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Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Art comes together as a mix of skill and imagination; it gives hail to aesthetic objects, environments and experiences that can be shared with others. As an art form, music has in personal expressiveness its pinnacle. It’s what musicians strive and work for their entire life. In this free live drum lesson, Jay Deachman shows how you can work on your drumming voice and style by using what he likes to call the Construct.

The Construct shows how you can change up your drum beats and drum fills in five different ways. You can combine them in many different fashions or just apply them interchangeably. Use this concept with drum rudiments and any other drum beat and drum fill you already know how to play. In the video, Jay Deachman applies this concept to drum rudiments like the four stroke ruff, or single stroke four, and the flam. However, you can use it with any other drum rudiment.

Using the Construct from scratch is another great possibility. In the PDF sheet music you’ll find five rhythmic patterns you can combine and apply it to. If you’d rather administer the Construct to pre-written patterns there are plenty of options available to you on DrumLessons.com. You just have to decide if you want to mess around with drum beats or drum fills.


This Lesson Has 9 Comments

  • Jack says:

    Loved the sentence Create your own life and than go out and live it! . How powferul is that. All the power and responsibility lies in our own hands!Everytime I struggle I understand that it’s a test that I need to take in order to get to the next level. If you can’t pass the test you’re not ready for the next level and you’ll have to repeat the test until you pass it. Never, never, never, never give up! Winston Churchill

  • xiezhixing says:

    I’m sorry, and wrong, the translation software is not easy to use, I mean the drum originated in the Ming Dynasty in China, but now the drums but not for Chinese.

  • xiezhixing says:

    Jazz originated in China, I believe that China has a huge market potential of hitherto unknown, expect you to open up the market

  • xiezhixing says:

    The solo is so cool, I love jazz drum but I am a Chinese student, network has long been blocked, so great, wonderful resources needed to cross the wall, watching is not easy, so asked this “Drum play along MP3” have more convenient and quick to download address, or purchase channels, let me bring peripheral friends, let more people play drum

  • xiezhixing says:

    Ask two inside the song’s name?Very love this song accompaniment ~

  • xiezhixing says:

    Ask, the accompaniment song is what?Drum play along song name is?

  • Justin says:

    So Jared is a Skyrim fan, sweet!

  • Ivan Segura says:

    Saludos desde Ecuador

  • Ivan Segura says:

    Bendiciones amigos de freedrum lessons es mi página favorita de técnicas e aprendido mucho gracias a uds. sigan adelante y publicando mas videos hay muchos detras de uds. para aprender adelante Jared

 
 

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