Keith Carlock’s achievements prove that talent, skill, and determination is. Edition: DVD, Drums. Hudson Music proudly presents this interactive drum DVD featuring Keith Carlock performing with his trio and with backing tracks, and. Hudson Music proudly presents this interactive drum DVD featuring Keith Carlock performing with his trio and with backing tracks, and includes Keith answering.

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The Big Picture

Speaking into a camera and having to create perfect performances in a short amount of time can be a very high-pressure situation, in some ways even more stressful than a major recording. It was interesting to set up basically how we do in a club and record it professionally through a Neve board. This sticking can clearly be seen in the fourth measure of example Over the years, we really grew as a band, and as improvisers, and I really feel we found something very unique and special.

I think this DVD will appeal to drummers of all ages and levels and also to guitar and bass players alike. It contains the following: I think my time has gotten much stronger and dynamic control is more wide. Hudson been incorporating these features into all of its latest projects to try to make them as useful as possible for all drummers and drum teachers. It started as a side project recording tunes every now and then for fun, but we later decided it was pretty good, so we should put some stuff out and start playing around a little.

The projects performance highlights include an open drum solo and playing to pre-recorded Oz Noy and Rudder tracks as well as an unprecedented four-song set and clinic with Wayne Krantz guitar and Tim Lefebvre bass. That was my personal goal going into this, and I think we nailed it! I know there is a live performance with Wayne Krantz and Tim Lefebvre on ittell us about it.

Being an audience member at a Hudson shoot is like attending an all-day drum clinic. After a brief sound-check they launched into an intense set, stopping between songs to answer questions from the audience and explaining their approach to the complex music that they play.


It is a fun band, not too serious ya know? There picturre some plans in the works. Also, I never had to look right into a camera to speak. Carpock Bergamini takes up the story. After a long first day, the second day was devoted to filming Keith performing with Wayne Krantz and Tim Lefebvre, in bg trio that has been astounding audiences in New York City for over ten years.

Covering a wide spectrum of technical and musical concepts and offering a fresh perspective on the state of contemporary drumming, The Big Picture: They have set the bar in the instructional video tbe, so I had comfort in that, but also pressure to make sure I had my ideas and approach together as much as possible. During the course of the four-hour program, Keith displays the chops that have allowed him to take on these high-profile yet diverse playing situationsand top the Pop, Fusion, All-Around and Carlockk categories of the major drum magazines Readers Pollswhile sharing the knowledge that will allow viewers to become better drummers and more complete musicians themselves.

Also, I hope to finally do a solo project. All of this material and much more is played and explained in great detail on the Keith Carlock: It eventually turned into a steady Thursday night gig for us and we would rehearse at least once a week to learn music and work out ideas and conceptual stuff.

Hudson Music and Keith Carlock: Now that all of the footage has been shot, the process is actually only halfway over. With its wide range of subject matter and comprehensive coverage, The Big Picture provides a thorough view of Carlocks advanced approach to modern drumming as well as an overview of the fundamental skills that every drummer needs to play a full range carllck modern music.

Most drummers have cxrlock practised the skills required to come across on camera. I was amazed at the level of professionalism, and the Hudson team did a great job. All the while carlcok Hudson crew followed along with the outline from various positions throughout the studio. And I think we found a very cool approach that is a lot different than other instrumental jam blg out there. I put all these influences together in a way that works together, but hopefully sounds like me.

Playing shows consistently has helped my fluidity, finesse, and flow. Username Password Remember Me Lost your password? The entire crew is wired together to talk in real time on headsets, and communicate with the artist and cameramen out in the studio.


How did your origin and your college education contribute to who you are? Username Password Remember Me Lost your password? I am pleased with what we eventually got. I think this part of the video came out great and will be very interesting for musicians to experience. Other features include Hudsons crystal-clear digital video, super-high fidelity PCM stereo audio and multiple camera angles.

The Big Picture « Hudson Music

It sounded really good. How did you meet Wayne and Tim and could you let us known a bit into the trio and how you guys evolved over the years? Yes, we played several tunes and discussed our approach to the music pichure detail. It has been a great year, but I never complain if things are busy. The audience was able to ask questions not only of Keith, but also of Wayne and Tim. I spoke to the audience while the camera filmed that interaction.

You are a graduate from North Texas State and originally from Mississipi. Hudson Music founders Paul Siegel and Rob Wallis, along with co-producer Greg McKean and Joe Bergamini, began meeting with Keith around a year beforehand to start discussing topics and content for the DVD, as well tge all the organisational particulars that go into such a ,eith production.

After months of planning, the first day of the shoot arrived and drums were loaded in and set up, with Keith fine-tuning his equipment, supervised by Greg, Rob and Paul. The first day of filming was devoted to capturing Keith in all of the segments, with the exception of the sections where he would perform with Wayne Krantz and Tim Lefebvre.

As the outline developed, Greg took that information to create a budget and shooting schedule, attending to all the finer details such as scheduling the studio, contacting the film crew, and arranging equipment.