMM
  • WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS… as usual 😀

I always love our chats and continually look forward to next week’s new chat! Leave a comment below and let us know what you think about the show with J.C. and I!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND ARCH NEMESIS TO SAINT NICK... MR. J.C. CLIFFORD - What's going on today? J.C. is back from NAMM and after an awesome time hanging out with BULLHEAD AMPLIFICATION we chat... WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND ARCH NEMESIS TO SAINT NICK... MR. J.C. CLIFFORD

What's going on today?
J.C. is back from NAMM and after an awesome time hanging out with BULLHEAD AMPLIFICATION we chat about the experience and who our winner for the free month of pro is! Tune in!!!

A few points We cover: 

* J.C.'s grind and how he took Bullhead's Instagram following up over 600+ new follows.
* Some cool details regarding summer NAMM
* WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS... as usual :D

I always love our chats and continually look forward to next week's new chat! Leave a comment below and let us know what you think about the show with J.C. and I!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free two-day trial. Just click here.Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #54: Social (at)Traction https://www.drummersilike.net/df54/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 18 Jul 2017 10:00:44 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3664 https://www.drummersilike.net/df54/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df54/feed/ 0 Good Morning, Drumtrepreneurs!  What's going on today? After a grueling day of server updates and a complete transfer of our backend database.... I am slammed... This change over has advantages though. We are now a secured website. I spent this entire episode chatting about that and of course the new week of Drummers I Like's Guide to Instagram growth for drummers. The free week is over but I'm keeping it real with a free two-day trial for EVERYONE! No codes, no BS, just two free days! Click here and choose thy destiny A few points We cover:  The advantages and disadvantages of being a web guy. The freshness that is our new dedicated server. I talk all about that pro life son...or daughter? idk... SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!! That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Ducat Follow Richard on Instagram Follow Scott on Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Good Morning, Drumtrepreneurs! 

What’s going on today?

After a grueling day of server updates and a complete transfer of our backend database…. I am slammed… This change over has advantages though. We are now a secured website. I spent this entire episode chatting about that and of course the new week of Drummers I Like’s Guide to Instagram growth for drummers.

The free week is over but I’m keeping it real with a free two-day trial for EVERYONE!

No codes, no BS, just two free days! Click here and choose thy destiny

A few points We cover: 

  • The advantages and disadvantages of being a web guy.
  • The freshness that is our new dedicated server.
  • I talk all about that pro life son…or daughter? idk…

SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!

That’s it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard Ducat

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Good Morning, Drumtrepreneurs!  What's going on today? After a grueling day of server updates and a complete transfer of our backend database.... I am slammed... This change over has advantages though. We are now a secured website. Good Morning, Drumtrepreneurs! 
What's going on today?
After a grueling day of server updates and a complete transfer of our backend database.... I am slammed... This change over has advantages though. We are now a secured website. I spent this entire episode chatting about that and of course the new week of Drummers I Like's Guide to Instagram growth for drummers.

The free week is over but I'm keeping it real with a free two-day trial for EVERYONE!

No codes, no BS, just two free days! Click here and choose thy destiny

A few points We cover: 

* The advantages and disadvantages of being a web guy.
* The freshness that is our new dedicated server.
* I talk all about that pro life son...or daughter? idk...

SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!

That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard Ducat
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Daily Fill #53: Hack your favorite drummers with Scott https://www.drummersilike.net/df53/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:00:06 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3658 https://www.drummersilike.net/df53/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df53/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #53 What's going on today? Our lead educator and latest team member over here at Drummers I Like joins us to drop some knowledge on this week's drum lessons and what you can expect to learn on the drum kit... We also chat a little bit about Scott, his background, his lesson on Eric Moore's licks last week, and more! Don't forget... We are giving away a FREE WEEK OF PRO JUST CLICK HERE REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" AT CHECKOUT A few points We cover:  The art of playing slow and why focusing on the details matter so much. Scott's background and how he became the fantastic educator he is today. More pro love... COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!! That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Ducat Follow Richard on Instagram Follow Scott on Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #53

What’s going on today?

