Here’s part 2 of my beginner drum lesson series. In this lesson I talk about sticks, reading an writing music, and teach you a new beat, plus your first fill. Please let me know if you have any questions at all!
I’ve been getting more into music composition lately, and trying out various tools and programs to do it digitally. One of the easiest and best things I’ve found so far is this app called Maestro http://bit.ly/2X2RdQM. I’m running this on a Fire HD tablet (with google play installed) learn how to put google play on your Fire Tablet http://bit.ly/2DCi3WU. You can also pick up a Fire Tablet here https://amzn.to/2E8PDp5 and a stylus here https://amzn.to/2X2Xn3i
Maestro is great for learning and has a ton of pro features like:
Notes, Chorded Notes
Rests, Measure Bars and Repeat Bars
Articulations and Note Relationships
Tie, Slur, Triplets, Accidentals, Dynamics
Octave Up and Down and more
Change Clef, Tempo
Change Time Signature and Key Signature
Play your Masterpiece Instantly
Set Playback Section and Repeat
Supports Multiple Instruments
127 MIDI Instruments
Piano, Organ, Violin, Cello and other Strings
Guitar, Brass, Leed, Pipe and Drums
Name the Title, Subtitle and Composer
Export to Image Files
Zoom In and Out to draw more or fewer notes in one line
Save as image file as you see on the screen
100% free for all features
Supports Tablets and All Size of Device
Host your music at the Concert Hall and see if others like it
The Concert Hall is where you can post your music or listen and see other maestro’s work
It is another fun way of learning how to write the various musical notations and symbols
Get some new inspirations!
As you can see it’s pretty amazing. I’m using it on my Amazon fire tablet and it works really well.
I have been seeing these at guitar center recently, and I have got to say that I really love this student model guitar! Epiphone makes some amazingly cool products for barely any money with some pretty impressive build quality.
What I really love about this thing is the extremely retro look, kinda like the old Melody Makers of the 1950s. To top it off they come in several amazing looking finishes.
They feature a poplar body with a mahogany neck, two single coil pickups, and 1000 points of cool!