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Jim Riley’s book: “The survival guide for the modern drummer.”
This is a great resource that every drummer should have. This book is packed with grooves and fills for any style of music. Jim covers various genres from pop to metal, jazz to world music and much more. The book comes with 124 high quality play alongs to bring your practice to the next level. You can order this book in Itunes, Amazone or your local music store. More information can be found on Jim Riley’s website.
Drumeo stands for “drum education online”. The company is based in Canada. As a drumeo edge member you’ve get access to a ton of drum lessons given by the worlds most famous drummers. A one hour video drum lesson is published every day. They cover a width range of topics. Don’t matter if you are a beginner or an advanced player. There are different options to get answers on your questions. More information can be found on their website.
Minusdrums.com offers you a great catalog of play alongs. You’ll find tracks of your favorite artists along with other cool songs. Visit their website to learn more.