Practicing Drum Rudiments for Spirit Music Meet-Ups
General Info for Rudiments – YouTube Playlist
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Spirit-Drums-Learning Playlist for revelations by God’s Spirit
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Make sure to review the “General Drum Rudiments Learning” section on the Drum Rudiments page
The Stick-Control page has Techniques that can help you practice rudiments
Video – 22PWG: Understanding the 9 Stroke-Types in your rudiment will speed up your practice
Video – 22PWG: Learning how to figure out your Stroke-Types will speed up your practice
The Spirit-Drums-Practice to Learn by the Spirit page has divine revelations to help you practice rudiments
Video – 22PWG: Use by progressively adding Variety to expand or contract the Rudiment
Use it by assigning it various Counting Notations
Use it along with a metronome or loop to insure you have good timing
Use it as Fill-in ‘Embellishment’ to add some ‘spice’ to your regular groove
Use it to ‘Dialogue’ with the band by playing it as a Fill in the Break
Use it as a Rhythmic Figure to bring out the Accents in an Ensemble or Section
Use it for a larger ‘Dialogue’ as a Solo
More to come!
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