“Thanks to the Reference Rhythm method and 10 over 7, I was suddenly able to hear and feel 7/8 time in a new way. Soon the superimposed rhythm became like a new subdivision, just like triplets or sixteenth notes. The good thing was that when I played in 7/8 time with the ‘new subdivision’, it felt much more organic and there was a whole new flow. It’s fascinating to hear the difference in sound between the superimposed layer and the triplet layer. The superimposed layer is more alive!”

Petter Eldh
bass player, composer (People Are Machines, Django Bates, Thomas Agergaard Time Span Band)

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