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Drum lessons Step by Step

ENG Online video drum lessons courses Drums step by step for beginners and advanced drummers.

Hello to all playing and beginning drummers, those who want to learn how to play the drum set. My name is Dmitry Orujow. I am a drum teacher with 25 years of teaching experience. My students are in different countries of the world. I work with them remotely via Skype, but not everyone has the opportunity to work with the teacher on Skype, and especially for you, I recorded a video training school for playing drums “Drums Step by Step”, which I use for my classes with my own students from the very beginning, and before the professional game. The video tutorial school can be downloaded for payment, and you can study at home or in your studio, step by step developing techniques, studying rhythmic patterns, and breaks.

Video drum lessons on the drums are divided into several categories, the lessons are arranged sequentially. Learning from easy to hard.

All exercises (rhythms, drum fills) are played at a slow, and fast pace. Also in the video embedded notes for a complete understanding of the material. No unnecessary chatter. Only demonstration, notes, and clarity. You need to learn simply and quickly. Having learned all the material you can become a professional drummer playing in various styles and directions, as well as an amateur with a good knowledge base and technique. Good luck in your work, and success. Learn how to play drums. Dmitry Orujow "DDRUMS Online School".

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!
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Introduction

Secrets of Professional Drummers 

  1. Drum kit elements

  2. Receptions of a game and sound extraction on a drum set

  3. Posing hands and types of grip

  4. Balance Sticks

  5. Singles and twos hands in various arms

  6. Landing

  7. Playing foot on the bass drum

  8. Arrangement of elements of the drum set

  9. Tuning drums

Course duration 27 min

 800 

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!
Grooves1

Step#1 Beginner Grooves and Coordination

Course duration 40 min

20 Rhythmic patterns with notes

+30 Variations on each rhythm with eighth notes

+10 variations for each rhythm with sixteenth notes

  1. Beat 8th

  2. Pop Beat 8th

  3. Rock  Beat 8th

  4. Status Qwo Beat 8th

  5. Europe Beat 8th

  6. Pop Rock Beat 8th

  7. Foo Fighters Beat 1-8th

  8. Foo Fighters Beat 2-8th

  9. The Killers Beat-8th

  10. Blur Beat-8th

  11. Beat 16th

  12. Pop Beat 16th

  13. Rock  Beat 16th

  14. Status Qwo Beat 16th

  15. Europe Beat 16th

  16. Pop Rock Beat 16th

  17. Foo Fighters Beat 1-16th

  18. Foo Fighters Beat 2-16th

  19. The Killers Beat-16th

  20. Blur Beat-16th

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!
Drum Fills

Step #2 Fills and Coordination

26 Drum Fills

Next step. We disassemble drum fills with a hi hat in the left foot, which complicates the task in terms of coordination. Breaks are played with rhythms already learned in Step # 1. You can also use them with other rhythms.

26 drum fills for the rhythms of the course 

Step # 1

The notes are embedded in the video series. Everything is played at a fast and slow pace.

Notes are embedded in the video sequence. All played in fast and slow tempo

Lesson duration 15 min

 4000 

  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!
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Step #3 Grooves sixteenths in the bass drum

76 Rhythmic Exercises

Next step. We analyze the rhythms (rhythmic patterns) with sixteenth notes in the bass drum. We play both double kicks in the bass barrel, and drawings with three and four notes in the Bass Kick. We also play coordination exercises using these rhythms with a hi-hat and a ride plate, and opening the hi-hat to strong and weak beats. We lose all learned grooves with eighth and sixteenth notes in hi-hat

Course duration 1 hour

20 Rhythms + 56 Variations = Total 76 Rhythmic Exercises

 4600 

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!

Step#4 Course Rudiments and Breaks 
In Coordination - For Quick Fills

Next step. We analyze the rhythms (rhythmic patterns) with sixteenth notes in the bass drum. We play both double kicks in the bass barrel, and drawings with three and four notes in the Bass Kick. We also play coordination exercises using these rhythms with a hi-hat and a ride plate, and opening the hi-hat to strong and weak beats. We lose all learned grooves with eighth and sixteenth notes in hi-hat

Course duration 41 min

20 Rhythms + 56 Variations = Total 76 Rhythmic Exercises

 4800 

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37 $

  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!

Step#5 Ostinata Rhythmic Patterns Course 
  In Grooves

Video 1 Ostinate Drawing 1 

Step 5 Video 1. In the first video lesson of the fifth step, we combine the already developed rhythmic patterns with the ostenat pattern in the right hand. We play ostenato hi-hat and ride cymbal. We play all the rhythms with many variations of the left foot in the hi-hat, as well as with the opening of the hi-hat. This is the practical part.The technique of the game is explained in the Introduction.

