Frequently Asked Questions


What is Math Drumming?

Whereas most modern music is built on a 4/4 meter (however accented or syncopated), MATH DRUMMING places focus on non-standard time signatures such as 7/8, 11/8, or 13/8.

Fractional time signatures containing a partial beat-such as ¼, ½, ⅔, or ¾ (or their decimal equivalents)-are typically used as a tool for "flipping" the beat in the following measure.

MATH DRUMMING may also feature polyrhythms or constantly changing meters based on various groupings of 2 and 3.

Counting is extremely important in MATH DRUMMING. Grids are often used as a supplemental warm up for developing accuracy and fluidity.

These rhythmic complexities, seen as mathematical in character by many listeners and critics, are what give MATH DRUMMING its name!

When would I use Math Drumming?

MATH DRUMMING can be used in a variety of music genres such as Jazz, Progressive, and Math Rock. However, the purpose of MATH DRUMMING is to get you thinking outside of the confines of genres and to create something that is not only different, but challenging and fun as well!

Can I apply Math Drumming to my everyday playing?

Yes! MATH DRUMMING will even improve your everyday playing.

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