Cobus Potgieter – The Cobus Method

Jan 10 2022

Cobus Potgieter – The Cobus Method

The Cobus Method is a step-by-step video training system that teaches how to play the drums entirely by ear. Beginner to advanced concepts are simplified and complex theory is avoided – focusing instead on creativity, musicality, and ear training. This unique approach speeds up learning while making the process fun and easy.
Everything you need to play the drums completely by ear. You’ll get 15 step-by-step training modules and 15 unique play-along songs so you can apply what you’ve learned to real music!
Cobus Potgieter is a self-taught phenom who has taken the drumming world by storm with his passionate approach and unique style – all without a single professional drum lesson.
In the Cobus Method training system, Cobus explores the boundaries of learning how to play the drums 100% by ear. He takes you through all of his strategies, including: how to learn to play songs by ear, how to make your own songs, and how to write new and unique drum parts while working with professional studio musicians.
Absolutely anybody can learn to play drums with this step-by-step approach. Cobus provides a simple framework for rapid development of your musical abilities through progressive lessons.
Do you want to create unique and memorable drum beats? Cobus explains his simple approach to building original drum parts that you can use to create your own patterns entirely from scratch.
Wish you could create fresh and original drum fills to use within real music? Cobus demystifies his approach to creating memorable drum fills, so you too can impress audiences with your creativity.
It can be tricky to understand the structure of full songs when first learning how to play the drums. The Cobus Method includes visual hints to make this process much easier when getting started!
Training your ears is a critical part of learning to play music. Cobus explains how to develop the ability to hear what other drummers are playing, and how to create your own drum parts by ear.
The Cobus Method includes fifteen play-along songs for you to practice with. More importantly, it will help you develop the ability to turn your entire music collection into a massive play-along library!
Drummers at all skill levels often struggle with getting value out of their practices. Cobus shares his personal advice on how to rapidly boost your musical abilities with three fun drum exercises.
One of the most exciting aspects of playing drums is creating original songs. With that in mind, Cobus sat down with a band to create five original songs from scratch, so you can watch the entire process!
It is critical to play the drums with good technique to reduce the chance of injury. Cobus takes an organic approach to developing hand technique that delivers power through a relaxed grip.
Are you interested in developing speed around the drum set? Cobus explains his custom exercise for building speed, power, and control – while pointing out critical mistakes to avoid when getting started.
Do you enjoy adding a little visual flair to challenge yourself when drumming? Cobus demonstrates his favorite stick tricks, and explains his approach to using them within various drumming situations.
Cobus makes use of some “custom” english words throughout this training system, so the video team included a fun on-screen feature to help explain his unique terms like “ridonculously” and “defo”.


Language: English
Running time: 18 hours
Quality: HDRip
Video: H.264 1280х720 16:9 2300 kbps 29.9 fps
Audio: AAC 192 kbps 44.1 kHz 2 ch
Booklet: Yes (PDF)
Size: 19 Gb

Cobus Potgieter - The Cobus Method

Cobus Potgieter – The Cobus Method


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  1. garulf /

    Hey Admin any news?

  2. garulf /

    dear Admin since the dimensions of the links is 4 GB, with Base registration it takes more than one day each. Please can you replace the old ones with new links with 2GB of dimensions? This is important foe all uesr i think … let me know… thanks in advance for your reply

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