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Ex 1

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.

 

Ex 2

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.

 

Ex 3

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.

 

Ex 4

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.

 

Ex 5

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.

 

Blend

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Mistakes 3rd double #1

How to play offbeats on the 3rd sixteenth note, therefore the “eighth note in the air”?

What is an “eighth note”?

To give you a simple example, play a rhythmic in eighth note with all your pick strokes down and remove all your first strokes. At first it's a little unsettling but you get used to it.
So, the “eighth note in the air in relation to the first beat is therefore the second.
We have put together a series of exercises that will allow you to tackle this type of offbeat in different rhythmic contexts. sometimes followed by a quarter note, sometimes by two eighth notes, sometimes by an eighth note and two double notes, etc…

In what musical style do we find offbeats on the eighth note in the air most often?

This type of mishap is a bit of a trademark of Reggae, which has based most of its aesthetic on it. So much so that even the bass drum is placed on this offbeat, therefore backwards from the standard binary pieces.
However, they are present in a number of different styles but in a more occasional manner. It is therefore important to integrate them into your playing and into your rhythmic vocabulary.