Using Different Subdivisions In Your Drum Fills

Drum Fills – Using Different Subdivisions


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12 comments on “Using Different Subdivisions In Your Drum Fills

  1. jean-claude says:

    1 hour ~ a days

  2. Sophronia says:

    Seven hours a week

  3. Camille says:

    1 – 1.5/day; about 6-7 days/week

  4. Camille says:

    (This is a clarification on previous comment):1-1.5 hour/day; 6-7 days/week; with at least 30 min for working on “techniques”/lessons and, then, rest of session dedicated to playing (grooves, play-along, etc.) while incorporating the ‘techniques’ I’m working on.

  5. It completely depends upon how many gigs I have that week or on the weekends. If I am heavily booked, I get very little real practice in. However, if I have a week off, and the humidity is not melting me, that I will practice every day on whatever it is I have been trying to work on.

  6. Jack says:

    With 3 toddlers running around and working third shift its tough to play at all some weeks but it’s still my passion. Great lesson buddy you are awesome !!!

  7. It has changed a lot now, ’cause I just got married 2 weeks ago. I’m not living where my studio is anymore, so I only go there twice a week to teach lessons and practice for about 2 hours.

  8. Tony Hillman says:

    I practice most everyday, usually less than 1 hour. Thanks for your time!

  9. Tim says:

    Usually 12-15 hours per week.

  10. Bob says:

    great inspiring concept, digging in. Usually get in an hr a day minimum. Even have a slot at work scheduled for rudiment studies. Thanks Stephen.

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