Well here we are entering our seventh week? Of lockdown. Some of the restrictions are very slowly being lifted and there is even talk of the kids going back to school before the summer holiday.
Unfortunately the likely hood of people being able to come back for drum lessons still looks to be some time away yet. As we mentioned in previous blog posts we are trying to keep peoples skills up to date by offering online lessons via video conferencing and also doing a regular live stream for the kids on a Wednesday morning. We are also busily creating content for the Ravebugs YouTube Chanel and hopefully will be able to offer an on line course in the near future.
Just as most other businesses are having to, we also must adapt to an uncertain future and explore different ways of doing things.
As always stay safe and see you again soon.
In these strange times, people, businesses and everything have to adapt to a new way of doing things. Here at Ravebugs we are no different, we have had to move all of our lessons online as well as doing weekly live streaming lessons and making a lot more of a YouTube channel.
As many of you know I am not just the teacher at Ravebugs. I am also a professional musician playing in many bands and the occasional show. During this lockdown period all music venues and shows have been forced to close meaning that the live music scene has effectively died a death. There are a few musicians still streaming their performances online, however as a drummer this is quite difficult to do. This hasn’t kept me from being behind the drum kit though. Good use is still being made of the studio by recording high quality drum tracks for songwriters and other musicians. Online sessions as these are known are a great idea for people who want to engage with musicians without he cost of renting recording studios or, as is currently the case, cannot travel.
Anyway that’s all from us this week. As always.
Keep safe and have fun.