If you want to get really creative, try opening several audio clips at the same time, and you'll create new polyrhythms!

Have fun experimenting with the Play /Pause buttons to change the timing and create unique rhythms.


Then try recreating your rhythmic creations live with Kashakas! It can be challenging, but it will be well worth the effort.

Ka Sha Ka
It all begins here, or at least it should - the Ka Sha Ka is a great rhythm to start with, as it's great for developing most of the technique and good habits you'll need to master more challenging moves. It also gets your hand swinging in a pendulum motion, which is key to developing a steady beat. If you can play the Ka Sha Ka rhythm, you can learn everything else. To see a slow motion video clip, click here.
One - Handed Rhythms
Mind Blowing
Two - Handed Rhythms
Mind Blowing

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