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Drum Technique For Flow – RELAXED INTENSITY

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To enter the ZONE, it is our technique that will either open the door, or slam it shut. TENSION is the enemy, and this can prevent us from reaching our true potential on our instrument. How you move is how you groove!

*This clip was taken from the masterclass ‘Drum Technique to FLOW STATES’, watch it HERE: http://bit.ly/DrumTechniqueToFLOW

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modus factor LIVE @Waterloo Jazzfest | JEET KUNE FLOW

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This is a very different version of Jeet Kune Flow (from the album ‘The Picasso Zone’ on Browntasauras Records) that shows how these songs are launchpads for creating something in the moment that has never been done before, ending up unique every time. Ian DeSouza (bass) was on fire here, and as usual was kicking my ass to go the edge of my limits. Brownman is his typical force of nature here, riding the wave of improvisation to get us in to the ZONE. This song is inspired by the heartbeat of a groove that makes you move, with the spirit of Bruce Lee’s philosophy of Jeet Kune Do: Simplicity, Directness, and Freedom. This captures the spirit of modus factor, as we strive to always reinvent ourselves every time we play, going boldly into the future.

This song was taken from the Waterloo Jazzfest performance, see the full show HERE:

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Chris Lesso: drums

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The Focus of your NOW: Zooming IN and OUT

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We often hear about staying in the NOW, the ever changing present moment. To do this, let’s use our focus to zoom IN and OUT.

The micro, the granular, the mundane small baby steps, is ZOOMING IN. I use this when I feel overwhelmed, and ask ‘what small action can I do right now in this moment?’ There is a Native American story of a boy that rides a canoe too far off shore, and sees a storm coming. As the water gets rougher and more turbulent, he looks out and sees an endless view of huge waves stretching out before him, as far as the eye can see to the horizon. As he looses sight of land, he has a sinking feeling; he is going to die out here. But he changes his focus to one wave at a time, just more one wave. He tells himself ‘don’t go under, keep your balance just for this one wave, that is all that exists, one wave at a time.’ This went on over and over for some time, and eventually the storm subsided, guiding him back to dry land. Had he focused on all the waves at once, the strength would have drained from him, and he would have drowned. Zooming IN is all about asking ‘what small action can I execute RIGHT NOW?’

Zooming OUT, is the macro, seeing the forest for the trees. Ask, does this really matter in the long run? How will I remember this in 5 years? What is my WHY, my guiding north star? Detach, don’t get pulled into the emotion of the moment, the noise of your ego. I can remember playing the Sonor Drumfest a couple of years ago. As my band modus factor played, I looked over and saw one of my drumming heroes Steve Smith watching me a few feet away! This was a good time to stay in the present moment and zoom in and out. Zooming IN I focused on what Ian the bass player was creating in that moment, and myself playing a simple groove to support him. Zooming OUT, I focused on the overall energy in the room, the SERVICE of what drumming and music is about, and my WHY of doing this in the first place. This saved me from getting ripped out of the present moment, and getting pulled into thinking ‘I hope I play well, I need to show Steve what I can do, I better not mess this up, oh why did I just play that fill’ and other similar drowning thoughts. I was able to be at my best, and keep my focus where it was best to serve the music and the song. Use zooming IN and OUT in your own way to stay in the power of your NOW… this is what true focus is about!

 

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Challenging Tradition: OPEN HANDED DRUMMING = Freedom & Creativity

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I once saw a very young student enthusiastically sit down at the drums and start jamming, smiling and having a blast! But in stepped in his well meaning parent, ‘correcting’ him by crossing his arms to play in the traditional way, because he thought it was ‘right’. Don’t forget the 2 rules in drumming: #1 ‘There are no rules’ #2 ‘Follow rule 1’! The consequences of every choice we make either gives or takes away our freedom, expression, and efficiency.

