Accenting offbeat eighth notes with the splash cymbal.
Playing a specific 16th note ride rhythm over a constant sixteenth note kick.
Varying the rhythm of a constant 16th note double kick pattern to create a different rhythmic feel.
Using a slightly syncopated rhythm between the kicks and snares to create some new groove 'shapes'.
The basics of building up a groove that has two base rhythms, one simple and one syncopated.
A one bar groove where the beat four snare is shifted by an eighth note. Using the classic David Bowie song as an example.
Learn to play a groove with a '1 +a' ostinato on the right hand with open hi hat decoration.
Learn to construct a groove using quarter note open hi hats and 16th note decoration using the Journey song 'Chain Reaction' as an example.
A fairly standard groove with a stamina draining sixteenth note triplet added on the left hand.
A one handed 16th note groove with some 16th note kicks and a dropped snare, using this red hot chili peppers song as an example.
A simple one bar groove using kicks and snares.
A double kick groove that uses busts of 16th notes on the feet to emulate a guitar part.
A constant double kick groove that uses right hand rhythmic variation.
A simple eighth note tom pattern with a four on the floor using the song 'Enter Sandman' by Metallica as an example.
A simple groove pattern decorated with sixteenth note hi hats.
Arranging sampled parts on a live kit using odd sounds to replicate sounds.
A complex groove that combines two hi hats with some extra tom decoration.
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