I am also from Richmond. Not sure if we ever met in person. I do most of my playing outside the Richmond area, but have my teaching studio in Henrico. Please feel free to visit my website

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You can actually make your own paradiddle exercises with a few rules:

Paradiddle - takes up the space of four 16th notes (P=4)

Double Paradiddle - takes up the space of six 16th notes (DP=6)

Paradiddle-diddle - also takes up the space of six 16th notes (PDD=6)

Triple Paradiddle - takes up the space of eight 16th notes (TP = 8)

Now - to fill up one measure, use combinations that add up to 16. As in:

- P, P, P, P (4+4+4+4=16)
- DP, DP, P (6+6+4=16)
- PDD, PDD, P
- DP, P, DP
- PDD, P, PDD
- P, DP, DP
- P, PDD, PDD
- DP, PDD, P
- PDD, DP, P
- PDD, P, DP
- DP, P, PDD
- P, DP, PDD
- P, PDD, DP
- TP, TP
- P, P, TP
- TP, P, P
- P, TP, P

You can extend these to add up to 32 sixteenths for two measure phrases. You can substitute other rudiments in as well.

Jeff