We’ve devoted a lot of space here
in the Rhythm Workshop to exploring rhythmic
groupings of twos and threes, but did
you know that these ...
A “rhythmic motif” is a short and often repetitive rhythm figure onto which any chords or melody notes may be grafted.
A cool instructional video about many of the subtleties of playing reggae guitar with Tuff Lion. Jah mon!
In western cultures ,
harmony is conveyed in two basic ways: the
vertical, as in chords [Ex. 1a], and the horizontal,
as in arpeggios [Ex...
Hearing a rhythm is a prerequisite to playing it.
Last time around, we concentrated on repetitive 3/8 and 3/16 hemiolas, or three-against-four rhythmic displacements, but this concept can al...
The pentatonic scale is not just for soloing anymore!
Jesse Gress shows how to expand your melodic potential using releases.
Another popular rhythmic displacement technique common to all musical styles is known as hemiola, which involves superimposing a repetitive,...
Persons of all ages dig repetitive
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