Our lead educator and latest team member over here at Drummers I Like joins us to drop some knowledge on this week’s drum lessons and what you can expect to learn on the drum kit… We also chat a little bit about Scott, his background, his lesson on Eric Moore’s licks last week, and more!

Don’t forget… We are giving away a FREE WEEK OF PRO JUST CLICK HERE

REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE “INSTAGRAM” AT CHECKOUT

A few points We cover: 

  • The art of playing slow and why focusing on the details matter so much.
  • Scott’s background and how he became the fantastic educator he is today.
  • More pro love… COUPON CODE “INSTAGRAM”

SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!

That’s it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard Ducat

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Follow Scott on Instagram

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WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #53 What's going on today? Our lead educator and latest team member over here at Drummers I Like joins us to drop some knowledge on this week's drum lessons and what you can expect to learn on the drum kit... WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #53
What's going on today?
Our lead educator and latest team member over here at Drummers I Like joins us to drop some knowledge on this week's drum lessons and what you can expect to learn on the drum kit... We also chat a little bit about Scott, his background, his lesson on Eric Moore's licks last week, and more!

Don't forget... We are giving away a FREE WEEK OF PRO JUST CLICK HERE

REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" AT CHECKOUT

A few points We cover: 

* The art of playing slow and why focusing on the details matter so much.
* Scott's background and how he became the fantastic educator he is today.
* More pro love... COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM"

SIGN UP RIGHT HERE BABY!!! YOU KNOW YOU WANT IT!!

That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard Ducat
Follow Richard on Instagram

Follow Scott on Instagram
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Guy Juravich of Spinbal – Drummers I Like Podcast #58 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast58/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 14 Jul 2017 09:29:12 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3632 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast58/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast58/feed/ 0

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Daily Fill #52: Community, Community https://www.drummersilike.net/community-community-the-daily-fill-52/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 13 Jul 2017 10:00:59 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3623 https://www.drummersilike.net/community-community-the-daily-fill-52/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/community-community-the-daily-fill-52/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #52 What's going on today? We keep it short today as I plug a couple things included are sweet FREE WEEK OF PRO and my experience on the DrumGab podcast that went live yesterday. I also talk a little bit about community and what I think you should do with your free time today. AKA TAKE HOMEWORK! REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" AT CHECKOUT A few points We cover:  The Drumgab experience The importance of relationship building and being there for one another in the drum community and all aspects of life. More pro love... COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one) That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Ducat Follow Richard on Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #52

What’s going on today?

We keep it short today as I plug a couple things included are sweet FREE WEEK OF PRO and my experience on the DrumGab podcast that went live yesterday. I also talk a little bit about community and what I think you should do with your free time today. AKA TAKE HOMEWORK!

REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE “INSTAGRAM” AT CHECKOUT

A few points We cover: 

  • The Drumgab experience
  • The importance of relationship building and being there for one another in the drum community and all aspects of life.
  • More pro love… COUPON CODE “INSTAGRAM”

SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one)

That’s it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard Ducat

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WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #52 What's going on today? We keep it short today as I plug a couple things included are sweet FREE WEEK OF PRO and my experience on the DrumGab podcast that went live yesterday. WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #52
What's going on today?
We keep it short today as I plug a couple things included are sweet FREE WEEK OF PRO and my experience on the DrumGab podcast that went live yesterday. I also talk a little bit about community and what I think you should do with your free time today. AKA TAKE HOMEWORK!

REMEMBER TO USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM" AT CHECKOUT

A few points We cover: 

* The Drumgab experience
* The importance of relationship building and being there for one another in the drum community and all aspects of life.
* More pro love... COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM"

SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one)

That's it for today drummers! Let us get crunk on Instagram this week!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard Ducat
Follow Richard on Instagram
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Drummers I Like LLC yes 11:28
Daily Fill #51: Morning Fuel – Updates from NAMM https://www.drummersilike.net/df51-2/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:00:20 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3618 https://www.drummersilike.net/df51-2/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df51-2/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND BEARDED CRUSADER J.C. CLIFFORD What's going on today? J.C. is out at Summer NAMM is Nashville working closely with Bullhead Amplification and having a blast so Rich took the time to get some updates on his time, what we can expect this week and of course all the cool details in between. A few points We cover:  We talk about the grueling process of setting up for NAMM. We get into the business side of things as we delve into the type of relationship building that happens at these events. WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS Peep this playboy...or girl. If you are at summer Namm and you run into J.C. he is going to hook you up with a promo code for a free month of Drummers I Like Pro... SO LOOK OUT!!! Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free week. Just click here and make sure you enter coupon code "instagram" and I'm going to give you a free week of pro. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND BEARDED CRUSADER J.C. CLIFFORD

What’s going on today?

