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An expert in the field of Indian rhythm might tell you that the key to success in the art is to use vocal exercises called tala exercises to flex your mental muscles whilst you keep count with your physical muscles. The dynamic skills you need in performance come from using these exercises daily alongside the usual physical practice of your instrument.

If you haven’t ever learnt to count a tala or taal then you might want to have a quick look through these resources to get an understanding of the concepts:


This is an article on tintal / teental / teentaal. This is the most common rhythm cycle used in North Indian music.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tintal

Here tintal is explained in a lesson with demonstration of how it is counted
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RviNRPdAq_4

Below is an actual working version of the new TalaClass app.
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