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Old 01-08-2009, 09:52 AM
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Thanks for replying Tim.

I care.

I'm the one who's proven himself at the WFD official events...and i'm going to be the one who carries on the torch with pride and respect to the next Champion. Jade is looking very strong as is George... and I truly wish them the best.

I right now have no plans to re-claim what is now a fulfilled dream... but for you to still talk about WFD as if you didn't or don't still rely on it for publicity is the true reason why I'll always comment here online... you've done well for yourself in WFD... and it's done alot for you... why act like you're above it is what most of us are asking???

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Old 02-07-2009, 03:20 PM
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hi Tim. what do you think about trick Pro1-V drum pedal??
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Old 02-10-2009, 11:37 PM
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hi Tim. what do you think about trick Pro1-V drum pedal??
I tried them At NAMM they are good but NOT as good as AXIS
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Old 03-10-2009, 10:20 AM
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Thanks for replying Tim.

I care.

I'm the one who's proven himself at the WFD official events...and i'm going to be the one who carries on the torch with pride and respect to the next Champion. Jade is looking very strong as is George... and I truly wish them the best.

I right now have no plans to re-claim what is now a fulfilled dream... but for you to still talk about WFD as if you didn't or don't still rely on it for publicity is the true reason why I'll always comment here online... you've done well for yourself in WFD... and it's done alot for you... why act like you're above it is what most of us are asking???

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wow leave Mr. Waterson alone

He wants to be more creative musically. He passed the challenges of WFD; it's an amazing accomplishment for anyone. Yes he's recognized because of it but now he's stepping up to the plate to meet new challenges so that WFD isn't the only thing he will be remembered for.

Tim Waterson will be remembered as the guy who can not only do ridiculously fast double bass work but who can use the skills learned as a tool to express himself musically on the kit. Not only that he's dedicated a lot of his life to sharing and passing on his knowledge with the rest of the drumming world.
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Old 03-31-2009, 10:36 PM
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wow leave Mr. Waterson alone

He wants to be more creative musically. He passed the challenges of WFD; it's an amazing accomplishment for anyone. Yes he's recognized because of it but now he's stepping up to the plate to meet new challenges so that WFD isn't the only thing he will be remembered for.

Tim Waterson will be remembered as the guy who can not only do ridiculously fast double bass work but who can use the skills learned as a tool to express himself musically on the kit. Not only that he's dedicated a lot of his life to sharing and passing on his knowledge with the rest of the drumming world.
Thanks for ending that WFD topic and realizing Im NOT a one trick pony..Speed is just a means to an end its just a tool.
Just so DRUMMERS know I started the whole fastest feet in 2000 to PROMOTE a drum association I started in edmonton.
Music drums and drumming are my life and I always wanted to be a drummer who could play on anything and make it work.
I like to be able to take a snare, bassdrum,with a single pedal and and hi hat and make it work by just playing drums
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Old 04-01-2009, 03:16 AM
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I tried them At NAMM they are good but NOT as good as AXIS
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Hi Tim,
Could you expand a bit on why you have this opinion? I haven't tried the Trick and only messed around for a few minutes on the Axis. Just trying to get more info before I buy a direct drive pedal. I like that with these pedals I can get the single to start out (I don't play double bass yet) and expand to a double later.
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Old 04-27-2009, 01:53 AM
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Hi Tim,
Could you expand a bit on why you have this opinion? I haven't tried the Trick and only messed around for a few minutes on the Axis. Just trying to get more info before I buy a direct drive pedal. I like that with these pedals I can get the single to start out (I don't play double bass yet) and expand to a double later.
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I try all NEW pedals when I can just to see but so far no one comes close to Axis
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Hey Tim

I play heel up double bass and i can reach about 200-205 BPM single strokes but not for a whole minute, would you say the best way to play for longer would be to keep going till i burn out and keep doing that or do i need to go back to slower tempos that i can do for a minute and keep cranking up the tempo until i can do it for a minute?

Any advice on endurance past 200 BPM would be great thanks!
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Old 07-20-2009, 09:00 PM
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Hey Tim

I play heel up double bass and i can reach about 200-205 BPM single strokes but not for a whole minute, would you say the best way to play for longer would be to keep going till i burn out and keep doing that or do i need to go back to slower tempos that i can do for a minute and keep cranking up the tempo until i can do it for a minute?

