West African Drumming: Sinte in Bali w/ call in, break, djembe parts and slow motion

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http://www.x8drums.com/Michael-Pluznick-Eco-Pro-Djembe-p/x8-eco-pro-mp.htm MP Eco Pro 12″ and 13″ wood djembe porottypes being played in Bali! West African D…

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Michael Pluznick says:

@playincongas yes, most of the west african rhythms, parts, etc., are done
with..or..made easier by playing the “hand over hand” technique as you say.
🙂

Hannah Morgan says:

I learnt this at school last term…I was the dun duns

Yuvraj Shivhare says:

Awesome Rhythm and Timing…Now his is what u call as HEALING Music 🙂

Mike Stenberg says:

It’s harder to play the “funk grooves” going hand to hand for me. It seems
the African Beats don’t have any pause like the 4/4 scale “Rock Grooves”
funk, jam stuff.

Mike Stenberg says:

One thing you are teaching me Michael is the hand-to-hand skill. I seem to
always like to pause as I have this built-in beat from the 70s I can’t get
rid of and probably shouldn’t. I just go back and forth hand to hand and
try to practice “ghost notes” now where I would chose to “pause” anyway for
creating cool “funk beats”.

Hannah Morgan says:

I learnt this at school last term…I was the dun duns

Michael Pluznick says:

The new (Michael Pluznick) MP Eco Pro 12 and 13″ djembes are now in
production! They will be available in the USA at X8 drums. We will also be
shipping out in minimum orders of 10 drums from Bali if you live somewhere
else. Contact me here if you are interested in ordering.

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