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Have You Ever Seen The Rain – Creedence Clearwater Revival

The full drum sheet music for Have You Ever Seen The Rain by Creedence Clearwater Revival from the album Pendulum (1970).

Clocks – Coldplay

Our full drum sheet music to play along with Clocks by Coldplay from the album A Rush of Blood to the Head (2002).

Here – Alessia Cara

Our full drum sheet music to play along with Here by Alessia Cara from the album Know-It-All released in 2015.

Hello – Adele

Our full drum sheet music to play along with Hello by Adele, released as a single in October of 2015.

Tight – Drumline Cadence

Tight is a drumline cadence that is enjoyable to perform both as a street cadence and in the stands. Written as a level 2 cadence, this cadence is scored for snare drum, quads or quints, three, four or five bass drums and cymbals.

Boom Cannon – Drumline Cadence

Boom Cannon is a drumline cadence designed to sound great while utilizing skills that a beginner-level drumline can benefit from and enjoy. This cadence can be used as a march-in, a crowd-pleaser for the stands or for the always-fun band dance cadence.

Ex-Conn – Drumline Cadence

Ex-Conn is a drumline cadence that is enjoyable to perform both as a street cadence and in the stands. Written as a level 3 cadence, this cadence is scored for snare drum, quads or quints, 4 or 5 bass drums and cymbals.

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Four Measure Repeating Beat & Accents with Locked Out Of Heaven – Bruno Mars

This lesson pulls the 4-measure repeating beat tecnique and then accented hi hat technique from the song "Locked Out Of Heaven" by Bruno Mars.
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Steve Gadd – Linear Drum Beat

This is a Steve Gadd style linear rhythm with some 32nd note double chucked in there for an extra challenge! I found this a real tricky beat to get the hang of and I am still learning it to this day. The key to getting this one sounding half decent is to concentrate on getting the dynamics of the snare drum down. You have to be quite delicate with the ghost notes or the groove wont sound quite right. Once you are confortable with the pattern, try moving the right hand around the toms for slight variations too.
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How Do You Backbeat?

Backbeats have a strong influence on the feel of your grooves. They can make your groove sound energetic, up, down, off, on, etc. This lesson explores different backbeat arrangements all based on the same foundational groove. This way, you'll be able to examine how each backbeat influences the feel of the groove in its own unique way.
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Half-time in The Hills

Learn the half-time techniques used in the song The Hills by The Weeknd.
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Stricken – Disturbed – Intro

In this week's Jammit Tuesday Drum Lesson, learn the intro grooves for Stricken by Disturbed. Also, explore a technique for moving the pattern around the kit.