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The Ultimate Beginners Drum Course

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Lessons in This Class

36 Lessons (1h 25m)
    • 1. Welcome!

      0:45
    • 2. Introduction - Drum Names

      1:31
    • 3. Introduction - Cymbal Names

      1:48
    • 4. Introduction - Positioning

      1:43
    • 5. Introduction - Posture

      0:38
    • 6. Introduction - Arms And Hands

      1:13
    • 7. Introduction - Technique & Stick Grip

      1:52
    • 8. Introduction - Playing The Hi Hats

      0:44
    • 9. Introduction - Kicking Technique

      1:05
    • 10. Introduction - Swipe The Cymbals

      1:14
    • 11. Introduction - Reading Drum Notation

      3:04
    • 12. Introduction - A Simple Stretch

      1:01
    • 13. Lesson 1: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat

      5:49
    • 14. Lesson 1: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM

      1:52
    • 15. Lesson 1: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM

      1:39
    • 16. Lesson 2: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat with Kick Variations

      6:35
    • 17. Lesson 2: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM

      2:26
    • 18. Lesson 2: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM

      2:16
    • 19. Lesson 3: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat with Snare Variations

      6:02
    • 20. Lesson 3: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM

      2:16
    • 21. Lesson 3: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM

      1:48
    • 22. Lesson 4: Rnd 1 - Kick & Snare Variations - Jamming at 70 BPM

      3:05
    • 23. Lesson 4: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 80 BPM

      2:07
    • 24. Lesson 5: Rnd 1 - Adding An Open Hi-Hat (Part 1)

      5:21
    • 25. Lesson 5: Rnd 2 - Adding An Open Hi-Hat (Part 2)

      2:58
    • 26. Lesson 6: Rnd 1 - Your First Drum Fill

      3:43
    • 27. Lesson 6: Rnd 2 - Playing the Single Stroke Roll

      0:56
    • 28. Lesson 6: Rnd 3 - Adding the Kick Drum

      1:11
    • 29. Lesson 7: Rnd 1 - Your First Drum Fill Around The Kit - Jamming at 70 BPM

      3:22
    • 30. Lesson 7: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 80 BPM

      2:24
    • 31. Lesson 8: Rnd 1 – Fun Snare Exercise - Playing The Kick & Snare Simultaneously

      1:40
    • 32. Lesson 8: Rnd 2 – Play along at 60 BPM

      1:15
    • 33. Lesson 9: Rnd 1 – Fun Snare Exercise Around The Kit – Play along at 70 BPM

      1:17
    • 34. Lesson 9: Rnd 2 – Play along at 80 BPM

      1:33
    • 35. Lesson 10: Rnd 1 – The Grand Finale! – Playing on the Ride cymbal

      2:47
    • 36. Lesson 10: Rnd 2 – Playing on the Floor Tom

      3:32
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About This Class

Matt Crute of Crutopia Drums is now on SkillShare!

G'day guys! I've carefully created this course to feature the best lessons, tips and techniques to have you drumming like a champion!

Interactive Learning
'The Ultimate Beginners Drum Course' has been designed to give you a truly interactive learning experience through:

  • Multiple Jam Sessions

  • Guided Tempos

  • Visual Metronome

  • Sheet Music PDFs

  • Visual Cues and Tips

  • Encouragement & Motivation to help you become a Confident and Brilliant Drummer.

What Skills You Will Gain:

By the end of this project, you will:

  • Know what each drum and cymbal is called
  • Be able to hold the stick correctly
  • Know exactly how to position yourself on the kit, and where to have your arms and hands
  • Learn correct stick grip
  • Know a great little stretch to avoid forearm cramping
  • Learn how to play a rock beat with kick drum variations
  • Learn how to play a rock beat with snare drum variations
  • Learn how to combine beats and fills.
  • Learn how to play beats on the ride cymbal and the floor tom
  • Learn a great warm-up exercise which can be played al around the kit
  • Learn the open Hi-Hat technique


My Valued Students 
You will be given my personal email address so that you can reach out to me with any questions, anytime at all. I don't want to be just some guy on your screen. Instead, you have a real life teacher – who you can contact – and who wants to help you become the best drummer you can be.

