Drumming Secrets - 0 to Rocker in 30 Minutes!

Coulter Peterson, Web, Music and Business

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9 Lessons (30m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Crash Course on Rhythm & ‘Hearing’ the Drummer

    • 3. The Core Beat

    • 4. Strengthening Your Core

    • 5. The Core of the Chorus

    • 6. Adding Flare & Fanciness

    • 7. The Secret Beat

    • 8. Your Final Project

    • 9. Final Thoughts


About This Class

Hi there, my name is Coulter and I have been drumming for over 10 years - this is the 0 to Rocker in 30 Minutes course.

This course is for people who are brand-new to drumming, or would like to strengthen their core knowledge of the "Secret Beat" that all drummers use in virtually every song they play. The only requirements are that you are able to tap your foot to the beat of a song, and the rest is in the course!

Why would you want to learn this? -> so many people want to play an instrument for one reason or another (enhance brain function, show off to friends or engage creativity by 70%), but most think it takes either 1) natural born instinct to play or 2) years of musical theory to even play one song. I'm here to tell you that neither of these is the case, and in fact I used this class method to learn the drums before I even knew what a musical scale was! Learning the drums is a fantastic first instrument because you get to see results really soon, and because it lays your rhythmic foundation that helps a bunch for any other instrument you pick up in the future!

We will start with a demonstration of what you will be able to play by the end of the thirty minutes, and then we will break down each part in a brief, to-the-point video. There will be plenty of points where you can stop and apply the part you just learned, that way it is locked into your rhythm-brain!

The project for this course allows you to pick almost any song you want, then show the world that you can now play the drums for that song!! I look forward to hearing what you can play.

Rock on!