Any advice on endurance past 200 BPM would be great thanks!
IMHO Learn to relax around 200 seems to be the tempo most drummers have more problems with as its the in between legs to anlkes transition speeed
The reason I focused on the TRANSITIONS so much on MY Techniques motions and appications dvd was drummers wanted to know the so called secrets to getting faster and still having control
I try to warm the muscles NEVER burn by playingLONGER for endurance but I always try to RELAX and guess what I just keep getting faster and I have more control.
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Old 07-23-2009, 12:50 PM
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IMHO Learn to relax around 200 seems to be the tempo most drummers have more problems with as its the in between legs to anlkes transition speeed
The reason I focused on the TRANSITIONS so much on MY Techniques motions and appications dvd was drummers wanted to know the so called secrets to getting faster and still having control
I try to warm the muscles NEVER burn by playingLONGER for endurance but I always try to RELAX and guess what I just keep getting faster and I have more control.
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Thanks Tim

I guess relaxing is what does it and just out of curiosity have you tried the Sleishman twin pedal out before?

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Old 08-17-2009, 09:13 PM
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Thanks Tim

I guess relaxing is what does it and just out of curiosity have you tried the Sleishman twin pedal out before?

Cheers
Yes I triesd the sleishman at NAMM a few years back The angles are interesting but Still Not an Axis.LOL
so far NO one comes close to Axis feel, speed, control. and Durability
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Old 09-11-2009, 02:47 PM
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Hi Tim i read back through your posts and saw that you have 3 different pedal set-ups, could you please specify a bit more on what is different on each of them and does practicing on all of these set-ups make a big difference when playing your desired setting?

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Old 09-11-2009, 08:35 PM
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Hi Tim i read back through your posts and saw that you have 3 different pedal set-ups, could you please specify a bit more on what is different on each of them and does practicing on all of these set-ups make a big difference when playing your desired setting?

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My pedals are ALL set up differntly becasuse I dont want to get used to one setting I teach on ALL kinds of pedals and i want to ale to play without relying on MY settings.
Some pedals have loosest springs other are the tightest,some pedals are lonng swing of the beaters others are shorter.
If I were to play extremem music I would go with tighter springs and and shorter beater distance to the head
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Old 10-18-2009, 10:38 AM
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Just organized my videos on youtube so its USER friendly and easier for drummers to find band clips,solos or techniques.
http://www.youtube.com/my_playlists
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Old 11-12-2009, 07:40 PM
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Hey Tim, I checked out your vid playing heel/toe with galoshes on... lol. You made it look as if there were nothin' to it. With renewed confidence I again tried the technique on my Tama single pedal and it actually sorta' bounced, actually three times. Then I went to my DW 4000 double pedal and I didn't have much luck using my heel, in fact often the beater didn't even reach the batter when using only my heel. I notice you say that you use different spring and distance adjustments (the 4000 doesn't have a 'distance' adjustment), which makes me wonder why the Tama pedal is more user friendly doing my sloppy rendition of a h/t than the DW (and yes, I will continue to practice it now that I've seen your technique)? I tried to get to your site so see whether you had any clues to tension adjustment, seat height, positioning, etc., but had to sign in to you tube and I don't have an account there. So I'm asking you here whether one pedal is inherently better than the other, or ????, or my footwear (I was wearing only socks on the Tama and boots on the DW). Any enlightenment will be appreciated...
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Old 12-02-2009, 09:54 PM
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I didnt actually meant that you "slam" it, thats just the way I said it. I can tell that you let your foot fall naturally. Is that a pretty easy motion or does it take some time to master?
Its an easy motion once you leran to relax your ankles
A lot of drummers ive worked with have really TENSE legs
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Old 01-11-2010, 08:19 PM
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TIm

Love the DVD! It's really helped by accuracy and strength on the bass drum...What type of beaters do you use on a regular basis, wood , felt, ??

