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Old 09-27-2009, 03:02 PM
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Well the end of the week has come and gone. Perhaps you should actually have a product before you spend a year hyping it.
Man, I could not agree more. Very unprofessional, and claiming that "pat goes for perfection and that takes time", as someone else said on here, insinuates that others don't and only Pat does (NOTE: pat certainly didn't say this himself, it was another poster here).

I'm sure Pat is very diligent but to stir up interest too far in advance of any product (and it seems to happen time and time again-the Pad, the dvd's, the sticks), is simply unprofessional and is disrespectful to the end user who may be saving money or planning purchases.
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Old 09-27-2009, 04:25 PM
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Hi guys

All valid points guys, and sorry for your displeasure. My editor is compressing the clips to put on the site, as they are in HD, so, he assured me tomorrow I will have the clips to post...I am at their mercy.

As far as a year of "hype", many companies do hype and take pre orders for product. It helps to gauge interest and potential sales. Perhaps this was too long, and again, I apologize.

So, please be aware that I am trying to push them as much as I can..

I'm sure when you see them, you will realize what goes into something like this..

Also, the release negotiations with the distributor are also a consideration, but that hurdle was cleared.

Once again, please accept my apologies in the delay.
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Old 09-28-2009, 03:35 PM
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As far as a year of "hype", many companies do hype and take pre orders for product. It helps to gauge interest and potential sales. Perhaps this was too long, and again, I apologize.
Yes it was too long!

With the success of your HGandF video and both versions of your P4 pad (very fine products), there should be little doubt that the interest is there. I understand you are at the mercy of the distributor however, you have done a poor job at communicating to your customer base (at least here on Drummerworld) about what is going on. You have taken money from these people and have not shown the simple courtesy to keep them updated. I hope this all works out for everyone.
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:38 PM
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Lighten up, Muckster; the dude gave us an explanation and an apology, nough said. Anyway, I gave my money to I believe it was The American Music Group, who is handling the sales end...I doubt Pat has seen anything resembling money at THIS stage...lol.
Pat...I assume lesson learned...muckster makes a good point, the interest is there for your products, so less hype will be necessary for future products...just my opinion.
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Old 09-29-2009, 03:51 AM
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Hi everyone

Here are a couple clips from the pre mastered editing of the "Learn to Read Rhythms" DVD, that are compressed down to view in context. We created a test site to view, because to compress it down to upload here really takes the quality down quite a bit.

We combined a couple exercises for you to get the idea of how it it is presented.

(Of course the "normal" size is larger, and the quality is HD ! )

Dotted 8th, 16th Exercise
http://www.test.riverviewstudios.com...illo/clip2.mov

Syncopation, and 8th Triplet Exercise
http://www.test.riverviewstudios.com...illo/clip3.mov

The finished HD edit/mastering is winding down!

Of course, it also includes the 100 page pdf ebook, and all examples on mp3

Will keep you updated on shipping..

Thanks to all for your patience.

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Old 09-29-2009, 04:28 AM
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Old 09-29-2009, 04:40 AM
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Lighten up, Muckster; the dude gave us an explanation and an apology, nough said. Anyway, I gave my money to I believe it was The American Music Group, who is handling the sales end...I doubt Pat has seen anything resembling money at THIS stage...lol.
Pat...I assume lesson learned...muckster makes a good point, the interest is there for your products, so less hype will be necessary for future products...just my opinion.
Yea guys, I wouldn't discredit Pat in any way for his latest endeavors... I mean shoot, you know the whole iPhone/AT&T thing with MMS messaging finally with 3.0 update? Well, it didn't come and we had to wait until 3.1! But it was certainly "promised" this past summer for months on end. How's that for building hype?

As someone who knows Pat and has talked with him about vendor delivery, I can guarantee he is doing everything he can to get his product available. He apologized, and I'm sure better communications will be had in the future.


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Old 09-29-2009, 04:53 AM
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Lookin' good Pat!

Glad to be a part of it.


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Old 09-30-2009, 05:34 PM
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That looks good Pat! Thanks.
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Old 10-04-2009, 02:44 PM
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Yep, thanks, Muckster, it's down the home stretch..Looking great in HD...Adding the pdfs and mp3 clips, mastering next.
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:51 PM
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Happy Birthday, Pat! Saw it was your Birthday on Facebook, so I wanted to drop you a line here, and say thanks for all the great things you provide for us drummers. Love your DVD/Book, it has helped me so much

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Old 11-02-2009, 03:44 PM
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Happy Birthday Pat & Many More iii

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Old 11-02-2009, 05:06 PM
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Happy Birthday Pat! Have a great day and thanks for your contributions to the drumming world.
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Old 11-03-2009, 02:43 AM
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WOW, guys, thanks so much! I am blessed to do what I do, with the support of a great family, & God.

