In answer to a question from a viewer at Aurora Entertainment in Costa Rica, Bryan Davis discusses how he approaches developing a good sense of tempo, and uses a metronome in his practicing. With tips on subdivision of the beat and it’s role in the Carmine Caruso instrumental method, there’s one thing we can say about this episode of #TrumpetQandA – it’s about time!!
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