Course duration 1 hour 48 minutes

116 Rhythmic Exercises

4900 

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Video 2 Ostinate Drawing 2

Step 5 Video 2. In the second video lesson of the fifth step, we connect the same rhythmic patterns (excluding a few) with an ostinato pattern in the right hand, and then alternating hands. We play ostinato hi-hat and ride cymbal. We play all the rhythms with many variations of the left foot in the hi-hat, as well as with the opening of the hi-hat. This is the practical part.The technique of the game is explained in the Introduction.

Course duration 1 hour 25 minutes

101 Rhythmic Exercises

 5000 

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!

Step#6 Cool Rhythms of World Stars, Triplet Rhythms, Shullle Grooves, Ghost Note, Paradiddle Grooves 
 

Next step 6. Breaking down the coolest rhythmic patterns of World Drumming Stars: Ian Paice, Denis Chambers, Mike Portnoy, John Bonham, etc. Author's rhythmic drawings. Funk rhythms, rhythms using paradil and goose notes, triplets, shuffle grooves, rhythms with deuces in the hands and feet, linear grooves.

This is the practical part.The technique of playing doubles and singles is explained in the Introduction.

Course duration 51 min

52 Rhythmic Exercises

(Coolest Rhythm Patterns)

 5200 

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List of Rhythmic Patterns

1.Deep Purple 
2.Deep Purple Shuffle
3.Deep Purple Ride Bell Var 1
4.Deep Purple Ride Bell Var 2
5.Deep Purple Ride Bell Var 3
6.Deep Purple Triplets
7.Deep Purple Triplets Bell 1
8.Deep Purple Triplets Bell 2
9.Enigma
10.Shakatak Shuffle
11.Smooth Jazz Shuffle
12.Smooth Jazz Shuffle Var 1
13.Jazz-Funk Shuffle
14.Jazz-Funk Shuffle Var 1
15.Orudjov Half Time Shuffle
16.Bonham Half Time Shuffle
17.Bonham Half Time Shuffle Var 1

18.Triplet Paradiddle Groove
19.Triplet Paradiddle Groove Var 1
20.Dennis Chambers Triplets
21.Dennis Chambers - Cissy Strut 1
22.Dennis Chambers - Cissy Strut 2
23.Shuffle Paradiddle Groove 1
24.Shuffle Ghost Note
25.16th Ghost Note
26.16th Ghost Note Var 1
27.16th Kick Ghost Note
28.16th Kick Ghost Note Var 1
29.RHCP Californication
30.Splin- Exit
31.Splin- Exit Var 1
32.Splin- Exit Var 2
33.Splin- Exit Var 3
34.Cool Paradiddle Groove 1

35.Cool Paradiddle Groove 1 Var 1
36.Cool Paradiddle Groove 1 Var 2
37.Cool Paradiddle Groove 2
38.Cool Paradiddle Groove 2 Var 1
39.Cool Paradiddle Groove 2 Var 2
40.Dave Weckl Fusion
41.Dave Weckl Fusion Mod
42.Super Funk - Gospel
43.Gary Novak Funk - Fusion
44.Gary Novak Funk - Fusion 2
45.BN - 6/8
46.Dmitry Orudjow Super Funk )
47.Dmitry Cool Funk )
48.Dmitry Cool Funk Ride Variation
49.Linear Funk
50.Jazz Funk
51.Jazz Funk Var 1    
52.Mike Portnoy

  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!

Step#7  Course Jazz Coordination 
  Swing Bi-Bop Swing Bee Bop  

Video 1 Basic Note Grouping Triplet Exercises

The seventh step is devoted to jazz coordination, and is divided into several parts. In the first part of the seventh step of the VideoSchool of the tutorial, we analyze rhythmic exercises for various grouping of triplet notes for playing in jazz swing, bebop styles. This video course is suitable for both beginners and advanced drummers, as the exercises become more difficult with each new rhythmic pattern. The technique of twos is explained in the Introduction.

Course duration 2 hour 14 minutes

136 Rhythmic Exercises

 5300 

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Jazz Video 2 Triple Swing Combinations
Small Drum and Barrel

In the second video part of the seventh step on jazz coordination, we will analyze the combinations between the snare drum and the kick drum. This part also explains how to play swing exercises not only with a ride cymbal, but also with an open hi-hat. The technique of twos is explained in the Introduction.

Course duration 47 min

42 Rhythmic Exercises

 5300 

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Jazz Video 3 Swing Combinations of Triplets
Beat Offset on Hi Hat / Rhythmic Illusion

In the third video part of the seventh step in jazz coordination, we will shift the hi-hat parts to different beats, play combinations with  syncopated hi-hat using the snare drum and kick. The ride cymbal will lead to an ostenate swing pattern.  The twos technique is explained in the Introductory Part.

