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By moving your left stick to a new surface, you can create a new sounding groove even while playing the same pattern.
This is a progressions of exercises designed to give your hands a gradual warmup before practicing or a gig. Sheet music is included in the video so just grab the pad, turn on the video, and get cookin'! You will have it memorized by just a few times through. Enjoy!
In this weeks lesson we take a look at the awesome sounding groove from the song McFearless by Kings Of Leon performed by Nathan Followill. I have broken the beat into 2 measures, with a look at the accents being played during the snare drum section.
In this lesson, Nate Brown walks through some basic stick trick patterns to add a spin and flare to your drum beats.
In this weeks lesson, we take a look at a nice idea using triplets and ghost notes to help strengthen and control our weaker (in my case - left) hand. We are going to utilise the standard triplet rudiment within some basic 4/4 grooves, with the left hand playing continuous double strokes on the snare. This is a really cool sounding concept that can be a little tricky to start with, but after a bit of practice will really help develop that weaker hand.