Less Is More
This course totals 1.5 hours of pure drumming and teaching goodness. I have produced quality over quantity, condensing hours of footage right down to give you the best learning experience.

Learn at Your Own Pace
The Ultimate Beginners Drum Course is yours to keep forever, enabling you to learn at your own pace. There is always the option to pause, go back and watch each lesson over and over.

By the end, you will be able to confidently call yourself a Drummer!

Bring it on!

Matt Crute
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1. Welcome!: Welcome to the ultimate beginner's drum course. My name is Matt from Crew tibia drums. I am so glad you've chosen its goals and chosen me to be your drum teacher. I hope you're pumped because I'm absolutely pumped to show you some awesome Bates, some drum rolls and snare exercises. We're going to play on the hats. We're going to arrive and apply around the kit. It's going to be so much fun. I love teaching and it's something I've just started doing pretty much full time. So before that, lots of touring and bands, lots of being in the drum studio, recording drums on the albums and stuff like that. But it's the teaching. I'm so happy and grateful to be teaching. And again, thank you for choosing me. 13. Lesson 1: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat: The Rock bait. This is the very first drumbeat I was ever shine when I was a whale add all those many, many years ago. When it came together, when I was getting that kick and snare, kick and snare and our member that thrill. I was so excited I ran back home to my parents house and with Dan, UNAIDS play drums. I'll is that excited and pumped? I had to play drums. Unfortunately, they were really supportive of that, so I was able to get mine kit, blah, blah, blah. The rest is history, 20 plus years. Landa, I'm here teaching drums to you. And we're going to start with this very bait, okay, and we're going to stop over on the hi-hats, 12341234. And so we just bring the hands and we'll bring in the peak lines, 123412341. What you find with me? 341234. All right. So you've got those hi-hats happening, standing, good, confidence. Now we're going to add the kick drum on the one. Okay, so that's going to be 1234123412312. Play along with me gag. And 2343 and pull it in. 234. All right, so now we're going to add the second cake on the three, okay, and so that's going to go kick and 2 and kick and for n kick and kick. And for ready. 12341231231234. All right. So you've got that kick drum happening on a 13. Now it's time to dropping a snare hit on the two. Alright, it's going to sound like this. 1234123412341341234. And so if you're not getting that straight away, that's totally fine and understandable because I remember when I was starting to learn this bait and also from saying my students that I've taught, when he bring that snaring, your brain goes, Oh, there's a snake head bed. Apply that on the three as well. And it ends up sounding like this in a man. And you know, it's not your fault. It's the Brian trying to figure it out. Okay, this, this instrument that's all about independence. It's about taking your right leg to do something completely different to your left arm. And it's, it's not easy. Alright, so you're not supposed to get this bait straightaway. Hanging that. All right. Now it's time to drop in another snare drum on the four. Now this will complete a drumbeat again, and it's going to sound RAD. You'll feel great when you're actually playing this bait smoothly. And then we can bump it up to 70 BPM. And okay, here we got 1234123413. And we'll kick and snare and the kick and snare advocate buying. Good. 1234. Great stuff. You're applying, the rock bass or the standard battle, the bikes obeyed or whatever you wanna call it, I like to call it the rock bake. You applying that at 60 BPM along with me. So what 14. Lesson 1: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM: It's time now to move up to 70 BPM and we're going to play back and forth. Okay, So this is our first of many back and forth sessions throughout this course. So what we're going do is I'm going to apply kick and snare and kick and snare and kick and snare and kick and snare end. And then seamlessly, you're gonna take over and play the second half. Okay. Last one. Her eyes, your first back and forth with me. I'm pumped. That's the first of many 70 BPM. The rock bade. Time to move on to the next round. 