ghost notes

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  1. Krispy

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    Lately i've been trying to make more complex hi-hat patterns for my tunes
    The more high energy songs I listen to the more complex I am realizing hi-hat patterns truly are.

    I heard something about ghost notes beside 8th-hi hat notes or something...

    Wondering if anyone could offer me a better explanation on this???
     
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  3. Krispy

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    Thanks for the info

    I heard that you put ghost notes with the regular hi-hats and it just fills it out better because they are different velocities or something like that

    anyways im gonna read what u sent me
     
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    I find it can be good to alternate between loud n ghost notes, i.e. loud ghost loud ghost, this provides whats called molar technique
     
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