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I just realized what jeffa signature was about, so here's the Triplet paradiddle for this beatbox:

PARA1 acousticsnare : -x-xx-x--x-xx-x- closedhihat : --x--x-xx-x--x-x kickdrum1 : -x--x--x--x--x-- PARA2 acousticsnare : -x-xx-x--------- closedhihat : x-x--x-xx------- kickdrum1 : x--x--x--------- PLAY(PARA1,PARA2,PARA1,PARA2,PARA1,PARA2)

Update 2001-10-30: So jeffa just told me it was supposed to be 3 measures in 4/4, which the above obviously isn't.

*PARA1* acousticsnare : x---x-x---x----- closedhihat : --x-----x---x-x- kickdrum1 : x-----x-----x--- *PARA2* acousticsnare : x---x-x---x----- closedhihat : --x-----x---x-x- kickdrum1 : --x-----x-----x- *PARA3* acousticsnare : x---x-x---x----- closedhihat : --x-----x---x-x- kickdrum1 : ----x-----x----- PLAY(PARA1,PARA2,PARA3,PARA1,PARA2,PARA3)
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In reply to Re: Poorman BeatBox - triplet paradiddle :) by OeufMayo
in thread BeatBox 2001 by OeufMayo

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