Teacher: Thomas Pridgen Length: 5 min Category: Foot Technique, Practice Tips, Secrets From the Pros
Pridgen demonstrates the techniques he developed for playing three notes in a row as fast sixteenths or triplets, including an explanation of the slide technique.
Teacher: Bob Gatzen Length: 8 min Category: General, Secrets From the Pros
Bob shows his unique 3 snare drum setup and how he uses them as seperate instruments with compound strokes.
Teacher: Curt Bisquera Length: 3 min Category: Fills, Secrets From the Pros
In this lesson, Curt explains some tips on how to make your fills groove by playing dynamically and using accents.
Teacher: Adam Kuns Length: 21 min Category: Live Rebroadcast, Time Keeping, Vocabulary
Lets see how we can use the crash cymbal to enhance your dynamics and intensity level in a way that is both musical and stylistically appropriate.
Teacher: Pete Lockett Length: 6 min Category: Percussion, Secrets From the Pros
Pete lockett is a world-renowned percussionist who will show you the basic sounds and techniques that you should know when starting to play cajon.
Teacher: Stephen Perkins Length: 20 min Category: Free, General Free
If you want to know everything about setting up your drums, "Jane's Addiction" drummer, Stephen Perkins, will guide you step by step to doing so.
Teacher: Thomas Pridgen Length: 8 min Category: Hand Technique, Secrets From the Pros
Pridgen discusses how holding the sticks can influence the style of your music.
Teacher: Bob Gatzen Length: 7 min Category: General, Secrets From the Pros, Tuning
In this lesson, Bob Gatzen discusses how changing your setup will change your sound which will help you discover your style.
Teacher: Curt Bisquera Length: 5 min Category: Beats / Grooves, Secrets From the Pros
Curt talks about how to groove and lock in with the bass part. He also demonstrates the importance of emphasizing the "one" in certain styles.
Teacher: Adam Kuns Length: 22 min Category: Dynamics, Hand Technique, Live Rebroadcast
This lesson will show you the proper way generate a great sound with power while maintaining the right technique. Its not just about hitting harder.