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inspiring!

thanks for coolest drumming and interview! keep enjoying the love for music, it will give you love and spirit in return through your whole life. :) practice tip: keep a straight 4/4 puls with the kick and/ or hihat(i.e backbeat) and improvise for long times over certain limits, then put them together after weeks with exploring variation in tempo, pauses and dynamics and the combinations, which suddenly makes improvised melodies, phrases and solos. and as you say: have fun! :) thank`s again for inspiration from you!

brynjulv more than 1 year ago

Thanks for commenting and sharing!

Glad you enjoyed my interview with Avery Molek. He is certainly an amazing talent. Your tips are great too; makes me want to take up the drums! Cheers! -Josh (Producer)

mountainlake.org more than 1 year ago

Avery

Thanks for the great interview!!!
Had lots of fun doing it!
Avery

Avery Molek more than 1 year ago

Thank you, Molek Family!

Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. The pleasure was all mine. Keep on rockin'! -Josh

Josh Clement more than 1 year ago

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