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.


Stag Ka Sha


ONE HAND: Staggered Sha Ka

OTHER HAND: Staggered Sha Ka (a half beat behind)

The Staggered Sha Ka is one of the easiest and most important 2 handed rhythms to play. It's relatively easy because you can do it to any beat, and it involves the same no-catching rhythm (Staggered Sha KaI ) in each hand. It's important to learn to play as you will get used to starting a rhythm in each hand at a different time. This ability will allow you to play and invent countless more rhythms with Kashakas.

Staggard Sha Ka is also really fun to play because of the rhythms oscillating between each hand. This rhythm sounds particularly good if you are using a natural and a plastic Kashaka in each hand. To see a slow motion video clip, click here (COMING SOON).

One - Handed Rhythms
Mind Blowing
Two - Handed Rhythms
Mind Blowing


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