Here is a #teletuesday​ improvisation on my G&L ASAT. This one is composed of two guitar tracks and a drum track via Superior Drummer's independent EZX. In this improvisation I programmed the drums first then played whatever came to mind at the time. I generally kept the tones lower for the main track then brought in a more treble track towards the middle of the song to harmonize with the main track.

Thanks for listening :-)

1 week, 3 days ago

Here is an improvisation on my Turkish Baglama Saz to a 115bpm maqsoum style beat. While I improvised on the saz I listened to a generic maqsoum 4/4 beat on the doumbek to influence the way I played the saz. Later in Cakewalk I added an indie drumkit with more of a rock/post rock style drum beat to get an interesting fusion of styles. The trick was trying to get the drums programmed to sound similar to the original doumbek beat I improvised to without having them become repetitive in nature.

The mood of the drums and saz kind of reminded me of a group of soldiers going out on patrol on the roads. Hence the name Staggered Column as that is the formation they usually deploy in on roads while on foot.

Thanks for listening :-)

3 weeks, 3 days ago

I had an hour to kill after work so I did a quick improvisation on my G&L ASAT for #teletuesday

For this one I just played to a metronome with the asat going direct into my zoom h6. After recording I chopped up the wav file in Cakewalk to add different guitar effects in Bias FX 2. Next I added the drums. When you play to a metronome it is easy to line up the audio segments to the measures and midi snap drum segments to the audio. The drums on this are the vintage custom kit in Superior Drummer with some compression and dirt added to them via the EZ mix plugin.

Overall this took me about an hour to throw together from first recording to mixing and video editing. Video editing is much easier now that I have my black backdrop to record on. Now I just need to pick a better camera angle lol.

Thanks for listening :-)

3 weeks, 4 days ago

Here are a few deer I saw while looking for morel mushrooms. I recently learned that a group of deer can be called a rangale of deer. I ended up not finding any morels but at least I got to see these deer who didn't seem to mind me being around. Music is an original on my udu drum, 12 string guitar and roland handsonic.

Thanks for watching and listening :-)

3 weeks, 6 days ago

Dom Famularo warmup before clinic VHS Quality (circa 1990's)

1 month, 1 week ago

Here is an improvisation that started out on my bendir drum tuned to an F drone. Later I added some traditional drum via superior drummer to enhance the overall rhythm. With the drums in place I set my capo to set my Wechter Pathfinder to be an open F tuning. This helped it mesh with the drone note of the bendir. Next I added a synth via my You Rock Midi guitar and Miroslav Philharmonic with a viola solo sample. To balance out the left ear I added my F tuned jaw harp.

With all the rhythm in place I added my Musicman Petrucci as a subtle lead with a 4 note delay on on it that ping pongs between the left and right channel. Towards the end of the song I bring in my G&L Fallout with an eighth note delay on it to add a final ambient wash over the whole composition.

This one is called gravitational fusion because the ping pong notes from the Petrucci remind me of how the sun's gravitational forces are so powerful that they cause heavy hydrogen to form creating a powerful plasma energy. Thanks for listening :-)

1 month, 3 weeks ago

Here's a chug sludge metal improvisation on my G&L ASAT for #teletuesday​
I just played whatever came to mind in drop d tuning to a metal drum beat I programmed in Superior Drummer. All Guitar effects are via Bias FX 2.

Thanks for Listening :-) #metal

1 month, 4 weeks ago

March 2, 2017 - Of all the people you could pretend to be....

2 months, 1 week ago

Here is an improvisation that started out to a 3/4 beat on my wood tongue drum. I layered in a couple cajon track and a shaker tracks to enhance the natural wood tone of the tongue drum. I also added a jaw harp track with my jaw harp that is tuned roughly to the key of E.

This drum is basically tuned to the key of E as well so it is easy to add a standard tuned guitar with it. I started out with my Wechter acoustic tuned to ebeaeg via the capo. Towards the middle of the song I bring in my PRS hollowbody I with some ambient effects via Bias FX2.

Overall the mood of the song reminds me of people telling old stories by the campfire as the embers slowly die down.

