An exercise that moves through various note values.
Use a 16th note crash to create a subtle fill or groove variation.
This is a groove where the standard right hand part is replaced with a 16th note single stroke roll on the hi hat played with both hands. Snare and bass drums are then added around this rhythmic base.
Applying a pattern similar to the '332' rhythm to this time signature in a linear context.
A full bar linear groove in 4/4 using the 'R L L F' sticking.
A hand speed exercise built on the basic principles of subdivision.
Learn some simple single accent placements within a 16th note single stroke roll.
Speeding up the previous independence exercises by using 16th notes then combining with 8th notes.
Playing 8th and 16th note rolls on the feet in 3/4 grooves with various groove construction ideas on top.
Using the idea of displacing snares backwards to create some interesting groove patterns.
Shift your snares by one 16th note to create some interesting grooves.
An idea for placing extra kicks in the pattern giving an extra layer of complexity.
A list of grooves with two quick 16th note bass drums played on a single foot that end on a numbered or '+' count.
Some grooves with two quick 16th note bass drums played on a single foot that start on a numbered or '+' count.
Double time grooves that have double 16th note bass drums rather than straight eighth notes.
Double time grooves that have 16th kicks falling on the 'a' count.
Some double kick based grooves in the time signature of 4/4 making use of runs of eight sixteenth notes.
A development of a previous lesson using sixteenth note hands.
A relatively simple 9/8 fill idea where a block of four sixteenth notes is used then positioned at various points within the bar.
Some ideas for basic sixteenth note fill construction in the time signature of 5/4.
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