Playing Ternary One-Beat Breaks
DRUMS, Multimedia tutorials, Breaks & Solos, How 2 Play Drums
Drum breaks, also often referred to as “fills”, are aimed at joining two adjacent segments. This very short break, comprising a single beat, often marks a rapid transition between two themes or the announcement of a simple rhythm variation. In dealing with a ternary groove, you will generally also opt for a ternary break. This course provides a video demonstration example, two technical exercises with their corresponding recordings, as well as eight drum grooves you can play along to backing tracks.