Thanks for listening :-)

2 months, 1 week ago

Here is an improvisation that started out with a beat on my Meinl Goatskin Mizhar drum played to a 4/4 80 bpm metronome. Later I added additional drums via the post rock ezx in Superior Drummer via my Roland Handsonic as a midi controller.

The Meinl Goatskin Mizhar allows you to to tune its pitch to different notes. In this song I tuned it to the key of F to act as a bass note drone to the rest of the song. This helped when I tuned my Wechter acoustic guitar to an open tuning then capo'd it at the F note.

The next guitar track on my home-made partsocaster is just playing in the key of F with Bias Fx to add drive and reverb. The final track is on my jaw harp tuned to the key of F with some crazy phaser, reverb, and delay via Guitar Rig 6.

The mizhar adds a sort of old school battle sound to the mix and the mood kind of reminds me of two armies drawing lines in the sand daring each other to cross them before a battle. Perhaps they are engaged in salami diplomacy where they are engaged in many small skirmishes to wear each other down to win the larger war...

Thanks for listening to my weird music :-)

2 months, 3 weeks ago

The Kiss My TV Show spotlights local hard rocker Jimmy McClelland and his drums.

Special thanks to Olive Garden. Try their mostaccioli.

3 months ago

Here is a jam on my Wechter Pathfinder acoustic guitar to a 6/8 75bmp drum beat I programmed in Superior Drummer. I built a few drum loops in midi via my Roland Handsonic then edited a few variants of them to form the full length of the song first. Then I exported the drum tracks to my phone and I played whatever came to mind on my guitar. For the guitar I recorded both a microphone track as well as a direct track. With this recording method you can use the direct track to add effects such as reverb and delay in bias fx, then blend it together with the acoustic track to get a more full sound.

As for the title, I've been reading about the Akashic Records lately and found them interesting as a concept of a collective unconscious. Improvising on an instrument kind of reminds me of blanking out your conscious mind and allowing the subconscious to manifest interesting music, perhaps this taps into the Akashic field somehow... who knows. Anyways thanks for listening :-)

3 months, 2 weeks ago

Drum cover of the song "Ramble On" by Led Zeppelin from the album Led Zeppelin II

Camera and audio engineering by Nick Longoria.
Edited by Casey Etienne.

3 months, 4 weeks ago

Drum cover of "Agadez" by The Mars Volta off the album The Bedlam in Goliath.

Camera and audio engineering by Nick Longoria.
Edited by Casey Etienne.

3 months, 4 weeks ago

intro video of our event Pink Moon celebration 2018. At that moment in time we used to name us Spiritueel Flakkee. We unselfishly spread Love and Consciousness and create free events to do so, Pic is from another Full Moon Event in 2016.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

Merry Christmas Everyone, may you have a wonderful day 😁 ✨

Today im sharing a 10min Video of me playing my 22inch Drum, it has a very deep tone, and it is a little christmas gift, from me to you. This video was recorded at the Ada Tree, Tall trees reserve in Victoria Australia.

When I played this, I was in the forest, and there is lots of atmos noise of birds and raindrops falling from the trees. It was a bit wet that day, and a few raindrops from the tree tops, fell onto the drum while I was playing, which may have deepened the tone of drum as I am playing throughout this Video. Because my playing, gets deeper and deeper in tone, throughout the video. But I think the deep bass tone sound every cool, especially with the sounds for birds and raindrops.

Enjoy ☺️

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4 months, 2 weeks ago

Beginning of a new composition. This is the percussion format.

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4 months, 3 weeks ago

Cirkel and I discussed and connected a variety of topics:

° Do You Hear The Sound Of The War Drums?
° Who Are The Drummers?
° Will You Answer The Drummers?
° Are All The Dancers Minions, And To What?

It was a lively and meandering conversation that I think you will enjoy listening to.

Thank You for tuning in and/or listening to the podcast.

The universe is a crazy place. Let's see if we can explore it together.

Anyway, just listen to podcast and enjoy. See the Blog Post for references covered and other media.

