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16th Timing and Subdivisions

Posted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:44 pm



Routine Here

I wrote this one because I was having trouble with consistent 16th and 32nd note singles. This collection goes through all 3 16th variation exercises. Everything is at 120 BPM so you're really hammering those rhythms into your brain, and not confusing yourself. (You might want to try these exercises at different tempos as well; I was just paranoid about changing them. :lol: ) Then there's 32nd note singles. Last, there's Pantera. Don't rush the hertas in this exercise. Try to keep them open without slowing down. I added 4 reps of each. I did this so you could do different variations. Like on reps 1 & 2, do piano with low heights and for 3 & 4 do full heights, crescendo, or whatever.

Have a good day, hope this helps.
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Re: 16th Timing and Subdivisions

Posted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:54 pm



Cool... did you know there is a "share on ss forums" button when you view your list of routines? It is the little snare drum icon and clicking it will create a pre-filled post with all info about the routine. :)

Just wanted to make sure you knew about that feature because it was a beast to code, lol.
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Re: 16th Timing and Subdivisions

Posted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 7:54 pm



snarescience wrote:Cool... did you know there is a "share on ss forums" button when you view your list of routines? It is the little snare drum icon and clicking it will create a pre-filled post with all info about the routine. :)

Just wanted to make sure you knew about that feature because it was a beast to code, lol.
I wondered why your routines were always so neatly/identically formatted haha
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Re: 16th Timing and Subdivisions

Posted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:21 pm



Kaitou wrote:
snarescience wrote:Cool... did you know there is a "share on ss forums" button when you view your list of routines? It is the little snare drum icon and clicking it will create a pre-filled post with all info about the routine. :)

Just wanted to make sure you knew about that feature because it was a beast to code, lol.
I wondered why your routines were always so neatly/identically formatted haha
Yeah, I saw that. Being a novice coder, I'm sorry I didn't utilize it, wasting X lines of code. I'll try to use that in the future. If I remember. :lol: I considered using it but I wasn't sure what it would do. I actually tried copying the table with the info in it into my post manually. Oh well. Thanks for the advice though.
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