Through this lesson I will be showing some common sixteenth stroke roll movements where accented snares are added to create a common time backbeat. This style of fill works really well when you want to put a fill in but don't want to lose the feel created by a groove. The snares have the '>' accent mark over the top so will be played noticably louder than the toms.
- Place accents in various other places.
- Add feet into the exercises above.
- Orchestrate the exercises above.
- Use alternate stickings.
- Vary the length of the fill.