J.C. is out at Summer NAMM is Nashville working closely with Bullhead Amplification and having a blast so Rich took the time to get some updates on his time, what we can expect this week and of course all the cool details in between.

A few points We cover: 

  • We talk about the grueling process of setting up for NAMM.
  • We get into the business side of things as we delve into the type of relationship building that happens at these events.
  • WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS

Peep this playboy…or girl. If you are at summer Namm and you run into J.C. he is going to hook you up with a promo code for a free month of Drummers I Like Pro… SO LOOK OUT!!!

Also… I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I’m hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free week. Just click here and make sure you enter coupon code “instagram” and I’m going to give you a free week of pro. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations… Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

Drummers I Like Links

Instagram

Facebook

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WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND BEARDED CRUSADER J.C. CLIFFORD - What's going on today? J.C. is out at Summer NAMM is Nashville working closely with Bullhead Amplification and having a blast so Rich to... WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND BEARDED CRUSADER J.C. CLIFFORD

What's going on today?
J.C. is out at Summer NAMM is Nashville working closely with Bullhead Amplification and having a blast so Rich took the time to get some updates on his time, what we can expect this week and of course all the cool details in between.

A few points We cover: 

* We talk about the grueling process of setting up for NAMM.
* We get into the business side of things as we delve into the type of relationship building that happens at these events.
* WE TALK CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS

Peep this playboy...or girl. If you are at summer Namm and you run into J.C. he is going to hook you up with a promo code for a free month of Drummers I Like Pro... SO LOOK OUT!!!

Also... I am so stoked about Month 3 of Pro featuring my Drummers I like Guide to instagram growth that I'm hooking my Daily Fill listeners with a free week. Just click here and make sure you enter coupon code "instagram" and I'm going to give you a free week of pro. Try it and if you love it, then just stay connected and enjoy all the great content we have to offer, if not. Just cancel. No risk, No obligations... Remember. Your boy Rich loves ya!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
Drummers I Like Links
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Daily Fill #50: You must persevere https://www.drummersilike.net/df50/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 11 Jul 2017 15:10:50 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3593 https://www.drummersilike.net/df50/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df50/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #50 What's going on today? After a long and treacherous Monday, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what it means to persevere. If not for yourself, do it for someone else because I am telling you that if we are not continually all propping each other up when we need it then we are going to fall eventually. Big Shout out to DrumGab Podcast for having me on for this past weekend. Seamus Evely is the host and he is doing some great things in the podcast realm regarding the types of episodes he has put together, his ability to be communal and continually give back to the community. This all screams PERSEVERANCE and I want you all to persevere today and if that means putting in the 10X in school to please the parents than do it. If it means taking an extra hour to play with your children today then do it. If it means taking the wife out on the well-deserved date night then do it. A few points We cover:  My terrible car experience and how a local company persevered to come through for me. My awesome experience on the Drumgab podcast Some love for the PRO experience. TRUST ME YOU NEED TO SIGN UP FOR THE INSTAGRAM GUIDE ASAP :D!!!! SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one) Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Ducat Follow Richard on Instagram Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #50

What’s going on today?

After a long and treacherous Monday, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what it means to persevere. If not for yourself, do it for someone else because I am telling you that if we are not continually all propping each other up when we need it then we are going to fall eventually.

Big Shout out to DrumGab Podcast for having me on for this past weekend. Seamus Evely is the host and he is doing some great things in the podcast realm regarding the types of episodes he has put together, his ability to be communal and continually give back to the community. This all screams PERSEVERANCE and I want you all to persevere today and if that means putting in the 10X in school to please the parents than do it. If it means taking an extra hour to play with your children today then do it. If it means taking the wife out on the well-deserved date night then do it.

