Standard Triplet With Swung Level 0 Groove Feet

Creating some slightly more musical sounding feet patterns under a standard triplet.

Through this page you will be learning some more feet ostinati underneath a standard triplet, this time these willl be built based on level 0 grooves. To achieve this, the hands will play the 'RLL' movement as usual whilst the right foot plays the kick part you would expect. The back beat snares on counts 2 and 4 are then siumulated on the left foot. It is important to make play the parts through slowly at first making sure each foot lines up with the appropriate hand. Due to the eighth note triplets used in this rudiment all eighth notes on the feet will be played with a swung feel.

At the bottom of the page you will find a list of links you may find useful when learning these parts. When you have worked through the list below, try creating your own versions. You could also try placing accents on counts 2 and 4 to further emphasize the back beat.


Exercise 1

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


Exercise 2

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


Exercise 3

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


Exercise 4

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet

Exercise 5

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


Exercise 6

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


Exercise 7

Applying level 0 groove movements on the feet under a standard triplet


TASKS

  • Using the 2 minute rule, get all 7 exercises up to a tempo of at least 130bpm.
  • Accent the 2 and 4 counts on the snare.
  • Use more groove ideas to create more foot patterns.
  • Combine multiple exercises to create longer patterns.
  • Orchestrate the parts using various different concepts.