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  • Play Anything On Drums - Thrash Beats and Blasts

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    Learn how to shred

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  • 1 Hour Drum Practice Backing Track for Drummers - 120 BPM

    1:58

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    EPIC 1 hour groove Drum Play-along (with no drums) for a serious practice session @ 120 BPM

    BASS players' version

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    Any requests for other versions of Quist tracks without drums??

    Let me know!


    Other instrument groups can of course also play along to this track - and other tracks without drums!!

    It's a great way of sharpening your sense of time and building your strength of time keeping - rather than always relying on having the drums spell it out for you :)


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  • How to Play Drums & Act at Different Gigs - Free Drum Lesson

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  • System Of A Down - Chop Suey????MINIATURE DRUMS Cover in Shower Cubicle????

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  • Playing Bass WITHOUT Drums? Use This Trick And You Wont Even Need Drums

    6:52

    ►► FREE: Discover how to jump start your bass playing with the BAB Beginners Starter Pack & take your playing to the next level TODAY →

    Playing bass without drums is sometimes just totally unavoidable. Maybe you don't know any drummers. Maybe you've got neighbors who would go crazy if you tried to play with drums.

    Maybe it's as simple as not knowing any drummers that you could play bass with.

    Whatever the case may be, when you play bass without any drums, your role won't change too much.

    You'll still be playing bass lines and trying your absolute best to make them sound and feel as good as possible.

    But there is one little trick you can use to make it feel like there's a drummer there - even if there's not.

    Sure - it won't replace a drummer entirely, but it WILL make whatever bass line you're playing more percussive and give the impression that a drummer is there.

    Remember though, if there's no drummer, your internal time has to be rock solid and you need a good foundation.

    If that foundation isn't quite there for you yet, I have the perfect gift for you.

    It's called the BAB Starter Pack. It's a collection of some of the best beginner-friendly lessons from the Become A Bassist studio.

    It's 100% free and focuses on the 3 elements of bass playing that you should learn first: technique, groove and developing your ear.

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    Sign up on the form on that page and a minute or two later, the starter pack will show up ready for you in your inbox.

    As always, if you have questions about the lesson, leave a comment down below and I'll do my best to answer them for you.

    Good luck with the lesson and happy playing!

    Cheers,

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  • The Basics Of Playing Drums In 3/4

    19:19

    That’s so much for watching and supporting the channel! The verse of this video is Psalm 3:4.

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  • Run To The Hills - How to Play On The Drums

    14:02

    How To Play Run To The Hills On The Drums

  • Can You Learn Drums WITHOUT a Drumset?

    7:17

    → Conquer one-handed hihat 16ths in 5 simple steps. ✓ Download my FREE “Secret to Hihat 16ths” guide and discover how you can play 16ths at 80bpm!

    Can you learn drums WITHOUT a drum set? The truth is…you CAN. No, it isn’t ideal, but anyone can get started on the drums without a drumset if they approach this task with the right mindset. Mindset is everything with drumming. Getting your “mental game” on point is a massive step toward maturing as a drummer - even early on in your learning. Today I talk about 3 steps toward learning to play drums without a kit. If you can make the investment of buying a kit, don’t NOT buy one. But if you need to hold off, no worries. I hope my tips can help you out :)
    We kick off today’s discussion by talking about “musicality VS technique”, giving some examples of world class drummers we can learn from. Then we launch into the 3 steps toward learning the drums “musically.” These all center around learning from our favorite drummers and bands and building our drumming repertoire in a musical way. I hope this video helps you guys out, especially those of you new to the drums.

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  • Your First Drum Lesson | How To Drums | Stephen Taylor Drum Lesson

    8:36

    Your First Drum Lesson - How To Play Drums - DRUM LESSON -- Grab the lesson sheet music here:

    Here's some more beginner drum lessons:

    Easy Beginner Drum Fill System:

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    Learning anything new can be a challenge. This beginner drum lesson will hopefully help you get a great start playing the drums. This beginner drum lesson is meant to be your very first drum lesson. It will give you a foundation to start learning how to play the drums.

    I also give a TON of examples of songs that you can play this drum beat to. As soon as you learn this beginner drum beat (aka the Money Beat), turn on your choice of one of those songs and start drumming along. There's no better way to learn the drums than to play with music!

    Leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts!

