VIDEO: Guide to Remote Session Drumming (part 3)

In the latest issue of Rhythm we present the final installment of our series explaining everything you need to know about setting yourself up as a remote session drummer. With improvements in technology and a reduction in the number of studios booking real drummers, a lot of session drummers are taking things into their own hands by setting up studio spaces and building a healthy online client base.

In this part, we look at one of the most important part of any session drummer's life - the music. Ralph Salmins, Russ Miller and Cliff Jones help James Hester uncover the key skills required to deliver a killer drum track that serves the music and keeps your client happy!

Take a look at part one and two of the accompanying videos below. Part three of the feature appears in the Summer issue of Rhythm...

Chris Barnes

I'm MusicRadar's eCommerce Editor. In addition to testing the latest music gear, with a particular focus on electronic drums, it's my job to manage the 300+ buyer's guides on MusicRadar and help musicians find the right gear for them at the best prices. I dabble with guitar, but my main instrument is the drums, which I have been playing for 24 years. I've been a part of the music gear industry for 20 years, including 7 years as Editor of the UK's best-selling drum magazine Rhythm, and 5 years as a freelance music writer, during which time I worked with the world's biggest instrument brands including Roland, Boss, Laney and Natal.