Thanks Everyone!

#Grimnir, #Cirkel, #Denmark, #AllConnected, #RealLibertyMedia, #RLMRadio, #War, #Drums, #Sound, #Drummers, #Dancers, #Minions


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4 months, 3 weeks ago

Here's an improvisation on my Meinl Udu. I just played whatever came to mind to a 6/8 80bpm metronome. Later I added a few tracks on my Roland Handsonic ranging from tabla, to zither and djembe. Once all the percussion was in place I added some strings via Miroslav Philharmonik 2 and Sample Tank 4. The last track is a guitar improvisation on my G&l Comanche with some interesting crystal effects made with my Axe Fx II.

The cold blue fractal and the mood of the song kind of reminds me of the journey people made across the Bering Strait to get to the Americas. It was probably a pretty cold caravan of people with most ending up frozen in the snow.

Thanks for listening :-)

4 months, 3 weeks ago

Wayfarer gets into recording drum samples the old fashioned way, using the voice. In this episode we will see how to make voice drum samples and use processing techniques to make them sound better and work as drum samples. This episode uses both Audacity and Audition to make the samples. Of course, this knowledge can be applied to whatever audio editing software or DAW you want to use.

5 months, 2 weeks ago

Clip from Date a Live II Episode 06.

Disclaimer: I do not own this video

5 months, 2 weeks ago

A little medley of what I consider to be Metal drumming. Let me know what you guys think!

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Just messing with some settings on my recording equipment, and I forgot that I was supposed to just record a short bit, so I lost my mind and this is what happened. Not completely terrible, mostly just fiddling around, the snare and toms sound like dookie I know, but eh, not my worst drumming I guess??

6 months ago

Started this song this Sunday (Oct. 18, 2020), and pretty well finished the drums. Now to figure out the rest of this song.

*Note: Sorry for earlier. Something weird happened when doing the video portion. It should be fixed now.

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6 months, 3 weeks ago

A drumless track enabling me to record my own drums on it.
This is for educational purposes and for anyone who wants to ''watch n' learn'' and to focus entirely on just simply watch and listen using ''learning by ear'' as some may relate it to old way of learning, but i believe this is useful for anyone starting on the drumming journey, ear training is very important.
It all comes down to visual analises, playalong, learn the parts and later on come up with their own interpretation of what they want to play or what they would like to hear on a given type of soundtrack..

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Drum exercise / practice:
Left hand leading on hi-hat.
This is a ''watch n' learn by ear'' as a fun challenge for those who like and enjoy learning by simply watching and listening...plus the metronome click gives away a starting point where the ''1'' count is.
Surely not a challenge for some, but anyone starting up or just interested in learning some aproach ideas will find it useful.

6 months, 3 weeks ago

A drumless track ''Higher Ground'' enabling me to record my own drums and my own simple interpretation at that point in time, nothing to do with how to play it, nothing to do with any ''drumming Olympics'' competition.....just a playalong to that very moment in time...

This is a Stevie Wonder song, i only recorded my own drums on the track as a sort of tribute if you like..

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Here's another original improvisation on my cigar box guitar. The percussion tracks include a pot drum, xylophone, cajon, djembe and a shaker via my Roland Handsonic. I also added a couple electric guitar tracks on my G&L ASAT. One has a basic distortion on it and the other has a touch of delay and reverb.

The overall feel of this song reminds me of an illuminated pathway in the darkness that leads to a bright spot in the distance. Thanks for listening :-) (pardon the cringy transform effect towards the end lol) #cigarboxguitar #originalmusic #handsonic

7 months, 1 week ago

Take some time out of your busy schedule to relax and regroup~~~

7 months, 2 weeks ago

Here is another improvisation on my Egyptian oud. I added some doumbek and other drums via my Roland Handsonic. There is also a bass track on my Musicman Stingray 5. The last track is my G&L Comanche hooked into my Ravish Sitar pedal with some distortion on it.

