CAJON WITH BRUSH 1 - POP AND ROCK
Learn the percussion instrument that will allow you to play any rhythm or style
The Afro-Peruvian CAJON is the most widely used Afro-Peruvian musical instrument in the 20th century. Learning Renato Martins' original and innovative single brush technique will provide you with skills that will allow you to play ANY rhythm or style on the CAJON.
The CAJON WITH BRUSH 1 course introduces the technique to you and gets you playing some of the most used POP and ROCK patterns, perfect for getting started with the technique and progressively improving your hand independence.
DO YOU PLAY CAJON ALREADY? TAKE YOUR CAJON PLAYING TO THE NEXT LEVEL USING A BRUSH AND INCREASE YOUR CHANCES TO GET MORE GIGS!
Be ready to have your CAJON replacing a traditional drum kit! And what if you could play a drummer's role in a band? YES, YOU CAN!
- GET MORE GIGS
- BE A CREATIVE PERCUSSIONIST
- IMPROVE DRASTICALLY YOUR HAND INDEPENDENCE
- ENRICH YOUR RHYTHMIC VOCABULARY
- 1 SINGLE PAYMENT = FULL ACCESS FOR LIFE
- 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Discover Renato's Cajon with Brush technique
- Lessons and video player instructions
- Cajon with Brush strokes and notation
- Correct Cajon posture to avoid pain and injury
- Cajon with Brush technique intro lesson
- Pop and Rock patterns (50, 70 and 90 BPM exercises)
- Pop and Rock patterns – variation 1 (50, 70 and 90 BPM exercises)
- Pop and Rock patterns – variation 2 (50, 70 and 90 BPM exercises)
- Pop and Rock patterns – variation 3 (50, 70 and 90 BPM exercises)
3 hours and 51 minutes of video
TOTAL NUMBER OF EXERCISES:
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The Brazilian world-class percussionist, educator and former Cirque du Soleil artist Renato Martins is described as an innovator of Brazilian percussion and is considered one of the most internationally respected percussion artists in the world.
Renato Martins continuously creates new techniques for traditional instruments such as the Udu and the Cajon. He sees all objects as potential instruments and has also been known to use entire sets of kitchen utensils in his exploration of sound. Anything he finds that produces sound has been hit, plucked, struck, shaken and scratched in his pursuit of musical reinvention.
- PLAYING AND TEACHING PERCUSSION FOR +30 YEARS
- ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
- LATIN PERCUSSION ARTIST AND OFFICIAL CLINICIAN
- AUDIX MICROPHONES ARTIST
- ZOOM ARTIST
- SOUNDBRENNER ARTIST
- BOX PERCUSSION FOUNDER