How To Count/Feel Septuplets PLUS Nasty Flams And Double Bass!

http://www.AaronEdgarDrum.com/pdf/septuplets1.pdf * FREE .pdf download

In this lesson we discuss a very important counting method for septuplets (Groups of seven notes per quarter). We go over how I teach feeling them and a few highly effective practice drills.

The practice pad is an HQ on top of a 14×6 Sonor SQ2 Maple Medium in Bubinga. Vater Virgil’s Assault drumsticks.

The drumset in this video is : Sonor SQ2 Beech Vintage, Makassar Ebony with different SQ2 snares.

~Aaron


655 Responses to “How To Count/Feel Septuplets PLUS Nasty Flams And Double Bass!”

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  186. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  187. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  188. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  189. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  190. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  191. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  192. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  193. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  194. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  195. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  196. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  197. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  198. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard - you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  199. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  200. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  201. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately. 

  202. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  203. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  204. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  205. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  206. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  207. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  208. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  209. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  210. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  211. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  212. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  213. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  214. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  215. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  216. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  217. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  218. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  219. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  220. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  221. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  222. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  223. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  224. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  225. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  226. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  227. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  228. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  229. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  230. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  231. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  232. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  233. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  234. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  235. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  236. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  237. nonwave1 says:

    [..YouTube..] not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level. ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or 7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  238. nonwave1 says:

    not sure if this gets the point across beyond an extremely basic level.
    ultimately these exercises seem more like a gateway to jamming in 7/8 time
    rather than dealing with quintuplet increments. 7:1 is not hard – you just
    have to accent the one. i would like an exercise for dealing with 7:2 or
    7:4 . . . that’s when things get a lot tougher. then you know if you’re
    playing a real septuplet or not. cramming 7 beats into a slow downbeat
    isn’t really that hard ultimately.

  239. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  240. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  241. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  242. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  243. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  244. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  245. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  246. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  247. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  248. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  249. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  250. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  251. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  252. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  253. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  254. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  255. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  256. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  257. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  258. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  259. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  260. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  261. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  262. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  263. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  264. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  265. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  266. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  267. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  268. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  269. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  270. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  271. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  272. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  273. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  274. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  275. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  276. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  277. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  278. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  279. @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered. 

  280. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  281. [..YouTube..] Hey man, to clarify, this is the first of two septuplet intro videos that are meant as a precursor to my septuplet based polyrhythm videos that are coming up in my polyrhythm series in the not too distant future. Where, 7 over 2 and 7 over 4 are a couple of the rhythms covered.

  282. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  283. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  284. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  285. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  286. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  287. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  288. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  289. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about ;)

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  290. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  291. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  292. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  293. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  294. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  295. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  296. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  297. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  298. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  299. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  300. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  301. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! :)

  302. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  303. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  304. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  305. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  306. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  307. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  308. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  309. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  310. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  311. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  312. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  313. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  314. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  315. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  316. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  317. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  318. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  319. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  320. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  321. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  322. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  323. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  324. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  325. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  326. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  327. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  328. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  329. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  330. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  331. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  332. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  333. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  334. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  335. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  336. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  337. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  338. @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  339. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  340. [..YouTube..] (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples.

    Either way, this one of two intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉

    Thanks for the comment man! 🙂

  341. aaronedgardrum says:

    @nonwave1 (2) I do actually go far beyond accenting the one in a seven
    number which does take it beyond the extreme basic example at the beginning
    you’re talking about. Most importantly noted in the video and PDF is that
    you need to work these in and out of more common subdivisions. Which
    eliminates the 7/8ness of some of the examples. Either way, this one of two
    intro videos leading to exactly what you’re talking about 😉 Thanks for the
    comment man! 🙂

  342. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  343. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  344. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  345. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  346. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  347. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  348. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  349. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  350. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  351. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  352. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  353. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  354. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  355. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  356. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  357. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  358. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  359. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  360. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  361. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  362. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  363. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  364. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  365. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  366. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  367. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  368. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  369. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  370. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  371. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  372. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  373. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  374. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  375. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  376. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  377. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  378. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  379. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  380. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  381. nonwave1 says:

    @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  382. nonwave1 says:

    [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  383. nonwave1 says:

    [..YouTube..] got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  384. nonwave1 says:

    got it. i will definitely be checking out those videos. i’m working on a composition where i have to deal with 7:4, 5:3 and 5:2 . . . should be interesting. i can feel the rhythms to a certain extent, but definitely need to nail down the polyrhythmic aspect of it . . . cheers.

