Online Drum Lessons via Skype, Zoom & Facetime

Online Drum Lessons via Skype, Zoom & Facetime

Since 2004, OnlineDrummer.com has been educating the drumming world through the power of the Internet. As technology has grown, so have our opportunities to connect with drum students in unique and more effective ways. Our online, one-on-one private drum lessons connect students with an experienced and highly-qualified drum instructor from any location with Internet access. Students improve their drumming skills with individualized instruction, direct feedback and a course-of-action tailored to meet their specific needs.

Your Drum Teacher:

Steve Ley - Drum TeacherSteve Ley – OnlineDrummer.com Sheet Music Team Director and Editor
Steve Ley is a professional drummer, teacher, writer and transcriber based in Sydney, Australia. Steve studied Music Performance at the top-ranked Australian National University earning a Dip. in Music with a concentration in Jazz Performance.

Required Equipment & Software:

Ages:

A majority of students that take advantage of our online lessons are adults, but younger students are also welcomed with parent oversight.

Lesson Format & Expectations:

Lessons are held once per week, and students are expected to practice between lessons.

Pricing:

Thirty-Minute Lesson:
$29 USD or $25 USD per lesson if prepaid for four lessons. Cancellations may be rescheduled.

How To Sign-up!

To begin taking one-on-one private lessons online, or if you have any questions, please send an email to lessons@onlinedrummer.com. Steve Ley will be in touch with you regarding scheduling and/or respond to any questions you may have regarding the online lessons.

If you need help installing and/or setting up the software or webcam, please email lessons@onlinedrummer.com to setup a free phone consultation.

Video Intro to Online Lessons by Nate Brown

How-To Guide for Drum Lessons Online

During these times of social distancing, many drum teachers and students are turning to live, online drum lessons. For many, the experience is brand new, and the barrier to entry might seem a little daunting. But, it really isn’t as challenging to setup for a valuable experience as you might think, both technically and educationally. In fact, there are some unique advantages to teaching and learning online.

View Our How-To Guide