Moeller & Ghosting: Resolving with a Rudiment
This article discusses the Moeller technique and the problem of ghosting in drumming. The Moeller technique is a drumming method that involves up and down strokes, known as "Moeller strokes," to produce different sounds. Ghosting refers to the soft, barely audible taps made by drummers. The article suggests using a specific rudiment, a pattern of drumming, to address the issue of ghosting while utilizing the Moeller technique. By incorporating this rudiment, drummers can improve their control and precision, ultimately enhancing their performance.