Click here to check out the video supplement to Mike Johnston’s “Grooving in Form, Part 1″ article that appears in the July 2015 issue.
Click here to check out a video supplement to Bill Bachman’s Strictly Technique article, “Flowing Groupings and Fill-Ins Exercises for Increased Single-Stroke Control,” from the July 2015 issue.
Click here to check out a video lesson to accompany the first part in our year-long series on progressive drumming essentials. Part 1 covers odd-time signature basics.
Click here to check out a video demo of the Slaperoo N-100 Noodle, which is reviewed in the July 2015 issue.
Click here to check out video demos of Sugar Percussion’s yellow cedar, black cherry, and Macassar ebony stave-shell snares.
Originally available with maple shells only, the Gretsch Renown series has been expanded with birch and walnut. Click here to check out video demos of identical versions of each.
Click to check out the video supplement for the third and final article in our Jazz Drummer’s Workshop series on creating Elvin Jones–style triplet fills.
Click here to check out our video demos of Sabian’s Big & Ugly collection!
Nine Inch Nails/Angels and Airwaves drummer Ilan Rubin has been creating music under the New Regime banner for nearly a decade. The multi-instrumentalist recently dropped by the Guitar Center Hollywood Vintage room to play and talk about the musical process and the stories behind his songs, including the track “Smokescreen,” from the New Regime’s latest release, Exhibit B. Helping out Ilan are Hayden Scott on drums and Daniel Rubin on bass. Check out the performance below, and keep your eyes open for more with Rubin in an upcoming issue of Modern Drummer magazine….
Hi, MD readers! Matt Greiner here. Take away the challenging aspect of drumming in the studio and much of the thrill of recording would be lost for me….