Posted By: Admin on Monday, March 16, 2015

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In this video, I wanted to give all the brand new drummers something to practice. So even if you don’t have a drum-set, this lesson will test your rhythm skills and hopefully get you started playing your first song. Remember to go and grab your free play-along, I know you’re going to love playing along to that track.

To your drumming success,

– Jared Falk

Posted By: Admin on Tuesday, January 20, 2015

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Normally, people don’t associate “easy” with “crossover drum fill”. But in this lesson, Jared Falk will show you a simple crossover drum fill that you’ll be able to learn quickly! Start slow to get the patter, and take it from there – you’ll be playing it in no time!

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Posted By: Admin on Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

Thinking about learning how to play drums? Do you have a drum set but don’t know what to do with it besides using it to drive your parents nuts? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, then this is the right place for you to be. In this video lesson Jared Falk, one of the DrumLessons.com drum instructors, shows you how to set yourself behind a drum set, while teaching you to play your first beat and fill. More »

Posted By: Admin on Sunday, December 1, 2013

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

What are drum fills? How can they be used in a musical context? In this free video drum lesson, Jared Falk answers these questions and teaches five beginner drum fills. They are broken down slowly, so you can see exactly how to play them and how they sound. As an added bonus, each drum fill is demonstrated in a musical context. This free drum lesson includes two versions of the track Jared plays along to in the video – one with the drum tracks removed and an alternate version with a metronome added in. Use them for practicing these or any other drum fills you’d like. More »

Posted By: Admin on Thursday, December 27, 2012

The triple paradiddle expands on the single paradiddle by adding two sets of singles to its basic shape. Since the single paradiddle is one of the drum rudiments that’s most used for drum set applications, practicing the triple paradiddle will empower you with loads of new options when it comes to creating new ideas based on the single paradiddle. More »

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 Friday, September 21, 2012

The drag ruff is one of the 40 international drum rudiments. It’s also one of the seven essential drum rudiments, alongside the single stroke roll, the double stroke roll, the multiple bounce roll, the five stroke roll, the single paradiddle and the flam. It’s very important you become competent with at least these seven drum rudiments, since they’re heavily used in music and any other rudiment is based on them. In this lesson we’ll focus our attention on the drag ruff and how you can use it to spice up your drum fills. More »

Posted By: Admin on Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The pataflafla is one of the drum rudiments that’s most frown upon. Many drum set players perceive it as useless and musically irrelevant outside the realm of snare drumming. If you’re one of them, we hope to change your mind through this free drum lesson. In it, you’ll find four good examples of how to use the pataflafla for coming up with cool sounding and creative drum fills. More »

Posted By: Admin on Friday, July 20, 2012

Easy Drumming That Sounds Hard

The free heavy metal drum lesson on intermediate drum fills focused extensively on blending constant runs of 16th notes with quick bursts of 32nd notes. Above all, those drum fills promoted your physical development, doubling as great musical fills and coordination exercises.

The five advanced heavy metal drum fills you’ll find here work in the same vein as the previous ones, adding cool rhythmic nuances in the form of broken patterns and creative orchestrations around the whole drum set. In the video, Sean Lang goes through the fills at two different tempos – medium and fast – so you can see exactly how they should sound when you get really comfortable with them. More »

Posted By: Admin on Friday, May 25, 2012

Drum rudiments are nothing more than rhythmic patterns. You can play around with their note values, dynamics and orchestration. They’re killer for enhancing overall hand and foot technique and can be used quite effectively within drum beats, drum fills and drum solos. The problem most students face with drum rudiment apprenticeship is knowing what to with them. Sticking with a drum rudiment on a practice pad can get boring, redundant and old pretty fast. To get you motivated with drum rudiments, Jared Falk wrote this free drum lesson to show different ways in which you can use the five stroke roll – one of the 40 drum rudiments – within drum fills. More »