The overall mood reminds me of a caravan slowly plodding along through a hot desert. Thanks for listening :-) #oud #egyptian #guitar

9 months, 1 week ago

Oh Happy Day @ 4:08 Video inspired by http://www.artspacehotel.pt Kai Rolf Vieweg, Drums, Percussion & Citizen Journalism | On stage (singers, l. to right.): Gina Dunn, vocals | Esther Stevens, vocals | Jean Lyons, vocals | **Sherlyn Whittiker, vocals | *Fitzroy Burroughs, MD, vocals | Ebo Shakoor, vocals, cabaça | **Toni Lorenzo, vocals | Bob Jackson, piano | Thomas White, bass | Kai Vieweg, drums | The Jackson Singers | Summer Night Songs, edition 15, Kloster Banz, Staffelstein, Germany. A long long time ago, *Blowing in the Wind of a galaxy far away: **Oh Happy Day. https://youtu.be/TszkQH991jc (lead singers */**)
Many thanks to Lerche48.

9 months, 2 weeks ago

First demo spontaneously recorded in 2019.

1 year ago

Steve Kleisath, drummer for Further Seems Forever and The Darling Fire joined The Don and Grizz on The Don's Hit List to talk about some of the goosebump moments in the songs from his two bands. After our segment with Steve ends, we continue to dive in the Further Seems Forever catalog pulling out the great goosebump moments.

1 year, 1 month ago

Here's a little jam that started out with a drum beat by @jaybird on the steem blockchain check out his work here
He has a conga, kick, cowbell setup with some bells resting on one of the congas. See the original video here

Later I added a couple tracks on my hijaz tuned hang drum. Then finally a bass track with my musicman stingray. I put a pitch filter effect on it. Overall it turned out pretty good I may add a guitar or some other lead instrument to it later. Thanks for listening :-)


1 year, 2 months ago

Quick jam on my idiopan. I added a bit of reverb and delay to get subtle ambience. Fractals were created in jwildfire. Thanks for listening :-)

1 year, 3 months ago

Here's an original song on my Taylor 12 string. Once the acoustic track was finished I added some percussion tracks via my shaker, scraper stick and handsonic. Next I added a jaw harp track and finally a couple electric guitar tracks near the end.

The overall mood of the song reminded me of someone going through a rite of passage and braving the challenges ahead. Thanks for listening :-)


1 year, 3 months ago

Here's an improvisation on my hijaz tuned handpan. I added a few tracks of percussion along with it via my handsonic. Towards the end a couple tracks on my g&l comanche appear. The fractals were created via jwildfore.

The overall feel of the song kind of reminds of an alchemist mixing an elixir to bring someone back to life. Thanks for listening :-)

1 year, 4 months ago

- A medley of the drums recording session for the second album of the black metal band Way to End :

- Recorded at Echoes Studio in 2012 :

1 year, 4 months ago

Here's an improvisation that started out on a log drum that was given to me for free. This wooden tongue drum is close to key of Eb. I built a couple more percussion tracks around the log drum via some wood staves and a small shaker. I also added a suble clapping track. Later I added my baglama saz as the lead strings along with a synth cello on Miroslav Philharmonik. Towards the end I added my home made electric guitar with some delay and reverb.

The overall feel of the song reminds me of a shaman preparing some kind of mixture. Hence the name El Curandero (the witch doctor/healer in Spanish) #originalmusic #music #guitar

1 year, 4 months ago

I upload mixed contents on bitchute.

1 year, 5 months ago





No poor technique, no horrible snare, no stupid faces and imbecilic movements - just pure rock and/or roll. Enjoy!




"Enter Sandman" is from Metallica's 1991 album of the same name, and is the copyrighted property of its owners.

1 year, 5 months ago





I'm posting this here because YouTube has blocked it.





"Ostat' Će Istine Dvije" (Two Truths Will Remain) is from Dino Merlin's 1990 album Moja Bogda Sna, and is the copyrighted property of its owners.