15. Lesson 1: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM: The final round of less than one we've learned is paid at 60 beats per minute. We've gone back and forth at 70 beats per minute. Now our goal is to go back and forth again at 80 beats per minute. Are you ready? Are you holding your sticks? Are you warm now? Let's do this. Good. Last one. That's it. Congratulations. Less than one done and dusted. Time to move on to lesson two. 16. Lesson 2: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat with Kick Variations: Here we are listened to. You've just completed your first rock bait. Very proud of you, that is awesome. So now it's time to add some kick variations to that same. Okay, Now we're going to jump back down to 60 beats per minute while we're learning these extra cakes that we're going to go back and forth, that's 70. And then a goal will be back and forth that IT just like we did in less than one. Okay, here we go. 123 or two islands. Hey, you ready? One, 234. Let's move on to lie and click Add. Once again, join in when you're ready. And 234 for heat. And we'll get t. T. T. T. Great work. Okay, We're down to line number four. Now. Here we go. Let's jump straight into it. This is going at, before we jump straight into it, this is going to have a couple of rests, okay? That one was king. Now this one's at that spot. It's going to have a couple of risks, okay, we're playing a less this time. So you might think, Wouldn't that be ESEA? Will say, some people find that MCS, some people find it much harder to play with space in there drumming, okay, have a listen first and then join in 234 and y. Join him. Then. Theory data. The very bottom line, this one again has a couple of rest setup and the kid comes in a bit lighter. That second kick, right. Here we go. 1234. All right. That was not the last line. I'm going to throw in a bonus line now, which is a combo. The fourth and the fifth line, the last two lines, we just play it again. By the way, you were doing honorable. If you are at this point, keep going. If you ever get stuck or if it gets a bit overwhelming or confusing or your legs don't go on the right spot. Your arms don't weird stuff. Just k playing till it starts to feel comfortable. Definitely don't jump up to 70 or 80 until you've nailed 60, okay. And you can play along with me. All right. Let's go. Here is the special bonus paper ready? 1234. A lot of you, OK. And I said you can play along if you like, but I really do hope you are playing along to that guy. Because if he were and if he noted, we're ready to move on, My friend. Let's do it. 17. Lesson 2: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM: All right, we're at 70 BPM now and we're going to go back and forth the case, it's time to jam together again. So I'm gonna play the top-line. Soon as I finish. You're going to play the top line as well. And it's going to be seamless, no gaps. We are just going to jam together from the top of the page all the way to the bottom without stopping. And I'm going to click you through to just, I just want you to get used to playing to a clinic. It's so important, but I won't go into that now. It's just so important. All right, so here we go. Top line, all the way to the bottom line. Ready? Three. Ready? Go. All right. Well done. Let's crank it up now. Okay. Yeah. You feeling pretty good at 70 beats per minute back and forth. Now let's crank it up to 80 beats per minute. 18. Lesson 2: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM: There's a guy from top to bottom, UIMA back and forth, ID bytes per minute. For God. During right. Good stuff. We can find yellow stuff out like while you're drumming. I hope it's helpful you off, I'm just getting a bit excited. All right, so I hope you can feel that energy, that excitement, that I'm putting it out there because it's not false, it's real. I absolutely love playing this instrument and I want you to love playing this instrument to so on that if it ever gets overwhelming, just like I said, just jump back to 70, jump back to 60. Take your time with it. Again. You don't have to rush through this course. Spend as much time as you need on each round. All right, anyway, congrats, we have done less than two time to move on to lesson 3. 19. Lesson 3: Rnd 1 - The Rock Beat with Snare Variations: Stare drum variations. So less than two, we got kicking with it. We added a whole bunch of cool kick rhythms. Which Cretan, it's great. It's snazzy is up the strike bait. Now it's nothing wrong with the striped bass. I CDC's drama absolutely loves it, pretty much applies at every song. He makes it sound unbelievable and it suits the music, but I digress, we are on to snare variations now. Ok, So at the top of your worksheet, lesson 3, we're going to go line by line. I'm just going to play through H line a couple of times and then hopefully you'll join it. All right, here we go. 123. Now if these are awkward and it's not happening, That's okay. Slow it down even more than 60 BPM. Just play it as slow as you need to in order to get those hits happening in the right spots. Again. 