The new songs sound awesome Bermuda. Excited to get the record.
Thanks. actually "Top-10 charting, two time Grammy award-winning drummer" will suffice!Synthetik said:We can now refer to Bermuda as a "Top ten recording artist"
'Weird Al' Yankovic finally hits the top 10
FIXED! Really, the whole site is a rough draft. Some web designers wait until everything is included and perfect before they publish, and still stuff needs fixing. I decided that I would post it as a "works in progress." I will be constantly adding submissions and tweaking.*bermuda said:Thanks for the mention there! The line: ..."Weird al" Yankovich's band has been playing Impact for over 15 years." should read: "..."Weird Al" Yankovic's band has been playing Impact for over 20 years." (note spelling corrections.) I began endorsing the drums in August, 1985.
If available, I'd have the written notation and sticking, and simply practice it starting slowly and gradually speed-up until it sounded natural.my question is: starting from scratch what would be your way of learning it?
sounds like the mantra in the movie 'the edge' with anthony hopkins killing a bear. what one man can do another can do. if a masai teenager can kill a lion so can i. if bozzio can play a corscrew of a time signature so perhaps can i.So, in terms of doing something new to me that's ostensibly difficult, I figure that if another drummer can play it... so can I. Well, eventually,
how would you do this? how do you keep track of your progress and what kind of schedules do you use?and simply practice it starting slowly and gradually speed-up until it sounded natural