The Top 10 Drum Videos Of 2017
2017 was a great year for us! Here are the top 10 videos that were released to our YouTube channel. We clocked in just over 25 million views across all of our videos, so thank you so much for your support! Remember… These videos are just a taste of what we offer over in the Drumeo members area. For even more content by the drummers on this list, head on over to Drumeo.com.
Which one was your favorite?
10) John Wooton: Play Music, Not Rudiments
World-renowned marching percussionist John Wooton is going to teach you how to use rudiments musically around the drum set. This includes learning several variations of commonly used rudiments, rudiments for articulation purposes, as well as how to use snare drum solos to help you hone in on your technique and musicality at the same time.
John will also discuss the 4 “real” rudiments. Can you guess what they are?
9) David Garibaldi: Building Coordination
David Garibaldi has been one of our most highly requested guests and it’s an honor to have been able to host him in our studio. He’s prepared a lesson jam packed full of drum knowledge so download the PDF sheet music and MP3 tracks and buckle up!
8) 5 Tips For The Self-Taught Drummer
Today it seems more and more drummers are self taught compared to having taken drum lessons from a teacher. Whether or not this is a good idea is another topic for another time, but today, Jimmy Rainsford will be providing five tips for all of you drummers who decided to tackle this instrument solo. In fact, even drummers who have taken lessons should take these into account!
7) Derek Roddy: The Truth About Developing Speed
“How do I develop speed?” is probably the #1 question drummers ask, and even more so to Derek Roddy as an extreme metal player. The most common answer is to simply start slow and work your way up, but Derek brings forth some great insights on other efficient ways to hit those top speeds.
6) Anika Nilles: Grooves & Fills From Pikalar
It’s Anika Nilles’ second round at Drumeo! In this lesson, Anika will teach you to play beats and fills from four songs featured in her album “Pikalar”. Be prepared to learn odd-time patterns in 3/4, 5/4, 5/8 and 7/8, as well as a 4-over-5 groove! Click here to download the sheet music.
5) Luke Holland’s Favorite Drum Beats & Fills
Here’s a collection of TEN grooves and fills that have become Luke’s favorites throughout his drumming career – everything from his signature chops to grooves from his famous YouTube drum covers such as “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar. Get the sheet music.
4) Dennis Chambers: Legendary Tips For Modern Drummers
It’s been a long time coming! We’ve received hundreds, if not thousands of comments from all of you requesting Dennis Chambers to come onto Drumeo. And it finally happened!
This video is a little different from our traditional lessons. We won’t be talking about any specific grooves, fills, or exercises; but rather essential tips and concepts that will help you better understand this beloved craft. Dennis covers everything he thinks some modern drummers are lacking these days such as playing in the pocket, having good technique, and overall developing a better understanding on how to serve music.
There are only a few drummers who come to mind who could justify this lesson title. Dennis Chambers is one of them.
3) Todd Sucherman: “Sounds & Choices”, More Methods & Mechanics
Todd Sucherman will be discussing the mental and physical approach to playing the drums so you can enhance your rhythmic vocabulary. This includes going back and ensuring you have a firm grasp on the fundamentals of drumming. Todd’s approach will make you re-think what you “know”, and what you actually apply in your drumming.
Take the time to watch the full lesson! His body of work and continued growth as a musician (and teacher) have earned him an insurmountable wealth of knowledge which he’s going to expose you to during this lesson.
2) The Most Important Beat I Ever Learned
As David and I were discussing his lesson material for Drumeo, he began talking about a drum beat that heavily influenced his own playing and was popular amongst drummers in the early 70’s: the “King Kong” (created and coined by Pete DePoe).
Today, David’s here to show and teach you this groove that inspired his overall sound that we’ve all come to love. Download the sheet music!
1) Gavin Harrison: How To Create Amazing Drum Parts
Arguably the most requested drummer by our viewers, Gavin Harrison is here at Drumeo to share his tips and methods for coming up with tasteful drum parts, how to improve your creativity, and your general mindset when playing the drums whether in the studio or performing live.
This hour-long lesson is jammed full of incredible drumming knowledge, so pay attention! He also plays several tracks from his solo project “Cheating the Polygraph”, as well as a track from The Pineapple Thief.
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