On this site, unless I’ve missed it, the only discussion on accenting has concerned Troy’s larger initial pick stroke for each new run of notes.
So I thought I would share a practice routine I have come up with that seems to help my two way pick slanting.
If we play a smooth and relaxed tremolo on a single note, say on the 5th fret of the third string, usually the first note will be accented as above and the rest will not be accented.
Now, if instead we accent every down stroke if you’re best at down strokes, or vice versa if you want to start on an up stroke because that is most comfortable, you will find that relatively easy if you can already play a regular tremolo.
But now if you change to accenting every third note, so that the accent falls alternatively on your good and then on your weaker stroke, to be able to make a good contact and keep the tremolo steady I think needs you to master the two way slant.
And once this one note pattern has become smooth, you can then move this accenting into licks using more than one string, so that you still accent every third note but you are doing so musically.