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How should I study from Level 1?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

I feel overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of Level 1. What should I do?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

Should I play every exercise in Level 1?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

Should I play everything chronologically?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

Should I start using parts C and S right away?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

Why are there so many holes in the index of A?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/

Why are there so many holes in the index of M?

First you should take a deep breath. We’ve got you covered. Every musician feels like this for a certain amount of time when thinking of all the technical possibilities there are without having a clear concept of what to do with it al. Another good way to overcome this is to think of it like this. Which would you rather have. To feel completely underwhelmed and not challenged at all, and having to repeat the same thing over and over again. Or, having every option there is out there at your disposal and not being entirely sure how your path will develop? Yup! That’s what I thought! We all love adventure, it can just be a little too exciting at times in the beginning. It can even confuse us up to the point where we don’t know how to proceed. Relax, start with the Grooves and corresponding MIDI and Audio. Glance at some things in Fills or Tips or Exercises. If you feel like it browse a little through some theory in CORE and check the corresponding Systems and you’ll soon get a feel for how to study using Level 1.

If you want our specific guidance you can check out our online lessons which use Level 1 as a reference https://www.skillzdrumcoach.com/
You can also book private lessons with us to help you study smarter: https://www.skillzdrumacademy.com/