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  • 12-Minute Double Bass Speed Workout - Drum Lesson

    12:29

    Today we check out how to improve your double bass speed and control as a drummer! Check out the full workout video and download the clicktrack + guitar pro files here:

    Almost all my students struggle with this at some point and this easy to follow workout really helps with improving your bass drum speed at tempos above 220 bpm.

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  • How To Play Drums

    1:3:33

    Current version of the electronic drum kit I am using in this video:
    Drum sticks I use (5A or 7A):
    Stick Control book:
    Another book:

    If you are starting from day 1 it should take approximately 1-6 years to learn everything in this video. If you have a better estimate leave a comment below. Practicing 1 hour per day, five days of the week, is better than practicing 5 hours on only one out of seven days of the entire week. If you practice 2-5 hours most days of the week and have a goal each time you practice and aren't exclusively messing around playing stuff you already know how to play, that will speed things up dramatically. It may not be a good idea to practice EVERYDAY, 4-5 days per week may be optimal but I am not sure.

    IN SUMMARY, here is what to do as a BEGINNER:
    - After mastering the foundational beat by playing it smoothly with no resistance, master many variations of the beat. This is includes adding kicks and snares in different positions (listen to your favorite song to get inspiration if you want), as well as mastering all those variations with 4th notes, 8th notes, AND 16th notes on the hi-hat/cymbal. Continuous 8th notes on the hi-hat might be easy to play but you might mess up when trying to play the beat with 4th notes instead! If you mess up, that is an opportunity to slow the beat down and work it out until you can play it at regular speed.
    - Master the RLRL hand pattern so you can play it as 4th/8th/16th notes smoothly from 80 to 160+ BPM - this takes hours/days/weeks/months+ of diligent repetitive practice. Practice other patterns in the same session, such as LRLR, LLLL, RRRR, LRRR, RLLL, LLRR, RRLL, LRLLRLRR, RLRRLRLL, LLLR, RRRL, etc. as well as hitting L and R both at the same time continuously as 4th/8th/16th notes. +/- velocity.
    - Learn to play many of the patterns above with just your feet.
    - Play patterns on your hands AND feet, simultaneously.
    - Master triplets, rolls, rim-shots (when on acoustic), flams, ghost notes, and a basic shuffle on the hi-hat and cymbal.
    - Mess around and have fun and play whatever you can/want, as well as playing along with songs you like, but know that you won't really be able to improve your speed without practicing the boring stuff listed above. Be able to play everything with and without a metronome or song.
    - Here is an example of what a really good practice session looks like:

    Some INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED level stuff:
    - Master playing two or three 16th notes as a single-pedal kick as it comes in handy.
    - Learn to play 16th notes on the hi-hat with one hand instead of two (see funky drummer video below)
    - Learn to play all your beat variations with triplets on the hi-hat
    - Learn how to play all beat variations using your left hand on the hi-hat
    - Master different stick holding positions
    - Master one handed rolls
    - Master metal brushes if on acoustic.
    - Be able to play different time signatures and styles, such as jazz, somba, etc. None of that is covered in this video. Only 4/4 time signature is covered here, but 3/4 and others can be learned.
    - Master your playing speed to 200+ BPM

    Some stuff you COULD practice but is IMPRACTICAL to practice 99% of the time:
    - Systematically master all possible stick/feet combo patterns.
    - Talk or sing while playing drums at the same time
    - Play with human voice:
    - Learn stick tricks, throws, floor-bounces while playing with the sticks on fire, blind-folded, outside as it is raining while doing ridiculous/unusual tricks like playing a 5th drum with a stick in your mouth, jumping, drumming while running, underwater, skydiving, in space, etc. with nails in the drum stick. You could MIDI-trigger your eye twitches

    Once you get all that you should be able to play pretty much anything possible with no resistance and be at God Mode 9000 of drums (Drum Independence), as there is nothing more you can really do to possibly progress further than that.

    If there is a beat in a pre-recorded song you want to learn how to play but don't know how to decipher what you are hearing, there are a few things you can do: 1- slow the beat down a lot ideally using software/hardware and try to figure it out on your own by listening carefully. 2- find an instructional tutorial video on YouTube that breaks it down for you. 3- go to a drum teacher and have them figure it out and teach it to you.

