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Master Rhythm with Inner Inchronicity

Master Rhythm with Inner Inchronicity

A tightly-honed sense of rhythm is important for all musicians because rhythm is the gas in the music engine. Regardless of genre, having good rhythm skills can help you to sound more professional, synchronize with other musicians and be the creator of the...
How to Transcribe like a Music Pro: Drums

How to Transcribe like a Music Pro: Drums

In the first part of this series we covered transcription basics and what you should know before you start. So, once you are ready to start: where to begin? Music can be complex and that can make the task of transcribing it seem overwhelming! Fortunately learning to...
Open Your Ears to Emerging Genres

Open Your Ears to Emerging Genres

We are experiencing a truly revolutionary change in the world of music right now. The digital era is breaking all the rules. The flow of information is unstoppable, granting us access to infinite knowledge and giving us the opportunity to create and build like never...
Rhythm Bootcamp: Rhythmic Accuracy

Rhythm Bootcamp: Rhythmic Accuracy

In Rhythm Boot Camp: Got No Rhythm? you worked on basic techniques like audiation and counting to develop your musical skills. In this article you will practice your rhythmic accuracy. Many musicians may have general good rhythm, able to play most rhythmic figures...
Rhythm Bootcamp: Induction

Rhythm Bootcamp: Induction

For those musicians who were born with drumsticks in their hands, playing and tapping on everything in sight, rhythm comes as natural as breathing. They gather with others of their kind, explaining rhythms in bizarre drum talk that only a percussionist could...
Introduction to Polyrhythms

Introduction to Polyrhythms

As a musician, you are probably familiar with common rhythms that involve 8th notes, triplets, 16th notes and quarter notes. You may play by ear, read music, or do a combination of both, but chances are that you are very familiar with common rhythms used in Western...
Fascinating Rhythms

Fascinating Rhythms

The world would be a very boring place without interesting rhythms that move our bodies, make our souls dance, and unite us all through incredible beats. Let’s go on a rhythmic journey and explore fascinating rhythms from some popular songs. The Power of Latin and...
Talking Rhythm: Series Recap

Talking Rhythm: Series Recap

In this Talking Rhythm series you have learned two different methods for counting out notated rhythms. In the count chant method you learned how to use simple numbers and syllables like “ah” and “ee” to count out notation. You also learned...

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