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  1. Dr_Watso

    How to notate hitting a drum with two sticks at the same time (NOT a flam)?

    The point of my post is that we can make all sorts of different noises and variations just by the way or where we hit a drum. I feel like it doesn't make sense really to worry about all the different sounds and that's why almost nobody bothers to notate stuff like that; you focus on the rhythms...
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    What exactly is a "Buttery" sound?

    If you listen closely to this image, you'll hear a slight buttery sound.
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    Thrones for a big guy--6'6" 300 lbs

    Haven't looked back since getting my pork pie. Super stable, solid and comfortable for hours on end. There are a lot of thrones I've experienced where it was really nice at first but after an hour or two you notice aches. Not the case with my memory foam PP. I'm a normal size guy I guess for...
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    How to notate hitting a drum with two sticks at the same time (NOT a flam)?

    Okay that's an interesting example, but there's no way to be that specific with notation. I'd also say the same problem holds true for things like hitting both the rim and head simultaneously, and take it a step further to say that every little aspect of how or where we hit a drum ultimately...
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    How to notate hitting a drum with two sticks at the same time (NOT a flam)?

    On different drums that's easy of course. On the same drum, when it's not a flam, I struggle to see why it would be so important for two hits at the literal same time on the same drum. I'd probably just notate that it's an accented note and let the player figure out how to accent it. I think...
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    Help a new drummer decide on cymbals plz!

    The sweet ride is a love or hate kinda thing. I'd check it out in person. Easy to find is the good news.
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    Your least played snare(s)

    I think mine is similar. Superstar Custom all birch; love the kit, hate the snare.
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    The Mars Volta - Drunkship of Lanterns

    I guess if you like snare rolling, that's a pretty dang good song for anyone to learn! Nice playing! Somehow I don't recall seeing your stuff before, thanks for posting!
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    Long lasting changes because of the Coronavirus

    Yea, we are a actually a decently smart species when we want to be and it directly benefits us. Almost all of the animals we eat on the regular in today's society are literally bred and genetically created to be ideal food animals. Same actually goes for the majority of major grains we like...
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    It's All in the Wrists, Bonham Fans!

    I don't get it at all. I like both guys a lot, but I think both would be very ill suited to playing in the style of the other with any authenticity. Putting the right notes in the right places and playing all the parts, sure, Dave could do it. Would he sound like John, though? Not a chance...
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    Your least played snare(s)

    I don't use any of em except the one I wouldn't have if it wasn't for your huge awesome gesture Larry. I mean it every time I say it, that is still one of the best things to ever happen to me. It has a great home and has even been featured on some recordings I've done since. The one I use the...
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    Lollipop Graveyard

    I see your kids already know that wearing pants with pleats on the front will result in the dreaded "front butt". That's a very advanced concept. I only picked it up at like 26.
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    It's All in the Wrists, Bonham Fans!

    Whoever said Weckl could pull off Bonham is off their rocker. No.
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    Why? Paradiddle for Beginners

    Maybe there's a terminology nuance I'm not getting, but I usually think of the "para-diddle rudiment" as defined to be that 4 note sequence. I meant you don't have to stick to that or hold it up as a gold standard.
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    Long lasting changes because of the Coronavirus

    Yea, I do. Quite literally, it will only get worse. As much as it sucks to look at it this way, life will eventually find balance. When we have too many people and too many food animals to inefficiently feed those too many people there's directly no other way this could go. The larger and...
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    Long lasting changes because of the Coronavirus

    Again, who possibly could have known that filling the planet with food animals crammed together eating most of the worlds grains/food themselves, taking most of the available (newly de-forested) land, and filling the air with greenhouse gasses could go wrong? It's my right as a person on the...
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    Long lasting changes because of the Coronavirus

    https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trump-fire-pandemic-team/ It really happened, and it was really astronomically dumb. Who would have thought not being prepared for a literal eventuality would be a good idea? *shrug*
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    Long lasting changes because of the Coronavirus

    Someone above said we probably won't learn from the past, and things will go back to idiocy soon even if we do learn a few lessons. At the very most I'm expecting to maybe get a little bit better cooperation from people not coming to work when they do have symptoms. Case in point...
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    hinger technique?

    I love it. I always thought this was just my way of coping with playing faster than I really could. I always just hang on to the beat and add little "skip" accents to keep it not so boring as well as relieve the tension of playing the same thing quick over and over.
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    Traditional Grip v Matched Grip

    It may have already been stated, but there's zero reason this needs to be one or the other kinda thing. Use whatever is the most comfortable and gives you the sound you want to hear for what you're playing. There's a reason lots of jazz players like trad, it gives it's own subtle sound and...
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