Jason
jason Glad you like the dvd keep me posted on your progress.
for overall playing a variety of styles I like Promark Arcylic beaters very WARM sounding
The wood have a lot of attack and bounce a bit heavier
but for speed I prefer the AXIS marksman or Sonic Hammers.
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Old 01-23-2010, 04:03 AM
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Hey Tim, I checked out your vid playing heel/toe with galoshes on... lol. You made it look as if there were nothin' to it. With renewed confidence I again tried the technique on my Tama single pedal and it actually sorta' bounced, actually three times. Then I went to my DW 4000 double pedal and I didn't have much luck using my heel, in fact often the beater didn't even reach the batter when using only my heel. I notice you say that you use different spring and distance adjustments (the 4000 doesn't have a 'distance' adjustment), which makes me wonder why the Tama pedal is more user friendly doing my sloppy rendition of a h/t than the DW (and yes, I will continue to practice it now that I've seen your technique)? I tried to get to your site so see whether you had any clues to tension adjustment, seat height, positioning, etc., but had to sign in to you tube and I don't have an account there. So I'm asking you here whether one pedal is inherently better than the other, or ????, or my footwear (I was wearing only socks on the Tama and boots on the DW). Any enlightenment will be appreciated...
I spent a LOT of time explaining the transitions for the feet on the TMA dvd and once you learn the transitions between heel down, heel up, heeltoe,constant release singles vs doubles etc. it makes more sense and becomes easier to control your pedals.
Not to toot my own horn LOL BUT thisTMA dvd is the most comprehensive foot technique dvd on the market today.
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Old 03-17-2010, 09:07 PM
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OK drummerworld friends heres the link to the Dragonfire Video shot in HD at Mameo studios in Alberta Eh....
http://www.ma-me-o.com/Russ%20Bergen.html
the 2nd clip is me breaking down some of my techniques for Miles the studio owner/engineer/keyboards
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Old 04-29-2010, 06:00 PM
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Update on whats happeming in May long weekend Tribute to Rock
Im gigging with the Ozzy Ozbourne experience
cant wait this is going to kick ass
heres a link to the promo
http://festivalmanitoba.com/
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Old 07-12-2010, 09:21 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/comment_servl...&v=ZkJHsn03WAQ
Jammimg with a guitar player on a less than adequate drumset see if you can spot when the floor tom falls over
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Old 08-16-2010, 07:53 PM
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Update for all you speed freaks
when I stopped worrying about singles or doubles and just play the notes this happens,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9W7SQrk-VY
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i got a question for tim waterson. in this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOFXt0osG6c were you playing heel toe at 0:48?
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i got a question for tim waterson. in this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOFXt0osG6c were you playing heel toe at 0:48?
No Im not doing heel toe this is called the pump technique where i pump my toes with the heel in the air
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Just
added a clip perfmorming with Carson Cole alittle more funkier drumming
enjoy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjWWcfYKuxE
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Hi Tim,
congrats on your world record!!!

I'm pretty late with that, sorry. I stumbled across your YouTube tutorials several times and I can only admire when real pro drummers take the time to explain things in a clear way so others can benefit from you. Well, I'm envious of your feet, haha. I also appreciate that despite all that technical stuff, you stress the importance of making music - skills can be a great benefit (in fact, many things simply demand having good technique), but it's the balanced musical result which counts in the end.

(I'm playing for 1 year now and find doublebass fascinating, practicing for several hours per day, almost daily. My max speed: heel-up 240 bpm, heel-toe 260 bpm. My hands are way slower, haha.)
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Old 08-16-2011, 08:27 PM
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Hi Tim,
congrats on your world record!!!

I'm pretty late with that, sorry. I stumbled across your YouTube tutorials several times and I can only admire when real pro drummers take the time to explain things in a clear way so others can benefit from you. Well, I'm envious of your feet, haha. I also appreciate that despite all that technical stuff, you stress the importance of making music - skills can be a great benefit (in fact, many things simply demand having good technique), but it's the balanced musical result which counts in the end.

(I'm playing for 1 year now and find doublebass fascinating, practicing for several hours per day, almost daily. My max speed: heel-up 240 bpm, heel-toe 260 bpm. My hands are way slower, haha.)
Thanks for the kind words and glad you like the vids.
My feet are comfortable so im working on some hand stuff now.
Ive ALWAYS been about MUSIC Ive been playing in bands since I was 16.
Ive played everything from Country to Death Metal.
I organized my Youtube page to show bands here
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Hi Tim, I have really enjoyed your videos and think it's great that you take the time to make and upload them. I am a couple of months into learning double bass (been drumming 10+ years) and wondering if I should be working on control, endurance and speed, and not worry about my volume for now? Will that come later or should I be trying to maintain volume before advancing with speed and complexity?

