Travis Brant | American Drummer & Composer

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Daily Drum Lesson

Daily Drum Lesson

Updated 09/26/2022
TODAY'S DRUM LESSON

THE E-PLAYER

Click the play button to hear your drum lesson. Speed up or slow down the tempo using the BPM slider. It's recommended to practice with a slower tempo first, to solidify muscle memory. Once you're confident, slowly increase the tempo. Rotate your mobile device if sliders appear too small. Come back tomorrow for a new lesson or browse the archives below.

DRUM LESSON KEY

New to reading drum music?
Use the drum key below to identify notation used in the daily drum lesson above.

ABOUT

Daily Drum Lesson was started in 2022 by Travis Brant. It was created to extend educational resources offered through the Drummer's Weekly Workout - one of the most subscribed to e-mail newsletters for drummers. From inception, Daily Drum Lesson has committed to being the most consistent source of daily drummer education. This commitment provides an opportunity for everyone to learn something new each day.

GET THE APP

The Daily Drum Lesson is available as a standalone app for Apple iOS and Android devices. Learn a new drum groove every day. Then, work through the massive archive of past lessons - all inside the app. Download Daily Drum Lesson now, free!


DAILY DRUM LESSON TUTORIAL

DRUM LESSON HISTORY

Daily Drum Lesson is the #1 source of daily drummer education. Learn a new drum groove every day - FREE! From drummer & composer Travis Brant. Includes an online ePlayer so you can HEAR each drum lesson while playing along.

EXPLORE THE ARCHIVE

All drum lessons are saved in the Daily Drum Lesson archive. The archive is compiled into weekly and monthly PDF publications. Note that all drum lessons in the archive are also built into the mobile app. Unless you prefer sheet music, the mobile app is a much easier way to browse the archive. Otherwise, click here to see available publications.

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