1 year, 6 months ago

Afterthoughts---- I'm coming pretty late to this party. The week after Ginger Bakers death I thought about making this for a brief moment. Then I realizes that I just didn't feel like doing a mix at all. Another week passed and I was listening to Herbie Hancock's Headhunters album and thought that it would work on a Ginger Baker mix. Some other album gave me that idea too, can't remember it atm. Neither made it on this mix, lol. But they did inspire me to sit down and make this. "And proud of them we all are".
Back to the music. So Herbie Hancock didn't make the cut, mostly because this mix didn't go in the jazz/funk direction that I thought it would when it started. I blame Pink Floyd for that. I think it was the Great Gig In The Sky part that I wanted after Ariwo. But I felt that I couldn't break the set and just have that on it's own. I didn't necessarily want to make this about drumming, but there is some good drumming on here. Would of been nice to squeeze some Tool into this but I didn't. I didn't really even try, it was just a passing thought that never happened. I have lots of those. Makes me want the new Tool album when it comes to vinyl. It better anyways, I want to hear it and am just waiting to get it on vinyl to listen to the entire album. I've only heard parts of 2 songs. I'm just weird and want to listen to it in a certain setting. I feel it adds to the experience.
Could go on for awhile longer but I won't. This is a long mix. There are a lot of whole siders on this one. Feels good to play really long songs. Kind of what I would play if I had my own radio station. But my tastes can be very off putting. Hope you enjoy this, repeatedly maybe even, before a song gets blocked and I don't fix it for months. It will happen.

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1) Ye Ye De Smell (live)-Fela Kuti And The Africa '70 (Fela Kuti And The Africa '70 with Ginger Baker Live) 00:00
2) Toady-Ginger Baker's Air Force (Ginger Baker's Air Force 2) 13:03
3) Ariwo-Ginger Baker (Stratavarious) 21:19
4) Time/Great Gig In The Sky-Pink Floyd (Dark Side Of The Moon) 32:23
5) Bottoms Up-Peter Green (End Of The Game) 43:53
6) In My Time Of Dying-Led Zeppelin (Physical Graffiti) 52:39
7) Deserted Cities Of The Heart (live)-Cream (Live Cream Vol. 2) 1:03:43
8) Jack The Stripper/Fairies Wear Boots-Black Sabbath (Paranoid) 1:08:15
9) Transmaniacon MC-Blue Oyster Cult (Blue Oyster Cult) 1:14:27
10) The Watcher (live)-Motorhead (What's Words Worth) 1:17:47
11) Space Truckin' (live)-Deep Purple (Made In Japan) 1:21:55
12) In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (live)-Iron Butterfly (Iron Butterfly Live) 1:41:42
13) When The Music's Over (live)- The Doors (Resurrection) bootleg taken from an Irish T.V. show (The Doors Are Open) Recorded at The London Roundhouse 7th or 8th of Sep. 1968 (This is a different show then The Lizard King Plays London) 2:00:27
14) Baroque #1-Ultimate Spinach (Ultimate Spinach) 2:12:38
15) Do What You Like/Doin' It (live)-Ginger Baker's Air Force (Ginger Baker's Air Force) 2:17:24

1 year, 6 months ago

Griffith Park Drums

video copyright(C) 2013
William Schaeffer


Drum and drum and drum today
Mind your mind and play away

- Wm Schaeffer 2013


1 year, 6 months ago

Burning Man 2001 - DRUMS

Recorded on Sony Hi-8 Camcorder
by William Schaeffer
copyright (c) 2001, 2013

1 year, 6 months ago

John V/S Oscar - Drumbattle 2019

1 year, 6 months ago

I produced this movie in 2014. It makes me proud to see our race working together in such a wonderful fashion.

1 year, 7 months ago

Venice Beach 2009

copyright (c) 2009, 2019
William Schaeffer

Nathan is the name of the piano player


while time keeps moving
the drums keep grooving


1 year, 9 months ago

Venice Beach Drum Circle
November 17, 2013

video copyright (c) 2013 William Schaeffer

I've been participating the Venice Beach drum circle for at least 15 years on an irregular basis. It is the most fun drum circle that I have attended, although my experience is limited. If you are ever in California and like to drum, be sure and stop by on a Sunday afternoon. The drum circle goes from about 2, or 3 (in the summer) till 10 or 15 minutes past sundown.

