"Drum shed" help needed!

losangelas

Junior Member
Hey so I've been drumming since I was about 2 years old at churches and I'm 19 now but I guess I've never stuck around the right drummers to learn how to do these licks that it seems like EVERY gospel drummer knows. I've also been looking on youtube alot but no one ever explains it in depth, they always say something like "just stay around more drummers" or just tips that don't help me at all.

Before I link videos of what exactly I'm talking about, I'd like to confirm that I do not want to learn the exact sticking of these licks (unless really needed), I just want to learn the linear rudiment so that I can experiment with sticking and other stuff on my own.


https://youtu.be/q773FBdRjtw?t=5m21s
Not the beginning of the chop, just the roll after the first couple notes.

https://youtu.be/9OAwciFGSHc?t=2m23s
From where its time stamped till the next drummer begins.

https://youtu.be/WXPwpkD9k2E?t=8m50s
Basically his whole section.


I can provide more videos if needed.
 

snowfall

Junior Member
in the first video, it looks to me like he's playing inverted triplets (if that's the right term) between hands and kick drum. I count triplets as 1-and-ah two-and-ah, and so forth. He starts the figure on the "ah" before a downbeat, accenting the "and"s of the triplets, and packing the triplets into 16ths, starting on the "and" before the 1 of the first measure, and ending on the 4 of the second measure, so it looks like this:
r LkrL krLk rLkr Ckkr LkrL krLk krLk C
( the Cs are crashes with the left hand)

hope this helps,
snow
 
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