#1
I have of lae noticed a massive hole in my musicianship, which happens to by rhythm. now i have been using the system of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + etc and 1 e a 2 e a etc. but there has for the month i have put a focus on this been little improvement. does anyone know of a better system of thinking about rhythm or something that could help? Rhythm is to the point of actually holding back my playing.
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#2
heyy! i'm not really sure what you mean by "1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + etc and 1 e a 2 e a etc" but i know quite some people with problems in rhythms. ofcourse the most basic thing you can do i tap your foot with the things you play, or the things you hear. play with a metronome and follow the beat. what kind of music do you play? and how long have you been playing?
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#3
try accenting your notes on 16th note runs.
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#4
^well, on the first beat of the measure

by the way! this is really good for rhythm as well! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76ZEB664aB4 check it out it's pretty tough but start slow and you'll make it. i know some more video's for rhythm, i'll look them up
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