What will I learn in drum lessons?
It's hard to have fun if you don't like the way you sound. The problem is that in order to like the way you sound, you'll need to practice. We have found that most students, especially children, don't like practicing. That leads to the cliche - a cycle of forced practice and frustration that eventually leads to a student who doesn't enjoy playing their instrument.
But we have a solution...
Don't misunderstand, most students will start out very enthusiastic about their practice routine. We teach our students about the importance of setting daily goals, and meeting those goals to make small changes that add up over time. This gives them daily success - accomplishments that they can be proud of at the end of each practice session. We also teach our students how to compare their skills today with their skills from earlier in their career. Seeing how far they have come goes a long way toward keeping students motivated.
OK, but how much practice time is involved?
That's the funny thing about our system. Once students build a habit of practicing daily, understand and implement our practice techniques, and are able to self-motivate using the methods we show them, most of our students actually end up practicing LESS and accomplishing MORE than they did using their old ineffective methods. Everyone wins in this situation. Students feel affirmed and excited about making music, parents no longer need to force their children to practice, and instructors are able to teach higher level music concepts because the students are prepared for their lessons.
Alright, let's do this!!
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