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It allows each section to truly focus on their individual parts. This varation of the warmup is used as an accent tap warmup. This warmup is all about control, technique and understanding the difference between accents and inner beats.
By Cassidy Byars Doublez is a double beat exercise designed to enhance the quality of diddle control. Doublez was written by mixing up double beat 16th note rhythms. The result is a steady, staggered paced pre-diddles warmup that has a nice groove to it.
By Cassidy Byars Triplet Diddle is a standard format triplet diddles exercise. This is a great exercise to start playing if you are trying to achieve precise triplet diddle timing and control.
By Cassidy Byars Peacemaker is as much of a groove as it is a warmup. Peacemaker is longer than the standard groove and also contains some diddle control exercises throughout it. This is a great one for the lot or the stands. Be prepared to get some serious attention with this one! This is a fun warmup that mimics the actual song with percussion parts.
This is a great one for the stands and as a 60 second warmup before show time. By Cassidy Byars Duple Triple is a great warmup to help players concentrate on duple and triple transitions. This warmup clearly demonstrates the difference between duple and triple meter. By Cassidy Byars Building Paradiddles is a simple warmup exercise that was specifically designed to develop and improve Paradiddle comprehension, technique, and control.
By Cassidy Byars Building Paradiddle-diddles is a simple warmup exercise that was specifically designed to develop and improve Paradiddle-diddle comprehension, technique, and control. By Cassidy Byars Building Flam Taps is a simple warmup exercise that was specifically designed to develop and improve Flam Tap comprehension, technique, and control.
By Cassidy Byars Building Flam Accents is a simple warmup exercise that was specifically designed to develop and improve Flam Accent comprehension, technique, and control. By Cassidy Byars Building Hertas is a simple warmup exercise that was specifically designed to develop and improve Herta comprehension, technique, and control. This one not only serves as a good warmup, but it works great as crowd pleaser as well. By Cassidy Byars Triples and Threes is a warmup that helps exercise the control of triplets and 3 16th notes per beat.
This is a great one to help lines truly understand how triplets work and how they differ from 16th notes. By Cassidy Byars Sixtupleting Around is a warmup designed to help with the transitions from standard sixteenth notes to sixteenth note sixtuplets. The sixtuplets are arranged in single, paradiddle-diddle, RRL, and triple stroke roll patterns.
This one has a very catchy tag line at the end. By Cassidy Byars For drumlines that are looking for a simple "straights"exercise but are burned out on 8 on a hand type warmups, This warmups is also a useful tool to help explain and better understand how time signatures work. By Cassidy Byars Accentz is another one of our accent tap exercises. This pattern utilizes a "groove" section that allows it to be just as fun to listen to as it is to play. By Cassidy Byars Flam Town is a flam exercise that incorporates both the structure and use of flam taps and flam accents in a single exercise.
This exercise is great for drumlines that are looking to push their flam abilities to the next level. By Cassidy Byars 53 Accents is a triplet accents warmup that focuses on the placement of every single and back to back double triplet accent combination and placement.
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