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Soundproofing

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 with a particular emphasis on musicians' needs

There are many resources available to you, but only really a couple of methods of physically reducing the sound of instrument practise. Those are indicated here onsite,



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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:

Djembe SkinDjembe Skin
Djembes are traditionally fitted with the skin of a goat.  There are a number of options and factors to be considered when purchasing a skin for your djembe. Size. The majority of...
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Sound DefinedSound Defined
So, what is sound? If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it still make a sound?. No. Until there is an ear there is no sound! Sound only qualifies as such...
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Shaping a djembe bearing edgeShaping a djembe bearing edge
Shaping a Djembe Bearing Edge  The bearing edge is one of the most critical factors in determining the sound that comes from a djembe, it is also one of the most vulnerable areas. The...
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Learning Zone
This is the area of Drumdojo where information and exercises will be available. Drum teachers and writers can include sample lessons of their work, links will be available to their main sites for follow...
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