How Musicians Are Taking Ownership Of Their Market By Giving First!

Simon Edgoose is a professional musician.

His one thing? He is one of the (if not THE) most in demand expert in electronic drums. Until a few years ago he was only working behind the scenes.

As one of my first coaching clients, my task was to get him online!

His site, edruminfo.com was born out of his brilliant ability to help drummers with their electronic drums. He’s hired by the worlds most respected drummers and bands.

His new website is full of high-value ‘free stuff’ for drummers and helps them at various stages of their playing journey.

It includes free downloads, recommendations, and some cool articles.

The real star piece of all this free content is his podcast. The eDrumInfo.com podcast features some of the hardest working players around, who sit at the coal face of dealing with technology and drums.

The first few episodes feature Simon in conversation with me, playing devil's advocate whilst establishing a basic understanding of the various elements of ‘e-drums'.

From there Simon moves on to interview, Jon Atkinson, Tom Meadows and most recently Matt Whittington about the very different ways they use electronics in their working lives as professional drummers, percussionists, and musicians. 

I'm really knocked out by how great these interviews are, and how useful they are to drummers of all levels who are interested in this stuff.

 You can find and subscribe to the edruminfo podcast on iTunes and find also links and show notes over on the website.

Audio is only 2nd to video in its ability to repurpose, and it’s far cheaper and easier to manage and work with.

Are you interested in finding out how to start a podcast?

Would you like to know how podcasting the right way, will help position you as the go-to person in your field of expertise, or area of interest?

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