Best Solo Drummer at a Show

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Best Solo Drummer at a Show

Best Solo Drummer at a Show


Kofi Emma is a Ghanaian talented and skillful drummer that play drums is shows and Churches. He recently played in a show skillfully that made the singer to stopped singing and started watching Emma Kofi’s  Solo drumming style.

Download, Watch and Learn his pattern of drumming


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Play drums online

Use your computer keyboard or click the drum kit to play the virtual drums. Click “Show shortcuts” above the drum kit to see the shortcuts for the drums and cymbals in the drum kit. You can use the following shortcuts:

Drummers often use their right hand to play the cymbals (crash cymbal, ride cymbal, and hi-hat), and their left hand to play the snare drum. When using shortcuts, use the left hand to play both the snare drum and the bass drum.

Play the virtual drums, and then apply your new skills to real drums. Use the drum machine to find inspiration for drum beats and rhythm patterns. A fun way to practice with the virtual drums is by playing along with your favorite songs.

Free online rhythm exercises

Try our free rhythm exercises and learn to read, write, and play rhythms. You’ll also find a variety of other exercises that will expand your musical understanding and help you become better at playing the drums.

What is a drum machine?

drum machine is an electronic musical instrument that can imitate drum kits and percussion instruments. Some can also produce artificial sound effects. Most drum machines allow users to create their own beats.

A drum machine is commonly used for recording electronic music, often used in house, dance, and hip hop genres. It may also be used as a metronome, as a backing track for practice or as a way to explore a variety of drum rhythms.

Using the drum machine

Click the squares to create your drum beat. Double click the squares to toggle between the hi-hat and open hi-hat, snare drum and cross stick, and high tom-tom and low tom-tom. Click the instrument names on the left to mute the sound.

Select tempo, time signature and swing at the top. Click “Presets” to see the most common drum beats. You can vary drum beats easily. For example, you can choose the ride cymbal instead of the hi-hat, and cross stick instead of the regular snare drum.

Save your drum beat by copying the web address in your browser. This also allows you to share your drum beats with others. For example, here is a funk rhythm and a crisp drum fill.


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