Universal Rhythms Interpreted As Thirty-Second-Note Rudiments
By Dave DiCenso Published December 7, 2009
In this lesson covering thirty-second-note rudiments, all examples are taken from Universal Rhythms for Drumset, by Dave DiCenso.
Please read the following before beginning the exercises.
About The Author
Among other things, like his sound, pocket, and style, Dave DiCenso is known for his ability to comfortably wear a lot of “stylistic hats.” This is evident when considering his long and diverse list of touring and recording credits, which include pop legends Duran Duran, prog-rock icon Steve Morse, Dream Theater guitar master John Petrucci, hardcore pioneers Cro-Mags, blues-rock master Johnny A, fusion guru David Fiuczynski, and contemporary-jazz virtuoso Hiromi. Dave DiCenso is also an Associate Professor of Percussion at Berklee College of Music. He is also an active clinician and has been a featured performer at major percussion industry events including the Modern Drummer Festival, Percussive Arts Society International Convention, N.A.M.M., Music Messe, Drum Daze, and the Montreal Drum Festival.