That's a great idea. I'm not consistent with the keywords, so it's already a bit messy and putting the links at the beginning also results in everything being a bit cluttered..
I'm not a metal guy, but Marthyn Jovanovic's channel is good for techniqueI find it a bit weird that there are no Metal channels/blogs so far. I had a look on youtube, but mostly found covers and only a few tutorials.
Hahaha, heres 2 excersises. 1 play more with your left (not mocking, I do try to do some more basic grooves but left handed/footed rather than right), and 2 way more fun: Do the same but with bondage involvedAnd also Erce Arslan YouTube channel:
It has a nice series of double bass lessons videos touching upon many aspects. He didn't make a playlist out of it yet, but here's a link of the latest episode he uploaded, and all previous ones are linked in the description
Thank you very much! That is exactly what I'm looking for! I'm drummer beginner and I'm looking for some tips of playing! Thank you again!Only free resources and websites with a decent amount of free stuff (so it's OK if there is material with costs as long as you can find notes / videos for free).
Of course, no illegal links to copyrighted books!
It would greatly help if you contribute the three categories in the list below, preferably like this:
If this list becomes too long, you can search for some keywords like "Metal" or "Jazz" by pressing Ctrl+F / Command+F in most browsers.
Last update: 2021/9/1
Name Link Description 66Samus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=978eilw-WIE Metal, Blast beats for beginners - more videos if you go to the channel Ari Hoenig https://www.youtube.com/c/AriHoenigDrums/ Jazz, Concepts, Exercises, Odd Meters / Phrases Art Of Drumming https://artofdrumming.com/ Lessons and Play alongs Austin Burcham https://www.youtube.com/c/abbdrums all styles, "Study the Greats", Technique Bang! The Drum School https://www.bangthedrumschool.com/blog/ all styles, Licks, Grooves. Blog by member @feldiefeld Bruce Becker Technique, Grip, Exercises, Q&A Claxton Drums https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctR_mRCXVIg Metal, Gravity Blast - more videos if you go to the channel Cruise Ship Drummer http://www.cruiseshipdrummer.com/ Jazz, Latin, Funk, Transcriptions, Concepts. Blog by member @toddbishop Drum Notation Guide https://www.onlinedrummer.com/drum-key/ Notation, symbols, rolls, beginners. Note: Drumset notation varies, depending on what the author prefers and how large the set is Drumeo https://www.youtube.com/user/freedrumlessons Lessons / Clinics by professional drummers, tutorials for beginner to advanced, all genres. Emmanuelle Caplette https://www.youtube.com/c/EmmanuelleCaplette Technique, Exercises Erce Arslan https://youtube.com/c/ErceArslan It has a nice series of double bass lessons videos touching upon many aspects. Four on the Floor http://jonmccaslinjazzdrummer.blogspot.com/ Jazz, Analysis, Recommended albums, History, Blog Francis' Drumming Blog https://francisdrummingblog.com/ Prog, Jazz, Transcriptions, Exercises Gordy Knudtson https://www.youtube.com/user/GKMusic54 Technique, Tutorials Jack Young https://youtube.com/user/TheViolaLion Song transcriptions/play along, mostly Trinity & Rockschool grades Jazz Drum Hang (Chris Smith) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUJmIVorBccW3ksNIROGf_w Jazz, in-depth discussions of certain drummers, exercises Jazz Drummer's Resource (Justin Varnes) https://www.youtube.com/user/JazzDrummersResource Jazz, Licks, Concepts. Mostly concise tutorials on short phrases Jonathan Curtis https://www.youtube.com/user/JCurtisDrums Jazz, Odd Time, Broken Time, Technique. Channel by member @Mighty_Joker Kevin Dorn Traditional Jazz (Rag, New Orleans, Chicago, Swing) Marcus Hawkins https://www.youtube.com/c/marcushawkinsmusic/ Rudimental, Drum Corps, Tutorials, Vocalisation. Also some beginner videos. Marthyn Jovanovic https://youtube.com/c/MarthynJovanovic Metal, Hand & Foot Technique Music Theory www.musictheory.net General music theory, notation, rhythm, time signatures, keys, intervals. Lessons, Exercises, Tools. Niels Myrner www.nkmdrums.com Beginner grooves and advice, notation, Jazz, Solos, Polyrhythms, Concepts Open Studio https://www.youtube.com/c/OpenStudioJazz Jazz, interviews. Lots of tutorials for other instruments, but also drums (Edu Ribeiro, Billy Hart, Nate Smith...) Percussive Arts Society https://www.youtube.com/user/PercArts/ Drumset, Rudimental, Percussion, Mallets, Corps, Orchestra Quincy Davis https://www.youtube.com/user/qtip104 Jazz, Exercises and concepts, Interviews Rick Dior https://www.youtube.com/user/rickdior Jazz, Latin, Rudimental, Orchestra, Technique. One of the most prolific, in-depth teachers - highly recommended! Rob "Beatdown" Brown https://youtube.com/c/RobBeatdownBrown Funk, Jazz, Pop, Technique Rob Hirons https://www.youtube.com/c/RobHirons Drumset, Styles, Concepts. Channel by member @Rob Hirons Teoría: Music Theory www.teoria.com General music theory, notation, rhythm, time signatures, keys, intervals, harmony. Lessons, Exercises, Tools. Thomas Crémier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuWI3aJzqAU Metal, Heel-Toe, Double Strokes - more videos if you go to the channel Stanton Moore https://www.youtube.com/c/stantonmooremusic Funk, Rock, Technique, New Orleans Steve Holmes Technique, Licks, Jazz, Prog That Drum Blog http://thatdrumblog.blogspot.com/ Jazz, Brazil, Afro-Cuban, Rudimental. Blog by member @adamosmianski Time Manipulation https://www.timemanipulation.com/en/tmblog/ all styles, odd meter, concepts, grooves. Blog by member @Alain Rieder Trap'd https://trapdted.blogspot.com/ Jazz, Analysis, Recommended albums, History, Blog Vic Firth https://vicfirth.zildjian.com/education.html Drumset, Rudimental, Percussion, Mallets, Playalongs
Do I need to buy some special sticks for drumming (I'm going to buy Electric Drum Kit) or I can use simple wood sticks for those exercises?Here's a good begginer video. It doesn't cover much, in fact, it really doesn't cover anything. All this video does is help you set a plan for learning. A learning video about how to practice drums. For someone who doesn't have a clue where to start, and to start out in the right way. Because really all I want to do is just start jamming out to songs I like, but in reality you have to get out of your comfort zone and practice things you don't like to do to get better at things you do like to do.