- “Drum Set Notes"
- “Drums Sight Reading”
- seventy lessons
- seventy quizzes
These exercises correspond to several contemporary music styles for the Drum Set:
- Rock Pop
- Blues Rock
- Latin Music
On each Lesson you will see a score and you will listen to what is written on it with animations of the beats and the notes on the staff. You can listen just to the Drum Set by clicking on the light blue button or you can listen to the whole band by clicking the dark blue button.
On each Quiz you have to click on the red rectangle when each of the notes or silences that are marked with red take place. There is a maximum of 10 right guesses per Quiz. We recommend not to go further and review the corresponding Lesson if you don´t get a score minimum of 8 per Quiz.
“Drum Set Notes"
It has a LEARNING SECTION on which you can click the notes on the staff to see the corresponding part on the Drum Set and its name.
It has PRACTICAL EXERCISES on which different notes appear on the staff and you have to click the Drum Set part corresponding to each particular note.
“Drums Sight Reading”
This additional section has sight reading exercises for the notes on the Drum Set.
In the same way as reading piano music, flute music, violin music or guitar music, all require practice; reading drums becomes easier if you practice it on a daily basis.
Knowing how to read music is very useful if you get drum lessons. Being able to understand a music score helps you to get a better understanding of any type of drum beats. Practicing is the key and this app has been created to let you practice reading drums sheet music when you don´t have your drum set. Music notation for electronic drum set is the same.
Just as a piano player becomes better if he practices reading piano sheet music, a drummer becomes better if he practices reading drum sheet music.