A four bar groove that combines a straight level 0 with a 16 beat style hand pattern, all played over toms.
Learn to play a two bar half time groove using a version of the left to right reading method.
Learn to play a groove made of an eighth note tom pattern made of an odd rhythm broken up with bass drums using this 21 pilots song as an example.
A one handed 16th note right hand groove with some funky rhythm accents using the song 'Reasons' by Earth Wind And Fire as an example.
A loud and heavy one bar groove based around a sixteenth note '332' rhythm, using this foo fighters song as an example.
A groove using a '1e+' right hand rhythm with a '332' style kick part using the song 'See You On The Other Side' by Ozzy Osbourne as an example.
Learn to play a groove that has some offbeat 16th note snares inspired by the famous nirvana song.
A groove that contains heavy 16th note kick decoration over a two bar pattern, using a disturbed song as an example.
A one bar groove using a variation on the four on the floor groove using this classic Aha song as an example.
Learn to play one bar groove using sixteenth note kicks and displacement using this 21 pilots song as an example.
A groove pattern built by decorating an eighth note kick part with snres and toms.
Learn to play a groove made of a sixteenth note tom pattern broken up with bass drums using the Muse song 'Time Is Running Out' as an example.
Simple groove construction in the time signature of 7/4 using this foo fighters song as a practical example.
A syncopated two bar groove that is based on a 33334 style rhythm, using the song 'Use Somebody' by Kings Of Leon as an example.
A groove that contains a lot of 16th note ghosted snares.
Learn to play a groove that has a lot of offbeat 16th notes on both the snare and kick inspired by this korn song.
A groove using electronics played on a trigger pad.