Are you thinking about teaching or signing up for online drum lessons? Curious to see what a live online lesson looks like? I’ve put together this short video to give you a glimpse of an online drum lesson as well as my equipment setup.
Equipment Required for online drum lessons
- A computer (ideally a laptop.)
- A Webcam (Either Built-in or a USB webcam)
- Free Video conferencing software (Zoom, Skype)
- Good lighting (either find a well lit room or buy a light)
- USB microphone (not required but improves the sound greatly)
Teaching Students Online
I teach drum lessons online to students all over the world, which would not be possible without online lessons. I find that teaching “technique” on a practise pad works best online. With a practise pad you don’t have to worry about loud drums overwhelming the computer microphone. As long as the camera is properly angled, I have no difficulty seeing exactly how my student is moving and correcting them.
I offer private drum lessons at my studio in Montreal, Canada or online by Skype or Zoom.
Elijah is a university-educated drummer with extensive experience for both teaching and musical performance. Since completing his Bachelor of Music degree at Concordia University in 2010, he has played music across each province in Canada and in more than 20 countries around the world. For information about private lessons at his studio in Montreal or for lessons on Skype visit: Elijah Drum Lessons
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