FDP Forum / If you add two triplets to the end of a paradidle(SP?)....do you get Tarkus?/ 4 messages in thread.

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Roly

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Nov 6th, 2016 11:51 PM        

IE down beat changes hands.(like a paradiddle)<br /> Do you suppose that's the way Carl would have viewed it?<br /> <br /> cheers



gdw3



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Nov 7th, 2016 02:17 PM        

I would say it depends. Someone who knows better can correct me, but it sounds like the way Carl is playing it is the entire pattern is being played on the ride cymbal with one hand, and the accents are being played on the snare with the other, trading off the rest of the pattern with the bass drum foot. <br /> <br /> Now, if you were playing the pattern purely on a snare drum, then you might change hands every other time, the caveat being that there might be slight differences in the timbre of the accents.<br /> <br /> Does that answer your question?



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Nov 7th, 2016 03:13 PM        

Hmm, running the riff through my head it is all 1/16th notes in 5/4 time. The 10 note pattern repeats twice in each measure so it is shared in the 3rd beat of the measure. 20 notes/beats divided by 4 and you get 5 beats per measure.<br /> <br /> Seems to be the accents that make that beat sound they way it does. The accents and snare are on the 1st, 5th and 8th note of each 10 note segment. I tried to stick this with a paradiddle type sticking and couldn't do it the way Carl accents the beat.<br /> <br /> I think it's straight 16ths accented as above in 5/4 time. The ride plays them all, the snare on the accents and the kick?? I really don't remember where he put it.<br /> <br />



Roly

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Nov 7th, 2016 08:42 PM        

Hi you guys<br /> Poorly worded question.<br /> I'm guessing that Carl worked it out on a snare drum, then split things up.<br /> <br /> cheers



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