The Drum Machine's, Drum lesson gallery is an ever increasing
FREE resource for all online drummers. We have drum lessons for a wide range
of popular topics covering Getting starting (tips, ideas), using a
metronome, Drum Rudiments, Rate Studies, Dynamics,
Accents, Odd Times Signatures, Beat & Style Studies
(rock, pop, country, funk, fusion. etc etc) and
lots more. Drum lessons are often presented in the popular Drum Tab format, and some
times with an accompanying MIDI file. Soon
they'll all have Midi files. Primarily
this allows me to present a much larger collection of Drum Lesson information in
a much smaller format. If you are not familiar with reading
Drum Tab's, please check the Tab FAQ in the drum Charts section. If your
still stumped, just email me, I'll be happy to try and answer your
questions. In Short, Drum Tab's are just a TEXT versions of
regular drum notation.
Apart from running The Drum
Machine, I make my living as a PROFESSIONAL Drum Teacher and
Performer. As a result, I write so much drum lesson material I've decided to make
them available to you.
Unfortunately, because of there size, I can only make one available per
(sorry). Their in a sort of 'lazy man's" drum notation, as
they are written for me to read, not publish. But things
change....:)... These ideas are not intended for beginners, and
will normally be miscellaneous collections rather than a focused
studies. So perhaps you can take them further, If you do,
I'd love to see your lesson ideas !.
The Drum Machine is
Proud to Announce our FREE 2001 E-Drum Lesson Program. Join
If you would
like to help write Drum Lessons for The Drum Machine, you are more than
welcome, or if you have any lesson idea's, suggestions or just some general tips on how I might better serve
you, please feel free to contact me !