Re: Todd Sucherman here!
The DVD is great, It's something I need to watch over and over to drill it into my head, (age is a wonderful thing) but it's very informative. Thank you.
Like you advised I purchased a digital recorder (Zoom H2) to record my practice sessions. So far I have only been recording myself playing along to music minus drums and what I hear while I'm playing and what I hear recorded are two different drummers. What an eye opener. However I may be setting myself up for doom because I have many music minus drum tracks of different styles and I find myself playing one after another instead of working on one tune at a time?
I do have two questions for you:
1, Would you only work on one song at a time re: music minus drums until your happy with the way it sounds recorded?
2, Would you also record yourself practicing rudiments and solo playing?
I appreciate your feedback and any other tips.
Yamaha Live Oak, Magstar Drums, 1971 Slingerlands, Zildjian, Sabian, Paiste, Vic Firth, Remo