Rashid Williams  /  Featured Lessons

How To Be A Tighter Drummer

Rashid Williams  /  Featured Lessons
How To Be A Tighter Drummer
If you want to take your drumming and sound to the next level, this lesson will show you exactly how to polish your playing.

Steve Lyman  /  Featured Lessons
The Jazz Drum Soloing Formula
Steve Lyman reveals his four-part formula for writing jazz drumming solos that tell stories and draw people in.

Keith Carlock  /  Featured Lessons
How To Make Your Drum Solos More Interesting
Keith Carlock, best known for his work with Steely Dan, Toto, and other legendary acts, shows you how to make your solos more interesting with modulation and more.

Dom Famularo  /  Featured Lessons
8 Steps To Maximize Your Drumming Practice
Learn how to be a good student and ask your teacher the right questions, plus how to get the most out of your practice time.

Tony Coleman  /  Featured Lessons
Authentic Blues Drumming
B.B. King's drummer, Tony Coleman shares what it means to play the blues 'authentically' and how to spice up your shuffles.

Taylor Gordon  /  Featured Lessons
Developing Your Own Pocket
Taylor Gordon has carved out a niche for herself as 'The Pocket Queen', known for her incredible feel and groove. In this Drumeo live lesson, she talks about what it means to be 'in the pocket', how she builds grooves, and how beginner drummers can improve their pocket.

Marco Minnemann  /  Featured Lessons
Freedom In Odd Time
Did you know you can compare layering odd meters to a pizza? Marco Minnemann talks about how to get comfortable playing odd time signatures and more.

Brian Tichy  /  Featured Lessons
Brian Tichy:
Effective Triplets for Rock Drumming

Triplets aren’t just for jazz, blues and shuffles. In this lesson, Brian Tichy talks about spicing up your rock drumming with triplets.

Jost Nickel  /  Featured Lessons
A Fun & Easy Way
To Approach Drum Fills

In this lesson, Jost Nickel is going to teach you the approach he developed to aid himself and his students in the creation of unique and effective drum fills.

Dom Famularo  /  Featured Lessons
Practical Techniques for the 21st Century Drummer (Dom Famularo)
What are the must-know techniques that today's drummers should focus on? Dom Famularo is here with the goods.

Harry Miree  /  Featured Lessons
Backbeat Fills for Drummers
Harry Miree shows you how to keep the audience dancing with 5 unique drum fills that apply to a wide variety of genres.

Stan Bicknell  /  Featured Lessons
How To Build A Better, Stronger, & Faster Single Kick
Forget about double kick pedals! Let Stan Bicknell show you five grooves that can help you increase your single kick speed.

Carson Gant  /  Featured Lessons
Carson Gant: Exploring Hip-Hop Grooves
In this lesson, Carson Gant teaches 5 grooves taken from hip-hop songs. At first glance these might seem like "beginner" drum beats, but don't be fooled!

Camille Bigeault  /  Featured Lessons
Camille Bigeault: Groove Illusions
A groove illusion is a pattern or groove that the listener doesn't expect and causes them to second guess the time signature. Sound like fun? Download the sheet music, get behind your kit, and follow along!

Dan Wilding  /  Featured Lessons
Dan Wilding: The 5 Building Blocks Of Extreme Metal
Over his many years of blasting and thrashing with several metal bands, Dan Wilding discovered that there are five key components in his drumming that he needed to focus on in order to play extreme metal at a proficient level.

Julia Geaman  /  Featured Lessons
Julia Geaman: Smooth Transitions On The Drums
Learning new techniques, grooves, and fills on the drums are main pillars of becoming a better player, but there's a topic often ignored among drummers: transitioning between two separate ideas that have potentially varying subdivisions, tempos, and parts of the kit used.

Dave Atkinson  /  Featured Lessons
Dave King: Improving Your
Improv On The Drums

Improvising is to create and perform spontaneously. It can be one of the biggest pain points for many drummers (beginner OR advanced). If you add a layer of intention and of musicality over it, improvising becomes a totally different beast and an extremely demanding discipline.

Jared Falk  /  Featured Lessons
Nick D’Virgilio: Progressive Rock Drumming Tips
Having been voted #1 progressive drummer in 2017 by the readers of Modern Drummer magazine, and with years of experience as the drummer for progressive rock bands Spock's Beard and Big Big Train, Nick D’Virgilio is THE drummer to teach you to improve your progressive rock drumming.

Russ Miller  /  Featured Lessons
Russ Miller: Becoming A Musician, Not Just A Drummer
Russ Miller comes from a generation of drummers who all grew up playing in bands. Playing music all the time and constantly communicating with other musicians teaches you a skill that sitting alone in a practice room won't: the ability to execute music on a high level.

Tommy Igoe  /  Featured Lessons
Tommy Igoe: Great Hands For Groove Essentials
In this video, Tommy discusses modern drumming and how it's strayed away from the fundamentals of what makes a musical drummer.

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