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iLearnDrum

- Do you wish you could play the drums with more speed and control

- Do you wish you could play the drums with more speed and control

iLearnDrum

by Mashal Abdullah
iLearnDrum
iLearnDrum
iLearnDrum

What is it about?

- Do you wish you could play the drums with more speed and control? Here is a new lesson that covers a simple yet powerful exercises.

iLearnDrum

App Details

Version
8.0
Rating
(12)
Size
37Mb
Genre
Music
Last updated
November 24, 2015
Release date
September 27, 2011
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App Store Description

- Do you wish you could play the drums with more speed and control? Here is a new lesson that covers a simple yet powerful exercises.

This app will teach you how to play drums from beginning to expert level.

-Videos + Theory + Exercises On Single Stroke Rudiments
-Single Stroke Roll
-Single Stroke Four
-Single Stroke Seven

-Videos + Theory + Exercises On Drum Roll Rudiments
-Multiple Bounce Roll
-Double Stroke Roll
-Triple Stroke Roll
-Five Stroke Roll
-Six Stroke Roll
-Seven Stroke Roll
-Nine Stroke Roll
-Ten Stroke Roll
-Eleven Stroke Roll
-Thirteen Stroke Roll
-Fifteen Stroke Roll
-Seventeen Stroke Roll

-Videos + Theory + Exercises On Paradiddle Rudiments
-Single Paradiddle
-Double Paradiddle
-Triple Paradiddle
-Single Paradiddle-diddle

-Videos + Theory + Exercises On Flam Based Rudiments
-Flam
-Flam Tap
-Flam Accent
-Flamacue
-Flam Paradiddle
-Single Flammed Mill
-Flam Paradiddle-diddle
-Swiss Army Triplet
-Inverted Flam Tap
-Flam Drag
-Pataflafla

-Videos + Theory + Exercises On Drag Based Rudiments
-Drag Ruff
-Single Drag Tap
-Double Drag Tap
-Videos + Theory + Exercises 25
-Single Dragadidd
-Dragadiddle #1
-Dragadiddle #2
-Single Ratamacue
-Double Ratamacue
-Triple Ratamacue

In percussion music, a rudiment is one of the basic patterns used in rudimental drumming. These patterns of drum strokes can be combined in many ways to create music. The drum rudiments are the building blocks for all drum beats and drum fills. Learning how to play all 40 drum rudiments will open your drumming up to huge growth as well as beat and fill possibilities that you never imagined. Learning and applying the drum rudiments to your drumming is one of the most important aspects of playing the drums. Yet learning the drum rudiments is one of the most over-looked drumming principles.

The origin of snare rudiments can be traced back to Swiss mercenaries armed with long polearms. The use of pikes in close formation required a great deal of coordination. The sound of the tabor was used to set the tempo and communicate commands with distinct drumming patterns. These drumming patterns became the basis of the snare drum rudiments.
The first written rudiment goes back to the year 1612 in Basel, Switzerland. The cradle of rudimental drumming is said to be France, where professional drummers became part of the King's honour guard in the 17th and 18th centuries. The craft was perfected during the reign of Napoleon I. Le Rigodon is one of the cornerstones of modern rudimental drumming.
There have been many attempts to formalize a standard list of snare drum rudiments. The National Association of Rudimental Drummers, an organization established to promote rudimental drumming, put forward a list of 13 essential rudiments, and later a second set of 13 to form the original 26. The Percussive Arts Society reorganized the first 26 and added another 14 to form the current 40 International Drum Rudiments. Currently, the International Association of Traditional Drummers is working to once again promote the original 26 rudiments.
Today there are four main Rudimental Drumming cultures: Swiss Basler Trommeln, Scottish Pipe Drumming, American Ancient Drumming, and American Modern Drumming.

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