-Setting Of hands
-Study Of wrists
-Study Of the fingers: bounce and control speed
-Upstroke and downstroke
-Exercises for crash and hi-hat
-Application for accents on eighths, sixteenths and triplets of quarters
-Introduction to the study on the click
-Solfeggio: introduction to the study of sight reading of simple rhythms in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4; sincope, mishap, and tying point, triplet eighths, sixteenths and triplets, rhythmic readings in
4 / 4,3 / 4 and 6/8
-Study of the press roll technique
-Study of the basic rudiments such as roll to one, two and roll flam.
-Introduction to the Pop, Rock, and Jazz -Blues Rhythms
-Study of Minus One method-first level
-Tuning: gradual acquisition of the sound and developing the ability to tune the instrument.
-Advanced study of the rudiments (rollers, flam, drag and paradiddle)
-Study of the basics and their application of upstroke and the downstroke
-Study of the classic drum: execution of marching bands and Solfeggio
-Study of the brushes
-Study of rock style, funky and shuffle and half-shuffle rhythms
-Study of Jazz rhythms in 6 / 8.9 / 8 and 12/8
-Study of the kick pedal with the heel-toe technique or plant applied to hi-hat
-Study of rudiment: advanced paradiddle flam, flam tap, even-odd rollers etc...
-Sight Reading: funk times with advanced rhythmic patterns
-Study of Minus One method-second level
-Study of improvisation
-Study of applied rudiments
-Study of the cymbals played in jazz.
-Study on the dynamics of endurance exercises.
-Study of Funk, Jazz and Latin in
2 / 4,3 / 4,4 / 4,5 / 4 and 6/4
-Study and analysis of Fusion times
-Study of Afro-Cuban rhythms
(mozambique, bembe, guanguanoa,
mambo and songo)
-Study of Minus One method-Third Level
How to build your own drum solo
-Choose your favorite song where an in depth analysis of the drum feel & timing
-Study various famous drummers' styles