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I've decided that I want to learn drums, but I have a few concerns before I move forward with it.

First, I can't afford a drum set new or used for the time being, what ways are there so I can start practicing without needing a drum set? I know I could start by trying to keep a beat on my desk or something, but I just want a little more concrete advice. Second, I know I can get a million tutorials from google, but I wanna know if there are any specific or better ones /mu/ would recommend. Not just limited to drumming, but can be music theory related as well. Third, I live in a house with roommates, neighbors are close too. How much of a problem will this be?

Finally, what music should I get into? Any specific drummers or genres?