In this lesson we will look at gradual
increases and decreases in dynamics (volume). If an entire section
is to be played at one volume then a single dynamic marking will br
written, such as mf or mp. But if a gradual increase or decrease is
needed we use crescendo and decrescendo.
A gradual increase, and it can be across any number of notes, or bars. Here is an example of a crescendo over one bar..
A gradual decrease in dynamics over any number of notes or bars..
|Drums & Pedals Setup||Tuning Your Toms||Drumstick Choice|
|Jack's Gear Setup||How To Control Dynamics||Different Stick Sounds|
|How To Hold Your Sticks||How To Control Speeds||Sleishman Pro Series Drums|
|Counting Quarter Notes||Classical Technique Vs Drumkit Technique?||Crescendo & Decrescendo|
|Counting 8th Notes||Drum Notation & Basic Theory||Triplets & Flams Chop Builder|
|Counting 16th Notes||Writing Cheat Sheets||Fast Triplet Drum Fills|
|Counting Triplets||Reading Drum Charts|