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Rhythm Section Programming

Rhythm Section Programming

Rhythm Section Programming

Think like a drummer or a strummer: Program beats, riffs, and fills that sound like… well… beats, riffs, and fills.

  • Think like a drummer. Make realistic drum patterns and fills
  • Make your guitar and bass parts more musical
  • Learn how top session musicians approach their instruments
  • Master the rhythm section: the building blocks of your beat

18 Hours | In-Person: £599 + £200 (£100 early bird) Registration Fee | 33% off Live Online

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