Teacher: Chad Smith Length: 9 min Category: Secrets From the Pros, Vocabulary
This lesson is from Chad's course "Basic Rock Drumming Chads Way." Chad breaks down the foundation of a back beat and how to get the right sound.
Teacher: Matt Halpern Length: 7 min Category: Independence, Rudiments, Secrets From the Pros
This lesson introduces you to playing the paradiddle, sticking between your hands and feet to prepare you for grooves and fills.
Teacher: Joe Morello, Peter Erskine Length: 8 min Category: Secrets From the Pros, Vocabulary
Peter demonstrates drumming in odd time signatures such as 5/4 and 7/4 and then breaks down the classic jazz standard "Take Five".
Teacher: Buddy Rich Length: 14 min Category: Hand Technique, Secrets From the Pros, Technique, Vocabulary
This is a slow motion playback of one of Buddy's solos, exposing his unique technique.
Teacher: Gregg Bissonette Length: 3 min Category: Foot Technique, Secrets From the Pros, Technique
Gregg Bissonette demonstrates multiple ways to use the Tambourine Pedal to spice up your grooves and add more to the song without having two separate percussionists.
Teacher: Luke Holland Length: 4 min Category: Secrets From the Pros, Vocabulary
This Drum Channel exclusive shows Luke breaking down some of his incredibly impressive and creative drum parts from Play the Victim by his band The Word Alive, off of their album Real.
Teacher: Dave Elitch Length: 5 min Category: Secrets From the Pros, Vocabulary
Dave Elitch will show you a way of working on your ear training and improving your musical sensibilities.
Teacher: Cobus Potgieter, Peter Erskine Length: 55 min Category: Live Rebroadcast, Vocabulary
Peter Erskine gives Cobus Potgieter a lesson on how Rock drummers can begin to approach Jazz drumming.
Teacher: Adam Kuns Length: 29 min Category: Live Rebroadcast, Rudiments, Vocabulary
In this advanced lesson, we discuss the use of paradiddles in creating grooves and fills and adding variations to your playing.
Teacher: Adam Kuns Length: 22 min Category: Live Rebroadcast, Vocabulary
We examine various approaches to playing in 9. This covers the basic counting, dividing 9 in different ways and some common patterns and fills.