Your First 5 Steps to Metric Modulation Mayhem

Free .PDF transcription of playing examples : http://www.AaronEdgarDrum.com/pdf/metricmod2.pdf

In the first video of this series we spoke in depth about my concept of Metric Modulation both actual and implied. For those who don’t remember or didn’t see that video, yet. In Implied Metric Modulation we’re merely pretending to speed up or slow down by using a different sub division. For example playing a groove based in eighth notes, then playing the same physical pattern within eighth note triplets which would sound as if you sped up. The implied pulse works around our actual quarter note pulse. It’s an illusion. Alternately, when playing an Actual Metric Modulation we really are speeding up or slowing down in a way that is relative to our original tempo. If we use the same example described for implied, our faster beat would represent the new pulse and we would be at a new BPM.

(In all the examples of this video I’m approaching them as implied. You can decide how you want to use these. Any modulation can be applied either way.)

We’re going to touch on how the modulations can relate to polyrhythms in this video as well. Briefly, but it’s there. In the first three examples, they’re all based off the same type of phrasing. These first three all work from a three over two polyrhythm. If you were to play a three over two against the original groove in the video, when I switch over to the modulation, my implied pulse will directly correspond to your “three”.



As you can see, examples one through three are based off the same rhythmic concept using a couple different embellishments. Notice where the pulse notes (kicks on 1 and 3 and snares on 2 and 4) line up within the modulations. You can use this as framework to design your own feels!

The next example deals with a three over four polyrhythm based modulation. Taking a basic sixteenth note groove and applying it within an eighth note triplet subdivision.

Finally, we’ll do the opposite. Starting with a triplet based groove and implying a speed up via four over three in sixteenth notes!

All these concepts within the subdivisions chosen in this video are very simple once you break them down. Don’t take that as a reason to not bother with them, though. Getting these kind of modulations comfortable in your playing will do wonders for your applications when we break into the more challenging versions!

In this video I’m only going to show you basic physical examples of modulations. It’s up to you as the player to decide weather you want them to resolve naturally, or if you want to force them to resolve based on your phrasing. Same with if you want to dress up your transitions with fills or not. This is all stuff we’re going to talk about in future videos. I hinted at it in the original Metric Modulation Vs. Implied Metric Modulation video. If you can’t wait, just go ahead and try it!

Finally, before I sign off here, make absolutely sure you apply YOUR OWN grooves to these concepts! That’s where the real magic comes in! It’s one thing to read these ideas off a screen or a book. It’s entirely more personal when you take your own favourite grooves and slap them into a different subdivision! You’ll get way more mileage out of the concept when you make it your own.

That’s it for me today! Have fun with these and I’ll see you inside the next video!
~Aaron

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  82. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  83. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  84. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  85. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  86. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  87. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  88. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  89. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  90. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  91. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  92. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  93. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  94. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  95. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  96. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  97. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  98. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  99. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  100. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  101. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  102. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  103. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  104. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  105. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  106. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  107. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  108. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  109. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  110. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  111. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  112. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  113. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  114. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  115. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  116. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  117. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  118. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  119. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  120. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  121. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  122. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  123. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  124. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  125. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  126. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  127. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  128. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  129. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  130. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  131. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  132. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  133. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  134. Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  135. [..YouTube..] Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

    • aaronedgardrum
    • June 17, 2011

    Thanks a lot guys!

    And kijkenify : Yes, I actually do LOVE my extremely dark cymbal sounds. Bright sounds have always bothered me, I just can’t get into them. They kind of make me feel sick!

    That’s not to say there is anything wrong with them, it’s just not my sound. Hell, if we all liked the same stuff, we’d all sound the same and how boring would that be? It’s awesome that you don’t like it 😀 You have your OWN sound! 🙂

  136. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  137. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  138. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  139. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  140. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  141. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  142. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  143. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  144. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  145. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  146. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  147. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  148. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  149. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  150. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  151. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  152. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  153. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  154. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  155. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  156. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  157. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  158. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  159. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  160. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  161. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  162. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  163. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  164. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well. 

  165. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  166. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  167. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  168. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  169. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  170. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  171. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  172. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  173. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  174. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  175. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  176. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  177. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  178. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  179. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  180. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  181. @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  182. [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  183. [..YouTube..] Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

    • bumzigan
    • June 17, 2011

    Great response Aaron. I love how you are not precious with the some of the negative comments that goes with the Youtube territory. I myself would not use the same sounding cymbal setup you have, but it still sounds totally cool and is part of your sound and style. I agree, diversity is what makes it interesting.
    Great video, and thanks for taking the time to explain it so well.

  184. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  185. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  186. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  187. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  188. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  189. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  190. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  191. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  192. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  193. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  194. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  195. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything. 

  196. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  197. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  198. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  199. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  200. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  201. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  202. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  203. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  204. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  205. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  206. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  207. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  208. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  209. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  210. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  211. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  212. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  213. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  214. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  215. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  216. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  217. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  218. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  219. Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  220. [..YouTube..] Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

    • Hernandez048
    • June 17, 2011

    Each cymbal has its own place in its musical context, without any musical context how can anyone “not like” his cymbal set-up? It might fit his band perfect where a Zildjian A custom might drown out everything.

