Uploaded by Hugh Kozak on 2 December, 2014 at 12:18 pm
Jason from http://www.threeworlds.com.au explains how to do a 3/4 roll.
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3/4 roll over rhythm might be the wrong name but it describes triblets
perfect! I was searching for a tutorial to switch from 4/4 to 3/4. What did
i found first? Right, this video! So he gave a good name to this video ;)
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16th note triplets in 4/4 time. 3/4 over 4/4 describes a polyrythm. you’re
still only playing 1 time signature. smooth rolls though 🙂
Great video, got straight into it and didn’t spend half the video talking.
Found it very helpful. Thx
q buen tutorial sigue asiendo eso
this isn’t 3/4 on 4/4, it’s just triplets
Thank You so much ! In my small village in France I really enjoy your
lesson ! is there some others or a CD ? Have a beautiful time ! L.
Good playing but you really should learn the theory before teaching
fantastic video man 🙂
thank you man…
Thanks Jason! This will be a good addition to my drum circle repertoire as
soon as I can get it down. I don’t care if it’s 3/4 or 16th note
tripletts….it sounds good and I’ll learn and play it!!
Thanks so much for sharing…you are a great teacher! Wonderful energy.
Shelly, Nova Scotia Canada
nice…. I am really liking this RHYTHM….. Ive been looking for some
djembe inspiration. I located this another UK site… that had notation and
rhythms … trying to locate that again.
R u left handed?
WHY CANT I SEE YOUR VIDEO????
Hey I love the video, much more informative than most on youtube. Btw has
anyone ever mentioned the uncanny resemblence to Mr G from Summer Heights
this is GREAT! l have started a Djembe Circle at Shawforth lancashire. and
i will be bringing in all i have learn here.
Nice playing Jason. I also have some wee Scottish djembe videos for any
I notice two things by my self; – I am slowly getting the hang of te 3/4
roll – when i play something completely different… and i want to return
to the 3/4 roll it is not so easy to play it agin ….!!!
This actually helps im ment to be showing how to do a 3/4 and a 4/4 this
friday and the worst part is my teacher is recording me while im showing
how to do it. And it has 2 be by drums, and my own chords hopefully i pass
this project!! :/
RlrLrlRlrLrl 1..2.. 3..4.. is actually how that would be counted
This has nothing to do whith traditional west african djembe. u must try to
learn more about polyrytm 3/4 and 4/4. U seem to be a nice guy but its to
early to try being a teacher about this
its just trips mate
Those are just triplets in 4/4…
thanx jason. bro. ali
A great way to explain this would just say you’re doing sixtuplets lmfao
Breaks down the riffs very nicely – great sound
very very helpful!!!! thank you!!!
That’s not a “3/4 Roll”. You are playing 16th note triplets. Your
explanation has nothing to do with real musical notation or counting.