  385. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  386. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  387. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  388. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  389. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  390. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  391. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  392. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  393. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  394. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  395. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  396. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  397. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  398. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  399. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  400. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  401. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  402. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! :)

  403. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  404. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  405. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  406. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  407. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  408. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  409. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  410. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  411. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  412. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  413. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  414. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  415. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  416. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  417. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  418. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  419. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  420. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  421. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  422. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  423. @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  424. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  425. [..YouTube..] That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  426. aaronedgardrum says:

    That’s awesome man! I’d love to hear that when you’ve got it nailed down! If you ever wanna chat theory or get an outside opinion on how to approach that kinda stuff I’m ALWAYS down for geek talkin’! Hit me up! 🙂

  427. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  428. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  429. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  430. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  431. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  432. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  433. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  434. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  435. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  436. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  437. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  438. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  439. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  440. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  441. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  442. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  443. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  444. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R - Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  445. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  446. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  447. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  448. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  449. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum  Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  450. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  451. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  452. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  453. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  454. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  455. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  456. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  457. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx
    

  458. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  459. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  460. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  461. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  462. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) - Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  463. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X - silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  464. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  465. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  466. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  467. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  468. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  469. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  470. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  471. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  472. 1000BrokenKeys says:

    @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum Hi guys, I found a solution (works for me) for such polyrhythms here is the formula:
    R – Right hand
    L – Left hand
    (LR) – Left and Right together
    X – silent counting
    5×3=15 you need 15 beats to return to one
    5(triplets) beats within 3 beats.
    (LR)xx LxR Lxx LRx Lxx
    3 ( quintublets) beats within 5 beats
    (RL)xxLx RLxxL RXLxx

  473. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  474. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  475. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  476. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  477. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  478. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  479. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  480. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  481. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  482. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  483. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  484. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  485. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  486. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  487. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  488. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  489. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  490. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  491. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  492. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  493. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  494. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  495. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  496. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  497. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  498. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  499. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  500. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  501. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  502. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  503. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  504. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  505. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  506. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  507. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  508. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  509. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  510. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  511. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  512. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  513. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  514. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  515. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  516. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  517. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  518. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  519. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  520. 1000BrokenKeys says:

    @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum another polyrhythm I worked on was 5 within 4 beats and 4 within 5 beats. 5×4=20
    I drew up a line on paper and equaly devided it into required number of beats within the whole loop and marked down first beat of each group of notes per hand.
    I also worked on 7×5=35 beat loop and this one doesnt sound
    like a rythm, it kind of mimics the arytmic sound of the rain water dripping off the roof… Kind of mental exercise.

  521. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  522. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  523. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  524. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  525. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  526. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  527. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  528. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  529. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  530. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  531. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  532. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  533. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  534. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  535. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  536. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  537. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  538. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  539. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  540. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  541. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  542. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  543. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  544. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  545. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  546. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  547. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  548. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  549. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  550. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  551. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  552. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  553. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  554. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  555. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  556. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  557. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  558. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  559. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  560. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  561. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  562. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  563. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  564. @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  565. [..YouTube..] @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  566. 1000BrokenKeys says:

    @nonwave1 @aaronedgardrum of course One can get more complicated with accenting different notes of the note groups but one has to start somewhere.I tried to justify the correctness by maths to explain such polyrhythms to myself because relying just on trying to cram two different rhythms into each other without knowing exactely where to place accents, everything would become an uncertain mush in my case. Let me know if its working out for you.

