Combine all note values to create a super exercise.
Revisiting a level 1 exercise to improve your foot work using a variety of rudiments.
An exercise that moves through various note values.
A broken down version of the '1234568' exercise to focus on hand speed and quintuplet use.
A broken down version of the '1234568' exercise to focus more on pushing hand speed.
Developing your hand speed by moving through different note values.
This is a groove where the standard right hand part is replaced with a 16th note single stroke roll on the hi hat played with both hands. Snare and bass drums are then added around this rhythmic base.
Varying the rhythm of a standard 16 beat by combining two base sixteenth groupings.
Using level 1 displacement ideas within a sixteen beat groove.
Translate the level 1 16 beat hand pattern, previously used in 4/4 and 6/8, to grooves in the time signature of 5/8.
A variation on the standard 16 beat groove that involves the application of a simple single stroke orchestration.
Applying straight eighth accents in a sixteen beat style groove.
Develop your hand speed using 16th notes, 32nd notes and a single stroke sticking.
Learn some simple single accent placements within a 16th note single stroke roll.
Learn how to apply accents in this very simple exercise using a single stroke roll played as quarter notes.
Continue developing your accent placement skills with this lesson on accenting an 8th note single stroke roll.
Learn about accenting specific rhythms within an 8th note single stroke roll.
A fill that uses two ghost notes to make the remaining notes stand out that little bit more.
Adding eighth note feet ostinatos to the single stroke 9 both starting and ending on the beat.
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