Evans UV1, have you tried them? If you have, share your thoughts.
🦉 Sweet gospel chop.
Not a quad lesson, but it's something I hope a lot of people can use :)
100TH POST! and of course it’s another lesson video✌🏻 this one was requested by a lot of people after i posted a clip of it a few days ago, so i hope this helps. it’s also time to say THANK YOU again, it’s crazy how many people are following my page and watch my videos regularly since i started here not even a year ago!
Every week I'm becoming more aware of how difficult it is for people to remember what they've learned. At the start you have to remember each individual beat or fill, but this becomes a lot more difficult as you learn more. The way I remember my vocab and best way I've found to remember beats and fills is to put them into larger categories. Not by style e.g. rock, jazz (although this might be a good starting point) but by type of beat. By doing this I don't have to remember each individual drum beat, just the category it is in. This comes with practicing multiple beats from the same category and knowing what you're playing (note value-wise) and what category it belongs to. I break them down like this; Ostinatos based; this is the most common type of beats, right hand plays a constant pattern and the bass + snare play rhythms without interrupting the right hand. This is realistically 70% of all needed drum beats. Broken right hand patterns; the right hand plays an inconsistent rhythm whilst the bass + snare plays rhythms over the top. Linear based; bass, snare and hi-hat all play separately one note at a time. Sticking based; right and left hand plays (usually) a repeating pattern, bass drum plays rhythms over the top. Beat embellishments are usually doubling of notes (usually 32nds) / hi-hat rolls, flams, buzzes, etc. The final one is a mixture of all. This could be literally a mixture of all which would sound a bit weird or using 2 or 3 of the category's above. The ones I find sound good are; Linear and sticking / Ostinato and Broken / Linear and beat embellishments. 👊 #instadrum#drummers#guitar#piano#instadrums#drums#drumset#drummer#dwdrums#drumbeat#drumfill#drumming#practice#aheadproducts#drummers#yamaha#tama#meinl#music#sabian#drumfills#pearl#promark#vf15#vicfirth#drumuniversity#zildjian#drummers#gretsch#drumlesson#drumlessons#drumsandlessons @talented_musicians @drumsandlessons @drummerdotcom @drumuniversity @drummag
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