Originally Posted by Beat Spector
Looking for reviews of that book two, also Rhythm Knowledge 2 ofcourse.
If there's anyone who can post it here? thx.
Well...RK one is the theory, and RK two is the exercises.
Rhythm Knowledge 2 is worth the price for the C&C exercise alone.
course...you get lots of other things too, like how to play every permutation against another, how to count & play odd subdivisions through 19 at fast tempos, and so on & so on.
They're pretty cool, but Mike's stuff takes time. Very conceptual, but well worth it. If you only can afford one or the other, get Vol. 2.
A friend of mine gave me his books, and I was skeptical at first, but after a few weeks I started noticing the difference.