Is there anything wrong with crossing? Of course not! But it CAN limit freedom, develop bad habits, and slow the progress of the weaker side. Here’s something I learned (the hard way) after playing 17 years crossed: it is VERY challenging to play open handed after crossed, but very EASY to play crossed after open handed. If you are an educator reading this, PLEASE consider teaching your brand new students open handed, and then letting them cross if they like the look, the vibe, and the feel of playing crossed. Our job as educators is to EMPOWER our students! At the end of the day, our SOUND is the only thing that really matters, so give your students and yourself more freedom and creativity by constantly challenging tradition! The world of drumming and music is bigger than any one person; the landscape of rhythm, art, and sound will be become richer, and will keep our craft evolving into the future.

*This clip was taken from the masterclass ‘Drum Technique to FLOW STATES’, watch it HERE: http://bit.ly/DrumTechniqueToFLOW

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They Don’t Have the Power, YOU Do

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“The ones who pioneered these paths aren’t our masters, but our guides. Truth stands open to everyone; it hasn’t been monopolized.”  Seneca

A trap we can fall into is thinking ‘THAT person has all the answers’, but if you dig you’ll see the lineage of ideas that are being constantly reinvented. It all comes from somewhere, that person didn’t make it up! There is nothing new under the sun. What IS new is ancient knowledge being filtered through YOU. This gives you the power, and no one else. The first line of Seneca’s quote ‘the ones who pioneered these paths aren’t our masters, but our guides’ is almost exactly like Bruce Lee’s quote ‘a good teacher functions as a pointer to truth but not a giver of truth.’ No one owns this stuff! What’s empowering is that when you express these things, you can’t help but put your own personal stamp on it, your unique mode of expression. John Bonham didn’t invent those ideas on the drums, but he did them with his own flare. We all naturally do this without even thinking about it anyway, we can’t help but be ourselves! There are no idols; no one is coming up with any of this stuff, but only reinventing it through their own lenses, with infinite variations. So do the research, know your history, go deep into the ancient knowledge, then stand up and do YOU.

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How To Get Better As You Get OLDER

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I love to learn, from the greats in the craft of drumming to anyone in life. I recently was watching a beautiful solo by the awesome Simon Phillips, and I was thinking he is just getting better and better with each passing year. His musicality, storytelling, dynamics, expression, the depth of his artistry is expanding all the time. I don’t know if it’s my imagination, or it’s as I get older myself, but I really think people’s ‘peak’ knows no more limits of age. The old school was looked at as ‘you can’t teach an old dog new tricks’, which cutting edge brain science as recently as the 1990’s proved wrong. The brain is not hard wired at a certain age and then decays, but is plastic and grows over time, it just depends on 3 key habits:

  1.  How you look at things
  2.  What you put in your mind
  3.  Your lifestyle

Thinking ‘oh, you’re 50 now, this is the beginning of the end!’ is quite simply a MIND VIRUS. Don’t participate! There are so many examples of people kicking ass more and more with each passing year. I love the work of Jordan Peterson, Jocko Willink and many others that are completely reinventing themselves to show up at heights that they previously never imagined possible. There are also cultures out there very different than the west that don’t revere youth, but idolize the elderly. I can remember my drum lessons with Jim Blackley who was in his 80’s at that point, and just by his way of life demonstrated to me that getting older is something to look FORWARD to, and that our best days are ahead (‘Each year is better than the last’ he would always say around his birthday). If you can just STAY ALIVE, you will probably live to see an age (coming very soon) where health science will transform the norm into living well past 100 (Ray Kurzweil from Google is doing so much great work in this area).

Here’s what NOT to do as you get older, so you can be amazing at 100!

  1.  Don’t rest on your laurels
  2.  Don’t stay in your comfort zone
  3.  Don’t fill your mind with stories and beliefs that your best days are behind you
  4.  Don’t see the same people day after day, seek new experiences and challenges!

 

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Who was Vic Firth as a person?

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LTR means Life Through Rhythm… who we are in our character, the words we speak, our every action, THIS along with mastering our craft creates who we are as artists and as people. Vic Firth was such a great example of this! When you look at the name Vic Firth, we think of high quality drumsticks to help our expression on the drums. But take the time to find out who Vic was as a person as well… we can then see the connection of his consistency, excellence, service, and humility demonstrated in his character, and how that affected every thing he put his mind to and every person he came in contact with. Vic represented excellence in all areas, and touched so many lives in his time here. He left an amazing legacy in music, education, and craftsmanship, but also in the way he showed deep character in the way he lived his life and affected all who crossed his path.

