In this clip form – David Johnson, from the California Institute of the Arts, talks about how he teaches tone production, rhythm and tempo. He explains that having good wrists and hands aid in tone production and rhythm. He explains that developing the hands will enable the musician to get a lot of color and control from the instrument such as a cymbal. He discusses his methods of teaching rhythm such as getting the body to move to rhythm, using repetition, and singing. He believes that rhythm usually falls apart due to technical problems. Also in this segment, Mr. Johnson discusses how the way we approach rhythm in Western culture is shifting.