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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 04:00:29 AM »
Darbuka Lesson 2 (8) - Roll patterns:


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:59:48 AM »
Darbuka Lesson 7 - Left-hand patterns

Here is :


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:59:14 AM »
Darbuka Lesson 6 - Slap & Rhythm revision

Here is video :


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:58:28 AM »
Darbuka Lesson 5 - malfuf & split hand technique

Here is video:


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:57:53 AM »
Darbuka Lesson 4 - belledi rhythm

Here is video:


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:57:19 AM »
Part:3 Darbuka Lesson 3 - left-hand roll

For that video:



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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Re: Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:56:45 AM »
Now Part 2: Darbuka Lesson 2 - maqsuum rhythm & variations:


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Darbuka Teachers & Lessons / Darbuka Lessons - 8 Parts
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:54:19 AM »
Well here I am sharing some good videos for you.

Part 1: Proper playing position and basic sounds (doum / tek / ka) and their use in compositions. Beginner level.

Check it here:

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Darbuka Sound & Video Clips / Learn ten Darbuka Rhythms
« on: January 07, 2015, 03:50:29 AM »
Well I found interesting video on Youtube where you can heard excellent Rhytms which you defiantly like it. Check it here:


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Well sometimes it's problem in video recording itself like sometime volume is too low that you will face problems to heard anything from it. But yes always make sure volume bar is full.

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Instructions for Replacing the Drum Head on Darbuka Drums with Removable Rims:


1.  To insure proper alignment, place a piece of tape on the collar and line up a corresponding piece of tape on the body.  Do not skip this step.

2. Use the Allen wrench that came with the drum to remove the screws.

3. Remove the collar (rim) and old head.

4. Place the new head on the drum.

5. Pace the collar over the head, being careful to line up the pieces of tape so it is in the original position.

6. Insert the screws and tighten a little at a time, do not over tighten.  (The gap between collar and top of drum shell will decrease as you tighten the head.  A head is usually tight enough before the collar touches the top of drum shell.)

7. Play or strike the drum as you tighten the head until you get the pitch you like.  Don not over tighten.

Tip: If the head doesn't appear to be goin on evenly take the collar off and adjust the head.  The key here is to take your time, listen and observe as you tighten.

Hope it will help you.

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Well thanks for sharing excellent information as I was never been good in drum and after seeing this now I can confident to setup it on my own. Thanks for sharing some tips.

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