1234. Lie Number 3. This is a pretty fun one. Kick, kick, snare, snare, kick, kick, snare. You can really, really hit this one really hard if you want to. But don't lose that technique. You don't want to Stephanie off and hitting Assad is again, just I just say you can hit hard because this is a fun one. Here we go. 1234. Line four. I hope you're enjoying this. I'm having a lot of fun stations here. This one actually is a bit special. It starts with snare hit, Okay, Do bar. Instead of starting with that kick, this actually leads with the snare drum. Right? Here we go. All right, We're down to the fifth and final line of snare variations are up. So this one again starts with a snare hit, and it also has four snare hits in a row. Now the beta itself is with Fresnel hits, but because we're doubling it and it starts with a snare, that's gonna total for, I'll show you what I mean. Or are you ready to play along? Just jump in with me a day or let's do it in 234 As and you've just completed that round. Great stuff. All right, so now next, we are going to be going back and forth at 70 beats per minute. 20. Lesson 3: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 70 BPM: Are you ready to Jan this one out with me? We're going back and forth at 70 beats per minute. Okay? So once again, that means I apply the top line and you play the top line. As soon as I finish, then I move on to the second, second, third, third, and so forth till we get to the bottom of the page. I already got two sticks. You want this? 234? Do I go? But just realize I applied that fourth snare hit right at the end there, which is your is your supposed to hit that. I hope you did anyway, just hit at the same time as me hit allies and hard drown that fourth hit of mine out because that is your one. Anyway, we've done 70 beats per minute time to move on to the next round. 21. Lesson 3: Rnd 3 - Jamming at 80 BPM: Here we go, 80 beats per minute. Are you ready? Back and forth you and may, Let's go faster than this. Reheat. And up talking for me now. 1234. Hi. Lesson 3 is done. You've done on rail. Let's move on to the next lesson. 22. Lesson 4: Rnd 1 - Kick & Snare Variations - Jamming at 70 BPM: So here we are in lesson 4, combining it all. So everything we've learned from the straight rock beat with kicked variations to the snare variations. We're going to combine it all. Okay, So first half kick pattern's, second half snare. So we're gonna go down the page at the moment. I'm not going to show you the more line by line because we've covered them in the previous lessons. What we're gonna do is we're going to jump straight into back and forth. You and I at 70 beats per minute. X2 and X3 and X4. Why do I write sacred line? You did it unreal, top to bottom plate along with me back and forth. I didn't throw in that bonus paid at the end there. And if that 30 of your game a bit, I apologize, but that's why I applied it again. So the NAD you wouldn't notice the apply that bonus be twice, which isn't written on your shade. So rewind, have another go at it. But if you're super confident at 70 BPM, if you're really happy with what you just did and you're ready to jump up to 80 beats per minute. Well, it's time. Let's do it. 23. Lesson 4: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 80 BPM: So we're gonna go from the top of the shade to the bottom, back and forth again, this time at IZ beats per minute. Lesson 4 is complete. You did it. I'm sorry. Oh, this is so exciting. I'm pumped. That is the that is the RootPane in all its entirety with a whole bunch of different cake variations. Because snare variations, hedging, combining the two just then at 70 and then an IT. We are ready to move on to the next lesson. 24. Lesson 5: Rnd 1 - Adding An Open Hi-Hat (Part 1): So you're about silane had a bit of flavor to that rock bed. Okay, we're going to play a nice open hi-hat sound, which is simply lifting your leg, whichever leg is sitting on your hi-hat stand. And it's going to sound like this. And that because that nice loud open hat ringing sound. Okay. Now to keep that going, not what we're after the moment, we're gonna give it north closing sound on the very next bake. Now, you're just going to play along with me slyly. And we're going to count 1, 2, and 3, and 4. And the end before the toe rod at the stopband. So one end is way we're going to open the hats by rising left leg. One, play alone, 4123412341234. And so if you're not getting that, it might help to think D2 is where you foot goes back