*This clip was taken from the masterclass ‘Drum Technique to FLOW STATES’, watch it HERE: http://bit.ly/DrumTechniqueToFLOW

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Drum Technique Masterclass to get into FLOW STATE

Technique is the HOW of what we do, the study of MOVEMENT. Flowing motions equals a flowing sound, so ‘how you move is how you groove’! This is not about getting as fast as we can or competing with other drummers, but about SELF EXPRESSION, and removing any barriers in the way of you sounding like your best self on your instrument.

Once we get out of our heads and into the movements, intuitively reacting to the PRESENT MOMENT, we use our instinct as a tool, which is much more powerful that having to critically think out every part of what we do. This opens the door to getting into flow states when we play the drums. Playing from THE ZONE is the most fun we can have when grooving on the drums and in life!

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modus factor LIVE @ The Rex | 05.30.18

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modus factor is playing at The Rex! Wed May 30th we will be playing songs from The Picasso Zone (Browntasauras Records) as well as an improvised set of grooves, tones, explorations, soundscapes… even WE don’t know what will happen, and that’s what makes playing with these guys a powerful experience every time.

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Chris Lesso | Drums
Ian DeSouza | Bass
Brownman | Trumpet

Drum Technique Masterclass to get into FLOW STATE | Chris Lesso

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Technique is the HOW of what we do, the study of MOVEMENT. Flowing motions equals a flowing sound, so ‘how you move is how you groove’! This is not about getting as fast as we can or competing with other drummers, but about SELF EXPRESSION, and removing any barriers in the way of you sounding like your best self on your instrument.

Once we get out of our heads and into the movements, intuitively reacting to the PRESENT MOMENT, we use our instinct as a tool, which is much more powerful that having to critically think out every part of what we do. This opens the door to getting into flow states when we play the drums. Playing from THE ZONE is the most fun we can have when grooving on the drums and in life!

 

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‘Shyness Blocks Learning’: A Gregg Bissonette Story

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Shyness kills learning! We only have so much time on this earth to grow, and it will go FAST. Whether you are introverted or extroverted, shyness is something to overcome if you will get the most out of every opportunity. This is especially true when having the courage to approach your heroes to seize the moment, because once it’s gone it will NEVER come back. Fear of the MOMENT will pass, but fear of REGRET will last a lifetime. Never worry if you are asking a ‘stupid question’; be bold, approach your heroes, and go for it!

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Arambhashura = ‘Hero In The Beginning’

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It’s a lot easier to rock things at the beginning rather than in the middle or the end! Boredom, self doubt, and challenges set in after the enthusiasm and newness has worn off. We all get that rush at the beginning of DISCOVERY… a new book, course, plan. What’s wrong with this? NOTHING, you are searching, growing and learning! Enjoy the moment. BUT, progress is done in the INNER and never the outer. Improvement is quick in the beginning but WILL level off, and this is where the REAL work begins.

We need to work the muscles (and they are muscles) of Grit, Discipline, and Perseverance to achieve anything worth fighting for. Remember, when you see someone that it looks easy for someone else it is an illusion… every nuance is EARNED, clawed and fought for every step of the way.

When our endeavour is at it’s most challenging and we want to quit, this most is EXACTLY the time to KEEP GOING! Our brains are hardwired for the dopamine rush of a quick fix, and it’s hard for us to see the MACRO instead of the MICRO, to detach and see the longterm game. Yes, it MAY take you 5 years, but 5 years will pass whether you like it or not, or whether you start now or later. Instead of the lottery ticket, wealth is built with small consistent deposits at a time, and the payoff comes a lot later.

During this process, you will ask: Why am I doing this? Can I do this? Is this worth it? This means you are on THE PATH. So don’t quit, and be the hero that stays the course when it’s not fun. Boredom, frustration, and doubt are your friends on this journey; this is from the mundanity of consistent actions done over and over and over and over again, and is where true mastery lives.

