There is truth to this. At some point you have to practice at tempo. It is indeed the only way to gain dexterity.SiegeOfPower616":1cqawvwr said:the best way to improve your speed is by playing fast stuff.
Not everyone is out to play that kind of music, though. If you wish to play modern rock, jazz, blues, country, there's an important element of clarity of idea, clarity of phrasing, clarity of delivery. If you go straight for fast single strokes, you'll never get hired for those genres.SiegeOfPower616":ns9e4oh7 said:yes but theres playing fast and theres player Faaaaaaast.
i agree but really you should reach the speed you want exceed it get comfortable with that then you dont have to bother playing 40 or 60.
skip out the middle work jump straight in a speed ure drums off.
i dont use many rudiments and they dont giv a sense of continuity. and tbh sound quite slow.
the best way to play fast is single strokes at high speeds.
its the the most powerful way.
which is much better than using double's (cheating)