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Old 12-24-2010, 10:38 PM
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Displacing the backbeat..


Well this is something i've been practicing for a little while and i wanted to see if anyone had any tips or videos on this to share. Im still playing in the usual 4/4 and im just trying to find tasteful and musical ways to throw the 2 & 4 backbeat off. Any videos or pointers would be very appretiated
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Re: Displacing the backbeat..


You'll find a bunch of them here at YouTube.

YouTube - drumming off beat
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Old 12-24-2010, 11:32 PM
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Re: Displacing the backbeat..


Thanks for your post. This isn't exactly what i meant tho, I was talking about moving the snare accent from notes 2 & 4 in a 4/4 basic groove. The videos i found there we mostly about upbeat patterns with the hi hats on the "and" . I tryed many keywords in youtubes search box but i dident get anything. Hopefully someone finds something or posts a vid themself. Thankyou anyway
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