down. Okay, So that's who it's going to have that closed hi-hat sound and the end right before that. So it's going to be that it's open sound 12341, close, and 341. Close in, 341, close in 341, EGN 3, and 4. And okay. So now you've got the hang of that opening and closing on the hats. We're going to bring in the kick on the one and the k. So big kick and close and 34 and kick open, close and 34. And here we go. Ready? Can I say 1234 and take the clothes and 34 gig and propose and 34 and big toe is in 30, Jake close and 34123 and pull and 1231231234 and all right. So next, we're going to bring in the other KYC, which is on the three I already, 12341234123412341234. And good. Now it's time to dropping that snare on the CSU. So the snare is going to come in at the same time that we are lowering foot and closing that open hat sound. So it's going to sound like this. Qc, KC. So that's coming in both hands down. Okay. Kick and kick. So just practice that by itself. 1234343434 and 34. And so I purposely left out that second kick on the three. So I just want to simplify this as much as I can. But now, once you've got that, you can add that three, that can add that kick. Okay. One and 230 and kick. And three in both Jake and free, and there will be 33 and pull as Jake and 323 and log n. Well done. So we're just adding the open hi-hat to a striped rugby. And now I think we can try something a little sneaky. We're going to open the hi-hat a bit later on in the bait. So we're going to open it on the end, 34 and 25. Lesson 5: Rnd 2 - Adding An Open Hi-Hat (Part 2): So before we were doing the one, ooh. Now we're going to be going 12341234 and just play it nice and quietly for you there second here, what am I counting? So that's before we're going. We're closing with the snare. This time we're closing it with that kick on three. Let's go. 123412. All speak in 412341234124. A good ON and 234. And so if that's feeling a bit awkward or tricky, something you can remember is on that end 33, both fate coming down at the same time. Say end. You left ones coming up and on three. So you think I'm a dad and a closed hi-hat hit, have another listen. 123 and array 12341. And so, but fh and 412341234. And Nice job. I got time to bring in that snare. I already 123413412312341234. And they have it. You're playing the rock bait with nice tasty open hat feel. Okay. If it takes you a little while to get that perfectly fine, you're not suppose to just pick it up in real time with me as I'm playing it. You can go over it and over it as many times as you like. That is the beauty of having this course in this format. All right, let's move on. 26. Lesson 6: Rnd 1 - Your First Drum Fill: It is time to line your very first drum fill. I'm pretty excited about this are men, but being excited when I first jumped behind bucket, not just letting a bait, but thinking how to play drum fill. I want to get around the kid on and everyone who doesn't want to play a drum fill, right? So here we go. I'm gonna give you three words, which is the key to learning a nice controlled drum filled. And they are single stroke roll. So the single stroke roll is simply rot, lift, lift, lift and so forth. If you're a lefty, left rod, left drug, you want to lead with the preferred hand. Okay. So on a not strike back, we don't want to be slashing law is and we definitely don't want elbows AFI like chicken wings. And we definitely don't want I elbows tucked into time because then that's going to create a real tension in the applying. And you'll get Todd really quickly and it's just not good, not good at all. So what we want is we want to elbows slightly out from all sides. And we want to really pay attention to our wrists should all be in the risks that can grow. There will be some natural forum movement. You won't be able to help that. But what we don't want is a room taught sort of grape on a stinks like that. And using out all often goes, really should just be pinching with the index finger and the thumb. And the guy. These are just here for support. They've three fingers here. Alright, so let's get into it. We're going to start off playing really slowly. You can either join in stride away with me. We can have a bit of a listen first and then come in when you're ready. Hacker. Here we go. Right, left, right, left, right, left, right, left. Knots to slowly. Right, Let It Rock, let It Rock, let It Rock. Now I'm going to speed up a little bit of guy is gradually speedup and you're going to play along with me. I've started the state process and relaxed. It's been off a little ball. Good. And going down to 10 soft just because we're speeding up should be Nostra relax and your forearms. 