Pardon the intrusion, but I just published out a book on rhythm that some might find interesting and useful. The concept of the book is to change the frame of how musicians think about rhythm.

It is well known in science that rhythm causes the brain to resonate, but what is less well known is that it is this effect that is what we feel as rhythm. We feel this resonance as the "swing" of the music. This discovery fuels a simple way to understand rhythm and how to improve not just what rhythms you play, but your timekeeping.

For example, research suggests that a metronome is not the best tool to use to improve timekeeping. It is normal to struggle with the metronome, but other tools exist for improving timekeeping.

It is on sale for $2.99 on Amazon, which has a built in eReader. The sale ends next week. The bit.ly link is below, or you can search Amazon for "A Matter of Time: The science of rhythm and the groove"


Last edited by curiousgeorge77 at Jun 17, 2013,
Yea cool and all, but advertising is still against the rules so *reported
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