#1
hey, i was wondering if anybody can help me out with counting on a metronome. like whole notes, half, quarter, etc. i know 8th notes are "1 and 2 and 3 and...", but how should i go about this on metronome, along with any other notes and counts. should i be getting strumming 2 notes per beat on a metronome for 8th notes? what about other notes? thanks a lot, im not sure if what i said is confusing lol
#2
tap you're foot at the same rate as the tempo,i think thats waht you wanted to know,you did word it badly
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#3
On a standard metronome setting 1 click= a quarter note, 2 clicks= half note, 4 clicks=whole note, 2 notes in 1 click=eighth notes, 4 notes in 1 click= sixteenth notes, 3 notes in 1 click=triplet
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On a standard metronome setting 1 click= a quarter note, 2 clicks= half note, 4 clicks=whole note, 2 notes in 1 click=eighth notes, 4 notes in 1 click= sixteenth notes, 3 notes in 1 click=triplet


triplet eighth you mean because they're are triplet 1/16s and triplet 1/4s
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#5
I use 1 e & a 2 e & a etc this is for four notes per click i use this