In double kick playing, which foot should match with snare?



Asked by: Megan Mesaros

So, keeping the right foot as the main beat, your left foot will put in any extra kick drum parts. However, as at the beginning of this, drummers ought to be capable of leading with either hand, and also either foot, with a double pedal.

How do you mix a snare and a kick?





We can leave the 808 down here we'll just leave that like that so our 808 is alone take these toss them in a group turn the group down to -5. So they were back in volume where they were at before.

Where should a double kick pedal go?

Ideally we want to place it at the center and i'll show you a couple different ways you can do this to practice at home if you're looking for exercises to practice your footboard positioning.

How do you play double kicks on drums?

So we're going to start on the right foot finish on the right foot. And then the last one there we've got sixteenth notes on beats one and beats three.

Can kick and snare at same time?

James Brown’s drummers are considered some of the best of all time, and they definitely hit the kick and snare and ride at the same time occasionally. The main drum riff for the verses of “Superbad” (played by Jabo Starks) has kick and snare simultaneously at the first beat of every measure.

How do you adjust a double kick?





I've tried them both. I find that well first of all would just say the tighter the spring tension is on the pedal. Obviously the more you know the more sort of springing your rebound.

How do you set up a double pedal?

First of all place your foot on the pedal. And start off with a 45 degree beta angle. And a really really low spring tension. Then place a foot around the middle of the foot board. Again.

Where do snares go in a beat?

I have a snare at the end because the bar the bar kind repeats here at this fifth bar it repeats. And plays over again it loops. So right here to kind of transition.

Where should the snare sit in the mix?

You’ll see a bump at the lower end of the snare on the frequency spectrum, this is the body of the snare. In my example below it’s at 200Hz. Listen to the snare in the context of the whole mix and cut or boost it to sit perfectly in your mix.

How can I make my kick pattern better?

Arguably the best way to inject a massive dose of creativity. Into your kick pattern. Though is to use a polymeter. If you're new to the term polymeter.



Where do you place a kick?

I really like to look at the spot of the ball right here where my holders going to put it down once I get set and I feel comfortable. My eyes are solely focused on his finger.

How do you chop a drum?

So it's really simple just to get you started developing your drum chops. And this is what i love to do is learn one pattern and go as deep as i can with it so now let's move on to. Number.

How do you arrange drum patterns?

Four measures to start. So length four put the class on beats three. And a nice syncopation for the clap can be this rhythm where we put the and a 4 and the an of two which is a third.



How do you make a drum beat interesting?

So if you want to keep the accent on two and four generally you'd want to where you can actually do is with the kick drum kind of mess around a little bit maybe done a bit on one and three maybe half.

How do I make my drums better?

Sound more authentic it gives them more movement. And flavor and it just really helps move things along so in this track I've got a couple of different live elements.