Developing on level one version of this lesson by using smaller intervals for the displacement.
Developing on level one version of this lesson by using smaller intervals for the displacement.
A groove construction idea that creates an even slower feel than half time.
Use eighth notes on the left foot as a time keeping device.
Grooves where the right hand plays 16th notes. A good stamina workout as well as a cool groove variation.
That concludes our introductory lesson in adding 16th note decoration to a hi hat part. In future lessons on this subject we will be mixing up the rhythms used, using different rhythms for...
A guide on adding decorative 16th notes to a groove with the right hand.
Now you've seen how the extra 16th notes fall into the groove I'm now going to give examples where the 16th notes appear more than once. Example 1 Hi Hat Rhythm Check Your Counting:Check Can't work...
It's a little backwards, but I'll start with the fourth grouping covered which you can review here. Make sure you are familiar with the counting for the rhythm used in each lesson before...
Here are some more examples where the 16th note rhythm is used more than once. Example 1 Hi Hat Rhythm Check Your Counting:Check Can't work it out? Click here for the answer. The counting for this...
In this lesson we will be using the second 16th note grouping covered in our level 1 lesson. Again, make sure you are familiar with this rhythm and its counting before starting this lesson. Example...
Here are some more examples where the 16th note rhythm is used more than once. Example 1 Hi Hat Rhythm Check Your Counting:Check Can't work it out? Click here for the answer. The counting for this...
In this lesson we will be using the third 16th note grouping covered in our level 1 lesson. Again, make sure you are familiar with this rhythm and its counting before starting this lesson. This...
A lesson on turning your left foot into a metronome that counts quarter notes.
Use eighth notes on the left foot as a time keeping device.
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.
A guide on how to add bass drums between the hi hats.
These sort of patterns are very common and deserve a lot of time perfecting. In future lessons we will be covering: Combining the four ideas shown in this series. Variations on orchestration. New ideas for...
This first set of grooves all have a kick on the 'a' after beat 2. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
In this set of grooves all have a kick on the 'e' after beat 1. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Note that this pattern isn't very common. Example 1...
In this set of grooves all have a kick on the 'a' after beat 4. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
In this set of grooves all have a kick on the 'e' after beat 3. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
These sort of patterns are very common and deserve a lot of time perfecting. In future lessons we will be covering: Combining the four ideas shown in this series. Variations on orchestration. New ideas for...
A guide on how to add snares between the hi hats.
This first set of grooves all have a snare on the 'a' after beat 2. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
In this set of grooves all have a snare on the 'e' after beat 1. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
In this set of grooves all have a snare on the 'a' after beat 4. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
In this set of grooves all have a snare on the 'e' after beat 3. Around this I have given examples of different kick and snare combinations. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 TASK Using...
Constructing half time grooves with offbeat 16th notes.
In this set of grooves you will be focussing on adding kicks. Step 1 Check Your Counting:Check Can't work it out? Click here for the answer. The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2e+ 3 + 4 + Step 2...
In this set of grooves you will be adding both offbeat kicks and snares. Step 1 Check Your Counting:Check Can't work it out? Click here for the answer. The counting for this rhythm is: 1e+ 2 + 3 + 4...
In this set of grooves you will be adding both offbeat kicks and snares to a two bar half time groove. Step 1 Check Your Counting:Check Can't work it out? Click here for the answer. The counting...
A groove construction idea that creates an even slower feel than half time.
Developing on level one version of this lesson by using smaller intervals for the displacement.
A lesson on turning your left foot into a metronome that counts quarter notes.