Although the paradiddle is often interpreted in it's traditional form, i.e. 1/16 notes, I find it to be a great sound when played as triplets.
When first attempting to play it this way, it might be unsettling to realize that the accents don't fall on all the downbeats as they do in the traditional form. You must train your ear to hear the paradiddle fall across the beats. In fact if you analyze the accents of the triplet paradiddle, you will find they have the value of a half note triplet.
In the video demonstration, I place importance on...
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