In this free heavy-metal drum lesson, Sean Lang continues to explore the world of broken double bass drum beats but on a more intermediate level. The heavy-metal drum beats you’ll find within are 32nd note based, so expect to be way more challenged than you were with the beginner broken heavy-metal double bass drum beats.
Playing 32nd notes at fast tempos can be challenging. Making these exercises way more easy to play and learn is actually up to you. You have to decide if you want to play them well and at fast tempos or if you want to have them sounding sloppy. If you choose the first option, you have to start practicing these broken heavy-metal drum beats slowly so you can surely get them to the fastest tempos you desire. Starting slow and moving slowly through the tempos on a metronome are the secrets to gaining oodles of speed. Funny right?! Slow is the secret to speed.
As soon as you’ve become very comfortable with these heavy-metal drum beats and have played them at various tempos, move on to the free heavy-metal drum lesson “Heavy-Metal Snare Drum Comping” right away. If you’re more interested in checking out some cool intermediate heavy-metal drum fills, move on to the free heavy-metal drum lesson “Intermediate Heavy-Metal Drum Fills.”
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excelente material….es muy loable su trabajo
Those excercies are very similar to George Kollias 16-weeks excers 🙂
am I super talented if im 13 and i think this is easy?
you think huh? have you ever tried that yet? 😛
I highly doubt you find that easy, I would love to see a video of you playing these on first try… or even 5th
No not really. If you have fundamentals you can play anything that anyone has previously played.
im only 11 and i can hell kik that thing aka double heel foot toe
Unbelievable, I can’t even do double peddle quarter noted in a beat
tis is awesome… jus wat i needed