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on 03/18/2009 | 4,159 Views | 1 Comments
This is Todd Walker,a Florida resident who operates a drum studio out
of the Port St. Lucie area. In addition to being a session/studio
player and instructor Todd performs with one of Florida's most premier
groups Bobby and the Blister's. You can find out more about Todd by
checking out his website and some more of these great instructional
Here Todd plays a really cool fill that can also be used as a linear groove. Very tasteful.
on 03/18/2009 | 15,198 Views | 3 Comments
Great video on phrasing drum fills to create some cool linear patterns.
Make sure to check out more videos of Todd here on Drummer Connection
and his website.
This lesson expands on Triplet Warm Up #1 that we first learned in the Practice Room. Here we're going to begin to explore it around the kit. Hope you enjoy it!!
Here's another one for everyone just starting out. Today's lesson is an introduction to applying 16th note fills around the drum set. Enjoy!!
Here's a lesson for everyone just geting started. This is a look at your 1st fill.
Here's a lesson on phrasing groups of 3 over a single bar of 16th notes.
This is a fill idea that I came up with years ago. It involves groups of 7 (4 with your hands & 3 with your feet) phrased around the kit....enjoy!!
Hello Billy Ashbaugh here with DrummerConnection.com. Today I want to share with you a fill. It's a fill I sort of created myself. I'm sure it's been done before but I sort of taught myself many, many years ago.
Basically what it does is it squeezes 7 notes for every quarter note. I break it up 4 with the hands and 3 with the feet.
We'll look at the hands first. For me, the sticking is just RLRL. What I like to do when I practice this is I'll bring the left hand up to either mounted tom and I like to move the right hand from the snare over to the floor tom and back just doing those little 4 note clusters.
OK, we've got the hands covered, now let's look at the feet. For those last 3 notes I choose to go RRL with my feet. I'll be honest I was inspired years ago by Gregg Bissonette. He had a video out an... more...
Hello Billy Ashbaugh here with DrummerConnection.com and today I'm going to share a fill with you. This is a fill that I've showed a lot of students over the years and a lot of them really seem to gravitate toward it and like it a lot, so I'm going to break it down and show you what it is.
Basically, it starts with a flam one beat one with the right hand on the floor tom and the left hand on the snare. Now this fill is phrased in 16th notes, so the flam is the downbeat and you're going to play the “1 e &” figure, meaning the first three 16th notes. Now here again I want you to experiment with the sticking, it's up to you. You can either go Flam Left Right. Or you can go Flam Right Left.
OK, I'm gonna let you here this thing in a fill setting.
OK, here's another version for you. Keep the hands just like you have them. Remember we played the first three 16th notes, the “1 e &”. We left the “a” silent. A version you could come up with... more...
Here's a great lesson where Paul breaks down the hand and foot patterns from his double bass groove. He also throws in a quick fill idea at the end!
Here Paul breaks down his 16th note triplet sticking pattern. He demonstrates it as a groove and also as a fill. Great stuff....enjoy!!