(Español) Técnica de caja y tambores

(Español) Técnica de caja y tambores

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Technique Of till and drums

At continuation can meet any of the technical elements for percudir your drum or till drummer. Can find type of bumps, the rhythmic figures and his equivalences.

Quan talk of how percudir the drum find two bumps the sheet and the cap. The bump sheet that strong bump, like this then will commence and will end up of the drum. Will be able to do it climbing the drumstick through the rebound and will do to turn the doll at the commence and at the end this bump. For another band, have the bump cap that that how toneless. At this toc, the drumstick will stay near of the drum.
Always when we realise once, already are preparing the bump that will come next.

The rhythmic figures and his equivalences.
Quan talk of the rhythmic figures talk of white, black, quavers, semiquavers, silence among others.
We Will commence for the black figure, is that that maintains the pulsations or rhythm. This costs a time. A clear example is the rhythm that mark with the feet when walk.
For other band have the white, at this figure amounts at two times. This means that we will hammer once each two times.
The quaver amounts at half time. This means that each nigger or pulsations will hammer two bumps at that room of time.
For other canton have the semiquavers that costs ¼ of time. In this way, at a pulsations or time will hammer four bumps at our drum or till.
For last, will talk of the silences that have of white ( 2 times), black ( 1 times), quaver (1/2 times) or semiquaver (1/4 of time). At the silence will not hammer nothing and will last depends the figure.

The accents
The accents his those bump that sound stronger and are involved so that it does my emphases at an interpretation.
For it stresses the note have two possibilities:
1.Hammering the membrane of of a main distance. Already it was, climbing more the drumstick with the doll or the arm.
2. Maintaining the stature, but augmenting the pressure exerted on the doll on the movement of the drumstick.

We expect that this article serves of aid and improve your kens the percussion