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Beginner's Guide To Electronic Drums
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Beginner's Guide To Electronic Drums

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Terry, Bob
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Gruendler, Donny

Price: $12.99

Catalog #06620157

UPC code: 884088549916

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Whether you are a beginning drummer or a working professional, you'll find that the use of electronics has become standard practice. This book is a comprehensive study of all things electronic. Author Bob Terry clearly demonstrates and discusses the advantages of using (and the many professional uses for) the full electronic drum kit, percussion pad, MIDI controller, and hybrid drum kit. Includes detailed descriptions of each of these components and how to hook them up, audio samples, onstage setups, and more.

“Electronic drums, sampled sounds, and digital recording have become a way of life for drummers in the music business. You can't avoid electronic instruments and technology any more ... In this book he will show you, as he has shown me, all of the important things you need to know about incorporating electronics into your drumming.”

– Kenny Aronoff

Voted #1 Session and Pop/Rock Drummer for five consecutive years by Modern Drummer magazine

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