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szvarga

 

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Staccato rasgueado 

Anyone knows techniques to play rasgueados staccato? Both with thumb or without.
I've been trying to do that for a few days now, looking around on the web, but I didn't get anywhere...

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 10 2019 9:42:06
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

Rasgueado staccato? What did you mean? when the thumb is bent?
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szvarga

 

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to Stepan3356

I mean staccato sounding.

instead of this:


sounds like this:


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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 10 2019 11:58:38
 
JasonM

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

That phrase is probably played by muting the strings with your little finger after each stroke. Usually it would be be just down strokes with the index.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 3:40:58
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

Maybe what you'rew looking for is the famous rasgueo by Juan Maya Morote



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 10:29:59
 
Ricardo

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to JasonM

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ORIGINAL: JasonM

That phrase is probably played by muting the strings with your little finger after each stroke. Usually it would be be just down strokes with the index.

Yes if that’s what he actually means, but you can use up and down strokes. But I am not so sure that’s what he is after.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 15:04:27
 
JasonM

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to Ricardo

Ah right, like in Alegria or SpB.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 15:41:18
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

Put a sock under the strings? To play that as written you would have to somehow mute in between each stroke which may not be possible at higher speeds (actually I would love to see that... Grisha?)
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 17:37:53
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

Just do it in post-production

More seriously, not sure what the point is. What you present, the sextuplet of 16ths, surely this is meant to be played pretty fast to being with - implied with the chosen 16th notation. So you are already at a speed of, what, 400-500 strokes/min. What would be the musical intention of halving the length of the sounds?

BTW the current speed drumming record is about 1200 strikes/min with alternating hands; here you would have to get close to matching that, having to insert the muting with the left-hand pinky after each strike; however, you are also doing more complicated stuff with your right hand than the trembling 'murmur' that passes for drumming at these competitions. So good luck.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 17:56:20
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

On staccato I mean,... well I mean staccato:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staccato

(how else could i say?)

Thanks edguerin, the first video contains something i'm looking for. (In the second one, I couldn't find such thing)

I was trying some phrasing things with certain techniques, including staccato. With melody playing like picado or thumb, or even with arpeggio it looked applicable, but i was stopped with strumming techniques. And couldn't find any reasonable way to play them staccato.


JasonM
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That phrase is probably played by muting the strings with your little finger after each stroke.
You mean your right or left hand pinky?

kitarist
maybe it was my fault, not indicating a tempo on my pictures, but please try to imagine a tempo of q=60-70 or less (a very slow solea, perhaps?) and the sixteenth notes then means much slower strokes than the world record of fast drumming...
Of course, try to playing staccato at a tempo as fast as the rest between the sixteenth notes cannot hold any longer to make a difference to achieve the staccato sound, is completely pointless.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 20:11:52
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

Why don’t you give a sound sample, video sample or tell us on what cd you have heared it?
It makes it probably a lot easier.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 21:21:13
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

quote:

ORIGINAL: szvarga
maybe it was my fault, not indicating a tempo on my pictures, but please try to imagine a tempo of q=60-70 or less (a very slow solea, perhaps?) and the sixteenth notes then means much slower strokes than the world record of fast drumming...


sextuplet 16ths at 60-70 per quarter, alternating with left-hand pinky muting after each strike, means functioning at a speed of 720-840. I guess your definition of 'much slower' is different than mine.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 21:43:04

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

left hand pinky, like here at 1:24:

Can't say I've seen it done in the middle of a rasgueado though. If you manage to play those sextuplets staccato at 60-70 bpm using this technique, I'm prepared to call you the pinky master.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 21:47:50
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to gerundino63

quote:

Why don’t you give a sound sample, video sample or tell us on what cd you have heared it?
It makes it probably a lot easier.


Because I never heard or seen it anywhere. Just tried to pairing strumming techniques (a-i-i, a-m-i-i, p-a-p) with staccato sounding. Maybe it is impossible, I don't know. But maybe something just escaped my attention, and somebody else know, how can it be done?

It's something like you play a picado line (or thumb) with very short notes. But playing strummed chords instead of notes.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 22:05:03
 
szvarga

 

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to Piwin

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Can't say I've seen it done in the middle of a rasgueado though. If you manage to play those sextuplets staccato at 60-70 bpm using this technique, I'm prepared to call you the pinky master.


This little finger muting seems impossible to work at higher speed... But, whoa, imagine, how it would looks like? :))) Drrrrrrrrrrrr... Like a constant electric shock...
And sadly, it can be produced only with chords where the pinky is free.

It's the only technique used to mute strumming?

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 22:17:30

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

That and just taking the pressure off the frets (doesn't work with open strings) are the only two I can think of that use the left hand. With the right hand all I can think of to mute all 6 strings at the same time is palm muting.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 11 2019 23:23:13
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to szvarga

quote:

Anyone knows techniques to play rasgueados staccato?


Hombre, can you post an audio or video clip of someone demonstrating what you're saying you want to achieve? Perhaps there's some miscommunication going on here, because I'm not sure I've ever seen something done like what you annotated below with the sextuplet. Cheers!

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 12 2019 19:57:37
 
szvarga

 

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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to rombsix

I can't, because I haven't seen it either... As I replied before:

quote:


Because I never heard or seen it anywhere. Just tried to pairing strumming techniques (a-i-i, a-m-i-i, p-a-p) with staccato sounding. Maybe it is impossible, I don't know. But maybe something just escaped my attention, and somebody else know, how can it be done?


It seems to me now, it is possible only with relatively slower single strokes, and a free left hand pinky (or right palm) to mute. And staccato doesn't work inside a rasguedo motion and/or faster speeds.

Thanks for your advices!

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 13 2019 10:11:41
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to rombsix

quote:

ORIGINAL: rombsix

quote:

Anyone knows techniques to play rasgueados staccato?


Hombre, can you post an audio or video clip of someone demonstrating what you're saying you want to achieve? Perhaps there's some miscommunication going on here, because I'm not sure I've ever seen something done like what you annotated below with the sextuplet. Cheers!


He never saw it because it’s impossible. Although I heard mike Dawes and Andy McKee are working on it

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 13 2019 16:42:12
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to Ricardo

You could put a scarf between the stings like this guy. Plus it has the added bonus of letting all the ladies know that you are a homosexual.

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jun. 13 2019 17:24:45
 
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RE: Staccato rasgueado (in reply to Ricardo

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He never saw it because it’s impossible. Although I heard mike Dawes and Andy McKee are working on it


Oh, no i don't think so. I'm sure, all of those guys destroyed their guitars, and stop acting like a fool right after You upbraid them.
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