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Today’s lesson will take a look at a rudiment called the Flam Paradiddle. I’ll break the sticking down and then show you a few ways to use it as a warm-up on the kit. Enjoy!
In this lesson I will break down and explain the Flamacue. Enjoy!
on 06/15/2010 | 6,410 Views | 3 Comments
In this lesson, Gavin Harrison shows some uses of one of his favorite rudiments, the Left Hand Flam Triplet.
Excerpted from his DVD/Book combo - Rhythmic Designs, which features songs by Gavin and 05Ric.
More information available at www.HudsonMusic.com!
on 06/15/2010 | 1,757 Views | 2 Comments
A drum lesson with Steve Holmes discussing the use of flams and flam rolls on the drums in a jazz context. Touches on the history, how to get started, and advanced applications.
Stay tuned for Part 2.
Shot with a Canon 7D. Audio during some of the playing portions recorded with an Edirol rh09 portable audio recorder.
on 06/15/2010 | 2,723 Views | 0 Comments
Learn how to play grade 6 flams and drags for drums with Bob Wynne. This drum tuition tutorial allows you to practice at home and develop your drum techniques. Barnsley College music section offers a range of music courses in the UK.
Today, we’re going to focus on the Swiss Army Triplet. I’ll break the sticking pattern down and then demonstrate a few ways to use this rudiment as a great warm-up exercise! Enjoy.
The PATAFLAFLA is one of the more complex rudiments being practice by most (or all) marching percussionists. In this lesson, the PATAFLAFLA is broken down for better understanding.
Here's a great lesson on a basic rudiment, the Flamacue.
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 nice warm up shown to me by a friend. It uses the Flam Accent sticking, but it is phrased as 16th notes.
Example #1 - Flam Accent Review
Example #2 - Sticking Pattern Slow
Example #3 - Full Warm Up & Example #4 - Flam Warm Up #1 @ 115 bpm