By Dom Famularo and Stéphane Chamberland Drumset Book Item: unequal abilities between a drummer’s dominant and weaker muscle sets in. [FONT=”Lucida Sans Unicode”]Roland td w/exp – pd 10/12/12 – cy-5/8/8 – vh- 11 – kd-8 – tascam 8 track digital recorder – peavey 6r mixer. The Weaker Side. This book addresses the common problem of proportionally unequal abilities between a drummer’s dominant and weaker muscle sets in.
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As you can see, this is about balance. A challenge we see with our students is that one hand or one foot is weaker than the other. He’s a joy to watch and listen to, but I’m not sure I could really learn enough from him technique-wise.
Check out The Weaker Side on Amazon. But this process will lead to constant and never-ending improvement.
The first point is to start using your weaker hand more in your life. The emphasis on freedom is important to both of us too. I think Alan’s hit the nail on the head. Hey, I had a quick look at the big yesterday and “searched inside” on Amazon I think.
This book will help you think differently and focus on the most important thing: Do things like brushing your teeth with your weaker hand, open doors and try writing. If this is your first visit, you will have to register before you can post or view specific content. Its the same thing with weight loss. We must plant the seed, water it every day, and be patient as it grows.
But remember, there is no shortcut! We cannot resolve a challenge without changing the thought process that created the challenge. I guess sometimes we look at getting results in our weak spots like people that go on wraker diets.
Freely releasing ideas around the drum set with fluidity and being totally relaxed. Alan website youtube facebook group newsletter twitter message My husband thanks you for your book and I thank you for the happiness you have given him, and the fun of sharing an interest with him.
Famulrao concept of the book is simple.
does anybody have “The Weaker Side”, by Dom Famularo? – VDrums Forum
It has to come from the feelings and passion of the artist, and that is what you emphasize. The primary goal is to work on technique, but you could also use many to develop other skills as well. Performing music creates new challenges. It affects the way you play, the way you sound and also the way you set up your drums.
Use this page as a resource for education. He has been working with it about three hours a day for three weeks and can feel the difference. They were okay, but weakee what he needed. We decided to write a book called The Weaker Side.
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weakre Fifty two pages, one page a week. The Weaker Side is the first step to achieving equal balance between all limbs. From what I saw, the contents didn’t blow me away or stand out from any of the many drum books I own.
Focus on it during your practicing. You can’t be a Marco Minnemman in 1 month! Honestly, just reading the description of the book tells me that wexker sense is your friend in this department. Dom’s more of a motivation speaker to me.
This page features educational material for both technique development and the drumset. Eide means, not crossing your arms to play your hi-hat, use your weaker hand and play open.
Organized for gradual strengthening through daily practice, the exercises can be used for both hands and feet.
Please read our VDrum. Here is an observation of many drummers relationship between their stronger and their weaker side. Where do you consider your weaknesses? Technique is a tool that will help you express what you feel, and good technique will prevent from pain and damaging your muscles. Included are two cartoon-style flipbooks to illustrate motion.
The strategic exercises are designed to develop the under-used muscles to cultivate a more balanced ability for controlled movement and a fluid and consistent sound. When we acknowledge weakness, it leads to action. Imagine how fhe more control you would have in your playing if your hands and feet were equal in execution!
The most common challenge they have all asked about is developing equal balance between both their hands and equal balance between feet. You have to eat quality food, control what you intake, and work out daily and the results will come everyweek.
The better your skill, the easier it is for you to consistently express your musical ideas.