Drum Charting Guide For Beginners and Experts

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Re: Drum Charting Guide For Beginners and Experts

Postby raynebc » Wed Aug 17, 2022 9:58 pm

Old thread, but in case anybody was still stuck on this, Phase Shift (at least at the time) only supported hi hat and rim shot notations defined in the PART REAL_DRUMS_PS track. Check EOF's manual (Help>Manual>Menu functions>Note>Drum) for details on this.
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Re: Drum Charting Guide For Beginners and Experts

Postby Hannah69 » Mon Sep 25, 2023 11:35 am

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, drum charting is essential for effective communication in music. Start with basic rhythms and gradually incorporate more complex patterns as you progress. Use standard notation or drum tabs, and remember to indicate dynamics and accents. Practice reading and creating charts regularly to improve your skills. Happy drumming.
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