At the moment I am practicing rudiments including flam patterns to work on control and precision, but for speed practice I'm currently not going faster than the speed at which I can keep a high volume (about 130). I'm wondering if I should just chill out and go as fast as I can without worrying about the volume. thanks
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Old 09-15-2011, 07:21 PM
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Hi Tim, I have really enjoyed your videos and think it's great that you take the time to make and upload them. I am a couple of months into learning double bass (been drumming 10+ years) and wondering if I should be working on control, endurance and speed, and not worry about my volume for now? Will that come later or should I be trying to maintain volume before advancing with speed and complexity?

At the moment I am practicing rudiments including flam patterns to work on control and precision, but for speed practice I'm currently not going faster than the speed at which I can keep a high volume (about 130). I'm wondering if I should just chill out and go as fast as I can without worrying about the volume. thanks
Glad you like the vids,
Im posting New ones in better quality soon and a lot of the old ones will be gone.
TOO MANY drummers want to worry about speed and they dont need it
does your Music requier you to play faster if YEs than you need to work on speed.
everything takes time and patience and PRACTICE.
CONTROl is most important without control you will never achieve true speed.
after a certain speed volume drops its physics.when i play i just play if my bass drums are not loud enough Ill trigger them like everyone else does.
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Heres a FOOTcam view for drummers who wanted to see a variety of foot techniques in a SOLO
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Tim,
your tutorial DVD has just arrived ;-) I'll be back with a review (and I'm nervous to check it out... might be really shocking...)

The cover reads "Volume 1" - is there/will there be a "Volume 2"? Holy cow ;-)

EDIT
I've just watched the 1st DVD (with the technical stuff/exercises)... I feel discouraged now, I need some time to get over what I've seen/watched. Hopefully to come back being motivated to practice more than before. What else did I expect from Tim's world class feet, haha.

Tim, thank you for this DVD set.

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PS, referring to a post by Mike Machine...
As proud a WFD torchbearer as he claims himself, but on another drumming forum I learned that some folks weren't too pleased with Mike constantly making them remember he is/was world record holder etc to prevent people from forgetting it. I hope he doesn't have an ego problem.

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Old 01-11-2012, 07:35 PM
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HAppy new year and welcome to 2012 drummerworld friends
Im working with aDeath/Speed metal band called Death Assembly
Here are the first clips of rehearsal
let me know what you think
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Old 01-13-2012, 11:53 AM
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Tim,
I like what you're doing on that small kit - basically everything is there, I wasn't missing anything. Maybe some broken bass drum patterns here and there? ;-) I liked your relaxed playing on the clean guitar part of one of that vids very much.

Soundwise I couldn't make out what the guitarist was playing in detail, but there might be some practice session videos with better audio quality. I've heard that some new digital mini recorders have quite stunning audio quality.
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Old 01-17-2012, 04:01 AM
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[quote=Arky;929076]Tim,
your tutorial DVD has just arrived ;-) I'll be back with a review (and I'm nervous to check it out... might be really shocking...)

The cover reads "Volume 1" - is there/will there be a "Volume 2"? Holy cow ;-)

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I've just watched the 1st DVD (with the technical stuff/exercises)... I feel discouraged now, I need some time to get over what I've seen/watched. Hopefully to come back being motivated to practice more than before. What else did I expect from Tim's world class feet, haha.

Tim, thank you for this DVD set.

Hey Arky Glad you like the Dvd how are the feet comming?
Yes there will be a Vol# 2 but only when I get an organized drum facilty.
im doing pre prod on my ekit and ill have demos on practice pads,ekit and real drums on the NEW dvd its a work in progress but im not in a hutrry it has to be done right,
The dvd you have TMA i did way too much work myself.WHHHHHEEEEWWWWW
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Old 05-14-2012, 08:47 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEh1PwWz5FU
Something I ve been working on for endurace for the hands
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Herea a qick demo we did with death Assembly
Stereo out of the TD 10 and live no drums no click guitars and vocals were added separately Let me know what you guys think

http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/13861047
Click on 6th sense NEW

the other songs were with their old drummer Just imagine more double bass a dynamics do think Im wasting my time or do guys Like Death Assembly
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I think it sounds really good. I like that beat you do about one minute in. It's a great sounding band. Not too crazy fast, and the riffs are well played as well as the chops. The singer is actually not bad, he's sick.
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I think it sounds really good. I like that beat you do about one minute in. It's a great sounding band. Not too crazy fast, and the riffs are well played as well as the chops. The singer is actually not bad, he's sick.
Glad you like the clip I try to keep it with the realm of the bands speed so i actually Lay back as much as can
heres a link to the vids of death Assembly live
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...C&feature=plcp
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