In the last drumming game we posted, Casey Cooper (COOP3RDRUMM3R) and I were trying to stump each other with single stroke accent patterns (you can view that video here). This time, we’ll be working together to stay in time with one another as the metronome speeds up. To keeps things simple, we’ll use single strokes, double strokes, and paradiddles. No accents this time – just do your best to keep up with your friend and the metronome! Each rudiment is played for one bar using 16th notes.
As you can tell, it’s much harder to stay in sync with one another than it looks. Give it a go!
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