A few points We cover: 

  • My terrible car experience and how a local company persevered to come through for me.
  • My awesome experience on the Drumgab podcast
  • Some love for the PRO experience. TRUST ME YOU NEED TO SIGN UP FOR THE INSTAGRAM GUIDE ASAP :D!!!!

SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one)

Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard Ducat

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WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #50 What's going on today? After a long and treacherous Monday, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what it means to persevere. If not for yourself, do it for someone else because I am telling you that if we are... WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #50
What's going on today?
After a long and treacherous Monday, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what it means to persevere. If not for yourself, do it for someone else because I am telling you that if we are not continually all propping each other up when we need it then we are going to fall eventually.

Big Shout out to DrumGab Podcast for having me on for this past weekend. Seamus Evely is the host and he is doing some great things in the podcast realm regarding the types of episodes he has put together, his ability to be communal and continually give back to the community. This all screams PERSEVERANCE and I want you all to persevere today and if that means putting in the 10X in school to please the parents than do it. If it means taking an extra hour to play with your children today then do it. If it means taking the wife out on the well-deserved date night then do it.

A few points We cover: 

* My terrible car experience and how a local company persevered to come through for me.
* My awesome experience on the Drumgab podcast
* Some love for the PRO experience. TRUST ME YOU NEED TO SIGN UP FOR THE INSTAGRAM GUIDE ASAP :D!!!!

SIGN UP RIGHT HUYNH (imagine Cartman from Southpark saying that one)

Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard Ducat
Follow Richard on Instagram
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Daily fill #49: Focus your mindset https://www.drummersilike.net/df49/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Mon, 10 Jul 2017 18:09:44 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3582 https://www.drummersilike.net/df49/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df49/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #49 What's going on today? MONTH 3 OF PRO IS LIVE!!! Today we are talking all about it and what to expect! A few points We cover:  The importance of focus The truth behind what a mindset can do for you FREE WEEK OF PRO BABY - JUST SIGN UP FOR ONE MONTH OF PRO AND USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM"  - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP NOW Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #49

What’s going on today?

MONTH 3 OF PRO IS LIVE!!! Today we are talking all about it and what to expect!

A few points We cover: 

  • The importance of focus
  • The truth behind what a mindset can do for you
  • FREE WEEK OF PRO BABY – JUST SIGN UP FOR ONE MONTH OF PRO AND USE COUPON CODE “INSTAGRAM”  – CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP NOW

Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #49 What's going on today? MONTH 3 OF PRO IS LIVE!!! Today we are talking all about it and what to expect! - A few points We cover:  The importance of focus The truth behind what a mindset can do for you WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #49
What's going on today?
MONTH 3 OF PRO IS LIVE!!! Today we are talking all about it and what to expect!

A few points We cover: 

* The importance of focus
* The truth behind what a mindset can do for you
* FREE WEEK OF PRO BABY - JUST SIGN UP FOR ONE MONTH OF PRO AND USE COUPON CODE "INSTAGRAM"  - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP NOW

Thats it for today drummers! Lets get it on Instagram this week!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Honoring John Blackwell Jr – Drummers I Like Podcast #57 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast57/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 07 Jul 2017 10:00:32 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3562 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast57/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast57/feed/ 0 Welcome to Episode 57 of the Drummers I Like Podcast What's going on today? Today we are dropping everything Drummers I Like Podcast and taking some time to honor the late and great John Blackwell Jr. It's no secret that John has been a giant inspiration to the entire community and it felt only right to pay tribute to John by blessing your ears with what he did best. On today's episode, we black a live performance of the song "Jeremiah's Sleepy Night" written by John himself. This song has been a giant inspiration to me and I imagine I am not the only drummer responsible for its multi-millions of plays. I do not own any of the rights to this!   We hope you enjoy this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast and want to honor John Blackwell as best we can so do him a favor and play some drums in his honor this weekend.  PLEASE HELP JOHN'S FAMILY IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE BY DONATING TO HIS GOFUNDME TODAY - CLICK HERE - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube Welcome to Episode 57 of the Drummers I Like Podcast

What’s going on today?

