Here´s a new 32note fill idea:-) Enjoy!
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In this third instalment Robb Ryan of Rhythmicvocabulary.com demonstrates how to create polymetric time feels and fills utilizing the paradiddle in the triplet rate. This is advanced material broken down so that everyone can understand it and can start using it right away with a little bit of practice.
In this lesson we place the accent, diddle, flam, and flam-diddle (cheese) on each note of the eighth note triplet. This exercise will will help those wanting to learn hybrid rudiments.
In this video Robb Ryan of Rhythmicvocabuly.com demonstrates the basics of how to use quintuplets on the drum set as drum fills/solo ideas including moving from 8ths, triplets and 16th to quintuplets and using linear groupings to perform the groupings of 5.
This is the intro groove from Tower of Powers “What is Hip”. I play it in three tempos. 100bpm, 80bpm and 60bpm..
In this video Robb Ryan demonstrates an easy to play 6 note linear pattern that can be used as a fill/solo idea and for spicing up your funk.
This is a breakdown of the hybrid rudiment “Cheese”. I wanted to make a video for the beginner drummer looking to get into hybrid rudiments. This is a way to approach hybrid rudiments by taking baby steps.
This is my version of Benny Grebs crossover 9 fill:-) I chose to play the hi hat foot alone, without the left bass drum. I play it in three tempos; 60 bpm, 80 bpm and 100 bpm.
Every drummer suffers from a weak left hand (unless you’re left handed!), in this video educator Robb Ryan shows his fix to destupify your weak
This is a fill idea I had today. It´s basically a 6-tuplet fill, but with a regular 16th note subdivision. Two groups of six, than a group of four 16th notes. I play it in three different tempos; 80BPM, 100BPM and 120BPM. Have fun! :-)..
This exercise involves Accents, Flams, and Cheese (Diddles). The focus is stick heights and adding in note partials (flams, cheese) to the skeleton each time around..
Playing around with a pattern that I saw on a video with the New Orleans drummer Stanton Moore.
The sticking is easy and can also be used for Latin grooves. Sticking: R-R-L-R-R-L-R-L. Bass drum on the first, third and last R.
Simon Greenhill "Daddy Funk"
Drummer/Percussionist Ekendra Das DVD Grooves you can use For drums and percussion
Here is a little lesson of one of my favourite time signatures to play in – 6/8. Enjoy!. “Everton White”
A nice little triplet groove that I use for warm-ups. I’m sure you’ve heard it before, so I’ve broken it down here to help anyone interested in working both left and right hands leading in this fill.
This is a short fill idea I came up with by pairing the six stroke roll, paradiddle, and paradiddle-diddle. Try it out and see how you can use it.
This is an easy fill idea I had. The basic sticking is VVH VVV (The first fill). When I add a flam in the second version the sticking becomes VhVH VhVV (The second fill. And main idea). I play the flam on the toms.