Are you asking if each individual has attributes that differ from others? If so, yes. This is natural across the spectrum of all human endeavours.RobDrmz":1g9lk0ya said:Hey everyone,
FIrst off. James Brown - R.i.p. I had tickets to his show next month, sure miss him.
My question is regarding volume and groove. Have you noticed when playing pocket that every drummer has his own 'Groove volume level' ??
You said a mouthful.... For some drummers the groove is all about the spaces in the music, for others it's about the subtle push and pull between snare and kick... Others set-up the groove with dynamics making it almost "breathe" and no two players do it the same way!303_Cliff":3fuy0248 said:Everyone has a different take on it - ask any drummer to play a four on the floor beat and it will sound different everytime - everyone has their own groove that makes them unique.
The Heel":3fs5vykk said:As far as a groove goes...
"Tell me something Good" by Rufus(Andre Fischer) has the most hypnotizing groove I've ever heard. He's so far behind the beat he sounds like he's going to fall on the floor... but everything is placed so perfectly. It always just blew my mind.