A specific syncopated rhythm built from set groupings of notes.
Some brief notes on what accents are and the '>' notation.
Bar lines are used to communicate structural information, here you will learn about the different types commonly used.
Bar numbers are shown at the start of each line of a score. Learn about specific features of these here.
Learn about different areas of drumming, what they mean and how to improve them.
A brief explanation of this very common musical term.
Put your ability to apply counting to the test in this free quiz on working out the counting for a 4/4 snare rhythm.
Test your ability to count bars of 2/4 with this free quiz.
Test your ability to count bars of 3/4.
Test your ability to count bars of 5/4.
See how good you are at applying counting to snare drum rhythms that contain dotted notes.
See how good you are at applying counting to snare drum rhythms that contain rests.
This lesson expands on the idea of counting by providing a useful tool for learning rhythm.
See how well you know your countings for different 16th note groupings.
Continue learning about applying counting with these four bar snare rhythms. This time the exercises use only whole and half notes.
An introductory guide to counting simple two bar snare rhythms that are made up of quarter and eighth notes.
In many lessons counting marks are used to clarify the rhythm of exercises. This lesson discusses the basics of reading and applying counting.
Information on this solid headed note value that lasts for one beat.
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