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    i pratice the snare rudiments too warm up and then praitce going around the toms and then double bass and then i pratice songs and other suff.

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    That will work. What do you do to practice double bass?
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    Sounds like you've got a good practice plan workin' there...I would imagine to warm up on double bass, you would alternate your feet slowly, then faster (sort of like a single-stroke roll played with the feet?)

    Keep it up, bro'!

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    Lightbulb What do you practice on the drums?

    Forgot to mention what a hand drummer like me does to practice! While I practice rudiments on the set, I also practice them on the congas and bongos. What has helped me the most is playing along with recordings. I don't attempt to copy what the percussionists are playing until I am more familiar with what they're doing. Instead, I concentrate on fitting my playing into what others are playing.

    You can be a killer conguero, but if you're overplaying, it kills the work of your fellow musicians and it makes you sound like an amateur.

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    Like I always say.....

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    I usually give mine a roll starting from the snare and beat the high hats to get a sound mix, along with floor tom going to speed....or I just pop in a cd.

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    at first I start double bass with 8 beat then switch to triplets

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    I start with the double kick and some snare drum rudiment(combination)bfore applying it on all the drumset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay sticks View Post
    I start with the double kick and some snare drum rudiment(combination)bfore applying it on all the drumset.
    Interesting. Double bass would usually be my last go to but yeah, everyone's different. Cool that you're working in the rudiments. So many awesome combinations!
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    Back in my gigging days, I would practice to have the ability to watch what I was doing on the drums AND check for blondes coming through the door.
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