Enter your email address and start learning for free Now

Or

By clicking the button above I agree to the Terms and Conditions Of izif.com
Muted Tak on Darbuka
A new sound is introduced in lesson eight of Learn Darbuka: Muted Tak. Examples of how to use the muted tak in the Masmoudi Rhythm are given; also different ways in which you can mute the Darbuka to play a tak are explained __ ***************

Course Video Lessons - Learn Darbuka
1 Opened Dum and Tak  03:53
2 Opened A good Darbuka sound   05:06
3 Opened Ayoub (or Ayyub) Rhythm 05:09
4 Opened The slap sound (Sak) on Darbuka 02:40
5 Opened Popular Middle-Eastern Rhythm: Maqsoom 05:17
6 Opened Big Masmoudi Rhythm 04:24
7 Opened Essential exercise for Darbuka players 04:26
8 Opened Muted Tak on Darbuka 04:27
9 Opened Laff, Saudi, Ayoubi (Zaar) and Karachi 05:23
10 Opened Moving Between Rythms (Advanced) 06:30
11 Opened Using the Nails Technique on Darbuka 15:00
12 Opened The Wihdah Kabeera Rhythm 15:00
13 Opened The Chiftetelli Rhythm 15:00
14 Opened Popular rhythm in Samai form 15:00
15 Opened Learn Odd beat counts on Darbuka 15:00
16 Opened a 7/4 or 7/8 count rhythm on Darbuka 15:00
17 Opened Learn a 9/8 Turkish rhythm: Aqsaq 15:00
18 Opened How to play a Dum with the left hand 15:00
19 Opened Producing the Slap sound 15:00
20 Opened Advanced use of fingers on the Darbuka 15:00
21 Opened Different ways to play the tremolo 15:00
22 Opened Playing tremolo with one hand on Darbuka 15:00
23 Opened Play rhythm and improvise simultaneously 15:00
24 Opened Warm Up 15:00
25 Opened Adapting western techniques on Darbuka 15:00