One of the greatest songs ever, written as code. Can you guess the song?
Photo: Samuel WestergrenThis is a video of a musical instrument built by Swedish
musician Martin Molin. It uses 2000 marbles.
How It Works: Part 1
How It Works: Part 2
These are great for Snare, Tenor, or Bass. I obtained these when I played snare
on the 2001-2004 Western Michigan University Drumline.
The patterns are very basic as they are meant to be
This is an example of how you can take the basic warm-ups from this post
[https://jross.org/drumline-basic-warm-ups/] and have some fun. The top lines are
verbatim from the warm-ups, but the
The paradiddle was my first favorite rudiment and is still up near the top, just
below cheesy-poofs. I wrote this piece for full drumline to serve as an
exercise. The bass and tenor
This is a piece I wrote based on the well known “Cheezy-Poofs” played by the
Santa Clara Vanguard Drumline. I called it something different because its not
quite as cheesy.
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