✔ Effortlessly fly around the whole kit
✔ Improvise endless fills on the spot
✔ Lead your band in perfect rhythm and know exactly when to hold a steady beat and exactly when to LET LOOSE
✔ Create epic drum solos (or improvise them on the spot) that get everyone’s jaws hanging open
✔ Enjoy and look forward to practicing because you see noticeable improvements EVERY DAY
✔ Get your chops so dialed in that your band members and drummer friends will be asking you WHAT THE %&@? you’ve been doing at home
✔ Look back on yourself a few months ago and think…
"WOW. I was BAD!"
So we know that for you to quickly get to this point, you need structure.
But where does this lack of structure come from?
This lack of structure comes from 2 SOURCES:
1: The truth of human nature that makes it nearly impossible for people to structure their own practice and training effectively
(This is why all great musicians have mentors of their own)
2: The “self-taught” Youtube drummer phenomenon
While Youtube is an excellent source of free tips and useful advice,
The fact is, you just pick up fragments from here, there, and everywhere,
And this garbles your brain, making solid consistent progress nearly impossible.
Youtube is supplementary, NOT foundational.
When I teach students, I can pick out the self-taught Youtube drummers IMMEDIATELY.
They all have the same issues—
🚩Random fragments of skill
🚩No real foundation holding everything together.
I work with many self-taught drummers who had been playing for YEARS before they came to me,
And should have been WELL PAST intermediate,
But their basic rudiments were hardly better than a beginner’s.
The good news is that once we patch the holes in their game and get their rudiments and foundational techniques where they need to be,
Every single one makes RAPID progress.
They already have good rhythm and muscle memory—
They just need structured training and step-by-step guidance to learn the CRUCIAL fundamentals they are missing.
Once they’re on track, the progress is INSANE.
After seeing this same pattern play out over and over again with my in-person students,
I knew I had to find a way to share this RAPID progress with as many other drummers as possible.
So what did I do?
I started a Youtube channel, of course!
Where better to reach the Youtube drummers??