Have you ever imagined a great rhythm in the shower but forgot it at the drum?... Or tried to write two parts and then been disappointed when you hear them together? This workshop provides skill-based and technical tricks to shorten the path from mind to music.
- name, interest in composition
- great moment in the jam
-- capturing with "running recording" and method of making time-stamps
- ideas "in the shower"
-- notebook at the ready
- composition, managing complexity
-- multi-track audio and video for multiple parts
- multiple roles for kuchishoga (only first of which is relevant)
-- hearing something before you can play it
-- specifying sticking
-- transmitting rhythm to others
- western notation vs "Krystem"
- get great at whatever's most natural
Increasing one's ability to accurately capture rhythms
- understanding relationship of each 16th-note position within the bar to the pulse
- finger counting
- "1eau Drill" as "truffle hunting"
- audio recorder
- video camera