Thanks again!
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Old 11-03-2009, 03:27 PM
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Hey Pat Happy Birthday and continued success.
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Old 11-04-2009, 04:04 PM
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Hey, B! Thanks so much.
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Old 11-29-2009, 04:37 AM
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I received this email today.

From the desk of The American Music Group
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Learn to Read Rhythms Update!

To those who have pre-ordered "Learn to Read Rhythms, Better", Pat would like to sincerely thank you for pre-ordering and
also for your patience. He has asked us to send this note out to you as an update of where we are in this much-anticipated project.

The project itself is 99% completed save a few editing "tweaks", DVD authoring revisions (so every clip is reviewable), and final mastering.

This project was so large, it is now officially a 2 DVD SET, including the 105 page eBook, and the mp3 play along reading examples.

We will get the final go ahead from the distribution company (one that you all will recognize), and will send it out as soon as we do.

Pat has asked us to send his personal apologies for this project taking as long as it has, but we are nearly at the end and all we can say is that it will well be worth the wait!
If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact me and I'll do my best to answer all questions.

Thanks, once again,

Mike,
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I replied about the first group of us getting Autographed copies and was told that we would. so things are moving along.
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:20 AM
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Hi Pat,

Greetings from the UK.

I treated myself to your DVD/book for Christmas.

I've got a whole load of drun DVDs and most just seem to show off a drummer's chops.

Yours is one of the few which has great practical use and there's a whole stack of stuff to learn.

Among other things, I'm looking forward to sussing those Gadd ratamacues and the 6-note combinations.

Great stuff.

Best wishes for 2010...
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Old 01-08-2010, 07:57 PM
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supermac

Thanks so much for the kind words ! The variations and movements I show you are very interchangeable and useful...How are you diggin the grooves?

I will be back out in the UK in March, so perhaps I will connect with you then

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Old 01-14-2010, 11:12 AM
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Pat,

I'm finding the whole DVD really useful.

I got an electronic kit for practice not long ago, so I'm getting stuck into to all the exercises and I'm able to play along with the CD files.

Got to admit, I went straight to the Gadd/ratamacue stuff first as it's had me scratching my head for years.

The sticking and foot combos are relatively straightforward but sound amazing once you've got them nailed.

As you rightly say though, they need to be used 'musically'. I played with my bar band the weekend gone and just managed to resist throwing them in just for the sake of it!

When I was a kid back in the 80s I played in a cheesy covers band and would throw the Bonham triplets thing into Sweet Caroline, just because I could. It must have sounded terrible.

I suppose it proves I've made some progress as a musician!

Do you know your UK itinerary yet?


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Old 01-17-2010, 05:08 AM
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Hey Pat great time talking to you and Bobby today
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Old 01-25-2010, 12:32 PM
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SoCalMike!

Great to see you as well, and thanks for coming by the Ludwig booth. Great pic!

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Old 02-24-2010, 12:59 PM
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Hi everyone

The UK Clinic Tour is finalized, and here are the dates and locations

Sunday, March 22: Bournemouth: MASTER CLASS w/Simon Mellish
Monday, March 23: Bournemouth. PRIVATE LESSONS 079 1979 105
Tuesday, March 24: LCCM, London: PRIVATE LESSONS AVAILABLE. 020 7378 7458
Wednesday, March 25: MAD ABOUT DRUMS, Peterborough. 01733 327 987
Thursday, March 26: ICMP, London MASTER CLASS.
Friday, March 27: Drumsense, Croydon. MASTER CLASS/LESSONS 020 8288 0863


Please contact any of the above if you would like to attend, and PM if you would like to hook up for a lesson

All the Best
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:11 PM
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jack

Thanks SO much, and that was a while ago! Yes, the exercises are short and sweet, and ultimately, playing short exercises of each rudiment, as well as COMBINATIONS of rudiments, (diddle/roll/, drag/ratamacues)is the best way to develop your hand technique

In the NEWEST issue of Modern Drummer, I introduce my "Rudiment TAB System", which I developed in "Hands, Grooves, & Fills". It will help you memorize the rudiments, and put them into short solo combinations which will give you an actual vocabulary.

You can grab HGF here at drummerworld, or your local drum store or online, amazon.

Good luck, and let me know how you like it!
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Old 03-09-2010, 03:38 PM
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Congrats on the series of articles in MD, keep 'em coming!
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Old 03-17-2010, 10:37 AM
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yeah yeah yeah! been using your book for time man, and the practice pad is dope for when i'm travelling.
will pm about lessons.
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Old 03-18-2010, 02:59 AM
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London Private Lessons at LCCM next Tuesday!! Hit me up for details!
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Hi Pat, I am really enjoying the P4 practice pad. Can you recommend a stable stand that will cut down on pad vibration? Perhaps one that will allow for both standing and sitting playing positions?

