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Title:The Genius Of Danny Carey
Duration:20:50
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Published:10-05-2022
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Danny Carey isn’t just the drummer for Tool – he’s a musical genius in his own right. And we’re going to show you why. If you’re familiar with Danny Carey, you probably know him for his polyrhythms, his mathematical approach to music, or at the very least, his awesome kit. But you don’t need convincing. If you haven’t yet figured out why the Tool drummer has so much hype, here are 5 reasons why Danny Carey is a drumming genius: 0:00 - Intro 1:24 - Creative Grooves There are too many wicked grooves to list here -- but just listen to the drum parts on “Stinkfist”, “The Pot”, and “Vicarious.” Danny’s grooves are undeniably cool, and Tool fans – even non-drummers – can instantly recognize many of them. 5:01 - Odd Time Mastery If you’re new to Tool, check out the cool drumming on tracks like “Jambi”, “Rosetta Stoned”, "The Grudge", "46 & 2" or "7empest" for examples of Danny Carey mastering odd time signatures. 7:58 - Distinctive Drum Fills Danny Carey’s fills are chock full of hand-foot combos, mixed subdivisions and groupings, and flawless bass drum skills (he used to practice rudiments in his feet). Tracks like "Sober", "Lateralus" and "The Pot" feature some incredibly varied and textured fills. Go listen. 10:16 - Polyrhythmic Drumming For a band that writes songs based around the Fibonacci sequence, you can bet the drummer dives deep into polyrhythms, polymeters, and other mathematical goodies. In tracks like “Rosetta Stoned”, Danny plays in 3/4 while implying 4/4 on the right hand and 5/16 with the bass drum. We hear multiple time signatures/meters happening at the same time, in many songs, giving us a cool over the bar line feel. Even if you didn’t pay attention in math class, it still sounds really cool. 16:21 - Setup, Sound & Influences Math, geometry, metaphysics: even his kit reflects his interests, with symmetrical cymbal placements and geometric designs on his electronic pads. Many of his musical choices aren’t standard for a rock or metal kit. He uses Mandala electronic pads for samples, a Wavedrum, other electronics (Bill Bruford from Yes is an influence) and many other percussion instruments. 19:38 - Final Thoughts So why is Danny Carey a ‘genius’? He isn’t just a drummer – he’s an incredible musician who has carved out his own style of playing and composing. He writes memorable and interesting drum parts that have inspired drummers for over 30 years. Want to learn more about why legendary drummers are so legendary? Grab a Drumeo membership and enjoy videos about Alex Van Halen, Neil Peart, Phil Collins, Dave Grohl, and more. Claim your free 7-day trial here: https://www.drumeo.com/trial. Learn more about Danny Carey's genius in our latest Beat article: https://www.drumeo.com/beat/danny-carey-genius/ We want to extend a huge thank you to Mandala Drum for providing the awesome V3 pads you see in this video. Check out their stuff here: https://www.synesthesiacorp.com/ _______________________________________________________ ►Learn Drums Here: https://drumeo.com/ ►Free Lessons: https://drumeo.com/free-lessons ►Our Favorite Music Products: https://www.drumeo.com/jared-recommends/ _______________________________________________________ Follow us: ►The Drumeo Beat: https://www.drumeo.com/beat/ ►Facebook: http://facebook.com/drumeo/ ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/drumeoofficial/ ►TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drumeoofficial Follow Brandon Toews ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brandon.toews.drums/ ►YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/BrandonToews ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandon.toews/ ►TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@brandon.toews _______________________________________________________ #tool #dannycarey #drumeo #drums #drumlesson



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