#1
I posted this in MT but didn't get any replies because apparently, half of UGers are lurking in the pit so I'll post it here-
I wrote this piece which uses a
lot of triplets. The pattern goes
like this-
a quarter note is divided into
three parts(sixteenth note
triplets) the first part is a single
note, the second part is further
divided into three equal notes
which are hammer ons and pull
offs and the third part is again a
single note. So it is something
like this-
(1/12) +[(1/36)+(1/36)+(1/36)] +
(1/12)
square brackets contain hammer
ons and pull offs.
How do i write this sequence on
a staff?
#4
you know, describing it like that is impossible to understand. write in GP or whatever notation and send pic when done I I will try to help
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#7
RGRockR beat me to it However... Triplets inside Triplets inside Triplets?
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#9
Quote by dhruvrajvanshi
I posted this in MT but didn't get any replies because apparently, half of UGers are lurking in the pit so I'll post it here-
I wrote this piece which uses a
lot of triplets. The pattern goes
like this-
a quarter note is divided into
three parts(sixteenth note
triplets) the first part is a single
note, the second part is further
divided into three equal notes
which are hammer ons and pull
offs and the third part is again a
single note. So it is something
like this-
(1/12) +[(1/36)+(1/36)+(1/36)] +
(1/12)
square brackets contain hammer
ons and pull offs.
How do i write this sequence on
a staff?


Yes.
#11
You can write a triplet bracket for the triplets inside the main triplet, "nested triplets/tuplets" or something like that.

Also, don't double post.
#12
Quote by dhruvrajvanshi
I posted this in MT but didn't get any replies because apparently, half of UGers are lurking in the pit so I'll post it here-
I wrote this piece which uses a
lot of triplets. The pattern goes
like this-
a quarter note is divided into
three parts(sixteenth note
triplets) the first part is a single
note, the second part is further
divided into three equal notes
which are hammer ons and pull
offs and the third part is again a
single note. So it is something
like this-
(1/12) +[(1/36)+(1/36)+(1/36)] +
(1/12)
square brackets contain hammer
ons and pull offs.
How do i write this sequence on
a staff?


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