Announcing Snare Drum and Bass by Pete Bax

Pete Bax
ANNOUNCING SNARE DRUM AND BASS
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 613466   Edit Type: Full Track   Duration: 0:49

Genre: Drum sounds (kicks, snares, rolls, fills, crashes, ride cymbals and more) | Drums / snare rolls

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Marching snare drums are deeper in size than snares normally used for orchestral or drum kit purposes. This gives the drum the big, full sound necessary for outdoor use A traditional bass drum completes the phrase making an announcement great for advertising it can even be used as a ringtone.   Keywords: advertise annunciate broadcast call communicate declare disclose divulge drum, give out impart make known proclaim promulgate propound publicize publish lead There are two common types of grips for holding the sticks used to play a marching snare; traditional and matched. When playing matched grip, both hands of the drummer hold their respective stick in the same way, thus the name "matched grip." The stick is held between the thumb and index finger to form a fulcrum. The rest of the fingers loosely wrap around the rest of the stick. Traditional grip is, of course, the traditional grip for snare drum. Snare drums were traditionally slung around the drummer in a way so that the left side of the drum was tilted much higher than the right side. In order to play in a comfortable position, the drummer flipped his left hand over so that his palm faced upward. The traditional grip involves holding the stick in the left hand between the thumb and index finger and resting the stick on the ring finger. The right hand is held in the same way as the matched grip.



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