Saconnects Magazine2021-11-05T15:43:20-04:00

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In God’s Pocket

“Drumming ‘in the pocket’ means three things: having great timing, great groove, and serving the music. Playing in such a way allows you to create a ‘pocket’ that gives other musicians in your band space to play. Striking a great balance between these sometimes–subtle concepts is what separates a good drummer from a great drummer,” wrote Mike O’Connor, a noted author at Electronic Drum Advisor. READ MORE

WARREN L. MAYE, Editor in Chief

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