So the same part of the breakdown as the
one, and I'm gonna use that bass over here
as a one and, and when it comes right
after the and, I'll be just doubling up,
cuz it's, it's kind of like a little bit
of a delay between each other.
[NOISE] And I'll catch it.
On a snare.
You see what I mean right here.
So what John did, he's got one over here.
The one and over here.
He uses the bass as the one and.
This is one and.
And then this is.
One, how do you count 16ths?
So that'll be like a one-uh, one-uh two.
So it'd be uh-two.
>> Yeah, one-and-uh-two.
>> This is how, this is like.
And since that records already like,
doubled up right there, he's gonna use a
fader on the next part.
Just go do, do, do, doom.
>> Just to double it up?
So what's this over here?
Let's see see what you're working with.
That's the one?
Got a one-fourth right there.
That was a double outback.
What are you doubling over here?
How are you making it?
Oh, it's over there, I see it.
It's this one.
Ain't that it?
>> Yeah, yeah, yeah,
that's right, it was that.
>> That, it gets.
So get's and then.
>> That one?
Right here, yeah.
I'm doubling up right here.
And right here.
>> Starting with that snare?
>> Actually no,
doubling up with this too.
>> Damn, that too?
Oh well actually.
From, from there.
>> Which one goes first, that one or this
On that part like.
>> This one go first.
>> Oh okay so you're going.
>> Or whatever.
>> That's crazy.
So you find a lot of records like that
when you just kinda do a little accented
It'll be off beat and.
Just comes out like that and you got used
to it, right?
>> Yeah, and this record's really busy.
I mean, there's so much stuff that's going
And, you know, the,
the little hi-hats kinda throw everything
off, but it,
it actually works to your advantage in a
juggle tune, you know what I'm saying, so.
>> Let me see these, are these one, 16.
Man, can get [INAUDIBLE].
>> And that, that's just that part.
>> Yea, that's hard to do.
There's a lot of stuff going on.
You just gotta.
>> Yeah, yeah, yes.
That's a lot of work man.