Redesign Of A Previous Assignment The Ethical Considerations and Challenges Of The Connect Type Activity Which Was A Drum Solo Tutorial It begins with an idea you the student have thought of from some type of inspiration and you work over a period of time developing it by doing practice drills to their favorite practice loop of music samples We saw in the previous slide what the payoff can be if the student/client sticks to the protocol. We spoke in the previous slide about what we mean when we say “we never break protocol” the 2 Skill-set methodology was written with precisely this consideration in mind….. they should be loosened up, limber and able to begin their exploration of their solo creative process role to show “how-to-teach-a-student” where to begin to create a drum solo. This redesign was not that hard as we discussed this in the Week 3 Discussion, the hard part is to get students to understand the seriousness of this and that it is their time which is being utilized or wasted and as an professional tutor (teacher-at-large) to always do your due diligence (having a written agreement) about acceptable and unacceptable practices which can cause termination of your… Anatomy of Drum Solo –Neil Peart (2005) Hudson Music Progressive Independence-Rock Ron Spagnardi- (2013) revised http://www.amazon.com/ProgressiveIndependence-Comprehensive-GuideDrumming/dp/142347712X It normally starts with a beat in your head, a rhythm you keep hearing and you cannot rest till you write it down and then play it! jamming (playing) which will help you to think “in the moment” the shuffle beat continues “boompa-bomp, boompa-bomp” you continue adding accents (light strokes on the crash, or transitioning to the ride and keeping time on it) on the cymbals. You learn to add random strokes on the toms, called … do here! You are learning to play and improvise which is at the “heart and soul” of solo drumming! the opening groove to “Ain’t that a shame” by Bun E. Carlos on “Cheap Trick-Live at Budokan” You should record one or more of your runthroughs on this groove. here we have provided you with enough “food for thought” to encourage and motivate you!