(Drum Instruction). Have you struggled through tedious lessons and boring instruction books in your desire to learn to play the drumset? If you wish there was a fun and engaging way to motivate you in your drumset playing quest, then this is it: All About Drums is for you. Whether it's learning to read music, playing by ear, creating your own beats, or all of the above, this enjoyable guide will help you to finally start playing the beats and fills to your favorite songs in many different styles. Plus, learn interesting tid-bits on drumset makes a models, care and maintenance, additional percussion instruments, and other fun stuff about the drumset. This fun-filled, easy-to-use guide includes: An introduction to the drumset; Step-by-step music reading instruction; How to create your own beats, fills, a solos; Background on various styles of music, including dozens of favorite songs; Performing tips; Audio includes over 90 tracks for demo and play-along. Over 40 favorite songs, including: Come Together * Detroit Rock City * Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover * Hurts So Good * Message in a Bottle * Oh, Pretty Woman * Pour Some Sugar on Me * Shattered * Smells like Teen Spirit * Swingtown * Walk This Way * The Zephyr Song * and more.A Fun and Simple Guide to Playing Drums Rick Mattingly. start breaking up the time while accompanying the solos. Because jazz drummers play so much on the ride cymbal, many jazz drummers use two or even three different ride cymbals ... Doubletime and Halftime Feels Sometimes, to add a bitof excitement toa tune, the rhythm section will go into a adouble timea feel. ... Another approach is to doubletime only the ride pattern, but keep the pulse and backbeats inthe original tempo.
|Title||:||All About Drums|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard - 2006-11-01|