#2
Depends on you; your schedule and flexibility, and also the rest of the bands schedule.

Edit: Sorry, that was overly vauge. Look at it this way; it shouldn't be to the point where the first thing you worry about for practice is getting there. If just getting there is your major concern, then it will most likely, in the long run, distract from the practice overall.
Last edited by herby190 at Jul 31, 2009,
#4
My limit is nowhere.

I'm the drummer, I'm going no-fucking where.
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#5
anything further then 45 mins is too much, and that's only if i'm certain it's absolutely the right project for me.
#6
i drive an hour to an hour and a half for my band. however, i am the main songwriter/guitarist/singer and the only other member is the bassist who is my longtime friend. and i only drive because he doesn't have a car and our practice spot is in my old house, so i can also visit family and such
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#7
Guiding principle.... "is the pain worth the gain?"

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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