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There are so many songs in contemporary worship, a drummer might think it’s impossible to learn them all. Carl Albrecht has taken on this monstrous task in order to show you how to prepare for the grooves of worship. After analyzing the top 100 CCLI Worship songs (www.ccli.corn), Carl found that there are only “seven”, essential types of drum patterns used in modern worship. Even though there are arrangements to learn according to each song the basic elements for drummers are not overwhelming.
In each section, Carl breaks down the drum grooves into simple musical terminology explaining with great detail the parts of each pattern. Even though he makes reference to the list of CCLI hits, he moves quickly through each concept in order to get your own journey of learning these seven essential grooves.
Even though the teaching is designed for the beginning to intermediate player, even advanced drummers will find this conceptual teaching to be a helpful resource in their continued learning. Once you’ve grasped these basic drum feels you’ll be equipped to learn any modern worship song.
Carl has been a professional drummer & percussionist for over 40 years. He has a Bachelors of Music Degree in Composition and Arranging with an emphasis in percussion studies from Webster University in St. Louis, Mo. He has played on over 80 Integrity Music projects; Maranatha Praise Band recordings 7 thru 10, & numerous other Christian, Pop, Country, Jazz, & Commercial projects.
Carl has worked with such artist as Ron Kenoly, Don Moen, Paul Baloche, Brian Doerkson, Kathryn Scott, Leann Albrecht, Nick Myers, Robin Mark, Lenny LeBlanc, Bob Fitts, Paul Wilbur, Alvin Slaughter, Darrell Evans, Phil Driscoll, Koinonia, Abe Laboriel & Friends, Kim Hill, Paul Overstreet, LeAnn Rimes, Connie Smith, Don Potter, Jason Upton, Travis Cottrell, Tom Lane, Tim Hughes, Garo Nargiz, Mark Robins, the jazz group – Quad Venti, the Joe Gross Quartet, and many others.
He currently lives in Nashville doing recording sessions, producing, and writing, as well as continuing to do various tours & seminar events. Contact him for your event or project; it’s easier than you think! LMAlbrecht@aol.com