Developing Buzz Rolls

March 26th, 2018

Stanton Moore presents his unique approach to developing smooth, funky buzz rolls.

Developing Rebound and Finesse

March 3rd, 2016

This second pack explains how to develop rebound, finesse, comfort, and relaxation with each grip.

Developing Rebound and Rudimental Concepts

This third pack continues the explanation of the development of control and rebound with each grip, mainly through the application of double strokes and the accented upstroke. Rudimental phrases to develop the grips are also introduced.

Paradiddle Variations

This fourth pack introduces several more rudimental concepts to enhance development of the hands and grips. Key concepts are applying a swing feel to the rudiments and splitting the rudiments between hands and feet (snare and bass drum).

Rudimental Combinations

This sixth and final pack presents a wealth of challenging rudimental stickings and phrases that will push the development of your technique. Concepts include different accent variations for several rudiments, plus a polyrhythmic concept: applying a 3-note sticking within a 4-note rhythm.

Steve Smith Pathways of Motion 1

This first pack explains and demonstrates the four grips.

Stickings, Rudiments, and Moeller Motions

This fifth pack deals with several concepts. Steve teaches an interesting two-note concept on the bass drum and provides musical phrases for it; the Moeller motion is explained and demonstrated; and several more rudiments are discussed and played.

Sample Pack 2

May 27th, 2015

This free sample pack features a wide range of concepts from on drumming topics such as odd meters, R&B/gospel/pop fill concepts, odd groupings applied to funk, rudiments, and warm-ups, and a classic “ancient style” snare drum solo.

Sample Pack 1

This is the Free Sampler pack! using this pack you will learn grooves in rock drumming. Includes lessons from drum superstars Steve Smith, Chad Smith, Mike Portnoy, Steve Gadd and more!

Check Patterns Timing and Polyrhythms

November 26th, 2014

Jeff Queen teaches rhythm and accent exercises usable by drummers of all styles and levels. Topics start with basic accent patterns, triplets, and 16th notes and proceed to an introduction to polyrhythms.nnnnnn

Rudi-MENTAL Combo Chop Builders 2

December 20th, 2013

Putting rudiments together into combinations to create musical phrases is a great technique builder. Pat will help build your chops with these original 4-bar exercises, designed for easy memorization and effectiveness. This pack is for advanced players.

Rudi-MENTAL Combo Chop Builders 1

December 17th, 2013

Putting rudiments together into combinations to create musical phrases is a great technique builder. Pat will help build your chops with these original 4-bar exercises, designed for easy memorization and effectiveness. They are a must-own for serious drummers!

Gladstone Pack 1

November 25th, 2013

Morris “Arnie” Lang shows you more techniques and approaches of the legendary Gladstone Technique.

Gladstone Pack 2

Morris “Arnie” Lang shows you more techniques and approaches of the legendary Gladstone Technique.

Coordination with Rudiments Pack

October 8th, 2013

For intermediate players, Mike Mangini show some creative ways to apply rudiments to the drum set, all of which require different limb coordination.

Essentials of Drumming Pack

May 3rd, 2013

Contains 12 lessons covering grip, movement, the essential strokes of drumming, dynamics, accents, and Dennis’ “Five T’s”: time, technique, touch, taste, and tone.

A-Diddles & Beyond

December 12th, 2012

Funk legend David Garibaldi from Tower of Power shows you some amazingly funky and challenging grooves using diddles and odd groupings. Learn to apply 5,7,9,11, and 13-note sticking patterns to create some mind blowing funk grooves!

Rudimental Concepts Part 2

November 30th, 2012

One of the true living legends of drumming, Steve Gadd here presents some of the rudimental concepts that have become a signature part of his vocabulary, and made him one of the most imitated drummers in modern music history. Included are some of Steve’s classic diddle sticking applications and a rare performance of one of Steve’s favorite rudimental snare drum solos.

Rudimental Concepts Part 1

One of the true living legends of drumming, Steve Gadd here presents some of the rudimental concepts that have become a signature part of his vocabulary, and made him one of the most imitated drummers in modern music history. Included are applications for grooves and variations using various rudimental stickings.

Classic Snare Solos Pack

Jeff Prosperie demonstrates several classic ancient snare drum solos and drumming techniques using a rope snare drum. This pack will show you the historical approach to the marching snare drum, and also provide you with some inspiring practice material.

Ultimate Hands Warm-Ups by Dennis DeLucia

Dennis DeLucia presents some of his original warm-up exercises that he has used to great effectiveness with many of the various percussion groups he has taught, including a classic exercise from the Bayonne Bridgemen. Dennis is joined by champion snare drummer and West Point Hellcat Jeff Prosperie.

Very Advanced Rudiments

Dennis DeLucia presents the fourth set of 10 rudiments, which he calls the Very Advanced rudiments. This final set of rudiments is not only more difficult than the previous sets, it contains certain rudiments that are becoming more rare in modern drum corps compositions.

Advanced Rudiments

Dennis DeLucia presents the third set of 10 rudiments, which he calls the Advanced rudiments. As the name implies, these rudiments are more challenging and are built on concepts contained in the first two rudiment packs.

Derivative Rudiments

In this pack, Dennis DeLucia presents the second set of 10 rudiments, which he calls the Derivative rudiments, because they are derived from concepts presented in the Fundamental rudiments.

Fundamental Rudiments

Dennis DeLucia has divided the PAS 40 rudiments into four quadrants based on difficulty and construction. Here, along with student Jeremy Berkin (and demos by Jeff Prosperie), the first set of 10 basic rudiments are presented.