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Old 03-24-2013, 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by eddypierce View Post

Time Functioning Patterns by Gary Chaffee (for the triplet based jazz independence exercises, AND you can practice the previous 16th note rhythms as if they were swung 8th notes)--this stuff is very mechanical, but it can clean up coordination issues so it's easier to make music).
This, and technique patterns. I also like how he explained straight, broken time etc. Definitely would recommend an instructor, though, will save lots of precious time.
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