This is part 2 of 6 PATV episodes relating to sound and tone production originally posted in July 2008. For more PATV episodes related to this post visit his PATV site at: Percussion Axiom TV
Note: The playing demonstrations in this post were performed on a resonator-less marimba.
Building on Chris Wilson’s August 26th post: “Good Technique is Good” in this episode we dig deeper into sound production through basic stroke technique for four mallet marimba. What can we learn from Basketball and Baseball players? And…. most importantly, what does the marimba have to say about your sound? What is “weight transfer?” To help you practice the concepts mentioned in this video check out my Sound/Warm up Exercises.
What are your thoughts about keyboard tone production? Teachers.. how do you teach these or other concepts? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Originally posted on DrumChattr on September 4, 2010 by Tom Burritt.
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