Today we are dropping everything Drummers I Like Podcast and taking some time to honor the late and great John Blackwell Jr. It’s no secret that John has been a giant inspiration to the entire community and it felt only right to pay tribute to John by blessing your ears with what he did best. On today’s episode, we black a live performance of the song “Jeremiah’s Sleepy Night” written by John himself. This song has been a giant inspiration to me and I imagine I am not the only drummer responsible for its multi-millions of plays. I do not own any of the rights to this!

 

We hope you enjoy this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast and want to honor John Blackwell as best we can so do him a favor and play some drums in his honor this weekend. 

PLEASE HELP JOHN’S FAMILY IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE BY DONATING TO HIS GOFUNDME TODAY – CLICK HERE

– Richard

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Welcome to Episode 57 of the Drummers I Like Podcast What's going on today? Today we are dropping everything Drummers I Like Podcast and taking some time to honor the late and great John Blackwell Jr. It's no secret that John has been a giant inspira... Welcome to Episode 57 of the Drummers I Like Podcast
What's going on today?
Today we are dropping everything Drummers I Like Podcast and taking some time to honor the late and great John Blackwell Jr. It's no secret that John has been a giant inspiration to the entire community and it felt only right to pay tribute to John by blessing your ears with what he did best. On today's episode, we black a live performance of the song "Jeremiah's Sleepy Night" written by John himself. This song has been a giant inspiration to me and I imagine I am not the only drummer responsible for its multi-millions of plays. I do not own any of the rights to this!

 

We hope you enjoy this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast and want to honor John Blackwell as best we can so do him a favor and play some drums in his honor this weekend. 
PLEASE HELP JOHN'S FAMILY IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE BY DONATING TO HIS GOFUNDME TODAY - CLICK HERE
- Richard
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Daily fill #48: To wait is to procrastinate https://www.drummersilike.net/df48-2/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 06 Jul 2017 10:00:15 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3557 https://www.drummersilike.net/df48-2/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df48-2/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #48 What's going on today? I keep it semi-short today with a short rant on my issues with procrastination and letting my mind get the best of me. I touch on a specific part of my day that just didn't go in my favor and the rant turns up. Take notes, I have challenges for you all today!  A few points We cover:  The Importance of focusing on what matters and forgetting what doesn't. Learning to shuffle the day around in support to make the important things like spending time with your family happen. How it took over 50 takes to make a 60-second promo video for Drummers I Like Pro month 3 happen. Look... I am in pursuit of becoming the productivity King but what I always have to remind myself to make time for the real things that matter. until next time. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #48

What’s going on today?

I keep it semi-short today with a short rant on my issues with procrastination and letting my mind get the best of me. I touch on a specific part of my day that just didn’t go in my favor and the rant turns up. Take notes, I have challenges for you all today! 

A few points We cover: 

  • The Importance of focusing on what matters and forgetting what doesn’t.
  • Learning to shuffle the day around in support to make the important things like spending time with your family happen.
  • How it took over 50 takes to make a 60-second promo video for Drummers I Like Pro month 3 happen.

Look… I am in pursuit of becoming the productivity King but what I always have to remind myself to make time for the real things that matter. until next time.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #48 What's going on today? I keep it semi-short today with a short rant on my issues with procrastination and letting my mind get the best of me. I touch on a specific part of my day that just didn't go in my favor a... WELCOME TO THE DAILY FILL EPISODE #48
What's going on today?
I keep it semi-short today with a short rant on my issues with procrastination and letting my mind get the best of me. I touch on a specific part of my day that just didn't go in my favor and the rant turns up. Take notes, I have challenges for you all today! 

A few points We cover: 

* The Importance of focusing on what matters and forgetting what doesn't.
* Learning to shuffle the day around in support to make the important things like spending time with your family happen.
* How it took over 50 takes to make a 60-second promo video for Drummers I Like Pro month 3 happen.

