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Technique(s) / Re: Syncopated triplets - A good book?
« Last post by Bart Elliott on May 15, 2015, 11:53 AM »
I just spent a lot of time with "The New Breed".  I was hoping to find something similar with a triplet feel (not straight time interpreted as broken 1/8ths). Should I be asking about syncopated 6/8 instead of triplets?

Ah, okay. No, you are right ... triplets, 6/8 or 12/8 is all good descriptions. To the ear, they sound the same; it is on the written form the makes the distinction actually. One could argue phrasing also is affected, but that's another discussion.

I'll get back to you with some suggested books (there are several) once I get the links together.
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Technique(s) / Re: Syncopated triplets - A good book?
« Last post by Big Yummy on May 15, 2015, 10:31 AM »
I just spent a lot of time with "The New Breed".  I was hoping to find something similar with a triplet feel (not straight time interpreted as broken 1/8ths). Should I be asking about syncopated 6/8 instead of triplets?
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Technique(s) / Re: Syncopated triplets - A good book?
« Last post by Bart Elliott on May 14, 2015, 02:35 PM »
Could you provide a little more information?

By variations do you mean grooves, fills, rhythms, stickings or what?

For the latter, which you would then have to get creative and apply in whatever fashion you wish, Stick Control and Developing Dexterity both contain and make use of triplets, their sticking variations and augmentation (eg. flams).
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Technique(s) / Syncopated triplets - A good book?
« Last post by Big Yummy on May 14, 2015, 11:11 AM »
Can anyone recommend a good book of exercises for practicing triplet variations? 
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Congratulations on being the grand prize winner, Lindsay!
Hope to see you participate more in our community here at Drummer Cafe.

http://www.drummercafe.com/music-industry/drum-news/2015-hit-like-a-girl-contest-winners-announced.html
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Hey everyone! This is my transcription of Jojo Mayer's Performance spotlight solo. (So far, I just have the first of the solos. It's from 0:07-2:10) I'll be posting more as I finish them. After I finish I'll put them all into finale and share the pdf here.


I was lucky enough to meet him a week ago at a clinic where I go to college.

This was really fun and challenging! I'm sure there are a few minor mistakes, so if you see any I'd be happy to know! :)

Jojo's solo:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKve3TyC0Sk

Lindsay
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Gear / Equipment / Instruments / Re: Damaged Tama Tension Watch
« Last post by skn on April 30, 2015, 08:13 PM »
Thanks Bart,

Will let you guys know the prognosis...
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Technique(s) / The 4 Paradiddle [The Exercise Pad Sessions]
« Last post by Frankie Azzariti on April 24, 2015, 03:41 AM »
Hey guys and welcome to another episode of The Pad Exercises Session :)
Right now we're going to focus on paradiddle. Gotta love those paradiddles. For who ever doesn't know what a paradiddle is, well shame on you... It is the most important rudiment of all. The granddad of em all let's say. In this video I'll explain how you play the paradiddle and why it was created; plus I'll explain all 4 variations too. At the end I'm going to give you one cool exercise that brings all 4 paradiddles together.
 
Check out the video and don't forget to hit the Like button and to Subscribe if you find this tutorial useful.
Stay tuned for more!

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