Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin explore the interplay between the drums and bass and discuss each of the instrument's playing techniques and complimentary parts each one plays to create excellent forward momentum throughout the song.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin discuss the job of the rhythm section, explaining the support role that a rhythm section plays to either a song, band or melody instrument.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin continue their discussion around the job of the rhythm section focusing on explaining the individual roles of both the drummer and bass player and provide more specifics on how the two instruments work together.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin discuss the rhythmic aspect of this song and demonstrate the drum and bass parts and how they fit together. They explain the layering parts and the techniques used to create the laid back feel.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin explore how to create the sound of this smash record in a live environment by emulating the drum part originally created on a drum machine and the bass part first created on a synthesizer.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin discuss the roots of reggae, when it was known as ska music, and demonstrate these early grooves on the drums and bass discussing playing techniques used.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin continue discussing the roots of reggae and the progression of reggae from live instruments to how other influences like synthesizers, drum machines, rap music, and dub production changed the sound.
Dylan Wissing and Antar Goodwin discuss the pop reggae groove and how the drums and bass fit together on this song. They demonstrate the difference between traditional reggae and pop reggae.