Master Playing Bucks

A few days ago, Sergio a question from how to teach young players to master playing bucks: Here’s his question: *** “Hey Anthony, I just found out about your website and I appreciate what you’ve done!!  I wanted to ask you for an approach on how to teach young girls (middle / high school) to…

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Great Rudiment You are NOT Working On

Hey, Hope you all are having a fantastic day! It’s the start of a new week out here in Southern California, but regardless of where you are, I hope you’re on a FAST TRACK to success on taking your skills to the next level. Remember, you gotta hold YOURSELF accountable with every outcome you have.…

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Camp Weekend: Drum Corps Tips :)

Drum Corps Tips: Camp Weekend Drum Corps Tips article by Anthony Huerta, DCI-WC HP Here's a post that are gonna give you some valuable drum corps tips that you can use at your upcoming drum corps camp.  Read on to find out the drum corps tips: With the start of the year,we've got all WGI and…

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My Favorite Rudiments

Quick post today on a recap of some of my favorite rudiments.   Whenever I’m drumming on a pad or just “peckin” around, I usually play most of these rudiments.  This list definitely changes but here are 5 of what I like to my favorite rudiments and why: ********************************************************************************* Invert Flam Taps (aka Inverts):  I…

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10 Rudiments You Should Know

Today’s blog post is a follow up to yesterday’s which you can check out here on How To Build Your Percussion Vocabulary. This post is about 10 Rudiments You Should Know and at the end, some that are pointless/waste of your timeeeee. ************************************************************** Alright so let’s get started, 10 Rudiments Every Marching Percussionist Should Know:…

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Build Your Percussion Vocabulary With Rudiments

Any World Class performer knows that one of your most valuable playing resources is your percussion vocabulary.  The more you know, the more valuable YOU become as a player. Building your percussion vocabulary with rudiments will greatly benefit your performance in many aspects.  For instance, whenever you come across a new piece of material or you’re in…

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