V28 N2 [April - May 2016] V28 N1 [February - March 2016] V27 N5 [October - November 2015] V27 N4 [August - September 2015] V27 N3 [June - July 2015]

V28 N2 [April - May 2016]

Teaching is… It has been a while since I’ve seen Whiplash. If the cast was excellent, I can’t say the same about the movie itself. I had not looked back on it thinking it wasn’t worth an editorial but this week, somebody asked my opinion again on the film. Since the subject keeps resurfacing, I […]

V28 N1 [February - March 2016]

Adapting ourselves … or not Not that long ago, while browsing through the social media, I came across one very talented drummer promoting her new website where she was offering online lessons via Skype. Even if this is not a recent idea, I was happy to see that a lot of experienced drummers and educators […]

V27 N5 [October - November 2015]

  A fresh point of view Have you ever heard that a band can only be as good as its drummer? Obviously, this is a bit exaggerated: the other band members are just as important. But people say that because drummers are in charge of the tempo and without good tempo, even the best guitarist […]

V27 N4 [August - September 2015]

  Here’s another brand new edition of Drums Etc that I hope will fulfill your expectations with its pedagogical content and various drumming tips. That being said, I hope that I’ll get to meet you near a stage or in a crowd enjoying the summer and its many thriving festivals. What more can you ask […]

V27 N3 [June - July 2015]

How to survive in the music business Not that long ago, I was thinking about the major changes happening in the music business affecting both the musicians and the manufacturers. Nothing seems to be obvious and we could spend the day trying to find the culprit but I think it’s more important to find solutions. […]