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Posted By: Admin on Friday, September 28, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Here at DrumLessons.com we have a huge collection of free drum lessons on linear drumming. The content from those free drum lessons is mostly written down in the form of various linear-pattern combinations. This is a very effective method for teaching linear drumming but lacks in improving your improvisational and musical skills within this drumming topic. In this free drum lessons, Jared Falk addresses those shortcomings by teaching a method for improving your improvisational skills and freeing up your body and mind when playing linear patterns. More »

Posted By: Admin on Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Bass Drum Boot Camp

Hand-to-feet combinations are nothing more than linear patterns played as drum fills. In this free live drum lesson Chris Warunki takes you through 10 of his favorite hand-to-feet combinations. These hand-to-feet combinations go from beginner all the way to advanced so there’s something for everyone to work on. Chris also gives you some tips on how to practice them efficiently and use them in a musical context. More »

Posted By: Admin on Monday, March 12, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

In this free drum lesson, Jared Falk teaches you how to play a very cool quarter-bar 32nd note linear drum pattern and how to use it for coming up with different half- and quarter-bar drum fills. He also shows how helpful this 32nd note linear pattern can be for improving your mobility around the drum set. More »

Posted By: Admin on Monday, March 5, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Welcome to the first ever Drumeo Live free drum lesson. In this video, Jared Falk teaches five beginner to advanced linear drum fills that you can use in various styles of music. This free drum lesson comes with downloadable PDF sheet music and play-along MP3s of the exercises played at three different tempos. More »

Posted By: Admin on Monday, February 20, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

This free heavy-metal drum lesson is the next natural step in the development of your ability to perform heavy-metal drum fills. The heavy-metal drum fills Sean Lang goes through in the video combine 16th notes with 32nd notes. To avoid any kind of frustrations earlier on, go through the free heavy-metal drum lesson on beginner heavy-metal drum fills before tackling this one. More »

Posted By: Admin on Friday, February 10, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Heavy metal drum fills are usually fast passed and brutal sounding. The speed and power at what they’re performed are usually way too high for any beginner. So where should a beginner heavy-metal drummer start? How about right here?! In this free heavy-metal drum lesson Sean Lang teaches how to play five of the most common heavy-metal drum fills out there. These are awesome heavy-metal drum fills that’ll get you started in the right direction. More »

Posted By: Admin on Friday, August 12, 2011

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

The free drum lesson on beginner broken 16th note drum fills introduced you to a whole new world of 16th note based rhythmic ideas. With this free drum lesson, DrumLessons.com instructor Jared Falk expands on that new world of rhythmic possibilities by showing you how to combine the rhythmic figures of the beginner lesson into one-bar linear drum fills. More »

Posted By: Admin on Monday, June 27, 2011

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

In this free drum lesson, Jared Falk teaches three 16th note linear drum fills geared towards the intermediate drummer. These drum fills introduce two new themes. The first one is the use of cymbals instead of tom/snare shots. This is a great way of incorporating new textures into your tom/snare based linear drum fills. The second theme comes in the form of spreading single stroke rolls between one hand and the bass drum foot, which is great for further developing your 4-way coordination. More »

Posted By: Admin on Friday, June 24, 2011

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Linear patterns, whether in drum beat or drum fill format are patterns which are played without overlapping strokes. Therefore, you won’t find any unison figure in this type of pattern. In this free drum lesson, Jared Falk teaches three linear drum fills – known as hand-to-feet combinations – that you can use to further enrich your drum fill library and get used to playing this type of idea around the drum set. During the video, Jared goes into some detail about how to use these three drum fills for coming up with linear patterns of your own as well. More »

Posted By: Admin on Thursday, November 4, 2010

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

The content included within this free drum lesson will take your linear drumming to a whole new level. Besides showing you exactly how to play five linear drum beats, Dave Atkinson teaches you how to come up with new fills and beats from any linear pattern you encounter. This free drum lesson is geared towards intermediate players, so if you haven’t already, check the free drum lesson “Beginner Linear Drum Beats” before you give this one a whirl. More »