I just recently got a drum set at my house, and I was wondering if anyone knew any sites for total beginners to learn some beats? (well, not total beginners)
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Throw the sticks at the kit from across the room, and then try to recreate what you accomplished.

Adapt it, add in the bass and the other peddley one and your already writing your own beats.
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Honestly, I don't think a site is very necessary for beats. Just pick a song and learn the beat.
And I mean that in the best possible way.
technical explanation: Pick up sticks

sit on seat

hit drums

if u want to get even more technical:cross over arms and press the pedals
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dude, just listen to yur favorite bands and learn from that.

also, watching live drummers helps a lot.

good luck!
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