In this series, we take a look at a very common rhythmic relationship of 4:3 and discuss the 4 different perspectives it can be looked at.
We will discuss ways to count the various "angles" in the rhythmic relationship and to look at the various ways the subdivisions can be viewed as polyrhythms or polymeters.
I've set this first video as part 1 of a primer for getting into rhythmic perception. Please get comfortable with counting this rhythmic relationship now so you are ready for Part 2.
These exercises can certainly become a meditation of sorts if you concentrate and sit with them long enough. focusing on the counting, and focusing on the "external" rhythm will certainly require much of your attention.