Playing Ternary One-Measure 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 fairly long break, comprising one whole measure, is used to mark an important transition within the musical piece, such as for instance the passage from a verse to the chorus. In dealing with a ternary groove, you will generally also opt for a ternary break. This course provides a video demonstration example, three technical exercises with their corresponding recordings, as well as seven drum grooves you can play along to backing tracks.