  567. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  568. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  569. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  570. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  571. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  572. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  573. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  574. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  575. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  576. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  577. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  578. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  579. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  580. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  581. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  582. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! :)

  583. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  584. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  585. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  586. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  587. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  588. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  589. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  590. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  591. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  592. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  593. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  594. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  595. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  596. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  597. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  598. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  599. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  600. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  601. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  602. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  603. @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  604. [..YouTube..] @1000BrokenKeys Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  605. [..YouTube..] Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  606. aaronedgardrum says:

    Man, I’m diggin’ your approach! Cool! I’m not sure if I completely got your written example of what you were doing though, could you make a video of it? Or write it up in actual notation for me to see? I’m really interested and I’d love to hear it ! 🙂

  607. [..YouTube..] Wow, you did loose a lot of weight lol. It’s in the face mostly haha.
    Keep it up!!

  608. adrianxinx210 says:

    Wow, you did loose a lot of weight lol. It’s in the face mostly haha.
    Keep it up!!

  609. [..YouTube..] @adrianxinx210 lmao thanks! I’m pretty sure the nearly 50 pounds didn’t come just from my face haha. There was a bunch of stomach, butt and everywhere else contributing lmao.

  610. [..YouTube..] lmao thanks! I’m pretty sure the nearly 50 pounds didn’t come just from my face haha. There was a bunch of stomach, butt and everywhere else contributing lmao.

  611. aaronedgardrum says:

    lmao thanks! I’m pretty sure the nearly 50 pounds didn’t come just from my face haha. There was a bunch of stomach, butt and everywhere else contributing lmao.

  612. [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum but god damn dude, you’re right… I haven’t actually watched any of my older videos in months. It’s pretty bad lol

  613. [..YouTube..] but god damn dude, you’re right… I haven’t actually watched any of my older videos in months. It’s pretty bad lol

  614. aaronedgardrum says:

    but god damn dude, you’re right… I haven’t actually watched any of my older videos in months. It’s pretty bad lol

  615. TheKylesauce says:

    [..YouTube..] God damn it, you’re a badass… How is your technique so perfect? Like, your daily schedule?

  616. TheKylesauce says:

    God damn it, you’re a badass… How is your technique so perfect? Like, your daily schedule?

  617. [..YouTube..] @TheKylesauce hahah thanks man 🙂 You’re going to absolutely hate my answer to this question. I literally haven’t practiced a single note in the past two years. It’s a new years resolution of mine to get back to serious practice. I used to be an 8 hour a day guy, then I got super busy and just kinda fell off the wagon.

  618. [..YouTube..] hahah thanks man 🙂 You’re going to absolutely hate my answer to this question. I literally haven’t practiced a single note in the past two years. It’s a new years resolution of mine to get back to serious practice. I used to be an 8 hour a day guy, then I got super busy and just kinda fell off the wagon.

  619. aaronedgardrum says:

    hahah thanks man 🙂 You’re going to absolutely hate my answer to this question. I literally haven’t practiced a single note in the past two years. It’s a new years resolution of mine to get back to serious practice. I used to be an 8 hour a day guy, then I got super busy and just kinda fell off the wagon.

  620. TheKylesauce says:

    [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum Oh wow! To be that good without practice… sigh. Well, I’ve played on and off for a few years as a hobbie, but I’ve really wanted to kick it up a notch lately. Trying to get a daily technique/practice schedule together.

  621. TheKylesauce says:

    [..YouTube..] Oh wow! To be that good without practice… sigh. Well, I’ve played on and off for a few years as a hobbie, but I’ve really wanted to kick it up a notch lately. Trying to get a daily technique/practice schedule together.

  622. TheKylesauce says:

    Oh wow! To be that good without practice… sigh. Well, I’ve played on and off for a few years as a hobbie, but I’ve really wanted to kick it up a notch lately. Trying to get a daily technique/practice schedule together.

