The purpose of this lesson, which is a continuation of what we explored in part one (June 2013), is to show you how to overlap bass drum notes at the end of a phrase into a crash at the beginning of the next phrase, in order to create a continuous flow of ideas. Last month we worked with 16th-note phrases. This time we’ll explore the ideas in sextuplets (16th-note triplets). First, practice each grouping individually until you’re comfortable.

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