drumeo: Successful Drumming
English | MP4 + MP3 + PDF | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~1000 Kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 192 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | ~18 hours | 10.78 GB
Genre: Video Tutorial / Drum-set, Percussion (2012)
太多的鼓手在鼓上都没有完全发挥出他们的潜能。 这不是他们的错,他们只是没有合适的工具! 我们创造了成功的鼓乐训练包来帮助鼓手带来持久训练每一天!
Too many drummers don’t reach their full potential on the drums. And it’s not their fault – they just don’t have the right tools! We created the Successful Drumming training pack to help drummers create lasting results, every day!
10 training DVDs, 7 play-along CDs, and a 274 page full-color workbook.
Includes The Drumming Song Simplifier™, The Easy Beat System™, The Drum Fill Builder™, The Drumming Cheat Sheet™, The Drummers Checklist™, The Habitual Drummer™, The Successful Band Method™, and more!
15 drum-less play-along songs with and without a metronome.
Video: 18 hours of video on 10 DVDs.
Audio: 15 new play-along songs on 7 CDs.
Books: 274 page full-color workbook.
Online: Digital versions of all content.
Skill: From beginner to advanced.
Course price: $ 270
As drummers, it’s critical that we start with a solid foundation. This section provides you with the essential information you need to get started. You’ll be introduced to The Drumming Tree™ and get detailed advice on: setting up your drum set, holding the drumsticks, developing proper posture, basic bass drum technique, accepting the sticks rebound, note values, and rest values. With those essentials down, you’ll learn your first drum beats and drum fills.
Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced drummer, it’s strongly recommended that you start with the lessons in this section before moving on. The advice is critical for beginners and it also serves as an important review for more experienced drummers. Future sections will build upon concepts introduced here, so it’s in your best interest to start from the beginning.
The TechniquesThe Techniques
Once you have established a solid foundation, it’s time to learn ten essential techniques that will allow you to unlock your full potential on the drum set. The step-by-step lessons in this section will show you how to play ghost notes, use cross-sticking, play rim shots, incorporate dynamics, use a metronome, develop the heel-toe technique, use proper cymbal technique, develop finger control, use the moeller method, and apply essential drum rudiments.
Every step you take moves you further along your drumming journey – and each lesson gets progressively more enjoyable as we shift our focus from theory to actually applying the concepts and techniques we’ve been working on. That’s the payoff. It’s fun to learn new things, but the real enjoyment results from being able to apply what you’ve learned!
The GroovesThe Grooves
Once you have a firm grasp on foundational concepts and essential techniques, it’s time to apply what you’ve learned. In this section you’ll make use of The Easy Beat System™ and The Drum Fill Builder™ to unlock your creativity when it comes to writing original beats and fills.
You’ll also get a chance to use The Style Selector™ to explore a variety of exciting musical genres, including rock, jazz, Latin, funk, heavy metal, punk, blues, reggae, country, and progressive rock. Think of this as an opportunity to ‘taste test’ different styles. You can then take those that appeal to you, borrow some of the core ideas, and return to The Easy Beat System™ and The Drum Fill Builder™ to come up with original patterns!
The BreakdownThe Breakdown
Playing the drums is all about creating music and jamming with other musicians. In this section, you’ll discover three valuable tools that simplify the way you learn and understand music. These tools are ideal for drummers who are interested in playing live gigs, doing studio work, jamming with musicians, playing in a church, learning cover songs, or creating original music.
You’ll first be introduced to The Drumming Cheat Sheet™ which simplifies the process of learning the form of a song. Then you’ll get a chance to use The Drumming Song Simplifier™ to quickly and easily learn the parts of your favorite songs. And finally, you’ll discover The Note Value Recognition System™ which makes it easy to identify the feel of a song in just four to eight bars. Each tool is helpful on its own, but the real advantage comes when you combine them.
The BassistThe Bassist
When it comes to playing drums along with music, it’s critical for drummers to work well with other members of the band. It doesn’t matter if we are performing live, recording separately in a studio, or even jamming along with a play-along song – we need to appreciate and understand how to play in relation to what other band members are doing. The most important relationship is with the bassist and what they are playing.
In this section you will be introduced to The Locked In System™. It includes three important phases to consider when ‘locking-in’ with a bassist. Reviewing these ideas will help you create a solid foundation to make the band sound and perform better as a team.