Drill HipHop Drum Guide
Drill Drum Guide: Drum Patterns in the Drill Style
A pdf with 30 unique Drum Patterns to program in your DAW. Each pattern covers 8 bars total.
BONUS: a free video mini course to accompany the drill guide.
These are Drill drum patterns inspired by Drill music that orginated back in Chicago and influences from NY Drill, and UK Drill. Inspired by artists like Pop Smoke, Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Young Chop, G Herbo, and King Von.
Six Unique Parts
This PDF is broken down into six sections dedicated to a particular part of drums for drill beats. Each section as 5 unique drum patterns covering 8 bars per drum pattern.
These are straightforward drill drum patterns. We start with the base drill patterns and we'll build from there.
A lot of drill beats are light in drum elements. How do you remove drum elements and keep that drill feel is what this section is dedicated to.
Drill patterns are none for adding and layering in a lot of extra kicks. This section builds on the core patterns and shows you how to add in extra kicks.
Snares Go Crazy
Snares and counter snares are a big part of drill beats. This section illustrates drum patterns with extra snares, counter snares, and clever ways to use snares.
Mighty Hi Hats
Hi-hats, and cymbals in general, can really up the energy and feel that makes drill beats so popular. This section builds on drill patterns and shows how you can layer in more hi-hats, cymbals, and rides.
Finding pockets for percussion can take your drill patterns to the next level. This section shows you how to mix them in and play off the snares and hi-hats.
Most Producers Struggle With Productivity
It can be tough to get an idea out, or getting the drum pattern
right. Most producers run into beat block and it's hard to move forward.
This far too often happens when trying to get your drums right.
We solved this for hundreds of producers and we can solve it for you.
The drum guides give you the answer - the formula if you will - to
creating more music in less time.
How The Drum Guides Work
A pattern in the book shows you how to program it in your DAW (the software you use to make music). Below is an example from the Boom Bap Drum Guide. This drum pattern shows you where and when to place your kicks, snares, and percussion:
That pattern above is this drum beat after you program it into your DAW:
Make More Music In Less Time
These guides help you make more music in less time. Boost your productivity and beat output with these drum guides