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In this drum lesson we are looking at stroke technique which is something drummers need to think about when practicing but this drum technique should come naturally when performing.
Stroke technique allows us to have more fluidity around the drum kit as we will naturally have the drum sticks at the correct height for the next note - there are four main stroke techniques (full, down, tap and up) and these allow for either quiet notes or loud notes on any drum - if played on the snare drum a tap stroke would be used for a ghost note.
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