If you're playing the standard 4/4 jazz ride pattern with brushes you're sweeping some pattern with your non-lead hand and generally adding a pulse on two and four or on quarters. My question is if there's a "correct" or consensus placement of that swept accented pulse in relation to time. You can start the sweep on the beat, stop it on the beat, or sweep through the beat. If you're playing a side to side pattern you can only either start or stop the pulse on the because of the hard direction change. To give examples of what I mean, in Ed Thigpen's Essence he mostly plays his side to side patterns with it starting on the beat while in Mel Brown's video demonstrating Philly Joe Jones book he mostly stops it on the beat. Considering the importance of good time it seems odd that this isn't something pointed out for students to be aware of for consistency purposes. How are the brush people here playing this?