ATTENTION ALL PERCUSSIONISTS! In celebration of the 5th Periscope Lesson Session, I’m issuing a #Huei5for5 Periscope Challenge. Between now and next Sunday, the challenge is to Periscope broadcast yourself practicing for 5mins for 5 days in a row. Dedicate each day to one of the lesson topics, referring to the handouts and video lessons found at hueiyuanpan.com/periscope. Participants will not be penalized for practicing more than 5 minutes 🙂
Lesson Page Links
Lesson 1 4-2-1
Lesson 2 Timing is Everything
Lesson 3 Hukadiks: Paradiddle-diddle Breakdown
Lesson 4 Left Hand Traditional
Lesson 5 Double Stroke Rolls
If we’re not folowing each other on Periscope before you start, be sure to let me know so I receive your alerts. You can also tweet me with #Huei5for5 @hueiyuanpan so I can catch your scopes (or at least the replays).
The winner will receive a free 30min Skype lesson and be featured on a #HueiScope. Share and encourage your friends to participate and keep helping us build the percussion community – good luck!
I’ve seen a few other GoPro broadcasts, but I think last week’s lesson may be the first instance of a Multi-camera Video Lesson on Periscope. Until I hear otherwise, I’m claiming the First GoPro drum lesson on Periscope 🙂
The idea is to give you an up-close perspective that you might have in a lesson, as well as a view from my perspective. As my friend Alan points out, this is something I wouldn’t be able to achieve even in a masterclass setting, considering students sitting in the last row.
Watch the next live lesson on March 20, 2016 at 7pm cst or catch the video replays hueiyuanpan.com/periscope. For future lessons on Periscope, follow @hueiyuanpan or view on your browser at https://periscope.tv/hueiyuanpan.
Thanks for sharing!