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Artists

(in order of appearance on the CD)

 

  • Eric Stuer
  • Ganesh Anandan,
  • Layne Redmond and Tommy Brunjes,
  • Brendan Dunn,
  • Fern Filner,
  • Deen Collier,
  • Bill Smith,
  • Hyndla Kensdottir,
  • Eliana Gilad,
  • David Kuckhermann,
  • Jacky Ligon,
  • Rick Walker
  • Paul Marshall,
  • Kobi Hagoel,
  • Art Durkee,
  • N. Scott Robinson,
  • Emiliano Benevides,
  • Judy Piazza,
  • Peyman Nasehpour,
  • Bodhraness Catherine,
  • Dennis Maberry,
  • Mike Marcionetti,
  • Mauro Gatto,
  • Lynn Margileth,
  • Steven Rice,
  • Grant Smith







Paul Marshall -

Paul is the owner of Drumdojo and the Dojo Sites, He is responsible for writing and collating a lot of of the material that you see here on drumdojo.

Playing drumset since age 5, Paul has been a drummer on and off for most of his life. He plays every drum he can get his hands on. Paul works as an instrument designer, has designed many instruments for the Stomp orchestra and more recently in Holywood Movies. Paul is a prolific web designer and currently has a portfolio of around 40 business and hobby sites.



Articles by this Author:

SoundproofingSoundproofing
Great quality cost-saving solutions for all musicians and for drummers in particular. This is a massively complicated, and expensive, field yet there are several key steps that make big difference...
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Helmholtz Resonators
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EquipmentEquipment
This article is based on common knowledge on this subject, it reflects many issues that have been covered on the Shriners' Convention e-list, the RMMP newsgroup as well as facts and pointers obtained...
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The Chaal Rhythm for the Dhol & Beyond
Big thanks to my Bro Johnny Kalsi & The Dhol Foundation The following rhythms are presented for a right handed player , they should be reversed for a left handed player. The thin thilli...
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