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Joey Scale Music Review on VIVOGIG

September 17, 2012

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Check out this Vivogig review by Scott Osborn. Here’s a link to the original review on Vivogig’s blog: Joe Scale – One Man Maelstrom

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How to Practice a Five Stroke Roll

July 23, 2012

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This lesson is short and sweet. It is also the first of several articles that I will write on rolls, so stay tuned for more! For as long as there have been drums, there have been rudiments. For as long as there have been rudiments, there have been rolls. The five stroke is one of […]

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Musical Evolution: Transforming Rock to Funk

July 9, 2012

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Musical evolution: 1. Take one simple idea. 2. Change one and only one parameter of that idea. 3. Repeat steps one and two, stopping periodically to check out how cool you sound. I use this idea all the time when I’m practicing. This is THE MOST EFFICIENT way to come up with new, cool drum […]

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Houston, We (Don’t) Have a Problem {full score} – Original Percussion Music by Joey Scale

July 1, 2012

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Houston, We (Don’t) Have a Problem – Original Percussion Music by Joey Scale To download the full score (PDF), click the link below. It’s completely free. Joey Scale – Houston, We (Don’t) Have a Problem (Full Score PDF) Below, you can hear me (Joey Scale) playing a version of this with a Roland Octapad and […]

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Tool’s Forty Six & 2 Drum Break (transcription)

June 19, 2012

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At the Austin School of Rock:  Joey: What tunes are the kids going to be playing for the summer camp show? Rick, the Austin School of Rock’s music director, rattles off a number of songs that the kids will be learning and subsequently performing two weeks later. The only thing I really hear him say […]

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Joey Scale Solo Percussion Music

June 18, 2012

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Original solo electronic/acoustic percussion music composed by Joey Scale

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The Bonham Foot 202

June 16, 2012

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In my last post (The Bonham Foot 101), I showed you how to play a “quick two” flutter with your bass drum foot. Next, we’ll talk about fills. Although these fills aren’t necessarily Bonham-esque, they require a solid bass drum foot. Step 1: Play sixteenth notes on your snare. Stop on beat 4. Step 2: […]

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