mangataot wrote:@Acelga - I can add more Kaherwa examples if you like - the ones there were just me messing about really and are a bit random. I notated that sound as 'Kran' but actually it is a flick with the left hand and a delayed na on the right so pretty much what you guessed. 'Kran' is usually ke + na where the na plays after the ke like a 'flam'.
'Chuk' as I was taught by a few tabla players is the quick snappy sound made with the index finger usually in 'lao' area and sometimes on the 'kinar'. Like one finger 'tak' but a sweeter sound as it's not in the centre.
mangataot wrote:TablaLab had to be moved to new hosting.
It can now be found here...
This is an online app which emulates Indian Tabla and has many features to make it useful for accompaniment, for creating rhythm loops or for learning about various Indian rhythmical compositions.
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