Ensuring Consistent and Solid Tone & Fastest Hands
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | August 16, 2017
What steps are you taking when Ensuring Consistent and Solid Tone?
Most musicians have different opinions on most topics. These range from how fast a player should play to what sub genre of 80’s hair metal was the most glamorous. One of the few things most musicians all agree on though is that a consistently good tone is vital to the correct delivery of music.
During this FREE workshop, Jason Moser will teach you more about Ensuring Consistent and Solid Tone.
After the workshop, the annual Jean Village Music Fastest Hands Competition will be run! For all the information on Fastest Hands and its new 2017 format, [click here].
Where: Jean Village Music
Shop 3 Jean Village Shopping Centre
Corner Jean Avenue & Gerhard Street
When: 19 August 2017
What you can expect
During his workshop Jason will focus on:
The importance of good cymbal selection for every musical scenario
Snare drum tuning tricks, and how to get the most out of your snare
On-the-fly snare drum modifications
“Other” ways to use your metronome
How to train your internal sense of time.
More About Jason
Jason started playing the drums when he was just 4-years old and moved to professional drumming in 2006. His musical career has seen him:
Opening for ‘Fallout Boy’ in 2007 with an artist called “J”,
Playing at ‘My Coke Fest’ in 2007 with an artist called “J”
‘Loftus for Jesus’ in 2008 with Louis Brittz, Retief Burger, Juanita Du Plessis, and others
Various Mighty Men Conferences in 2010 – 2012 with Retief Burger and Louis Brittz,
Playing at ‘Jacaranda Day’ on Loftus rugby stadium with ‘Riana Nel’ in 2012,
Performing Live on RSG radio station, as well as MK television Studio 1 with Bouwer Bosch in 2012.
Just from the list above, you will be able to see that Jason is a solid drummer with heaps of experience and plenty to teach.
If you would like to follow Jason on Facebook you can [click here].
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