In this quick tips video, Alex Rudinger breaks down one of his favorite patterns that uses linear singles (where no limbs play at the same time).
It’s a great way to start learning the concept of linear drumming and how it feels before you jump in too deep.
This pattern combines a simple quad-style metal fill (RLKK) with straight linear singles where all four of your limbs are alternating (RKLK).
Here’s the pattern:
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