4321 step. Great work. You're playing along with me. Nice and slow, nice and controlled with slowly spit up together. And now in this next round, we're going to play to 60 beats per minute. I'm gonna check my click track back in. And you're just going to play along with me. A guy here we got coming up is around, so. 27. Lesson 6: Rnd 2 - Playing the Single Stroke Roll: Okay, 60 beats per minute, single stroke roll. We're going to apply it together, nice and controlled. Okay, here we go. 1234. Hello. 28. Lesson 6: Rnd 3 - Adding the Kick Drum: Great work. We're at round three now. We're playing 60 BPM again, but we're going to add the kick drum on the 1234. Okay. So it's gonna go kick and kick, and kick and kick. And are you ready? One, 234. 29. Lesson 7: Rnd 1 - Your First Drum Fill Around The Kit - Jamming at 70 BPM: Oh yeah, this is where the drum fuel comes to life. Okay, we'd been playing it on the snare drum and that's all good. Sounds fine. But now we're going to introduce the tons and we're going to be playing around the kid and Okay. Now if you don't hit the second Tom here, you've got snare, Rac 1 and floor brac one or Tomlin. Then all you have to do is at the end of each exercise, you'll be ending back on the snare. So say it. Right, left, right, left, right, left. You would play. So you still going in that circle motion. Okay. So first, I want to have something I should probably tell you. We've been going. Now I'm going to turn the volume up on my metronome because we're going to do twice as many hits. I'm springing the Sonya. I'm very sorry. But they gotta make off-field sound so much more tasty. Alright, sounds tasty. They're just going to be awesome. All right. We're going to start at the top of the page And we're gonna go back and forth at 70 beats per minute. So I'm going to play the top-line. You'll play the top line. Then I'm going to repeat the top-line arrives. This is going to last twice as long as the previous ones we've done together. Okay. So top-line may topline you to apply in May to apply new. Then I'll move down to the second line. Okay. One and 234. And good. You're doing right? Now as we're 70 beats per minute or reallocate back and forth with me. We are now ready to move on to 80 beats per minute. 30. Lesson 7: Rnd 2 - Jamming at 80 BPM: In my ears right now I'm hearing tick, tick, tick, tick, tick can see contiguity. It beats per minute. That is where our app, my friend, you've just now that at 70, playing around the kid back and forth with me, I'm going to turn this up. We're going to jump straight into 80 beats per minute. Sign. Dale, I'm gonna apply a top one. You apply it. I'll repeat this outline. You play it again. Like i, we're gonna go from top to bottom here. I got ID beats per minute. 1234. Look at you guys. It beats per minute. Awesome, absolutely awesome. Modern biology. This is a beginners drum calls. So, uh, you doing IT beats per minute around the kit back and forth with me is just truly awesome. So don't stop. Let's keep going. You are ready for the next lesson. 31. Lesson 8: Rnd 1 – Fun Snare Exercise - Playing The Kick & Snare Simultaneously: Okay, I'm about show you one of my favorite warm up exercises. This can either be applied just on the snare. It also sounds really cool around the kit. But the best part is you don't even they'd sticks for this. You could be sitting in the living room just tapping it out on the NAs. Okay, so what I will mention that before we jump straight in is this is the first time you will be playing. A left hit. If your right hand up while the rot Keq is going might feel really awkward like I. So what we're gonna do initially is we're going to go right, left, right, left. And there's a kick on every single strike. So let's just practice that first. 32. Lesson 8: Rnd 2 – Play along at 60 BPM: We're at 60 beats per minute. And we've got the kick going through the whole exercise. Okay, here we go. 1234. 33. Lesson 9: Rnd 1 – Fun Snare Exercise Around The Kit – Play along at 70 BPM: A ready to apply this around again? Now, this is where it gets really fun. Here we go. 1234. Hi. 34. Lesson 9: Rnd 2 – Play along at 80 BPM: We're at the Fano round of this lesson. I've just cranks the meshing. I'm up to 80 BPM. Don't get freaked out about that. That is our goal tempo. But if you can't do that, if it takes you wakes to do that and that's completely fine. It's beauty about this course you can take as long as you need to take. So we're going to jump in that ID based Dan Bates, PMP, beats per minute. I you're ready? 1234. Yes. You are absolutely smashing this. You've just played. It beats per minute around the kid. This is awesome. You are now free to move on to the next lesson.