Drummer’s Review Australian born drummer Mikey Sorbello has recently been added to the list of big-name artists appearing at The UK Drum Show this April (2nd & 3rd) at ACC Liverpool. Known as a drummer who truly convinces with his high energy playing, Mikey has a creative new approach while still paying tribute to drumming … Continue reading Mikey Sorbello Joins The UK Drum Show Line-Up
Drummer’s Review Our friends at confirmed The UK Drum Show exhibitor Clear Tune Monitors have announced that they have a couple of amazing EXCLUSIVE special offers for anyone attending the show that visits their booth – A20 – over the weekend of 2 & 3 April at ACC Liverpool. Free Molds With Any In-Ear Monitor Purchases Firstly, … Continue reading Clear Tune Monitors Offer EXCLUSIVE Deals At The UK Drum Show
Piano Blog by Skoove – Piano Practice Tips Pitch is one of the most fundamental concepts in music and one of the primary ways musicians categorize how a note sounds. A particular sound wave might produce a low pitch, a high pitch, a definite pitch, or an indefinite pitch. The tools of music theory can … Continue reading Explore the wonders of pitch in music
Piano Blog by Skoove – Piano Practice Tips The metronome is one of the most valuable practice tools available to you as a pianist. A piano metronome produces a steady pulse, which will help you to stay in time when playing and improve your rhythmic skills. The pulse can be sped up or slowed down … Continue reading Speed up your practicing with our metronome!
Tomlin Harmonica Lessons Hello and welcome to this week’s lesson where I will help you get back on track with playing the harmonica (or anything else you want to practice). The answer, contrary to what you might think, is extremely simple. I am going to show you how to fix this and start playing regularly … Continue reading Struggling to Practice Regularly?
Piano Blog by Skoove – Piano Practice Tips Classical music is beautiful and timeless. The range of emotion, depth of character, and intriguing shifts in dynamic and mood have helped cement classical piano music’s place in music history. Many pianists study these classical pieces for a number of reasons. They are part of the vocabulary … Continue reading 9 classical pieces from easy to advanced
Drummer’s Review Pioneering hybrid drummer Andy Gangadeen has chosen to join Natal Drums as an official endorser. Known the world over for combining acoustic and electronic drums, Andy is a forerunner of hybrid drumming and recognised as one of the world’s premier players. Since completing a qualification in electronics at college, Andy was inspired to … Continue reading Pioneering Hybrid Drummer Chooses Natal Drums
Piano Blog by Skoove – Piano Practice Tips The great strength of learning to play the piano is being able to use the incredibly large range of notes on the keyboard. Standard keyboards have 88 keys, and that gives us a lot of room to work with. Unfortunately, there are only 5 lines on the … Continue reading How can I learn to read ledger lines?
Drummer’s Review Here’s our review of a Yamaha DTX10K-X eKit, featuring… Kit: 12″ snare pad, 2 x 10″ tom pads, 12″ floor tom pad, 12″ bass drum pad, all tom/snare/bass drum pads featuring short birch shells in Black Forrest finish, toms/snare feature Yamaha TCS silicone heads, 13″ dual-zone hi-hat pad, 13″ & 15″ triple-zone crash … Continue reading Yamaha DTX10K-X eKit – Drummer’s Review
Pianos – Keyboard and Synths – Music Instrument News With the introduction of the new PSR-EW425 and PSR-E473, Yamaha has further evolved its already highly popular PSR series of portable keyboards. Both models expand on the success of the previous generation and now offer a wide variety of new features designed to bring even more power, … Continue reading Yamaha Launches PSR-EW425 & PSR-E-473 Keyboards