Online Drum School Subscription
$10.99 a month after 7-day free trial
Online Drum School is a new drum tuition streaming site created by highly experienced drum teacher & musician James Gilmour, with the aim of teaching drum students from all over the world how to play musical styles authentically and creatively. Subscribe to receive the latest online tuition on styles and concepts such as Jazz Techniques, Latin American Grooves, Colours & Rhythms, Electronic Percussion, Pop Grooves & Fills and Creativity Development on the drum set!
Specific topics you will learn about in the lessons include phrasing, dynamics, groove playing, fills, soloing, form playing, textural ideas, technique analysis and rudimental applications. Online Drum School features an ever growing library of streamable video lessons as well as downloadable percussion loops for students to jam over. The site is interactive and features community forums where you can ask questions, post videos and receive feedback. Discounted rate is available for annual subscriptions. Subscribe and become a more creative and stylistic player today!
Who is the drum teacher behind Online Drum School? James Gilmour is a professional drummer & educator from Scotland who at the young age of 27 has taught hundreds of regular students, and has performed extensively within many musical styles, including with some of the top jazz musicians in the UK. James is a Roland artist and holds the drum chair in up and coming Scottish pop band Sara ‘N’ Junbug, who recently supported Emeli Sandé on the Glasgow and Edinburgh branches of her European tour. The band also has a sponsorship deal with popular UK alcoholic beverage Dragon Soop.
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Here you will find a series of drum and percussion loops for you to groove over, solo over and generally have fun with! The idea is to give you something more style specific to play over, rather than just a click. As well as inspiring you stylistically, practicing over loops will allow you to loc...