Look... I am in pursuit of becoming the productivity King but what I always have to remind myself to make time for the real things that matter. until next time.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #47: Create your own lane https://www.drummersilike.net/df47/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 05 Jul 2017 16:47:13 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3554 https://www.drummersilike.net/df47/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df47/feed/ 0 WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND UTMOST HOMIE OF HOMIES J.C. CLIFFORD!  What's going on today? After one a fun day of festivities for the fourth J.C. and I catch up on our week hitting a specific tangent on what It means to truly bust your ass and create your own lane as an Entrepreneur. A few points We cover:  Local Farmers markets and how a close friend to J.C. built a six figure beef jerky business. The importance of being hungry and why you need to make moves now. A quick chat on understanding that nothing is given to you. You have to take it. Whether you're at a 9-5 or working at home it's clear that you are either working for your own dreams or working for others. It's up to you to decide what you feel most comfortable with doing! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter Youtube WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND UTMOST HOMIE OF HOMIES J.C. CLIFFORD

What’s going on today?

After one a fun day of festivities for the fourth J.C. and I catch up on our week hitting a specific tangent on what It means to truly bust your ass and create your own lane as an Entrepreneur.

A few points We cover: 

  • Local Farmers markets and how a close friend to J.C. built a six figure beef jerky business.
  • The importance of being hungry and why you need to make moves now.
  • A quick chat on understanding that nothing is given to you. You have to take it.

Whether you’re at a 9-5 or working at home it’s clear that you are either working for your own dreams or working for others. It’s up to you to decide what you feel most comfortable with doing!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND UTMOST HOMIE OF HOMIES J.C. CLIFFORD!  What's going on today? After one a fun day of festivities for the fourth J.C. and I catch up on our week hitting a specific tangen... WELCOME TO THE MORNING FUEL EDITION OF THE DAILY FILL WITH OUR SPECIAL GUEST AND UTMOST HOMIE OF HOMIES J.C. CLIFFORD! 
What's going on today?
After one a fun day of festivities for the fourth J.C. and I catch up on our week hitting a specific tangent on what It means to truly bust your ass and create your own lane as an Entrepreneur.

A few points We cover: 

* Local Farmers markets and how a close friend to J.C. built a six figure beef jerky business.
* The importance of being hungry and why you need to make moves now.
* A quick chat on understanding that nothing is given to you. You have to take it.

Whether you're at a 9-5 or working at home it's clear that you are either working for your own dreams or working for others. It's up to you to decide what you feel most comfortable with doing!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Daily Fill #46: Be a Savage https://www.drummersilike.net/df46/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Tue, 04 Jul 2017 14:47:56 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3549 https://www.drummersilike.net/df46/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df46/feed/ 0 What's going on today? We got hacked, I fudged up and deleted our backup, I binged 48 hours of design and implementation of a new website, launched our new website, spent a day editing it, and now I am catching up from a day missed of the Daily Fill due to all that work. Sorry, I'm not always perfect lol. A few points We cover:  My journey from no site to new site including some key tips on the dos and do not's of website development. The importance of paying attention to every single detail. A quick update on Pro month 3 and the webinar. I hope you enjoy the new site design and the new layout of things over here at Drummers I like. I wanted to make it clear, concise and to the point, so everyone could enjoy a simple and powerful experience. That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter What’s going on today?

We got hacked, I fudged up and deleted our backup, I binged 48 hours of design and implementation of a new website, launched our new website, spent a day editing it, and now I am catching up from a day missed of the Daily Fill due to all that work. Sorry, I’m not always perfect lol.

A few points We cover: 

  • My journey from no site to new site including some key tips on the dos and do not’s of website development.
  • The importance of paying attention to every single detail.
  • A quick update on Pro month 3 and the webinar.

I hope you enjoy the new site design and the new layout of things over here at Drummers I like. I wanted to make it clear, concise and to the point, so everyone could enjoy a simple and powerful experience.

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

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What's going on today? We got hacked, I fudged up and deleted our backup, I binged 48 hours of design and implementation of a new website, launched our new website, spent a day editing it, and now I am catching up from a day missed of the Daily Fill d... What's going on today?
We got hacked, I fudged up and deleted our backup, I binged 48 hours of design and implementation of a new website, launched our new website, spent a day editing it, and now I am catching up from a day missed of the Daily Fill due to all that work. Sorry, I'm not always perfect lol.

A few points We cover: 

* My journey from no site to new site including some key tips on the dos and do not's of website development.
* The importance of paying attention to every single detail.
* A quick update on Pro month 3 and the webinar.