What stand do you like to use for your P4?
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Old 03-24-2010, 03:11 AM
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Well...The 8mm thread mounts on most cymbal stands work pretty well, but as with most of these types of mounts, it doesn't feel as sturdy as if if were in a snare basket..SO...

1) A snare stand that raises up higher, like a concert stand, works great.

2) 'retro fit" a cymbal stand top into a snare basket, cutting the cynbal stand pipe about half way...Works great standing or sitting

3) You can do the same thing with a snare basket/cymbal stand combo..just retro fit the snare basket into a cymbal stand!

Glad you dig it, and happy jammin!
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Old 04-08-2010, 12:19 AM
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Back from the UK, and had a wonderful time once again with all my drummer friends! Thanks to ICMP, Mad About Drums, Percussion Works, Drumsense, Rock Bottom Music, and everyone I met and got the chance to hear play. It was truly an honor and a pleasure.

See you again soon!
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Old 04-20-2010, 10:40 AM
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Dear Pat,
Just a quick question. I am about to enrol in the 3 week intensive courses and I have to send an audition. One of the requirements is to play 2 minutes of "Rock". Do you know what do they mean when they say rock? Do they mean Shuffle or something more like Alternative rock?
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I received this email today.

From the desk of The American Music Group
Petrillo Enterprises

Learn to Read Rhythms Update!

To those who have pre-ordered "Learn to Read Rhythms, Better", Pat would like to sincerely thank you for pre-ordering and
also for your patience. He has asked us to send this note out to you as an update of where we are in this much-anticipated project.

The project itself is 99% completed save a few editing "tweaks", DVD authoring revisions (so every clip is reviewable), and final mastering.

This project was so large, it is now officially a 2 DVD SET, including the 105 page eBook, and the mp3 play along reading examples.

We will get the final go ahead from the distribution company (one that you all will recognize), and will send it out as soon as we do.

Pat has asked us to send his personal apologies for this project taking as long as it has, but we are nearly at the end and all we can say is that it will well be worth the wait!
If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact me and I'll do my best to answer all questions.

Thanks, once again,

Mike,
American Music Group

I replied about the first group of us getting Autographed copies and was told that we would. so things are moving along.
And we are still waiting, and waiting , and waiting........... six months have gone by since this email. this is really sad.
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Old 06-09-2010, 04:45 PM
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And we are still waiting, and waiting , and waiting........... six months have gone by since this email. this is really sad.
Wow! That is incredible! But "It's worth the wait"

Let's see on top of a full refund or heavy discount Pat should also throw in the following for your trouble:

Autograph
New P4
Drumsticks
Wash you car
Wash your dog
Mow your lawn
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Old 07-19-2010, 08:02 PM
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Has anyone bought the P4 pad yet? I saw a demo video of it and it looks really useful. I probably wouldn't look in to it if I already had a good pad but all I have is the rubber thing that covers the snare drum. Off to google to search for prices.
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Old 07-22-2010, 01:55 PM
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I've been a big fan of the P4 practice pad for a few years now....I'll never be without it...In my opinion, the best pad on the market.
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I received this email this morning.

From the desk of James Charles Management
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Dear Fellow drummers,

Thanks, once again, for your patience and here is an update:

We are in the authoring stages! Clips are graphically edited, and now the final stage of authoring is underway. Mid August is a very real time line, as once it is authored, we render, copy, and ship!

And we are also moving into an agreement with Hudson Music, so all is well!

I appreciate your support.....and your patience. And may I say yet again, it WILL be worth the wait.


Doin my best!
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From the desk of James Charles Management
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Dear Fellow drummers,

Thanks, once again, for your patience and here is an update:

We are in the authoring stages! Clips are graphically edited, and now the final stage of authoring is underway. Mid August is a very real time line, as once it is authored, we render, copy, and ship!

And we are also moving into an agreement with Hudson Music, so all is well!

I appreciate your support.....and your patience. And may I say yet again, it WILL be worth the wait.


Doin my best!
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Yea, I'm beyond impatient too. Never again will I pay in advance, I thought this was going to be a few week wait. I think I've been waiting for over a year now. Bad business practices to ask for advance orders and not be able to deliver in a timely manner.
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Yea, I'm beyond impatient too. Never again will I pay in advance, I thought this was going to be a few week wait. I think I've been waiting for over a year now. Bad business practices to ask for advance orders and not be able to deliver in a timely manner.


Have you been offered a discount or refund up to this point? This is exactly why i didn't pre-order, fearing a long wait, but almost a year is ridiculous!

People can only take so many "apologies" and "we're in the final stages" lines.
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Yea Muckster, I got a 10.00 refund a while back.

Last word was end of August, which has come and gone.
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