It’s All About Rhythm is a method for learning to play rhythms and improve timing for musicians of all levels. Hosted by Afro-roots musician Kevin Nathaniel, the It’s All About Rhythm Introductory Course covers a wide array of rhythms from the most basic three and four counts up to complex claves and syncopated patterns in 8, 12 and 16 count cycles, and more.
This class is for you if you want to improve your sense of rhythm and timing, to play better with other musicians, and to take your music to a higher level.
As you go through the exercises in this course, you can clap, step your feet, sing and even dance to the various patterns. As these patterns become more and more complex, you will become more and more rhythmic yourself.
Watch our Sampler Video to get a taste for what you will experience in It’s All About Rhythm:
In this course you will learn:
- How to apply new rhythms to your music
- How to play in different counts (3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16)
- To identify rhythms and join in with them musically
- Why you should practice music at different speeds and how to do so
- Some commonly used rhythms from pop, funk, jazz and African music.
- Extra tips and advice on improving your rhythm and timing
The It’s All About Rhythm Introductory Course includes:
- Video Course including 48 Rhythm Exercises, each demonstrated by Kevin Nathaniel (streamable and downloadable versions)
- eBook with printable pages of the 48 Rhythm Exercises (downloadable version)
- Access to our members-only discussion forum
Sample a few pages from our eBook:
The It’s All About Rhythm: Introductory Course contains everything you need to get started improving your rhythm and timing.
Licensing for schools and institutions of the It’s All About Rhythm: Introductory Course digital course is available. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 347-871-3866 for more information.
For event bookings of It’s All About Rhythm Live featuring Kevin Nathaniel, please contact us at email@example.com or 347-871-3866 for more information.
This course is currently available in digital format only.