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Old 04-17-2010, 02:37 AM
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Default Re: Practice- To book or not to book

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Originally Posted by Drums101 View Post
I would say that I do the opposite. I spend 70% on things not related to a book, and 30% related to a book.

I think of books as not as important as performing or soloing. Books can help you improvise, but the best practice would be to just completely improvise on your own. To me, exercises in books are like going to practices for a sport. There important, but there not actually playing the sport.

So, both practicing with and without books are important, but I would practice more without a book.

Alright, I understand what you're saying. But what kind of things do you work on in your 70% non-book practice? What's a typical routine for you?

Thanks for the reply, by the way.
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