We’ve all heard of the dangers of texting while driving, but what about texting while playing drums?
You know what I’m talking about! You’re at band practice and your phone (which you rests beside your kit) lights up with a text message alert. As you are playing through the blazing chorus of a new tune from Hillsong you skillfully replace the stick in your hand with your phone (preferably an iPhone with Tempo).
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Is this perfectly acceptable – dropping what you’re doing to reply to a text message? Why or Why not?
I have an opinion but I want to hear what you guys think. Maybe we should all get our worship leaders to leave a comment too!
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I think its only okay if you not playing, like in “flowie” parts, between songs, or when the director is going over vocal arrangements. Heack ive done it during a worship set! i had to text the sound guy and ask him to turn up my click.
Not even coordinated enough to do this! 🙂
I will wait until the end of a song or when the vocals are going over parts.