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There are 33 notes. How do I break them down into manageable parts? Do I use triplets, 16th, 16th sextuplets?
Last edited by {Transformer} at Jan 11, 2012,
#2
Erm, play it how it is in the song?
I really don't get the question
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#3
Figure out what the note's beat value is. Are they 8th notes? 16th notes? Figure that out and you should be able to play it in time with a metronome.

edit : If that's an exercise then you can choose how you want to play it.
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#5
Assuming it's in 4/4 and you know how to play in time then you should be able to figure out how to play it along to a metronome if you know the note value. If not, we can tell you but we need to know more details.
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I just told you how to figure it out....
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4/4 then? I'm not well versed in figuring out a note value.
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4/4 then? I'm not well versed in figuring out a note value.


Ok. Well heres a random link I found that should show you how many beats a note has. http://www.dolmetsch.com/musictheory2.htm . Tap your foot along to the piece and count to see how many beats each note has.
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