Forum Lessons!

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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 dannydrumperc » Mon Oct 22, 2007 1:12 pm

Antwonster wrote: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?

Check out Bart Elliot's http://www.drummercafe.com. Here is the link to his "5 minute lessons":

http://www.drummercafe.com/content/category/5/15/19/

Quite good stuff.
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Postby lordjohn82 » Sat Nov 03, 2007 7:25 am

hey im a metal drummer who wants more diversity

i want to get into jazz and reggae. thought it would be interesting

hand drums also intrigue me. neone have some basic rhythms or tips on getting started?
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Re: Forum Lessons!

Postby stephenchong » Sun Nov 04, 2007 1:23 am

Homki890 wrote:I am giving a gift to the users of this noble forum. I will offer a lesson, free of charge, to all who wish to want one. It will be in written form, and will be accompanied by a video, if I can make one. This will be posted in the Drum Lessons forum. I, however, need to know what you all would like to learn. I'll make a poll of several topics in the drumming realm.

It is my pleasure and I hope you enjoy!

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Thanks man. I would like to learn techniques and endurance for my feet. :)
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Postby SheaD » Tue Nov 06, 2007 5:03 pm

Homki, u have any idea when u should be finished... and i presume you won't go thru the trouble of making an instructional w/o posting it up for everyone and anyone to see, so i won't even ask(i think i just did anyway, lol)

btw, thnx for doin this for us dude
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Postby bert » Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:59 pm

I know I need help, but I dont really know where to start.
The biggest thing I need is time
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Postby Antwonster » Wed Nov 21, 2007 4:47 pm

Hey when is the lessons gonna start anyways?
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Postby Metaldrummer89 » Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:51 am

independence/syncopation would be awsome. advanced time signitures would be good too.
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Postby Brother_Bong » Sat Dec 01, 2007 12:27 pm

Metaldrummer89 wrote:independence/syncopation would be awsome. advanced time signitures would be good too.

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Postby kylevater » Sat Dec 01, 2007 12:49 pm

groove and double bass
perfect combo
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Postby Homki890 » Sat Dec 08, 2007 6:59 pm

SheaD wrote:Homki, u have any idea when u should be finished... and i presume you won't go thru the trouble of making an instructional w/o posting it up for everyone and anyone to see, so i won't even ask(i think i just did anyway, lol)

btw, thnx for doin this for us dude


Nah, I thought I'd get your hopes up and then crush them. My little joke.

Kidding.

Guys, I'm really sorry it's taking me SO LONG to get this stuff up. The filming was done about a month ago, and the stuff was on my computer, when the computer decided to hate me, went BSOD on me, and dumped my entire hardrive into nothingness. Had to call HP, get some backup disks, basically refit my whole comp, which is partly reason why I've been adsent for a while also. The other reason was to research the Moeller Technique after that war I started. So, I have to redo everything, but it's looking like it'll be in time for Christmas, so it'll make an awesome gift to all of the guys here. Happy Holidays!

and BTW, I'm working on my double bass skills actualy, but I still suck so bad at it, lol.

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Postby BillRayDrums » Mon Dec 24, 2007 3:06 am

I posted a thing earlier that went like this:

RLLRL RLLRL

Yes, those are 5's (don't be skeered, say "Minn-e-a-pol-is")

Bass drum hits on the rights, bring the right hand to the snare for the second group (beat).

Now, invert it

RLRLL RLRLL

Same vibe with the bass drum.

Go with it. It's a kinda "lopey" shuffle feel, the both of 'em.
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Postby Gaddabout » Wed Dec 26, 2007 6:44 pm

BillRayDrums wrote:RLLRL RLLRL


I'm always up for brain twisters so I played your stickings with some variations over a baion ostinato. Mixing the phrasing between sixteenths, 8th note triplets, and sextuplets ... very, very fun. Never thought of 5s as all that interesting but I like your stickings here. Got something semi-authentic sounding with this accent pattern:

rlLrL

and

rlrlL

The triplets are a real mind mess over the baion because the tug space between the sixteenth and the triplet is ... I just have to hear it. Can't think about it ... mind ... overheating ...

Frank Briggs does some fairly unnatural things in groupings of 9s. But he's an alien and I can only compare myself with mere humans.
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Postby drumkingkid » Fri Feb 15, 2008 8:38 pm

Endurance!!!!!
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Postby xdoseonex » Wed Mar 26, 2008 9:03 am

what is this thread??
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Postby moteza » Wed Apr 23, 2008 1:36 am

Independence/Syncopation ^^
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