#1
If your supposed to have a constant smooth right hand movement, but theres a hammer on in the middle at the sweep, you kind of have to pause for a second to articulate the hammer on, otherwise it would sound at the same time as the next picked note. Is this good technique? Is there some other way of doing this that I'm not seeing?
#2
If your adding hammer-ons and pull-offs you'll have to sweep the pick slower across the strings.
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#4
Well, if you're sweeping 16th notes, and the hammer on is a 32nd note then your right hand can maintain a constant motion.

But, if you were sweeping 16th notes and the hammer-on is also a 16th note then you will have to seperate it into two individual sweeps.

I hope you understand what I mean.
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