The beach closes at sundown and the police always help us end the evening in a group drumming and siren performance. We are sad to see it end, but the drumming has to end sometime.

As the sun sets, the drummers become more focused and animated in their drumming. The beauty of the sunset and the knowledge that the day is ending adds a special urgency to the final drumming performance of the night. Even the birds are more active, flying up and down the coast looking for a place to roost for the night.

The drummers are hot, the dancers are lively, and the music is relentless. Even though they are drumming at a rapid pace, the drummers are not tired. As the tempo starts to slack a new drummer takes over and vigorously energizes the circle to an even greater speed and power. We are feeling the joy of rhythm and motion, of sun and sand, in a group of fun loving like minded minstrels smiling and laughing and dancing to the relentless pounding of the drums. The moment seems like it will last forever and the mighty power of the drums will continue unabated. We are joyous and free.

But as the sky darkens, we see in the distance a small caravan of official police vehicles with the emergency lights flashing. They are silently crawling along the beach toward the drum circle.

The drummers know the moment cannot last, but they drum vigorously and intently with the desire to continue drumming all night if they have to.

Finally the police trucks silently pull up with their lights flashing and high beams blinding the drummers. Their presence animates the drummers to greater heights of energy and determination. For several minutes the drummers and trucks stand in uneasy confrontation and eventually the sirens begin. As if unable to resist the joy of drumming the police sirens release an incessant wailing over the pounding of the drums. The drummers become even more animated and the tempo continues. Everyone is laughing and dancing and pounding the drums and time seems suspended in an energetic dynamo of activity.

FINALLY, the end cannot be resisted and by some unseen signal all the drummers simultaneously play the standard finishing cadence. The sirens continue for a while as the people clap and cheer. Then everyone slowly drifts away, carrying their drums and their memories across the sand and into the darkness of their ordinary lives on another pleasant Sunday evening at Venice Beach. Ashe. Namaste.


We are thankful for the chance to drum and grateful for the space and time permitted. Ideally, we are respectful and clean up after afterwards... leaving an opportunity to drum again.

1 year, 10 months ago

I've been going to the Venice Beach drum circle since at least 1990. It used to be held up on the grassy area at Brooks Street, until it got so huge that it had to move out onto the sand.

I stopped going for a while after I broke my leg, but have started going again this past year and really enjoy the drums. I don't always bring a camera but was happy to find this footage.

These are some nice moments from August 31, 2003

Video copyright (c) 2010 William Schaeffer

1 year, 10 months ago

🤘 great tune, Maiden are one the best UK exports
met Nicko last year...top bloke
up the Irons!

1 year, 10 months ago

RIP Keith Flint, what better way to pay tribute than cover a classic song

1 year, 10 months ago

Hello, first video on this platform! This is the footage from my tracking session of Street Fighter II: Guile's Theme Funk Cover arranged by Thennecan, also featuring 2 members of Jazztick.
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1 year, 10 months ago

No idea who or what, if someone knows more pls leave a comment.

1 year, 10 months ago

Hi, I'm The Costume Drummer, I play drums in different costumes and my band is called Neutralis. Thanks for watching!
Im also available to play other gigs. Thanks for watching.all the best

1 year, 11 months ago

Randomized "snare" patterns and modulation coded and synthesized with Pure Data

1 year, 11 months ago

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2 years, 1 month ago

Título explica bem. Interessante ver como um baterista de jazz poderia ter influência na escrita de Jerry Seinfeld.

Acabei de ver que o começo tem um problema de corte. F.

2 years, 1 month ago

The Beatles- In My Life/ Drum Cover

2 years, 5 months ago

JT improvising on the drums for no reason other than to test out the Elph SD1000 Canon Camera. Some cheesy FX were added in iMovie and the sound was simultaneously recorded using two external microphones.

2 years, 6 months ago

Guns N Roses-So Fine/Drum Cover

2 years, 8 months ago

The Video that started it all:
Andy Gander's version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYM_0...
Thanks to BC and Andy for the inspiration!

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2 years, 11 months ago