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Drummer's Resource

By Nick Ruffini

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Description

Drummer's Resource is a podcast created for you, the Professional Drummer, Intermediate Drummer, or Beginning Drummer. If you are looking for inspiration and motivation during your daily commute, workout, or "me" time, Nick Ruffini delivers podcasts twice a week. Each episode brings you a successful Drummer or Music Industry Professional who shares their journey...failures, successes,advice and much more. Everything you need to succeed: Education, Information and Motivation for Drumming and Beyond!

Customer Reviews

What an incredible resource

This podcast has such an immense amount of knowledge and explores incredibly important subjects. Nick's interviewing style provides incredibly in-depth information of his guests, and to the musician's life in general, while maitaning a truly enjoyable atmosphere. If used correctly, I firmly believe this podcast has the tools to provide more motivation, inspiration, education and insight to trule change a life. I could not recommend it more, especially if you are a drummer or musician.

I love this podcast!

I listen to the podcast everyday! It’s how I start my mornings! Keep it going man!

Great topics!

I just discovered this podcast a few weeks ago and was surprised to see so much content. Certain drummers have questions that are very specific to them and Nick does a great job of figuring those questions out. It is really cool to hear the perspective of these musicians and get a feel for their personality, because their approach and style of playing makes much more sense after listening to them speak about music, drums, and life. I think musicians of all levels can benefit from something in this podcast so definitely take a listen. More than likely, you will find a podcast with a drummer that you have been studying recently. AND episode 426 with Daniel Glass is gold! His advice on how to improve fills and transitions is very practical and insightful.