I hope you enjoy the new site design and the new layout of things over here at Drummers I like. I wanted to make it clear, concise and to the point, so everyone could enjoy a simple and powerful experience.

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
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Earl Talbot – Drummers I Like Podcast #56 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast56/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Fri, 30 Jun 2017 10:00:12 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3470 https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast56/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/podcast56/feed/ 0

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Daily Fill #45: It’s all in the focus https://www.drummersilike.net/df45-2/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Thu, 29 Jun 2017 10:00:31 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3462 https://www.drummersilike.net/df45-2/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df45-2/feed/ 0 What's going on today? After a long day of dedicated self-maintenance, I wanted to take some time and reflect on my Wednesday and the importance of being laser focused at all time. A few points We cover:  The infamous series of journals I keep The amount of reviewing it takes me (and others) to retain info. My screw you approach to any and all distractions Are you drinking my juice yet? Have my detailed podcast episodes on being all you can be on the drums and in life caused a ripple in your space time continuum? No worries. I'm going to sum a lot of this up in month 3 of Pro! Announcements coming Friday! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Daily Music (heard in intro/outro) and chosen by our boy J.C.: The Record Company - Off the ground. Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter What’s going on today?

After a long day of dedicated self-maintenance, I wanted to take some time and reflect on my Wednesday and the importance of being laser focused at all time.

A few points We cover: 

  • The infamous series of journals I keep
  • The amount of reviewing it takes me (and others) to retain info.
  • My screw you approach to any and all distractions

Are you drinking my juice yet? Have my detailed podcast episodes on being all you can be on the drums and in life caused a ripple in your space time continuum? No worries. I’m going to sum a lot of this up in month 3 of Pro! Announcements coming Friday!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

Daily Music (heard in intro/outro) and chosen by our boy J.C.:

The Record Company – Off the ground.

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What's going on today? After a long day of dedicated self-maintenance, I wanted to take some time and reflect on my Wednesday and the importance of being laser focused at all time. - A few points We cover:  - What's going on today?
After a long day of dedicated self-maintenance, I wanted to take some time and reflect on my Wednesday and the importance of being laser focused at all time.

A few points We cover: 

* The infamous series of journals I keep
* The amount of reviewing it takes me (and others) to retain info.
* My screw you approach to any and all distractions

Are you drinking my juice yet? Have my detailed podcast episodes on being all you can be on the drums and in life caused a ripple in your space time continuum? No worries. I'm going to sum a lot of this up in month 3 of Pro! Announcements coming Friday!

That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!
- Richard
Daily Music (heard in intro/outro) and chosen by our boy J.C.:
The Record Company - Off the ground.
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Daily Fill #44: Morning Fuel with J.C. Clifford https://www.drummersilike.net/df44/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss Wed, 28 Jun 2017 17:27:25 +0000 http://www.drummersilike.net/?p=3374 https://www.drummersilike.net/df44/#respond https://www.drummersilike.net/df44/feed/ 0 rea What's going on today? Rich and J.C. sit down after a two-week hiatus to chat about J.C.'s big trip across the country with his family along with a few key essentials to finding your inner Zen and escaping the grid for a few days....or weeks. A few points We cover:  The importance and value of turning off the electronics The mental balance getting off the grid creats J.C's BAD ASS TRIP BABY!! That's it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode! - Richard Daily Music (heard in intro/outro) and chosen by our boy J.C.: The Record Company - Off the ground. Drummers I Like Links Instagram Facebook Twitter rea

What’s going on today?

Rich and J.C. sit down after a two-week hiatus to chat about J.C.’s big trip across the country with his family along with a few key essentials to finding your inner Zen and escaping the grid for a few days….or weeks.

A few points We cover: 

  • The importance and value of turning off the electronics
  • The mental balance getting off the grid creats
  • J.C’s BAD ASS TRIP BABY!!

That’s it for the Daily Fill! Tune in Every Morning Monday Through Thursday for a new episode!

– Richard

Daily Music (heard in intro/outro) and chosen by our boy J.C.:

The Record Company – Off the ground.

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rea What's going on today? Rich and J.C. sit down after a two-week hiatus to chat about J.C.'s big trip across the country with his family along with a few key essen