Adding eighth note feet ostinati to the dragadiddle.
A similar set of exercises to the quarter note versions of this exercise where feet ostinatos are added to an eighth note flam.
Developing the quarter note snare rudiment by adding feet ostinatos using crotchets and quavers.
A rudiment used a rhythmic decoration that involves one hand playing slightly before the other.
A development of the straight drag rudiment that involves adding in additional notes between the drag.
Taking the sixteenth note version of the rudiment and adding feet ostinati as crotchets. Another good co ordination challenge.
The sticking for this paradiddle rudiment which combines drags and paradiddles.
Applying the combination of drags and paradiddles in the time signature of 6/8.
A rudiment based on the single stroke four that adds in the drag movement
A simple orchestration where the right hand moves around the kit and the left stays on the snare.
Changing the voicing of a drag tap every other numbered count.
Changing the voicing of a drag tap every numbered count.
Changing the voicing of a sixteenth note drag tap on every '+' count.
Creating more complicated orchestrations that move around the kit in odd groupings.
A simple orchestration where the grace notes stay on the snare and all others move around the kit.
A very straight forward orchestration of the drag designed to get your hands moving around the kit.
A simple orchestration where the left hand moves around the kit and the right stays on the snare.
An orchestration of the Dragadiddle that moves around the kit in set blocks of eight sixteenth notes.
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