 

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modus factor | ‘Brownian Motion’ LIVE with special guest Brad Cheeseman

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This was a performance that closed the last DDI Drum Day Intensive. At that time, modus factor’s bassist, artist, personality, irreplaceable genius Ian DeSouza was away in India, so who to get on bass? modus factor is all about being YOURSELF through your instrument, becoming a strong unmistakable personality that blends with the team, so this couldn’t just be any excellent bass player. I like the word OUTSTANDING, as ‘someone who stands out’, and that’s Brad Cheeseman. We performed ‘Brownian Motion’ (from the album ‘The Picasso Zone’ on Browntasauras Records) and it felt awesome to play this with Brad, who brought his own ideas and vibe to the song.

modus factor is strong on improvisation and being in the moment, so whomever plays in the band will leave their mark on the song… we are definitely not a ‘jukebox’ type band, playing the same version of the song over and over. The performance was a really cool version of this song that went into ‘blue ocean’ unknown territory, from a roar to a whisper and back. Check it out, enjoy it, share it, and connect with us!

The LTR Drum Line | DDI Drum Day Intensive

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As drumset players, we don’t often get the opportunity to feel the powerful synergy of playing drums together as a group! That’s what the LTR Drum Line is all about. In this exciting process, students are learning rhythms from around the world, sharpening team building and listening skills, and expressing their creativity through drumming. We come together to write a piece that is unique, showcasing ideas from every one of our drummers. Enjoy this piece, and share it with someone that you know would benefit from the power and joy of drumming!

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The Martial Arts Of Drumming: ‘How You Move Is How You Groove!’

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Music is more about the MOVEMENT and SPACE between the notes, rather than the notes themselves. In drumming, I call this ‘the martial arts of drumming’. How you move is how you groove!

When you play drums, even if you tried you can’t help but sound like YOU. This comes from how you glide through in the air between your notes. Your movement creates your sound! Think of the rhythms we hear as the final product, the tip of the iceberg, but the movement and space in between is the depths beneath that makes the outcome possible. Video yourself and get a mirror to analyze your movements to see what is serving you and what is getting in the way of your personal and unique expression.

TENSION is what will hinder you; relaxed intense motions will create relaxed intense sounds. In drumming the Moeller stroke really epitomizes this movement in an efficient and beautiful way, where our drumming becomes a dance. Many drummers just listen to their final sound, but by this time it is too late, as the movement has already happened. That’s where the magic is! Think of your own personal ‘martial arts’ of MOVEMENT and SPACE in your drumming and life!

BREAK Your Winning Formula, with Stewart Copeland

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‘Know the rules to break the rules.’ Question everything, stay curious! This to me in drumming and life is embodied in Stewart Copeland. His drumming and attitude was a bombshell which challenged me to be bold, break the rules, and be myself. I love his concept of ‘why do I have to always play a backbeat?’ He challenges the norm, and walks the path of true expression, authenticity, and individuality.

If you adopt this attitude to the next level as a LIFESTYLE, you will regularly REINVENT yourself by breaking your winning formula. Those around you may think you are crazy, but you are following your gut INSTINCT. Using the ‘break things’ protocol, you will consistently question, challenge, and alter your winning formula. Here are some action steps:

1) Take your influences from unconventional sources. Look where no one is looking, and go where no one is going!

2) Live on the edge, where you are uncomfortable. This means you are growing! Go into the blue ocean of the unknown. This is where growth happens, on the cutting edge!

This is where the success of your winning formula will actually HURT you, because you are staying where it is safe, where others have been.

Always stay hungry, stay uncomfortable, stay great!

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History, Humour, and Not Giving A F**&

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I just watched a great special on Netflix, ‘Standup For Drummers’ by Fred Armisen. This was a fun reminder for three essential concepts: history, humour, and finding the balance of ‘caring so much we find the zone where we don’t care’, or not giving a f**&. Let’s get into all three concepts, then dive in and enjoy watching this special.

