Referring to the grid of 16th note possibilities has become a frequent–almost daily–occurrence for me. Recently, that’s because I’ve been working on a lot of independence ideas. The grid is a handy reference for my OCD completist mind during that kind of practice.
But there are other possible reasons to want this on one page for a reference. The first useful reason that comes to mind is to make up some new fills or grooves.
Randomly picking four of these 16th note possibilities could yield some cool fill or groove ideas that you may never have thought of. In fact, I’m going to try that in my next practice session!
So, without further delay, here is the PDF with all the one beat possibilities from the 16th note grid: The 16th Note Grid.
What are you going to use this for? Let me know in the comments section.
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