    Some beats for learning/study/inspiration:
    - Amen break
    - James Brown Funky Drummer
    - Bernard Purdie shuffle
    - Neil Pert solo
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    - DnB:

  • Learning To Play the Drums: Winard Harper

    14:30

    Please help support my work as the Jazz Video Guy:

    presents excerpts from the Drum Master Class presented by percussionist extraordinaire, Winard Harper, from the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival. For more Winard, please visit:

    Born in Baltimore in 1962, Winard had a natural affinity for drumming. He was encouraged to play the drums by his father, who noticed him beating on cans when he was three or four years old. At the age of five, Winard was developing his skills and making guest appearances with his older brother Danny's nightclub band. A turning point was reached when Winard heard a recording of Clifford Brown and Max Roach. It was then that he was irreversibly inspired to play jazz. I was fascinated hearing Max do the things he did playing with mallets and everything, he remembers.

    Early on, Harper continues, I transcribed a couple of Max solos, but I really just loved listening to him. He was a big influence as well as Art Blakey, and more so than anybody, Billy Higgins. The joy and the passion and his love of playing really made an impact on me. I could see similarities between myself and him, and then we became such great friends. A lot of the concept of my band was inspired by Billy. A lot of the African influences and different instruments I use in the band, Billy was always exploring as well.

    Constantly in reverence of his predecessors while remaining innovative in his own right, Harper has become one of the most celebrated drummers in jazz. He is a virtuoso on the drum set as well as the balafon, the West African equivalent of the marimba. Critics have written that Winard is as pleasing and entertaining to watch as he is to hear. As tasteful a drummer as one could ask for, according to Jeff Kaliss of JazzTimes. Franz Matzner recently wrote in All About Jazz that the sextet's performance culminated in an evening of fireworks with a sustained display of percussive pyrotechnics by Harper so rapid fire, so mind bogglingly dexterous, and so expressively diverse, as to be truly awe-inspiring. And in a Washington Post review, Mike Joyce said, Winard Harper's wonderfully orchestrated solos alone might have forced a corpse to grin!

    Harper's first major gig was with Dexter Gordon in 1982, and shortly thereafter with Johnny Griffin. It wasn't long before his drumming skills captured the attention of Betty Carter. He spent four years working with Ms. Carter's band, inevitably honing his jazz-as-entertainment sense of showmanship.

    With Betty I learned consistency and persistence, Harper recalls. Working with her prepared me to become a bandleader; I learned a lot about the business from her. When I left Betty's band, I came out with enough information to get the Harper Brothers on the way. She gave me the inside track on bookings, clubs, most of the places we worked were the same places I worked with her.

    During the 1980s while Winard worked as a sideman to such jazz legends as Ray Bryant, Abdullah Ibrahim, Pharoah Sanders and Clifford Jordan, he also laid the foundation for what would become The Harper Brothers band. He and his brother Philip launched a band that would blaze a brilliant trail both on the charts and on the international touring circuit.

    Man for man, The Harper Brothers Quintet ... is the most brilliant new jazz group of the new decade, declared Leonard Feather in his review of the band's Los Angeles performance in early 1990. Remembrance, the band's second album went to #1 on Billboard's jazz chart in 1991.

    Piadrum recording artist Winard Harper is one of the hardest working drummers in jazz today, not only leading his very exciting and hard-swinging sextet, but also continuing as an in-demand sideman. When not touring with his band, Harper continues to work and record with such artists such as Joe Lovano, Avery Sharpe, Steve Turre, Wycliffe Gordon, Frank Wess, Ray Bryant, and Jimmy Heath. His newest CD, Make It Happen, goes further than any of his previous six releases to highlight his talent as drummer, composer and bandleader.

    And now the Winard Harper Sextet moves to a new level of success. Not only is the band gaining increased air play around the globe, they regularly appear in festivals, on jazz cruises, in concert halls and in top jazz clubs, the Winard Harper Sextet is doing their part to bring the power of jazz to audiences everywhere. The response has been nothing short of remarkable. But then again, so is Winard Harper.

  • How to play only king forever on drums

    14:34

    That’s so much for watching, sorry again about the construction noise and for not posting the other videos. Have a blessed week and worship Jesus the only king forever through out it.

  • How The Haters Helped Me Play Drums Faster

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  • STOP Trying So Hard to Groove on Drums - Do This Instead

    14:19

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    Here's my complete time lesson, for more detail and context to these exercises -

    Something occurred to me the other day as I watched a Thomas Pridgen video:

    Grooving isn't about trying hard.

    In the video, Thomas plays opposite a less experienced drummer. The other drummer's trying *super* hard to groove, but it's obvious that Thomas' pocket is better.

