Our newest guest instructor, Rob Harris, has an awesome four-part hand technique development series coming your way! In this first installment, we’re getting comfortable playing single strokes as we transition between 16th-note and triplet subdivisions.

Stay tuned because, in an upcoming lesson, Rob is going to share a snare/tenors/bass drum arrangement based on these ideas, that you can share and workout with your drumline friends!

Right hand lead:

Rob Harris 16ths into triplets - part 1 - singles - RH lead

Left hand lead:

Rob Harris 16ths into triplets - part 1 - singles - LH lead

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Robert Harris is an active drum set and percussion teacher, performer, arranger, and composer in Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley. He enjoys family time, involvement with the local community, and meeting new musicians. Believing it is never too early or too late to start a musical adventure, Robert currently teaches students from ages four to eighty-six. Robert offers private lessons locally and through Skype.

Connect with Robert and follow him on Twitter: @rHarrisDrums

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