Linear drumming is an approach to playing in which none of your limbs play simultaneously. Typically, linear patterns involve both hands and one or both feet. In this article I’ll demonstrate some interesting grooves based on a 16th-note linear ostinato that’s played between the right hand on the hi-hat and the left foot on the hi-hat pedal.

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