#3
"polyrythemic?" nice spelling.

Quote by amonamarthmetal
not polyrhythmic


this is what a polyrhythm is


TS confused polyrhythm with syncopation. common mistake, unfortunately.

also, there's really nothing to comment on, TS. it's really just one riff shifted up and down, and then a quick tapped arpeggio.
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#4
Quote by theogonia777
"polyrythemic?" nice spelling.


TS confused polyrhythm with syncopation. common mistake, unfortunately.

also, there's really nothing to comment on, TS. it's really just one riff shifted up and down, and then a quick tapped arpeggio.


This isn't 4 over 3 polyrhythm?
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#5
Quote by Saint78
This isn't 4 over 3 polyrhythm?


i redirect you to my first post to see what a polyrhythm is... i dunno what you were doing tbh but its not a polyrhythm in the slightest
#6
Quote by amonamarthmetal
i redirect you to my first post to see what a polyrhythm is... i dunno what you were doing tbh but its not a polyrhythm in the slightest


Damn, stupid Youtube drummer.
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#8
Quote by JCAshworth247
This is a polyrhythm, right?
(bars 2 and 4)


no, sorry. everything is playing in groups of 3. if you add a track that plays something with groups of 4's 5's 7's ect then it would be then.
#9
Quote by amonamarthmetal
no, sorry. everything is playing in groups of 3. if you add a track that plays something with groups of 4's 5's 7's ect then it would be then.


Is it a syncopation since it stresses different notes every time?
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#10
Quote by JCAshworth247
Is it a syncopation since it stresses different notes every time?


i cant fully answer that question as i have not looked into syncopation. i suck at percussion and rhythm. i would think it is as it accents every 4th note even though its in a triplet feel.