#1
Any tips for paradiddles on the rim and the head of the snare?
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#2
Could you explain a little more?

Paradiddles should be executed in the same way (rhytmically) anywhere around the drumset. Expand your question and I will try to help you.
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#3
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Could you explain a little more?

Paradiddles should be executed in the same way (rhytmically) anywhere around the drumset. Expand your question and I will try to help you.


I didn't really mean ONLY on the snare, and I didn't mean the rhythm or sticking. Just ways to practice them.
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#4
Well, you should be accenting on every note, and playing the rest as ghost notes (or just un-accented) so Rlrr Lrll Rlrr Lrll etc.

You don't really need to do them in any special way although playing them on a surface without any rebound will help, just play sustained paradiddles at a tempo that's comfortable for you for 2-5 minutes a day, maybe bumping up the speed a little if it's too easy.
#5
Exactly. Playing paradiddles on your leg or even a pillow will do miracles. Other ways to practice them would be to create sequences of different rudiments and including diddles. You should also work on the double and triple paradiddles.
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