Adding Right Hand 16ths - Rhythm 1 Single

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 proceeding. For each exercise, the hi hat part is given followed by two groove examples.


Example 1

Hi Hat Rhythm

Hi hat part for example 1 Check Your Counting:

Can't work it out? Click here for the answer.

The counting for this rhythm is: 1e + 2 + 3 + 4 +

Groove Example 1

Groove example 1 for rhythm 1

Groove Example 2

Groove example 2 for rhythm 1


Example 2

Hi Hat Rhythm

Hi hat part for example 2 Check Your Counting:

Can't work it out? Click here for the answer.

The counting for this rhythm is:1 + 2e+ 3 + 4 +

Groove Example 1

Groove example 1 for rhythm 2

Groove Example 2

Groove example 2 for rhythm 2


Example 3

Hi Hat Rhythm

Hi hat part for example 3 Check Your Counting:

Can't work it out? Click here for the answer.

The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2 + 3e+ 4 +

Groove Example 1

Groove example 1 for rhythm 3

Groove Example 2

Groove example 2 for rhythm 3


Example 4

Hi Hat Rhythm

Hi hat part for example 4 Check Your Counting:

Can't work it out? Click here for the answer.

The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4e+

Groove Example 1

Groove example 1 for rhythm 4

Groove Example 2

Groove example 2 for rhythm 4


TASK

  1. Using the 2 minute rule, get all examples up to a tempo of at least 130bpm.
  2. Create your own variations on these patterns. Write as many down as possible.
  3. Try creating versions of the grooves where the 16th note rhythm is used more than once.