  221. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  222. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  223. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  224. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  225. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

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  227. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

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  229. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  230. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  231. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  232. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  233. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  234. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  235. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  236. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  237. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  238. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  239. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  240. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  241. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  242. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  243. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  244. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  245. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  246. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  247. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  248. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  249. In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  250. [..YouTube..] In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

    • kindbeats
    • June 17, 2011

    In before @thelinedrummer gets here and leaves a comment about how nobody is as awesome as Mike Johnston and how it was actually Mike Johnston that invented soft-serve ice cream. Great job Aaron!

  251. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  252. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  253. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  254. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  255. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  256. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  257. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  258. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  259. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  260. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  261. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  262. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  263. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  264. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  265. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  266. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  267. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  268. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  269. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  270. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  271. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  272. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  273. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  274. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  275. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  276. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  277. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  278. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  279. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  280. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  281. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  282. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  283. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  284. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  285. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  286. Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  287. [..YouTube..] Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

    • HaroldDrums
    • June 19, 2011

    Great job on these videos. You explain these difficult concepts in a simple and understandable way. And about your dark cymbal sounds, I like them. They aren’t something I would personally go for, but they give your kit a really unique voice.

  288. awesome vid, so sweet!

  289. awesome vid, so sweet!

  290. awesome vid, so sweet!

  291. awesome vid, so sweet!

  292. awesome vid, so sweet!

  293. [..YouTube..] awesome vid, so sweet!

    • geoff1424
    • September 13, 2011

    awesome vid, so sweet!

  294. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  295. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  296. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  297. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  298. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  299. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  300. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  301. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  302. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  303. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  304. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  305. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  306. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  307. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  308. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  309. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  310. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  311. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  312. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  313. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  314. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  315. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  316. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  317. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching - you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  318. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  319. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  320. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  321. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  322. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  323. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  324. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  325. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  326. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  327. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  328. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  329. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  330. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  331. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  332. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  333. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  334. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  335. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  336. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  337. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  338. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  339. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  340. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  341. @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  342. [..YouTube..] @deathwurst I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  343. [..YouTube..] I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

    • Mp5Drummer
    • October 7, 2011

    I see what you’re saying, but there’s a point in more rhythmically complex music where you have to know and understand this stuff to have a hope of figuring out what’s going on and being able to keep up. Most popular music wouldn’t really use many of the advanced techniques Aaron is teaching – you can of course easily play a rock or funk tune on feel alone, knowing nothing more than “backbeat on 2 and 4”. It gets a lot harder when you try to improvise to Tool or Periphery!

  344. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  345. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  346. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  347. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  348. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  349. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention  and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  350. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  351. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  352. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  353. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  354. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  355. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  356. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  357. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  358. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  359. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  360. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  361. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  362. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath  my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  363. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  364. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  365. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  366. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  367. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  368. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  369. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  370. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  371. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  372. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  373. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  374. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  375. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  376. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  377. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  378. @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  379. [..YouTube..] @Mp5Drummer yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  380. [..YouTube..] yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

    • deathwurst
    • October 8, 2011

    yes ,clearly clear,to learn all aarons patterns my pc has to stand beneath my drums,but it isn`t,so i listen to all this with attention and enjoy what i understand and new ideas,thank you Mp

  381. [..YouTube..] Hey man, great lessons, but your PDF’s don’t work…..

  382. [..YouTube..] Hey man, great lessons, but your PDF’s don’t work…..

    • mihaidrums
    • February 26, 2012

    Hey man, great lessons, but your PDF’s don’t work…..

  383. [..YouTube..] @mihaidrums Hey man, thanks! I had some issues with spam on my site, so I’ve shut it down temporarily. If you wanna send me an email, I’ll send you the PDF(s) 🙂
    a.edgardrum{at}gmail.com

  384. [..YouTube..] Hey man, thanks! I had some issues with spam on my site, so I’ve shut it down temporarily. If you wanna send me an email, I’ll send you the PDF(s) 🙂
    a.edgardrum{at}gmail.com

    • aaronedgardrum
    • February 26, 2012

    Hey man, thanks! I had some issues with spam on my site, so I’ve shut it down temporarily. If you wanna send me an email, I’ll send you the PDF(s) 🙂
    a.edgardrum{at}gmail.com

  385. [..YouTube..] didn’t you change the tempo? i dont’ get it! its confuising!

    • blight4hire
    • June 4, 2012

    didn’t you change the tempo? i dont’ get it! its confuising!

  386. [..YouTube..] I did not! It was an illusion, I changed the subdivison which is a very different thing. It SOUNDS like I changed the tempo. Check the PDF transcription 🙂

    • aaronedgardrum
    • June 20, 2012

    I did not! It was an illusion, I changed the subdivison which is a very different thing. It SOUNDS like I changed the tempo. Check the PDF transcription 🙂

    • snoozymoo
    • October 29, 2012

    Thanks for the lessons Aaron, u mentioned ‘feeling that pulse’. Which is the pulse which should we be feeling? should be be feeling the main 1 2 3 4 notes on the hats, or should we be feeling the 8th notes and the 8th note triplets? I totally understand the concept, but i dont know what to feel. (sounds weird, but hope you get what i mean) thanks for these great lessons once again

    • aaronedgardrum
    • November 2, 2012

    Always go for the quarter note as your pulse to feel. Even in meters where it’s odd to that for example 7/8, feeling as much quarter note as you can always ends up with the most pocket. 🙂

    • snoozymoo
    • November 4, 2012

    appreciate the help, thanks!

    • aaronedgardrum
    • November 4, 2012

    Any time 🙂

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