CARMINE APPICE REALISTIC ROCK PDF

Topics include basic rock rhythms, sixteenth-note triplets, syncopation, hi-hat rhythms, shuffle rhythms, double-bass drum grooves, odd-time grooves, and linear rudiments. Also featured are performances with guitar legend Pat Travers, a "you supply the drums" play-along section, and a rockumentary chronicling Carmine's celebrated career in the music business. By Daniel Glass with John Aldridge. Shannon Larkin drummer for Godsmack. Tommy Clufetos drummer for Rob Zombie.

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Accented Bass Drum: bar exercise. Sixteenth Note Rhythms: exercises ; 8-bar exercise, More sixteenths: exercises ; bar exercise. Syncopation: exercises Sixteenth Note Accented: exercises ; bar exercise. Accented Sixteenth Notes: exercises ; bar exercise. Polyrhythms: exercises Shuffle Rhythms: exercises Triplet Ruts: exercises Linear Rudiments. Slow is 1 bar phrase; fast is 2 bar phrase.

Example 2a. There are a lot of important additions in this new version. The new CD recording — inside the front cover — is most the important addition. I've recorded all the essential rhythms so you can actually hear how each exercise should sound. Whether you play along or just listen, I'm sure this new dimension will help many drummers. Then, as it becomes easier, bring the tempo up, little by little. At the beginning of each exercise each line is marked for easy identification.

Some exercises will be played at least eight times. The more you play the exercise, the better you'll get! Eighth notes are twice as fast as quarters. Sixteenth notes are twice as fast as eighths. Thirty-second notes are twice as fast as sixteenths—that is how to feel thirty-seconds instead of counting them. All rest values are the same and will be explained as they are used. Part II deals with eighth notes on the cymbal, quarter and eighth notes between hand and foot. Part Il is the elementary part of the book.

At the end of Part Ill is a 12 bar exercise. To get the feel of playing different rhythms side by side, this exercise was designed as a collage of all the rhythms played up to that point.

It's a review in the form of a drum solo. You'll find such exercises at the end of each part. If possible, all exercises should be played at the drum set to get the right rhythmic feel and the correct balance needed for tonal separation. First play each exercise as written. Then play one of the ways shown below by matching the hand rhythms numbers 1 - 6 with the Hi-Hat rhythms letters A - C. Any thythm pattern that has eighth notes on the right hand left hand for left- handed drummers can be varied this way.

As written right hand on A. Backwards left hand on B. Hi-Hat on eighth notes cymbal 8. Right hand on quarter notes C. Right hand on the 6. This exercise is a review of the quarter and eighth note sections. Part iv Sixteenth Note Rhythms Rock drummers rely heavily on sixteenth notes.

Eighth note rests can also appear. The dot increases the value of the preceeding note by one half. Since an eighth note equals two sixteenth notes, a dotten eighth equals three sixteenth notes.

A dotted eighth and a sixteenth add up to one beat. Count the figures like this: [———J or [—, This rhythm is played with a bounce. Hit on 1, e. The first 16th note of the triplet is usually left out: 3S VF: daa therefore, the triplet fits between the eighth notes that are being played on the Cymbal.

The only possible problem—a fast, basic beat—can be solved by playing these exercises very slowly. Gradually increase the tempo. You should be able to play these if you learned the preceding exercises. In this section the rhythms appear in 12, 14and 16 bar exercises and solos. Play these slowly at first. Repeat at gradually faster tempos. Beats that are not usually accented are now emphasized; the rhythm is broken up.

Syncopation is used in musical styles as divergent as rhythm and blues and hard rock. Study the vertical and horizontal relationship of the notes on all lines.

Notice that as the Hi-Hat opens and closes, a more complete, rhythmic sound is created Remember to play these slowly at first. HH BD The accent occurs when the cymbals are played in the open position. These exercises can be played as professional rock solos in 14 or 16 bar breaks. Tee a a! Quarter notes are played on the cymbal, instead of the usual eighths. The natural emphasis is on 2 and 4. Improvising occurs between the snare and bass drum.

They can be easily adapted for any playing situation. Stickings which have worked well for me are indicated with R and L. One Bar Breaks The first measure is the fill. The second measure shows the standard rhythm that might come before and after the fill. BD1 is the main bass drum right for right handed drummers, left for left handed drummers and BD2 is the second bass drum. Look at relationships.

Figure out the rhythms. Take it slow! Nothing hits together. Until now we've played patterns where different limbs play at the same time as other limbs. The following exercises will give you a new outlook on playing and will open up many new concepts for you to play. A grouping is a group of notes that when played create a phrase or melody. Let's put some of these rudiments together so we can use them as grooves and fils. The first combination we will use is using the 7 and 9 grouping.

We need two groupings that would sub-divide into A good one to start with is the 7 and 9, together they equal 16, which equals one bar. The syncopation created by this combination is what makes this stuff interesting, fresh and new. Below are some examples of this concept: play them slow at first, then build up speed. Here are some two bar com!

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Drumming legend Carmine Appice has once again updated the best-selling drumset book in the history of rock drumming. In addition to the classic information on basic rock rhythms and polyrhythms, linear rudiments and groupings, hi-hat and double bass drum exercises, and shuffle rhythms and syncopation exercises, Carmine has included over 20 new pages and a second CD of fresh material. By Joe Bergamini with Dom Famularo. By Rick Gratton with Marco Minnemann. By Rick Gratton with Carmine Appice. Ultimate Realistic Rock.

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