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  • Click off the intro to this song - help????

    Normally this stuff comes easy to me, but for some reason, I am going bonkers trying to count off this song. I think it is just 1 - 2 - 3-e-&-a
    4-e-&-a - Band in big on 1

    But man, every time I listen back, I am hearing an extra snare hit or something.

    I cropped the first 5 or 6 measures....anyone want to give a quick listen and let me know? I have to play it Sunday and want to get it right the first time

    http://n8hee.com/CCC/Previous/song.wav

  • #2
    The way I heard it, it starts on the upbeat/& of 3:

    (1) (2) (3) & a 4 e & a 1 ....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tetra-Pro View Post
      The way I heard it, it starts on the upbeat/& of 3:

      (1) (2) (3) & a 4 e & a 1 ....
      I was thinking the a of 2?

      1e&a 2e&S SSSS SSSS C on 1

      This should be easy

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tetra-Pro View Post
        The way I heard it, it starts on the upbeat/& of 3:

        (1) (2) (3) & a 4 e & a 1 ....
        I hear it the same way...
        Jack

        Sabre's Album

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        • #5
          Originally posted by oldmandrummer View Post
          I was thinking the a of 2?

          1e&a 2e&S SSSS SSSS C on 1

          This should be easy
          I heard six sixteenth notes prior to the first crash, which comes in on 1 and begins a steady 4/4 beat. To use your notation:

          1e&a 2e&a 3eSS SSSS C

          --Bob

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tetra-Pro View Post
            I heard six sixteenth notes prior to the first crash, which comes in on 1 and begins a steady 4/4 beat. To use your notation:

            1e&a 2e&a 3eSS SSSS C

            --Bob
            Yep - you are right. Not sure why I was hearing the other 4. I suppose you can do it either way. Thanks bro!

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