Playing Drums - The Riff Bundle

 

 

 

 

The Riff Bundle is a collection of 10 different Rock Riffs. The goal is to play the learned rhythms, transitions and breaks quickly with music. The Riffs are designed for beginners and slightly advanced drum players.

Each Riff contains a PDF with the full drum scores and exercises. The exercises contain all important requirements to be able to play the Riff.

In addition The Riff Bundle also includes a Basic Beats PDF. This PDF offers you a variety of basic rock beats, double and four bar combinations breaks and learning tips.

All in all the bundle includes 11 PDFs and 44 mp3s.

So improve your drum skills for only 14.90€

 

 

 

Buy The Riff Bundle Now.

 

 

 

Click on the download link and order The Riff Bundle via Digistore24. After the download unzip the file and get started. 

 

 

Each Riff contains four mp3s

For Example:

Riff1 Full 110bpm (this is the full track with a bpm number)

Riff1 PLB 110bpm (it is the song without drums but with a click track)

Riff1 Music 110bpm (it is the song without drums- only the music)

Riff1 Click 110bpm (it is only the click of the song)

 

If you have a DAW or a similar program e.g. you can split the music and the click track. Or if you do not like the click sound you can easily program your own click. 

 

 

Listen to Riff3 Full Version

 

 

 

 

And the Click Version

 

 

Explanations of the Riffs

Riff 1 is a simple Rock Riff and it is always the same. The goal is to get a feeling how you can change the character of the Riff by playing different drum beats. As a drummer you have a lot of influence and you can train your creativity especial when it comes to playing with a guitar player later.

 

Riff 2 is a typical industrial Riff combined with a half time part. You can train to play a straight industrial beat and practice the transitions in the half time parts.

 

Riff 3 contains a slow and doomy groove. It is a perfect beginner Riff and you can practice to play precise and straight.

 

Riff 4 start with a simple Tom groove than play quarter notes on your Hi Hat and change to a eighth notes beat in the chorus. Before you start with the Riff you can practice the Cymbal Hi Hat Quarter Notes exercise on page 10 in the Basic Beats PDF.

 

Riff 5 sounds a bit Symphonic Metal like. But it is not too fast so with a bit of practice you can easily play the song. Practice the different parts with the Riff Exercises and let it rock!

 

Riff 6 a bunch of roses and you get every girl or boy you want! But first you have to train some 16th notes patterns. It is easy to play because it is very slow and you can quickly implement your learned rhythms. It only contains two bars and three easy breaks.

 

Riff 7 16th notes on the snare an industrial bridge a Rock chorus combined with simple breaks. Riff 7 is easy Rock drumming

 

Riff 8 again a slow doom Riff. But now you have to play 16th notes with you bass drum. The chorus includes an “Off Hi Hat Beat”. At first it might be strange to play such a rhythm but in the Basic Beats PDF you get some quick tips how to learn it.

 

Riff 9 starts with a Tom beat and than you play different patterns on your Snare Drum. Practice the Basic Rock Beats 3 part in the PDF and have fun with this song.

 

Riff 10 Did you learn all the half time rhythms? Now you can combine quarter and eighth notes in the Cymbal with half time grooves.

 

 

 

After studying the different Riffs grab the click mp3s and play your own style to the music. 

 

 

 

 

 

How to use the bundle

 

 

Each Riff is divided into drum notes and extra exercises. The Exercises contain the rhythms / transitions / breaks which are necessary to play in the song.

The Basic Beat PDF is a collection of drum beats / breaks and patterns which are important to learn. It is a solid base of playing drums.

The Riff Bundle is conceived for beginners up to little more advanced.

 

The Riff Bundle mp3s

Each Riff contains four mp3s

For Example:

Riff1 Full 110bpm (this is the full track with a bpm number)

Riff1 PLB 110bpm (it is the song without drums but with a click track)

Riff1 Music 110bpm (it is the song without drums- only the music)

Riff1 Click 110bpm (it is only the click of the song)

 

If you have a DAW or a similar program e.g. you can split the music and the click track. Or if you do not like the click sound you can easily program your own click.

 

 

Notation of Exercises and Riffs

 

 

The Basic Beats PDF

 

The Basic Beats PDF contains 14 pages of basic drum beats, transitions, breaks, double- and four bar patterns.

Now take a look at a few pages of the PDF.

 

 

Any further questions? Write a mail to info@tommys-drum-school.de

Have fun with playing drums. 

 

 

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