Public Library Structure

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Public Library Structure

I’m thinking of restructuring the Public Library. The idea is that, anything you might want to upload would have a home.

The diagram below is my current draft. Please imagine you have something to upload, and look at each level. Would you know which path to follow, or would you get stuck?

E.G. If you were uploading a pattern from a book, it’s obvious that Books/Magazines should be the back to take.

If you have suggestions about how this structure could be improved, or added to, please comment below, or email me

Thanks for your input!

By |2020-05-29T20:42:23+00:00May 24th, 2020|Uncategorized|4 Comments

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  1. bcraig May 24, 2020 at 9:35 am - Reply

    Joe this look a great idea 💡

  2. Rick Trankle May 25, 2020 at 3:19 am - Reply

    Yes, I would like to help key in some. You’ll need proof readers too.

  3. Rick Trankle May 25, 2020 at 3:55 am - Reply

    Complete Books I would like to see:
    Joe Morello Master Studies vol 1 & 2
    Double Bass Drumming – Bobby Rondinelli & Michael Lauren
    Double Bass Drums – Louie Bellson
    Bass Drum Control – Colin Bailey
    Portraits in Rhythm- Anthony Cirone
    Technique Patterns – Gary Chaffee
    Syncopation – Ted Reed
    Advanced Techniques for the Modern Drummer – Jim Chapin
    The Shuffle Drumming Workbook – Chet Doboe
    Advanced Funk Studies – Rick Latham
    The Jazz Drummers Workshop – John Riley
    The Art of Bop Drumming – John Riley
    The New Breed – Gary Chester
    The Drummer’s Complete Vocabulary- John Ramsey
    Coordination Patterns with Hi Hat and Bass Drum – Joel Rothman
    Rhythmic Patterns for the Modern Drummer – Joe Cusatis
    One Surface Learning Roy Burns & Joey Farris
    Rock ‘N Time – Jim Engle
    Inside Buddy Rich – Jim Nesbitt

  4. Rick Trankle May 25, 2020 at 4:26 am - Reply

    Add four more:
    Master Technique Builders for Snare Drum – Anthony Cirone
    Polyrhythms – Peter Magadini
    Poly Cymbal Time – Peter Magadini
    Kleine Trommel – Eckehardt Keune

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