Course duration 1 hour 16 minutes

71 Rhythmic Exercise

 5400 

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  • Course Description #1
    This course contains rhythms for beginner drummers, but subsequent variations with a high-hat in the left foot, and a ride, as well as variations with opening the hat to strong and weak beats (in coordination) complicate this video course to a professional level, which will be useful for advanced drummers as well. Rhythms are arranged in order of technical complexity. Learn and play the rhythms in order. Video tutorials are built conceptually.Each next groove becomes more complicated in technical terms, and gives all possible options for interaction in terms of coordination. I have been practicing this course of study with students for 30 years. Its effectiveness has been tested by time. Creative success to you in mastering the drum set! 1. The first rhythm (beat) that all beginner drummers learn is the beat rhythm with eighth notes in the hi-hat. Despite its simplicity, it is very often used by popular rock bands. For example, the band ACDC uses this groove in almost half of their songs. Having learned it, you can play several songs from their repertoire. Do not forget about the accents on the hi-hat, with the help of accents the rhythm will become alive, and the pulsation will give a feeling of a rocking groove. 2. The second rhythm pattern in our video school for beginner drummers is POP BEAT. It is one of the commonly used grooves in popular music. It is also often used by rock musicians. The range of application of rhythmic pattern is huge. For example, you can hear it from such groups, and performers as the Time Machine, Konstantin Nikolsky, Yuri Antonov, Mikhail Krug (Vladimir Central has not been canceled by anyone :), Alexander Ivanov (God, what a trifle), Smokey's group, etc. 3. The third beat is a classic rock groove. You will feel the feeling of fatal rhythm immediately after parsing this rhythmic pattern. Almost every old school rock band you will hear this rhythm. Whitesnake, Rainbow, Kiss, Accept, ACDC, from our Aria, Gorky Park, and other bands use this rhythmic pattern. 4. Rhythm 4 speaks for itself, it's a groove from Status Qwo's popular song - In The Army Now. The rhythm is played in eighth notes on a hat, but is more difficult than the previous rock beat in terms of coordination. With each subsequent groove, the task becomes more difficult. In this pattern, kicks and the snare come on the downbeat, which means they coincide with the hat. By learning this beat, you can play this song and take one step closer to your dream of learning how to play the drum kit. 5. The fifth beat in our drumming tutorial is a rhythm that everyone has probably heard. Swedish rock band Europe - The Final Countdown. This song captivated many listeners thanks to the rock groove. In addition to the pulsation on the hi-hat, there are hits on the weak beats on the kick (between hat hits) with it, which makes it more complex than the previous beat. You need to study in an interesting way, not just hammer boring rudiments, but see the result of classes, and play your favorite songs.)) 6. The sixth rhythm we'll cover is the POP-Rock groove. This is a rhythm often used by Russian Rock bands. Groups like Bi-2, Chicherin, DDT, Spleen, etc. Also popular dance group Hands Up used Loop with this rhythm. If you add ghost notes to it, and add a tempo, you can get a very cool rhythm that imitates the sound of electronic bands like Prodigy. At a medium tempo, the rhythm is also suitable for playing in the Smooth jazz style. 7. Rhythm 7 is the verse rhythm of Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It may seem that this is a rock rhythm, but it seems to me that its roots lie in Latin American music. If you listen carefully, this is the first phrase of the bossa nova rhythm. Distinguishes this rhythm from the previous drawings by the snare drum part. The snare drum here plays on 3 and 6 eighth notes, which gives the student the experience of shifting beats, and syncopating to the snare. 8. The eighth rhythm pattern is the chorus rhythm of the Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly. It's a pure rock rhythm, straight and pumping. Don't forget the pulsation on the hi-hat, the right hand plays the up-down technique, as in all examples of beat rhythms. Look carefully at the video, at what points of the hat, and with what force the blows are delivered. To play in rock style, you need a powerful pitch and energy. Punch through all exercises by playing rim shot on the snare drum. 9. Rhythm 9 is taken from The Killers — Smile like you mean it. More precisely, this is a couplet rhythm that is played in eighth notes. In the chorus, the same rhythmic pattern of the kick and snare is played, and the hi-hat plays in sixteenth notes. 10. The tenth rhythm is played in the popular song Blur - Beat Song 2. This is a more complex groove than the previous ones. We connect the alto part, and move on in the development of coordination. ​ PS. Based on these ten rhythms, then there are exercises for decoordination. Playing with the left foot on the high hat, opening the hat to strong and weak beats. Next, we play 16 mi notes on the hat, and also practice the game with the opening of the hat on strong and weak beats. It is very important in this video school to do the exercises, and work out step by step in sequence The video school is conceptual, and if you skip one of the parts, then there will be no complete picture, and understanding how everything works together. Once you've mastered this part, move on to the next one. Course on breaks and drum fills (Fills). Successes in creativity!!!

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