I put this video on Instagram & FB and after only a few days it was viewed over 100k times and shared over 50 times. I figured that warranted showing everyone a pdf of the exercise.
(You can get a copy of the pdf under the video.)
I've written a lot about polymeters. Both of the DrumMantra books are based on polymetric relationships and many of the lessons on my site are based on them as well.
A brief explanation of the difference between polyrhythms and polymeters is this:
A polyrhythm is two rhythms with different subdivisions that resolve in the same amount of time. (2 quarter notes, and 3 quarter nite triplets)
A polymeter is two different groupings of notes with the same subdivision, resolving at different times. (3 sixteenth notes & 5 sixteenth notes)
In the video below, I am demonstrating a polymetric time-table over groupings of threes. All of the subdivisions are 16th notes grouped in different durations.
The hands are playing flam-tap-taps over and over while the foot is playing groupings of 2's, then 3's, 4's, etc. up to 9 and then back down.
Here's the video:
I'd love to send you a copy of the pdf. Just shoot me an email and I'll send you the entire exercise written out!