triplets

Single Stroke Development Into Triplets

Teacher: Ralph Humphrey Length: 9 min Category: Technique

Let's take the principles from the previous lesson's exercise and apply them in a triplet context.  You learn how to count and subdivide the triplets while playing your alternating single stroke roll.

Triplet Permutations of Mixed Stickings with Feet

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 13 min Category: Independence

Lesson 2 of Terry's master class covers the different mixed sticking permutations in triplets utilizing the feet only.

Triplet Figures – Left Hand Permutations, Right Hand Fig. 1 as Ostinato & Reverse

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 19 min Category: Independence

Single Stroke Roll Development – DC Rudiment #3

Teacher: Ralph Humphrey Length: 14 min Category: Technique

In this lesson, Ralph breaks down the sixteenth note triplet subdivisions of our single stroke roll exercise.

Triplet Permutations of Mixed Stickings with the Right Side of the Body

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 12 min Category: Independence

In Lesson 3 of Rhythm 3, Terry goes through the triplet mixed sticking permutations using the right side of his body.

Triplet Combinations with 6 Sticking Patterns

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 11 min Category: Independence

Combination Triplets

Teacher: Colin Bailey Length: 11 min Category: Technique

Finally, we look at some vocabulary using groupings of triplets with bass drum interspersed.

Triplet Permutations of Mixed Stickings with the Left Side of the Body

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 15 min Category: Independence

In Lesson 4 of Rhythm 3, Terry breaks down the mixed sticking permutations in triplets between his left hand and foot.

Triplet Figures – Hands 6 Mixed Stickings, Right Foot Figure 5 as Ostinato

Teacher: Terry Bozzio Length: 22 min Category: Independence

Now we will play our permutations using the 6 mixed sticking patterns presented in this lesson.

Triplet Paradiddle

Teacher: Chad Wackerman Length: 9 min Category: Rudiments

These lessons let you apply the system using a series of rudiments. Remember it is not the sticking that is important, it is the way you use your body to produce the right and left hand strokes. Always think musically, listen to Chad closely.