"2 & 1" Combination Patterns
"2 & 1" Combination Patterns - Introduction0:50
Luke explains and demonstrates his hand/foot combination concepts and how they can be applied to create 3-note combination patterns.
"2 & 1" Combination Pattern Exercises Pt. 19:47
Learn how to play the "2 & 1" combination pattern in triplets, starting with the hands, with and without Integrated Singles.
"2 & 1" Combination Pattern Exercises Pt. 211:33
See how to integrate single-strokes with the "2 & 1" combination pattern starting with the foot with and without Integrated Singles.
"2 & 1" Combination Patterns Recap3:22
Luke recaps the "2 & 1" Combinations lessons and gives exercise demonstrations.
"2 & 2" Combination Patterns
"2 & 2" Combination Patterns - Introduction1:10
Luke now explains how to create 4-note combination patterns for more complex phrases.
"2 & 2" Combination Pattern Exercises8:51
Learn how to play the "2 & 2" combination pattern in triplets, with and without integrating single-strokes.
"2 & 2" Combination Patterns Recap0:37
Luke sumarizes the "2 & 2" Combinations lessons.
"4 & 2" Combination Patterns
"4 & 2" Combination Patterns - Introduction1:17
Moving on, Luke explains how to create 6-note combination patterns, four with the hands and two with the foot.
"4 & 2" Combination Pattern Exercises11:55
Learn how to play the "4 & 2" combination pattern in triplets, with and without integrating single-strokes.
"4 & 2" Combination Patterns Recap0:50
Get the "4 & 2" Combinations Lesson recap and see Luke demonstrate the exercises in person.
Inverted Combination Patterns
Inverted Combination Patterns - Introduction2:34
Learn how to use inverted permutations to expand your hand/foot combination vocabulary.
Inverted Combination Pattern Exercises Pt. 18:29
Luke walks you through a series of exercises that utilize inverted "2 & 1" hand/foot combination patterns.
Inverted Combination Pattern Exercises Pt. 27:56
Explore additional exercises that cover "2 & 2" and "4 & 2" inverted combination patterns.
Inverted Combination Patterns Recap3:29
See the Inverted Combinations lesson recap, exercise demonstrations and improvisation solo.
Mixing Combination Patterns – Standard Sticking
Standard Sticking - Introduction1:51
Learn how to mix hand/foot combinations to create extended combination patterns using standard sticking permutations.
Standard Sticking Exercises11:27
Luke walks you through a series of exercises that mix the "2 & 1", "2 & 2" and "4 & 2" combination patterns while utilizing Standard Sticking Permutations.
Standard Sticking Recap3:25
See the Mixing Combinations Patterns (standard sticking) lesson recap and exercise demonstrations.
Mixing Combination Patterns – Inverted Sticking
Inverted Sticking - Introduction1:29
Learn how to mix hand/foot combinations to create extended combination patterns using inverted sticking permutations.
Inverted Sticking Exercises Pt. 15:58
Luke walks you through a series of exercises that mix the "2 & 1", "2 & 2" and "4 & 2" combination patterns while utilizing Inverted Sticking Permutations.
Inverted Sticking Exercises Pt. 26:42
Discover additional exercises utilizing inverted permutations that start with the bass drum.
Inverted Sticking Exercises Recap2:54
Luke recaps the Mixing Combinations Patterns (inverted sticking) lessons and performs exercise demonstrations.
In this Drumstroke™ video tutorial series, drum guru Luke Oswald lays down the groove and shows you awesome drumming combinations and patterns that you can use to spice up your drumming or drum programming!
Join Luke behind the drum kit as he reveals cool sticking combinations and patterns for both hands and feet, that will make your drum grooves sound like a million bucks.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If your a drummer or drum programmer, having an expanded rhythm vocabulary is so important. Watch “Advanced Drumming Combinations & Patterns” today!
Submitted 1 year ago
Well explained, good exercises, but redundant
Hi, The exercises are great and well explained. However, for me the tuto is incomplete and a second part is lacking. We see how the different combinations are made, but with this kind of patterns the most important is to know how to finish the breaks (to avoid uncomfortable situations with kick triplets, ...). A second part should show how to integrate the different combinations in real situation, and how to make it sound great.
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