Drummers naturally have a stronger and weaker hand (or foot). This is a deceptively simple exercise that is designed to even out both sides.
If you need staff paper to transcribe your music, feel free to use these. Click the links below to download and print them.
In the previous lesson, we worked on our timekeeping skills by articulating the sixteenth note subdivisions. It’s a good idea to do the same with other subdivisions. Today we will look at eighth note triplets.
Generally, when we play with a click track, it gives us the first part of the beat and we are responsible for the rest of the subdivisions. These exercises will help you to sharpen your timekeeping skills by focusing on those subdivisions.
Being able to read music is so beneficial to a musician and it’s not that hard to learn. This explains the essentials of reading drum notation.