Yeah, you're not just playing without thought or repeating single rudiments together, but stringing them together in a way that's been decided by someone else.
Weakness will be exposed and your general command and flow expands.
Once I knew them pretty well I started playing them left hand...
Know the song.
Good time, which really just means being focused on the music by knowing you part so well you don't have to think about it and can focus on being clear and caring for the rest of the band.
Propper inner dynamics, which in this case just means a solid and consistent backbeat.
Tune-Bot and Resotune read pitch, so they're different than the torque gadgets.
In any case. Tuning drums shouldn't be all that hard to learn if someone just shows you a propper way to start and gives you a couple of the right tips.
I've never been much of a fan of finishes that stick out in general. That goes for all my instruments. They're blank canvases for music and I sort of want them to represent that visually as well.
There are exceptions based on situations.
For drums it's "Tony Yellow", "Vinnie White", piano...
There's all sorts of ways time signatures can relate depending on how you play them.
I wrote a tune in 21 once grouped in 5-5-5-6. I don't think most would even give it a second thought until they actually had to play it. The phrase of the melody went over two periods which completed the...
It would take a lot. Like if it was a special gift from a wife/girlfriend end she died, I'd probably name it after her.
I am however considering getting a BD reso with the picture of my late cat, though.