#1
So for some reason I can't stay on beat when our drummer is playing a thrash beat where the double bass is steady and the snare is on the off beat. I just keep listening to the snare and eventually my mind says that the snare is hitting on the beat. Any help?

I added a midi file of the kind of beat i'm talking about
Attachments:
thrash.zip
#2
Play slower. Practice more often.
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#3
Work with the upbeats.

One e AND a two e AND a three e AND a four e AND a...

Ya dig? Just get the feel for the beat, and find the upbeat—and with the upbeat, you'll know where ONE is.

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#4
Say 'boom' on the beat and 'cha' when you hit the snare. BOOMCHA BOOMCHA

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