Using a Click Track and Multi-Tracks on Stage
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | May 15, 2018
If you’re serious about being tight when you play live, it’s imperative that you learn to play to a click track.
Learning a new technique is seldom easy; it can take hours of dedicated practice to implement it into your playing. The problem can be compounded if you’re not 100% certain of how to use the new technique. Take a click track for example; there’s more to playing to a click track than setting the tempo and jamming along.
During this FREE Ministry Month Workshop Chris Van Zyl will walk you through the basics of playing to a click track. After hes shown the basics of playing to a click track he will delve into the world of multi-tracks.
Where: Paul Bothner Music Somerset West
Shop 16, Checkers Centre
c/o Main & Gordons Street
When: 26 May 2018
Time: 11 am
What to expect
An in-depth discussion of the basics of using a click track and multi-tracks on stage.
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More about the clinician
Chris has been actively involved in praise and worship since he left school. His involvement in the Bay has taught him a few lessons along the way, and he is delighted to share them with us. Apart from being actively involved in the praise and worship, Chris is also a drum teacher and professional drummer.
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