Combinations & Beat Slicing: Lesson 2 – WORK

#806 Beat Slicing: Typical Drum & Bass Groove Assessment
Take each slice and practice inserting it into your groove at random. Obviously you will want to be able to play and work with the beat slices at a variety of tempos, but just so you will have some bpm goals: Beginner: 100 bpm Intermediate: 140 bpm Advanced: 160 bpm The faster tempos reflect some uptempo styles of D&B, which can go up to 200 bpm or higher.
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Daily practice log sheet for your practice log book

Daily success and daily habits go hand in hand. You will see much quicker development if you plan your practice time ahead of time, think through possible distractions, and problem shoot up front. Fill out this worksheet to help you define your practice times and eliminate distractions.

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#807 Practice Breakout Session: Beat Slicing: Typical Drum & Bass Groove Assessment
A step by step guide for how to apply the material talked about in Beat Slicing: Typical Drum & Bass Groove to your practice time.
 
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Take each slice and practice inserting it into your groove at random. Obviously you will want to be able to play and work with the beat slices at a variety of tempos, but just so you will have some bpm goals: Beginner: 100 bpm Intermediate: 140 bpm Advanced: 160 bpm The faster tempos reflect some uptempo styles of D&B, which can go up to 200 bpm or higher.

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