Finale for Drummers #7: Creating Drum Exercises in Finale

Tim Buell is back with another installment of our Finale for Drummers series. In this video, Tim responds to a very common question we get from drummers using Finale – “how do I create a drum exercise?” Creating drum exercises is important for anyone teaching or learning the drums, and in this video, Tim demonstrates the ins and outs of creating these exercises efficiently, with plenty of tips and tricks along the way.

This video will show you:

  • How to create a drum exercises from scratch
  • Proper formatting and layout for a drum exercise
  • Tips and tricks to quickly navigate Finale with keyboard shortcuts and menu options when creating exercises

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the videos in the Finale for Drummers series for more tips on how to get the most out of your drum notation:

For more on Tim and his process for using Finale to transcribe and chart drums – download his FREE 4-part video course “How To Transcribe.”

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