A six note kick placement exercise in 6/8..
A common sticking shape often used in fill construction that is a challenge for your hand/foot independance and co ordination.
A set six note movement in 6/8 where a left hand is replaced with a kick.
A sticking shape often used in fill construction that is demanding on your hand/foot independance.
A set six note movement in 6/8 where a right hand is replaced with a kick.
A short four note pattern that breaks up a single stroke roll with a kick on the + count.
Transferring a previous four note sticking shape over to the time signature of 6/8 to create a syncopated rhythm.
A set sticking shape in 6/8.
A relatively simple exercise in playing different rhythms over two hands using simple syncopation.
Improve independence between your hands and feet.
Learn about different areas of drumming, what they mean and how to improve them.
An exercise in using the left foot to control the length of open hi hat sounds.
A variation of the previous exercise where one hand played eighths and the other dotted 8ths, this time the dotted notes start a quaver beat later.
A variation on a similar exercise, this time one rhythm uses a syncopated double stroke style movement.
A more complex exercise in playing different rhythms over two hands. In this one hands plays straight 8ths while the other plays dotted eighths.
A variation on a previous exercise that switches the constant quavers played under a syncopated rhythm with constant crotchets.
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