Accenting offbeat eighth notes with the splash cymbal.
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 double kick groove that adds four sixteenth notes into a simple 6/4 groove.
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.
Some ideas for groove construction in the time signature of 5/4 using the song 'Animals' by Muse for inspiration.
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.
Learn to construct a groove using decorated four on the floor and open 16th note hi hats using the Stevie Wonder song 'Do I Do' as an example.
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 groove that contains a lot of 16th note kicks, useful for developing foot speed and strength.
A simple groove pattern decorated with sixteenth note hi hats.
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