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Enhance your rhythmic & musical
vocabulary
on the drums.

Study With Todd Sucherman Award-Winning Rock Drummer, In-Demand Clinician, & 20+ Year Drummer For Styx

Drumeo Interactive Edition The famous Hudson Music DVD has been reformatted for a world-class digital, interactive experience.

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Overview

* “Best DVD”, Modern Drummer Readers Poll (2009)

Todd Sucherman brings the knowledge of thousands of gigs, shows and recording sessions along with over three decades as a professional drummer to this useful and unique package.

Astonishing technique, power and musicality explode from the various musical and solo performances throughout this presentation. Working with artists over a myriad of genres diverse as Styx, Brian Wilson, Spinal Tap, Eric Marienthal, Peter Cetera, John Wetton, Steve Cole, The Falling Wallendas and countless more, there’s a wealth of knowledge imparted that goes way beyond just the technical aspects of drumming.


- You’ll also get online access to Drumeo features like progress tracking, video commenting, and community forums where you can connect with students and teachers from around the world.

Technical Specs

Publisher: Hudson Music, 2009
Video: 312 minutes
Online: Lifetime access to all content
Skill: All Levels

Todd Sucherman is one of the most in-demand drummers on the planet. In addition to a 20+ year tenure with the legendary rock band, Styx, Sucherman is also an in-demand clinician and the creator of the award-winning Methods and Mechanics instructional DVD series.

Sucherman recently won two awards in the 2018 Modern Drummer Readers Poll for #1 Progressive Rock Drummer and the #1 Recorded Performance for The Mission (Styx).

Topics Include

  • Better Practice
  • Hand Technique
  • Applying Rudiments
  • Drum Tuning
  • Developing Musicality
  • History of Drumming
  • Double Bass
  • Creative Drum Fills
  • Performance Breakdowns
  • Keeping Things Fresh