    But Thomas wasn't trying at all.

    The whole thing reminded me of all the jazz face that happened at my old college after a visit from Marcus Baylor. We all furled our brows and tried to play serious groove for months after hearing Marcus.

    Did it help? Not at all. Unless our goal was to look, as Ralph Lalama used to say... Never mind. I'm not going to finish that sentence.

    It just so happened I was also listening to some Sam Harris podcasts this week on Dzogchen meditation - particular his interview with Mingyur Rinpoche.

    Dzogchen teaches that the fact that there isn't a duality between thoughts and the thinker - the locus behind the eyes as Sam calls it - is an insight available at a moment's notice to someone ready to receive it.

    Sam gives the analogy of realizing one wall of a restaurant is mirrors. Your perception changes, and you can't not see it after that.

    Mingyur's father, Tulku Urgyen, showed Sam the pointing out exercise, analogous to telling someone the walls are mirrors.

    I love how I don't need to retain people's attention in this written description, so I can make is as long as I want :P

    Anyway, what if trying hard to groove misses the point?

    What if Thomas and Marcus don't have better pocket because they're trying harder, but because they *see more clearly*?

    Well, then we'd probably approach the whole enterprise totally differently.

    This lesson suggests one way.

  • Play Drums like Stewart Copeland - The 80/20 Drummer

    21:51

  • AKAI PRO MPC ONE - How To Humanize Melodies & Swing Drums

    13:14

    A tutorial video about how to humanize melodies and add swing to drums in the AKAI pro MPC ONE. It's a simple process that will have your sequence sounding live (like a band). This is great for guitar strumming (considering you pick the guitar strum progression for realistic guitar playing!) or for a real piano player feel. The sounds I used for the instruments are a part of the F9 expansion. You need to register your MPC One at the official AKAI professional website to download. I highly recommend putting the expansion on a SD Card to save space (it's a huge library of sounds!). How do you feel about this tutorial? Please leave a comment below!

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  • How To Program & Sequence Drums In Logic X

    12:40

    In this video, learn the best way to sequence and program drums in Logic X using stock plugins and the Drum Machine Designer.

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  • African Drummers playing Djembe drums in Paris Subway HD

    11:34

    Busking African djembe drummers in Paris Metro. Nice drums rhythms from the roots. Djembe drum. PLEASE LIKE & SUBSCRIBE: Facebook: | YouTube:

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    One more video with this drummers:

    At the beginning it is Yankadi rhythm with accompaniments |B----bB-tT-b| and |S-St-tS-S--b|. Since 4:00 to the end it is Makuru rhythm. It is a classic composition Yankadi-Makuru. In arrangement there are also solo phrases similar to that of Mamady Keïta, maybe traditional ones for those rhythms. (Thanks to the neuroanimal for description in comments)

    Nice video to learn how to drum djembe.

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  • How to Play Jazz Drums 4 - The 80/20 Drummer

    11:32

    Get the transcription at that link!

  • How To Record Drums Like The Beatles In 1963

    6:51

    This is a video describing how Norman Smith (engineer at Abbey Road who recorded The Beatles until 1966) mic'd Ringo's drum kit in the earlier days of The Beatles. The technique consists of an STC 4038 (Coles 4038) and an STC 4033A.

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    Altec 639B Birdcage

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    Chandler Limited REDD47 Abbey Road Tube Preamps

    Everything played, sung and recorded by Clay Blair.
    Drums played by Brendan Peleo-Lazar
    Video recording and editing by Scott Dittrich

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  • How to master Boombap drums - Akai Mpc working the swing

    14:02

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  • How I Record LOUD DRUMS At Home

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    With the rising rents for studios room in Berlin I decided to learn recording & mixing drums in my little studio at home. But that doesn't mean giving up on quaility. Quite the contrary! With a VST plugin like Addictive Drums and some little mxing tricks you can blow up your drums to the limit! In this video I want to show you guys my drum mixing routine and how I edit drum samples easily.

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    06:45 How To Set Up Effects & Edit Samples for a Shoegaze Drum Sound
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  • How to Play Drums Faster

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  • How To Treat A Room For Drums

    44:45

    How To Treat A Room For Drums (Cheap & Practical) --

    DISCLAIMER: I am not an expert on this. These are simply practical (and cheap) tips for you to get a better sound in your drum room. If you are looking for a complete sound treatment manual, this is not that.

