Volume 3 of the Applying Rudiments series strips down to snare and bass. If you can't nail your rudiments there, how would you nail them on a full drum kit? Read full description…
Volume 3 of the Applying Rudiments series strips down to snare and bass. If you can't nail your rudiments there, how would you nail them on a full drum kit?
The two sections of this course take you through rudiments in your hands and feet. The hands section features 16 different chop busters that connect different roll patterns and technical feats (e.g., Six stroke and swiss army.) The feet section demonstrates how you can use rudiment patterns on the bass drum with a double kick pedal. (You read that right.)
Like previous volumes, every measure can be looped and slowed down in the interactive Soundslice player, and everything is fully transcribed and synced. All rudiments are notated with sticking patterns to keep you on track.
|Triplet and regular singles|
|Five and double stroke combination|
|Double paradiddles and singles|
|Six stroke and swiss army|
|Triple paradiddles and singles|
|Five singles (x2)|
|Triple and single paradiddles|
|Singles and doubles|
|Five and seven stroke combination|
|Seven and five stroke combination|
|Ten and five stroke combination|
2008 Guitar Center Drum Off champion Jerome Flood started playing at age two and hasn’t looked back. The artists he’s worked with include Musiq Soulchild, Ricardo Sanchez, Pastor Troy, Canton Jones, Travis Barker, R.L., August Alsina and Flatbush Zombies. From his beginnings coming up in the church, his jazz studies in college and his wealth of professional experience, Jerome’s unique background pushes the boundaries of contemporary drumming.