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  1. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Which Tom?

    I use Selleck myself.
  2. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    What are the simplest songs you play that you love?

    Fixed....and it's as good an example as any because if it was easy everyone would sound just as good playing it. They don't.
  3. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Virgin kick or not?

    If you have a mount you can always choose to not use it. The other way around is a wee bit more difficult. Even if not optimal for you it will make things easier sometimes
  4. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Cajon information required

    http://cajonguide.com/best-cajon-pedals/ Cajon choice is hard. If I didn't know I'd check the less expensive Meinl and Pearl models and just see as I tried and researched more.
  5. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Burying the stick in the snare...New Technique?

    There's a right and wrong way to do this, too. You can apply all relevant principles to this as well. It doesn't have to hurt you.
  6. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Best snare new or used under $300?

    For what?
  7. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Good brand to get back to playing drums

    This guy plays Russell Brand.
  8. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    What I Like About DW

    But what will you do with the drums themselves?
  9. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Practise room - help!

    You can get away with very little. I have more channels, but for practice I just use BD + OHs most of the time. If you have an iPad you can probably get most of all the things you want to play to from that. I use Spotify(combine Amazing Slowdowner with that), DrumJam and Pro Metronome. Unless...
  10. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Drummers Gloves

    If you play like this maybe they'll help. You can also learn proper technique.
  11. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Using training pad vs playing electronic drums

    It's going to change a lot over time. Personally, I'm not a fan of any of those surfaces, especially mesh, but opinions differ. If the plan is to play an acoustic kit I'd definetly recommend getting access to that sometimes. A snare doesn't need to be expensive and there's probably a room you...
  12. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    "Pad Book"

    I got it today. Basically, it starts off with stickings and basic accent patters + some reading text, but they're written out from triplets to septulets. Chapter 2 is your mixed subdivision stuff and Chapter 3 is hand independnce.
  13. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    James Gadson

    He is on s2e6 of 24 hours with Gordon Ramsay.
  14. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    How far do you sit away from your bass drum?

    Once I let go of the idea that I had to sit at a certain height to be comfy and just raised the throne to where things worked I stopped thinking about it.
  15. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Resources to help improve back beat playing.

    In my previous life as a guitar player this was something I noticed quite a bit. It's so much about the inner dynamics that are just the complete opposite of a traditional jazz context. It's really just about focused practice. No matter what you do around it that snare it has to be consistent...
  16. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Avril Lavigne - Complicated

    Be aware of the song structure and being conscious of where you fill and why. This is a straight pop song, so in general a crash is to mark a new section and a fill is to set up that crash unless it's part of a constant groove in a section. Listen to the original. Memorizing and copy...
  17. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Metronome suggestions

    Pro Metronome app. Has all the bells and whistles if you need them, but is very simple and intuitive to use for basic function.
  18. Odd-Arne Oseberg

    Podcasts?

    I'd Hit That and Drummer's Weekly Groovecast.
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