The history of the drumset is about a century old, but you can go deeper. Drummer Steve Smith is an enthusiastic student of history, and he recommended a book called ‘Blues People’ by Leroi Jones that goes back all the way to the 1600’s and roots of slavery, which is tandem to the history of the drumset and modern music. So, you can go back as far as you want! Drums are the original human instrument after all, perhaps after the voice. This richness found in the past gives us an understanding on how things evolved to the way they are today. One of my favorite reasons is the uncovering of all the great music, stories, and characters that make up the past one hundred years. Ironically, knowing your history also gives you a firm foot towards the FUTURE, because you are seeing more clearly with detachment, and can now question the present, seeing with fresh eyes. Let’s be curious and constantly question everything, allowing us to reinvent ourselves and live on the edge of our abilities to uncover our truest potential. This is not a comfortable place to live, but the rewards are great! This is true self expression of YOU, and not letting your voice get lost in the crowd of mediocrity.

Let’s not forget to LAUGH! Drums are supposed to be fun… that’s why we PLAY the drums! With such a challenging instrument, we need to keep our sense of humour. And, let’s see the ridiculousness of what we doing, hitting things after all! I have been lucky to spend time with some of the elder legends of drumming, and you always see a strong sense of humour in the greats of our craft.

As for ‘Not Giving A F**&’, what does this mean?? This is the yin yang of the balance of art, meaning we care so deeply about improving our craft, that we need to live slightly in the space of thinking (almost pretending) that we DON’T care about the outcome. There is the yin yang of a balance of the two sides, finding a little of both in each, because this is admittedly a bit of a paradox. But no one can strangle an ability to grow, force ideas, or to make an outcome happen out of sheer will. We need to let go, surrender, and trust our instincts. Saying ‘F-it’ is where great art lives. Go for it and trust yourself! BELIEVE. Not knowing what is going to happen, following a crazy idea, and surrendering to the process when you listen to your gut, feels scary! But this is the only place where true innovation lives, in that split second of taking the leap off the cliff. After all, what’s the worst that can happen?? Let us create fearlessly.

Watch this comedy special, let the world melt away, and then learn, laugh, and create!

 

 

 

The 10,000 Reps Mindset to Drums

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If you can last through the mundanity of the 10,000 reps mindset, you will open the floodgates to a freedom that you can’t even imagine! The best in the world all have this self discipline, from Bruce Lee, Frank Sinatra, and Kobe Bryant. This is about getting to the state of ‘non thinking’ by doing so many reps that you free up your mental bandwidth to unlock our peak creativity through FLOW, and being fully in the richness of the present moment to respond and react to all that is available to us. The 10,000 reps mindset is also about SURRENDERING to the process by cultivating patience, living our practice as a true LIFESTYLE with no ultimate destination, and not rushing the goal towards the paper tiger of perfection.

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Come As You Are

This idea was born from students coming to my studio thinking they had to live up to a certain level, or come in a good mood, or come to play well. That’s great if it happens, but also show up tired, in a bad mood, not feeling like playing, not at your best. If our practice is a LIFESTYLE, we can’t judge ourselves, or try to live up to perfection. We just need to SHOW UP consistently, and accept the situation with perfect EFFORT, not results. Drums have a magic that way, in that when you start MOVING, playing, and getting out of your head and into the rhythm, you will always leave better than you came. The challenge is coming exactly as you are… just showing up, taking ACTION. Just knowing you showed up on THE PATH feeding your potential, you may not always hit the mark, but your consistent actions will give you more confidence over time than you can imagine.

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We Fall To The Level Of Our Training

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‘We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, but fall to the level of our training’. Using the power of positive thinking alone amounts to magical thinking, and worthless in real life when the PRESSURE IS ON. Craft your daily practice to train your body and mind, so that even on your worst day, you will keep your standards high and deliver quality to those around you and the world.

This is a clip from LTR podcast #6 ‘Lessons From Dying: Drummers In Cars Getting Coffee with Aubrey Dayle & Chris Lesso’, see the full episode HERE:

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