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What would you like to learn?

Technique and Chop building exercises
36
23%
Endurance for the hands
8
5%
Rudiments
15
10%
Endurance for the feet
14
9%
Double Bass
18
12%
Independence/Syncopation
39
25%
How to Groove
15
10%
Basic Rock, Funk, Swing and Latin Grooves
9
6%
 
Total votes : 154

Postby Howepirate » Mon Jul 30, 2007 9:25 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Homki890 wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:I'm all for the independence too... though I wouldn't mind learning how to make my feet quicker at doing doubles and triples on a single kick.


I KNOW HOW!! Lol.

OK. How about this. Two lessons. One for the independence/syncopation, the main one. And a bonus one with some tricks, tips and random drumming doodods. Does that suit?

Homki890


Why thank you! ^_^ I know the heel-toe technique thingy... but I sense there is more to it.


JoJo Mayer method thingy?
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Postby phoenix7289 » Mon Jul 30, 2007 9:26 pm

Howepirate wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Homki890 wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:I'm all for the independence too... though I wouldn't mind learning how to make my feet quicker at doing doubles and triples on a single kick.


I KNOW HOW!! Lol.

OK. How about this. Two lessons. One for the independence/syncopation, the main one. And a bonus one with some tricks, tips and random drumming doodods. Does that suit?

Homki890


Why thank you! ^_^ I know the heel-toe technique thingy... but I sense there is more to it.


JoJo Mayer method thingy?


Don't know.
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Postby Howepirate » Mon Jul 30, 2007 9:29 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Howepirate wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Homki890 wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:I'm all for the independence too... though I wouldn't mind learning how to make my feet quicker at doing doubles and triples on a single kick.


I KNOW HOW!! Lol.

OK. How about this. Two lessons. One for the independence/syncopation, the main one. And a bonus one with some tricks, tips and random drumming doodods. Does that suit?

Homki890


Why thank you! ^_^ I know the heel-toe technique thingy... but I sense there is more to it.


JoJo Mayer method thingy?


Don't know.



Drummerworld.com find JoJo mayer and find the 2 black and white vids. They have a foot view. Fastest 1 foot singles i've seen
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Postby Howepirate » Mon Jul 30, 2007 9:47 pm

phoenix7289 wrote:
Howepirate wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:
Homki890 wrote:
phoenix7289 wrote:I'm all for the independence too... though I wouldn't mind learning how to make my feet quicker at doing doubles and triples on a single kick.


I KNOW HOW!! Lol.

OK. How about this. Two lessons. One for the independence/syncopation, the main one. And a bonus one with some tricks, tips and random drumming doodods. Does that suit?

Homki890


Why thank you! ^_^ I know the heel-toe technique thingy... but I sense there is more to it.


JoJo Mayer method thingy?


Don't know.




http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/jojomayerbasss.html
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Postby Homki890 » Tue Jul 31, 2007 10:08 pm

No, I'm ot talking about that. I can show you, but I have a different trick for some very fast doubles and trips if you're canny enough. Also show you how to work out the foot.

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Postby Rob Crisp » Thu Aug 02, 2007 9:24 am

I'd like to see video's on foot technique too!
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Postby Shade69 » Thu Aug 02, 2007 12:13 pm

I wanted to vote Independence/Syncopation
But I clicked the last.
So, reduct one vote from the last and put it in Independence/Syncopation
Or keep it in your calculation :?:
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Postby phoenix7289 » Fri Aug 03, 2007 1:52 am

Shade69 wrote:I wanted to vote Independence/Syncopation
But I clicked the last.
So, reduct one vote from the last and put it in Independence/Syncopation
Or keep it in your calculation :?:
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Postby metalhead94 » Fri Aug 10, 2007 9:23 pm

we will eventually need to learn all of them but one at a time so you freak out cuz you cant do all this at once.
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Postby TrunJun » Fri Aug 24, 2007 4:04 pm

i wanna learn an ac/dc song... err...

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Its not even that hard to play, its just hard to count! Fuck it!
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Postby richardallen » Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:11 am

I think there's a good didactical guide on the Virtual Drummer school, where explains the exercises for each subject or "skill" you want to develope...
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Postby Homki890 » Wed Aug 29, 2007 2:03 am

Ok gang, I've settled into college and I've got a good feel on how I want to run the lesson. I just need to do it and edit it, but know that production will be starting VERY SOON.

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Postby Antwonster » Sat Sep 01, 2007 4:02 pm

Can do something for new people? Just the basics? I'm really interested in playing the drums but I got no source to start off with. So, can you please help?
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Postby drummerfreek55 » Mon Sep 03, 2007 6:04 am

one thing I'd love to see a video for is speed drumming/extreme drumming but I'm planning to get Flo Mounier's DVD on it so no big deal if double bass doesn't win
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Postby EmbodiedDespair » Wed Sep 05, 2007 2:53 pm

I'm pretty solid when it comes to everything but Rudiments!

I know how to do a Swiss Triplet, hahaha...

and blasts at 230 bpm...
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