The stems on the snare should be connected to the hihat and should form composite rhythms that equal 4/4 time. The bass drum stems should be down. In #4 the 16th notes at the end of the bar (toms&snare) should be beamed in groups of 4 (the beat). Alternately you could beam the snare and bass together with stems down.
The double verticle bar at the beginning of each line is the Percussion Cleff Sign.My 2 Cents...Very strange. Is this what the cool kids are playing these days? I'm assuming by the double vertical bar this is 4/4 or Standard Time. The strange thing going on on beat 3 is very weird. I have a feeling that 1/16 note snare hit between the kick/ride 1/8 notes is supposed to be a ghost note and whoever wrote this didn't intent it to be a triplet. Where beat 4 is on the 2nd line seems to be a give away that it is not supposed to be triplet even thought is notated that way. Take some white-out to the bar connecting the Ah of 3 and 4 on lines 2 & 3. Also. in all 3 lines the last 1/2 beat on line 2 & 3 and all of beat 4 in line 4 is written on the ride cymbal line. Drop them half a line for hi toms. Put the metronome on 40bpm and try to count it.
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