Accenting offbeat eighth notes with the splash cymbal.
A fast two bar pop rock style beat that uses cymbals to accent specific beat, using the song 'Always' by Blink 182 as an example.
Learn to play a groove made of a sixteenth note tom pattern broken up with bass drums using the Muse song 'Time Is Running Out' as an example.
A two bar common time groove example using crashes to accent specific '+' counts.
A four note phrase played over triplets to create a pulse warping pattern.
A one handed 16th note right hand groove with some funky rhythm accents using the song 'Reasons' by Earth Wind And Fire as an example.
Varying the accent placement of previous level 2 and 3 lessons to create a set of rhythmically interesting fills.
A simple one beat groove construction shape intended to be played around the back beat. A mixture of ghosted, standard and accented notes can be used.
A common concept in rock drumming that involves accenting all right hand crotchet counts.
A full bar linear groove in 4/4 using the 'R L L F' sticking.
Place accents at various points through a double paradiddle then orchestrate when constructing fills.
Some ideas for accenting 'a' counts with open hi hats within grooves.
Some ideas for accenting 'e' counts with open hi hats within grooves.
Learn some simple single accent placements within a 16th note single stroke roll.
Learn how to apply accents in this very simple exercise using a single stroke roll played as quarter notes.
Continue developing your accent placement skills with this lesson on accenting an 8th note single stroke roll.
Use the ride bell in combination with the ride to give your 12/8 grooves a bit more depth.
A lesson on adding accents to a double stroke roll.
A lesson on adding accents to paradiddles.
Make the start of your phrases even clearer with this simple idea.
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