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63 Drum Lessons Available for Warm-up Exercises | Showing Results: 51 - 60 of 63
on 01/19/2009 | 16,899 Views | 5 Comments
Here's Felipe Torres talking about Warm-ups and stretches, as well as how to deal with being a traveling drummer.
Here's the follow up to our first lesson with the Triplet Warm-up. Remember to be creative with how you put these examples together!!
Example #1 - Part 1 Review
Example #2 - 3 accents per hand
Example #3 - 2 accents per hand
Example #4 - 1 accent per hand
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Example #5 -Exercise Demo @ 110 bpm
This is a little warm up exercise that I created years ago. Hope you get some use out of it....I sure did!!
Example #1 - Sticking Pattern Slow
Example #2 - 1st Bar w/ accent
Example #3 - 2nd Bar w/ accent Â
Example #4 - Exercise Demo @ 105 bpm
Here's the first lesson I shot from the Drum Room. This is warm up exercise I'll call Diddle Combo #1. It's a combination of paradiddles and double paradiddles. I plan on posting more of these exercises in the near future. Feel free to share some Diddle Combo's of your own....enjoy!!
Example #1 - Paradiddle w/ accents
Example #2 - Double Paradiddle w/ accents
Example #3 - Diddle Combo #1Â
Example #4 - Diddle Combo w/ click
on 08/05/2008 | 7,685 Views | 0 Comments
Here is the extension of the unknown warm up played on the kit itself. I use this to help build up independence between my left and right foot by playing eighth notes on the hi-hat. Over the past few weeks I have made some decent progress with it (when I practice)but it still needs some work. Any ideas?
on 08/05/2008 | 12,452 Views | 1 Comments
I came up with this warm up one day while just jamming around on my drum pad.Basically it focuses on tap accents but I have yet to come up with a name for it. Since then I've been able to play it on the drum kit itself as a really cool tom pattern which will be explained in a latter lesson.
Classic flashback warm up from the good ol days of marching band. This is a triplet based exercise with emphasis on the Moeller technique. I like this exercise because it has a good feel it and you can use it as a foundation to play some great tom patterns which you'll see in the next Chuggada Chuggada lesson.
This is a pattern which alternates from a triplet to a five stroke roll. The transition is fairly easy as long as you maintain a quarter note pace of R,L,R,L. It may seems confusing reading this so just check out the video instead.
on 06/17/2008 | 14,975 Views | 1 Comments
Chuggada Chuggada Variation - Drum Lesson
This lesson is a variation of the previous exercises with a more advanced foot pattern.
on 06/17/2008 | 15,789 Views | 1 Comments
Chuggada Chuggada is a great warmup to play as a tom pattern. Here I show a few different ways of doing this, starting slow and then building up speed along the way. There are also different foot pattens to incorporate as well which will be covered in future lessons.