Three Independent Excercises for the Drum Set: Part 3 - Drumming Details
by Frank Gibson Jnr
This set of exercises gradually becomes more difficult to execute, continuing through Part Four, Part Five and Part Six, which will be published in upcoming issues.
The Reggae Groove - Guitar Cool
by Kevin Downing
Reggae music was born in Jamaica and is a very unique style, which covers various sub styles - rock steady, dub, roots, raga, UK reggae, and deejay among others.
Solid & Phatt - In Search of that great kick sound - Home Studio Helpline
by Brian Hodges
I will never forget going to a David Bowie concert in the national stadium in Singapore in the mid-eighties.
Ideas for Composing Basslines Part 2: - Regular Bassis
by Johnny Fleury
In the last lesson (Feb/March issue), we talked mainly about the harmonic function of the bassline - in other words, outlining the chord by using the chord notes (arpeggios), chromatic passing notes and using chord inversions. In this lesson, we're going to explore the other most important role of the bassline - the 'rhythm'. ...more
Steriogram: Walkie Talkie Man - X Factory
by Stephen Small
I love it. Before we talk about the single, a quick mention of the album, Schmack!