Drum Playing Techniques


Drum playing is a type of art that takes time and dedication to learn. There are many types of drumming techniques, and I’ll be talking about each one in this blog. Drumming is great because it can be used in any situation, whether you want to play at a concert or just play for fun!

Hi! My name is Dave and I am a professional drummer. This blog is all about drumming techniques that I’ve learned through the years and how they’ve helped me to become who I am today!

I want to share my experiences with you, so that you can learn from my mistakes and make your own way up in this world!

I started playing drums when I was 12 years old, it was one of those things where it just clicked for me instantly. I was always very coordinated and had great hand-eye coordination so playing drums came naturally to me.

I took lessons from a local drummer who taught me all about different types of beats, fills and other tricks that he had learned during his own career as a professional musician. He also gave me tips on how to keep my hands healthy while playing for long periods of time which have been invaluable over the years since then.

There are a few different drum playing techniques that you can use in your drumming. Let’s take a look at some of them.

The Moeller method is one of the most well known techniques for drummers to use. You may have heard this technique being called the whip technique or the stroke technique. The moeller method was developed by Sanford A. Moeller and is a combination of two different techniques; his own technique and other methods that were used by dancers in the early 1900s.

In this technique, drums are hit as hard as possible with a whip-like motion. This motion is done by bringing the stick up to your nose and whipping it downward so that it hits the drum head with maximum force. With this technique, you will be able to get a sharp, clean sound out of your drums.

As a street entertainer I have always been interested in the different techniques used by drummers to achieve a desired sound. This blog is dedicated to helping drummers learn more about the art of drumming and how they can improve their skills.

I have been playing drums for over 30 years and still find myself learning new techniques every day. There are so many different types of drums, cymbals and percussion instruments that one could write a book on them all. However, if you are looking for information on specific drums or cymbals then please visit my website where I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

If you want to learn more about playing drums check out my blog “The Drummer’s Guide”. It is a great resource for anyone interested in learning how to play drums properly. The articles are written in an easy-to-understand format so even beginners can understand what they’re reading.

Drumming is a great way to entertain a crowd. There are many different drum playing techniques that you can learn and practice. Some of these techniques include palm muting, hand rolls, and ghost notes. To play the drums well, you need to practice each technique in different styles of music.

Palm Muting

Palm muting is when the drummer holds their hand on the drum head, which creates a tight muffled sound. Palm muting is used by most rock drummers. Using this technique in your songs, especially if they are fast-paced, will help them sound professional.

Hand Rolls

Hand rolls are a drum beat that involves one stick hitting the drum continuously to create what sounds like an unbroken roll. A hand roll has to be learned through practice because it is a very difficult technique to master. This technique is used in traditional music such as Irish or Scottish music, or even tribal music where drums are used as a form of communication with other tribes or villages.

Ghost Notes

Ghost notes are soft notes that are played between two beats to create a space for another instrument to play over them. Ghost notes make the other instruments stand out more when they play over them and often make the song sound more interesting and professional. Ghost notes

The aim of this website is to initiate the drummer into the mysteries of drumming.

This web site gives the drummer a chance to learn and practice new techniques, rhythms, grooves and fills.

The techniques are not only for playing drums, but also for practicing them.

The techniques are based on learning fundamental skills through practice.

The techniques can be used to learn about rhythm, harmony, melody and bass lines.

The aim is to help you develop your technique through practice.

The techniques will give you a chance to practice your drumming skills in a way that is fun and enjoyable.

The techniques are based on learning fundamental skills through practice.

The aim is to help you develop your technique through practice.

The techniques will give you a chance to practice your drumming skills in a way that is fun and enjoyable.

Welcome to the site! We are a group of drummers who love to play and share our thoughts on various techniques. In addition, we also offer street entertainment services.

Where did the idea come from?**

The idea came from one of our first concerts, where we were a part of a marching band and had an incredible time playing in front of many people. From there we formed this group to spread our passion for music and drumming around the world! If you would like to hire us for an event, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email at drummer@example.com.

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