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BluEyesJun 16, 2009 4:13 PM GMT
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ok Maybe I should have titled the Topic Please Help Me.
It's hard to tell exactly what your problem is from your post, as the track just uses an elementary traintime rhythm, which most people will play as a 2+3 draw and then a 'double-stopped' (preferably with the diaphragm) blow on the 2+3, maybe 3+4. I don't think the 1 blow is what you want in any case. In the end it's about syncopating your breathing, which is what people like to hear.
Or are you using the (more demanding on the lungs) 'Taka-Taka' tongue method? The trouble with this is that it takes a lot more practice to be able to get a continuous breathing cycle going - and in a live situation you'll be even more stressed=|
I reckon as long as you breathe in and out in time you'll bring the house down.
Was this any help???
Have a good one.
Justin thanks for your reply, You do understand were im coming from.
I was almost sure it was the 2+3 or 2+3+4, something like that. Syncopating thats a word im going to have to look up.
While im at it, I will have to look up "Double-stopped" : )
Im using both the "Taka and non Taka" im trying to get the feel of it... and I do get in trouble when I start speeding up.... I know it takes time ( I have all day tomorrow : )
once again blogward thanks for the help
I don't blame you for not knowing what 'double-stopped' is, sorry. What I mean is a sort of Elvis Presley hiccup...???? One draw in and two 'uh-uh's' out. The Taka Taka method is much harder.
thank you Justin, last night went great. I did it with a little help form my friends..
I am posting a thank you for all to Hopefully read....
Cool! Well done!