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    Punch-Drumming to Testify by Rage Against the Machine

    As I said, the next one will be heavier!

    This is a special song to me: The first concert of an international alternative rock/metal band I’ve ever been was at the Battle of LA Tour by Rage Against the Machine: Feb 4th 2000 in D
    Last edited by DizzyD; 08-24-2021, 05:19 PM.

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    2nd try, hope it works:

    Punch-Drumming to Testify by Rage Against the Machine

    As I said, the next one will be heavier!

    This is a special song to me: The first concert of an international alternative rock/metal band I’ve ever been was at the Battle of LA Tour by Rage Against the Machine: Feb 4th 2000 in D

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      https://youtube.com/shorts/4f1nI6bh1MM?feature=share

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          The first version of this video was a 30 second-clip for my Instagram. The copyright restrictions here only allow this length for most songs. The good thing about this: it’s way easier to work on a version that fits to the beat and includes different combinations.

          I recorded this first version about one week ago and worked on a version to the whole song after that. At the beginning I thought that I would never get that down over the whole time, but I’m pretty happy with the product you see here.
          Last edited by DizzyD; 08-25-2021, 02:27 AM.

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            Sometimes there is a pattern in my mind that I’d like to learn and execute to a song, cause I think it’s a natural fit to the beat. It’s been like that with the double-bump chainsaw (O-I 4way) to the Nick Neblo track, and it’s been the same here. In the chorus I was thinking of a 5-1 combo, 5 hits from the front, 1 from the back… and why not try that with a tripple-bump-elbow included. This could be executed in that pattern:

            Tripple-bump-OTES‘‘RSP‘‘FCP’Double-bump-DDES‘FSP‘‘RSP‘‘[repeat]

            It took me a while to get that down. I usually try things first without music. I have the beat in my head and try slowly the moves, hearing and thinking if they could fit. Then I continue to the song at a lower pace, at about 70-80% of the original tempo before I raise to 100% in steps.

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            • #7
              At least after 7 posts I said half of what I had written down

              Hope y’all enjoy!

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                WOW, Just doesn't seem to express what I just watched appropriately. Also, thanks for taking us through you thinking process and the way you put it all together. Great Job DizzyD

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DizzyD View Post
                  you're a beast on the bag while drumming dizzy!!!!
                  Really amazing stuff you show!!
                  is that a 10x7? or does he just look bigger on the video?

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                    dad thx for your feedback! Glad you enjoyed it!

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                      Antwan Thx Andi! …then it’s really looks bigger. It’s a Roni 5.8/8.5 at about 125g. My fovourite bag for punch-drumming at the moment!

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                      • #12
                        Dope!

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