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RhythmMarch 4, 2015, 15:57 GMT
Nailing your general sense of time at the kit is important, but so is your ability to manage the space between the notes you play. In this lesson we show you how to master both.
RhythmMarch 4, 2015, 9:00 GMT
Every drummer will naturally have a weaker limb, whether that's a hand or foot. Weak limbs can really slow down development behind the kit so it's important to bring these weaknesses up to speed. Here's a lesson to show you how.
In a new series for Rhythm Magazine, UK Big Band drummer Pete Cater presents everything you need to know to become an authentic Big Band drummer.
If you're getting into playing with a double bass drum pedal or two bass drums, you'll want to learn the blast beat. Jason Bowld brings you up to speed in this lesson.
Poor stick grip can really stifle development at the drum kit and, in the most extreme cases, cause long-term damage. We show you how to reset your grip to ensure you'll be playing comfortably for years to come.
Having a dynamic range is important for any drummer wanting to expand the scope and feel of their grooves and to inject more life into their drumming. Here, Drumeo's Dave Atkinson shows you how.
Brushes aren't just reserved for the softer player or the jazz drummer, they can bring a new sound and feel to any type of playing. Try your hand at brush playing with this introductory lesson.
Every drummer hits a creative plateau at one point or another. Here are some easy steps to expand on your existing drum knowledge and spice up your beats.
Building limb independence will open up so much potential in your playing, but it can be a daunting area of study. In this lesson Pete Riley presents some simple exercises to get you going.
To really master the rudiments you need to be confident in the speed and accuracy of your hands. Here, Kyle Cullen looks at exercises to help you build hand speed.
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