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No-Brainer Play Drumset

We Make Playing Drumset a No-Brainer!

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We Make Playing Drumset a No-Brainer!. Book; DVD; Method/Instruction; Percussion - Drum Set Method or Collection; Play-Along. No-Brainer. Published by Alfred Music (AP.37504).

Item Number: AP.37504

ISBN 073908089X.

With this book, you'll discover that playing drumset is a no-brainer. You get a simple and direct approach that has you playing in just a few pages. Start with basics, like holding your sticks and setting up the drumset, and then move on to learning beats, fills, odd time signatures, and advanced techniques like polyrhythms, the stick shot, buzz strokes, brushes, accelerando, and more. Play beats and fills in the style of legendary drummers, and even learn to improvise. The informative DVD includes video for the basic instruction portion of the book and audio tracks for every example, providing a comprehensive multimedia experience.

  • About the Authors 
  • PART 1: THE BASICS 
  • The Parts of a Drumset 
  • Setting Up the Drums 
  • Holding the Drumsticks 
  • Basic Hand Technique 
  • Basic Foot Technique 
  • Reading Music Notation 
  • Parts of a Drum 
  • Drumhead Selection 
  • Tuning the Drums 
  • Drumstick Selection 
  • Basic Rock Beats 
  • Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground 
  • Runnin' Down A Dream 
  • Back In Black 
  • I Won't Back Down 
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams 
  • The Flam 
  • Paradise City 
  • You Shook Me All Night Long 
  • Counting Sixteenth Notes 
  • Hard To Handle 
  • Free Fallin' 
  • Dotted Notes 
  • Come As You Are 
  • Smoke On The Water 
  • Kashmir 
  • The Weight 
  • When The Levee Breaks 
  • Incorporating the Left Foot 
  • Sweet Emotion 
  • Walk This Way 
  • Basic Rock Fills 
  • Free Fallin' (ex. 1) 
  • Free Fallin' (ex. 2) 
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams (ex. 1) 
  • The Drag 
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams (ex. 2) 
  • Livin' On The Edge 
  • Jamie's Cryin' 
  • Triplets 
  • D'yer Mak'er 
  • Basic Blues and Shuffle Beats 
  • Red House 
  • You Shook Me 
  • Paying The Cost To Be The Boss 
  • Sweet Home Chicago 
  • Revolution 
  • Bad To The Bone 
  • Accented Notes 
  • Who Do You Love 
  • Boom, Boom 
  • I Want to Be Loved #2 
  • Manish Boy  
  • Green Onions 
  • Wire Brushes 
  • At Last (ex. 1) 
  • At Last (ex. 2) 
  • Texas Flood 
  • Ghost Notes 
  • Pride And Joy 
  • Move It On Over 
  • Basic Blues and Shuffle Fills 
  • Sweet Home Chicago (ex. 1) 
  • Sweet Home Chicago (ex. 2) 
  • The Double-Stroke Roll 
  • Stone Crazy 
  • Red House (ex. 1) 
  • Improvisation 
  • The Fermata 
  • Red House (ex. 2) 
  • Basic Jazz Beats 
  • Everybody Loves Somebody 
  • The Rim Click 
  • What a Wonderful World 
  • I've got you Under My Skin 
  • Theme from New York, New York 
  • Straight, No Chaser 
  • In A Mellow Tone 
  • In The Mood 
  • Chelsea Bridge 
  • BLUES WALK 
  • Syncopation 
  • The Sidewinder 
  • Moanin' 
  • So What 
  • Jeru 
  • Basic Jazz Fills 
  • In Walked Bud 
  • I've Got You Under My Skin (ex. 1) 
  • Cues 
  • I've Got You Under My Skin (ex. 2) 
  • I've Got You Under My Skin (ex. 3) 
  • The Multiple Bounce Roll 
  • Crescendo and Decrescendo 
  • Everybody Loves Somebody (ex. 1) 
  • Everybody Loves Somebody (ex. 2) 
  • Basic Country Beats 
  • On The Road Again 
  • First And Second Endings 
  • The Devil Went Down To Georgia 
  • Basic Funk Beats 
  • Groovy Lady 
  • Doodle Loop (The World Is a Little Bit Under the Weather) 
  • Unfunky UFO 
  • You Can Make It If You Try 
  • Tippi-Toes 
  • Brick House 
  • Chameleon 
  • Thinking 
  • Super Bad, Pt. 1 
  • Basic Reggae Beats 
  • One Drop 
  • 54-46 That's My Number 
  • One-Measure Repeat 
  • Buffalo Soldier 
  • One Love / People Get Ready 
  • Rootsman Skanking 
  • Basic Latin Beats 
  • The Girl From Ipanema 
  • Fee 
  • Desafinado (Off Key) 
  • Dropping Bombs 
  • More Jazz Beats 
  • More Jazz Fills 
  • Polyrhythms 
  • In Walked Bud (ex. 1) 
  • In Walked Bud (ex. 2) 
  • Rim Shot 
  • Open Hi-Hat Foot Splash 
  • Stick Shot 
  • In Walked Bud (ex. 3) 
  • Buzz Strokes  
  • Sextuplets 
  • Trading Fours 
  • Double Time 
  • Time/Meter/Tempo Manipulation 
  • Me And Bobby McGee  
  • Half Time 
  • Wherever I May Roam 
  • Ritardando and Accelerando 
  • Stand 
  • PART 2: ODD TIME SIGNATURES 
  • Building Blocks of Odd Time Signatures 
  • 3/4 and 6/8 Review 
  • I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) 
  • Jazz in 3/4 
  • Basic 6/8 Grooves 
  • Time Playing in Five 
  • The Trees 
  • Hi-Hat and Cymbal Variations 
  • Jazz in 5/4 
  • Playing in 5/8 
  • Playing in 5/16 
  • Time Playing in Seven 
  • Playing in 7/4 
  • Rock and Funk in 7/4 
  • Money 
  • Jazz in 7/4 
  • Playing in 7/8 
  • Rock and Funk in 7/8 
  • Tom Sawyer 
  • Playing in 7/16 
  • PART 3: LOCKING IN WITH THE BASS 
  • Bass and Drums 
  • The Ultimate Team Effort 
  • The Art of Listening 
  • Which One Are You---Space Hog or Groovemeister? 
  • Methods of Communication 
  • Ten Golden Rules of Getting Locked 
  • The Grid 
  • Tempo 
  • Setting The Pace 
  • Taking Eighths and Sixteenths for a Spin Through the Paces 
  • Test Driving a Triplet Groove Through the Paces 
  • Kick Drum and Bass 
  • A Match Made in Heaven 
  • Creating Kick/Bass Grooves 
  • Variations on the Basics 
  • summing it all up 
  • Conceptual Approaches 
  • The Space Race---Using Silence and Sound to Create Tension and Release 
  • Keeping It Simple---Stripping a Groove Down to Its Bare Essentials 
  • Thinking in Phrases---A Lyrical Approach 
  • PART 4: FINE TUNING YOUR PLAYING 
  • Getting Creative  
  • Tools of the Trade 
  • Articulation and Dynamics---Light and Shade 
  • Methods for Improving 
  • PART 5: BEING A PROFESSIONAL DRUMMER 
  • Professional Issues 
  • The Search for Playing Opportunities 
  • Auditions 
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
  • Lower Back Problems 
  • Freelance Drumming 
  • The Most Common Freelance Situations 
  • What to Ask When Called for a Freelance Gig 
  • Drumming Injuries 
  • In Case of Emergency