Today’s video focuses on two main concepts: conventional sound sources and unconventional sound sources.
Conventional sound sources are the tools (and the way you hit those tools) you’ve already been using up to this point. The snare drum, kick drum, toms, and your cymbals. These take up the majority of what you’ll be using to create sounds, but we also have…
Unconventional sound sources. These are sounds that aren’t so obvious at first glance. This could include the rims on your drums, cymbal stands, the way you hit your drums and cymbals, and even changing up what you use to hit these sources.
So the next time you’re playing on a kit that might not have all the tools you’re used to playing with, keep these concepts in mind and start exploring your options! What are some of your favorite unconventional sound sources?
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