  623. [..YouTube..] @TheKylesauce That’s awesome man! Daily practice is super important, I started getting back into it over the past few days, I can’t believe I took so much time off. It was lame of me. 😛

  624. [..YouTube..] That’s awesome man! Daily practice is super important, I started getting back into it over the past few days, I can’t believe I took so much time off. It was lame of me. 😛

  625. aaronedgardrum says:

    That’s awesome man! Daily practice is super important, I started getting back into it over the past few days, I can’t believe I took so much time off. It was lame of me. 😛

  626. JimCDooley says:

    [..YouTube..] Awesome, I’ve been counting to 7 for years. This is much better. I’m going to get a big black sharpie and write this on my wall. Thanks so much.
    – Jim Dooley

  627. JimCDooley says:

    Awesome, I’ve been counting to 7 for years. This is much better. I’m going to get a big black sharpie and write this on my wall. Thanks so much.
    – Jim Dooley

  628. [..YouTube..] That’s awesome man! How did it work out for ya? 😀

  629. aaronedgardrum says:

    That’s awesome man! How did it work out for ya? 😀

  630. JimCDooley says:

    [..YouTube..] Well, I never did get to the sharpie thing, but my 8 year old daughter is walking around repeating it and the quintuplet version. – Thanks

  631. JimCDooley says:

    Well, I never did get to the sharpie thing, but my 8 year old daughter is walking around repeating it and the quintuplet version. – Thanks

  632. [..YouTube..] haha awesome

  633. aaronedgardrum says:

    haha awesome

  634. Nate Prophet says:

    [..YouTube..] This is awesome! Thanks so much.

  635. Nate Prophet says:

    This is awesome! Thanks so much.

  636. [..YouTube..] Any time man! I’m stoked you dig it 😀

  637. aaronedgardrum says:

    Any time man! I’m stoked you dig it 😀

  638. zeramski says:

    [..YouTube..] Hey Aaron, great explanation of septuplets. The syllables definitely helped. I was trying to play continuous septuplets to a simple 8th note drum loop, and was having trouble lining up to the upbeat 8th notes (“and”). Are there any notes in the septuplet that land right on the upbeat? If not, how do the two line up?

  639. zeramski says:

    Hey Aaron, great explanation of septuplets. The syllables definitely helped. I was trying to play continuous septuplets to a simple 8th note drum loop, and was having trouble lining up to the upbeat 8th notes (“and”). Are there any notes in the septuplet that land right on the upbeat? If not, how do the two line up?

  640. [..YouTube..] Ahh great question! Unfortunately the answer is no. The “and” lines up between “ah” and “gay” (I know that sounds hilarious) but that’s where it goes 😛

  641. aaronedgardrum says:

    Ahh great question! Unfortunately the answer is no. The “and” lines up between “ah” and “gay” (I know that sounds hilarious) but that’s where it goes 😛

  642. Kelavmeister says:

    [..YouTube..] 3:25 that stare 0_0 peering into my soul! Fantastic rudiment. I’m gonna go work on that! Thanks again for your work!

  643. Kelavmeister says:

    3:25 that stare 0_0 peering into my soul! Fantastic rudiment. I’m gonna go work on that! Thanks again for your work!

  644. [..YouTube..] Aaron GREAT job, gonna start working on it ! Cheers frm Argentina : )

  645. PajarosDeCristal says:

    Aaron GREAT job, gonna start working on it ! Cheers frm Argentina : )

  646. [..YouTube..] haha wow, ya that’s kinda creepy lmao

  647. aaronedgardrum says:

    haha wow, ya that’s kinda creepy lmao

  648. jeronimoringo says:

    just hit that giant hammerax thing!!!

  649. popefictionable says:

    your videos on quintuplets and septuplets have helped me out a ton! I was just curious though, what kind of cymbals do you use???? completely unrelated question I know haha

  650. Bradley Jon Sanders says:

    Genius!! Incredible lesson! Thank you!

  651. esmod89 says:

    Can you do a lesson on undecuplets or tredecuplets?

  652. Cory LoSapio says:

    what is that cymbalyou use at the end? killer vid must try this