    See a comparison of a treated drum room vs. an untreated drum room here:

    This is taken from a live stream I did on the website. It's all about practical ways to sound treat your drum room. This IS NOT a tutorial on building a home studio. This IS a video full of a TON of practical and cheap methods for you to make your drum room sound 100 times better. I give you some free options, some cheap options, some DIY options, and some more expensive options.

    Leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts!
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    Cymbal Setup From Left To Right:

    All Zildjian

    Hats:
    16 EFX Crash on top
    16 K Light Top Hat on bottom

    18 Kerope Crash

    22 K Custom Dark Complex Ride

    22 Renaissance Ride


    Drums:
    Tama Starclassic Bubinga with Tiger Wood finish

    Sticks:
    Vic Firth 5A

    Drumheads:
    Aquarian
    Classic Clear on toms and snare resonant
    Response 2 on toms batter
    Hi-Velocity on snare batter
    Regularor (Ebony) on kick resonant
    Super Kick 10 on kick batter

    Alclair In Ear Monitors #StephenTaylor #BestDrumLessons

  • Play Anything On Drums

    4:05

    Learn how to literally play ANYTHING on drums. with Jamie Lewis.

  • Play Anything On Drums - Thrash Beats

    1:49

  • DRUMMING WITHOUT DRUMS - Drum Lesson #1 : Setup & Grip

    7:21


    First off, thanks for watching. I know it can be discouraging if you want to play the drums but don't have a drum set. That's where these lessons come in. If you take my lessons seriously and are committed, you can make great strides towards becoming a good drummer (which also means you'll have a solid foundation in technique and rhythmic knowledge). And kids, if you're hating on me for giving your parents a way to avoid the drum set, see my lessons as the opportunity to show your parents how much you're committed to playing the drums - that way they'll be more willing to get you a set (tip: play really hard and destroy their books!). Each lesson will be fairly short and serve as a stepping stone to the other lessons. Believe me, follow my techniques and you'll be surprised how well everything translates to an actual drum set. With that said, I hope you enjoy the lessons and I am open to any questions and/or comments you may have....until then, happy drumming without drums!!

  • How to Play Anything and Everything on Drums - 7 Essential Strokes

    1:31

    Seven techniques that will allow you to play anything ever. This is all you need to know to master the 40 PAS rudiments, and pretty much everything you've ever heard a drummer do. Sure, I may have missed your favorite trick, extended technique, or sound effect, but this is the basic stuff.

    NOT included on purpose: Rimshot, rim knock/click. stick shot, ping shot, rim tap, cross shot, freehand, snare scrape, lion's roar, anything with brushes. These are extra credit. These are not necessarily essential in my opinion. Are they cool? yes. Do they make you sound better? yes. Do I use them? yes. Should you learn all of them at some point? YES. Are they the essential basics to learn the drums? no.

  • How To Play Unstoppable God By Elevation Worship on Drums |

    14:34

    I did make a mistake in the chorus! The kick in the second bar of music is played no the & of 1 and beat 2! NOT beat 1! I hope this makes sense thank you for helping out in the comments!

    Thank you so much for watching! Here is your verse of the video Luke 18: 27.

  • How to Play Nothing Is Impossible by Planetshakers on Drums |

    20:14

    Thanks for watching this video and subscribing you guys are awesome and I love you! The verse for this video is Philippians 4:13.

  • Learn And Master An Animals As Leaders Song Without Drums or Drumsticks

    6:45

    With the majority of us staying home these days, some of us may be left without a drum kit. But who says drumming has to stop?! Watch as I try to learn, memorise and master a section of Cognitive Contortions by Animals as Leaders without drums and sticks. Here's what happened.


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  • How to play 7/8 on drums and be musical

    5:13

    Easing into odd time signature. In this case 7/8. It's important to make your odd time drumming pattern sound musical with a strong pulse.

  • How To Play Resurrecting By Elevation Worship On Drums |

    31:56

    Thanks so much for watching. Hope you had fun watching and learned something new. The verse of this video is Luke 24: 5

  • Youre TOO OLD to play the drums!!!

    4:16

    You're TOO OLD to play the drums!!! -- Did I start drumming too late? I get this drumming question a lot. It always makes me laugh. No...you're never too old or too young to pick up a musical instrument.

    Leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts!
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  • How To Play A Drum n Bass/Jungle Groove On Drums - Play-along Video

    6:22

    Video about ghost notes:

    Have fun please let me know if any questions, cheers :)

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  • HOW TO Play Drums like a PRO

    14:12

    1. Paradiddle Fill
    2. Fills Don't Pay the Bills
    3. Swipe those Cymbals
    4. Heel Down kick playing/burying the beater
    5. Hihat going at all times
    6. Quarter Note Pulse
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  • How To Play What A Beautiful Name By Hillsong On The Drums |

    20:03

    Thanks everyone for watching this video! Subscribe for more content like this in the future. The verse of today’s video is Colossians 3:5-11.

  • 3 Ways to Gain Confidence Improvising on the Drums

    10:33

    In this lesson Nick presents 3 exercises to practice and improve your improvising on the kit!

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  • How Playing DRUMS for FREE gets YOU PAID?! 3 Reasons

    8:53

    How Playing DRUMS for FREE gets YOU PAID?! 3 Reasons | I get asked A LOT about how to get paid playing the drums. This is THE #1 THING YOU CAN DO. Like, starting now. Playing the drums for free has so many advantages and very little downside.

    Leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts!
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  • HOW TO PLAY DRUMS FOR THE STUDIO

    8:49

    This video is about HOW TO PLAY DRUMS FOR THE STUDIO

  • How to Play LA BAMBA | Drum Lesson

    8:30

    Free sheet music for La Bamba drum lesson visit:

    This drum lesson shows you how to play the La Bamba drum beat. It's a very cool drum groove from 1958 in the rock and roll genre. But this one, played by Earl Palmer, has a latin vibe with the bell pattern. Which makes it super cool.

    And you probably will have to play this at a gig somewhere down the line so it's worth learning.

    This is a version of the drum groove that you can use and it will work really well. We also discuss how you could simplify it if you need to.

    If you want to go DEEp on the rock and roll drumming from the 1950s you can try it in the Total Drummer Academy. Try two weeks free in the Total Drummer Academy:



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  • How To Play The Amen Break On Drums

    9:34

    Absolute classic drum break, one of the most sampled in history!

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  • FULL LESSON: Smells Like Teen Spirit, Nirvana - Trinity Rock and Pop Drums Grade 6

    21:09

    Talk-through of the drum part from Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana, as it appears in Trinity Rock and Pop Grade 6.

    This is a completely epic series of drum grades for anyone wishing to learn the instrument in a structured, methodical and effective way while playing some of the greatest rock and pop tunes of all time!

    This version is very close to the original, and all the stuff here will work along with the Nirvana version.

    Book with free audio download of the track with and without drums is available here:



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    Have fun and please let me know if any questions :)

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  • Why are my drums out of time in GarageBand iOS?

    8:56

    How to fix timing of drums in GarageBand iPad and GarageBand iPhone using quantization.

    In this video, I give you some tips for getting your drums sounding in time and lining up on the grid in GarageBand by using (or not using) quantization.

    Drums often sounding out of time due to quantization being on automatically, so turning it off or changing the settings can improve your drums instantly.


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  • A Beginners Guide to Playing Drums

    7:31

    I made this video to create more drummers in the world. if you've always wanted to learn but never have, now is your chance! I break down the most simple groove so that no matter what age you are, you will have it down by the end of the video.

    Hope you enjoy! :)


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  • Lotus - Snake Island - Drum Tutorial

    11:03

    Drummer Mike Greenfield breaks down the beat for Lotus's Snake Island from the album Free Swim.
    Snake Island video

  • How to play accents on the drums.

    8:40

    Welcome, I hope this helps you learn to play accents using the 4 stroke exercise. Thanks for watching!

  • Seconds Out play Rush - Subdivisions _feat. Claus Hessler on drums.

    5:47

    A little rarity to celebrate the incredible gifts of Neil Peart ( September 12, 1952 – January 7, 2020 )

    I don't think many folks have heard Seconds Out playing anything but Genesis. So, here´s a little treat.

    Perhaps I´ll post more of us playing Rush or Floyd - odd things we sometimes got up to when we not playing strictly Genesis ...

    I may post more from this gig - it’s only following Mr Pearts passing, that I considered putting some of this show online. I asked for permission from the organiser, as it was a private concert, and much of the video included guests, so whenever the sound gets muffled and it switches to shots of Rush in their early days, that’s to hide where the cameraman panned over the guests.
    Regarding the drumming - Claus Hessler is an exceptional drummer. You may enjoy his other work.

    Enjoy.

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