#1
I dont have audio of it, but when I count out loud it goes: one two three, one two three, one two. All that, then repeted.
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#2
is that exactly how it goes?

"one two three, one two three, one two"

or is it one two three repeted?
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#3
4/4.....??
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#5
its made up, but its not in 4/4. I think its a bitchin song
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#6
Ummmm


Sounds like 4/4 to me
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#9
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In that case, we'd need some audio.


yeah. and we'd prol'y need to hear it too.
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#10
^Yeah I think thats what audio's for
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#12
It's in 4/4. You're counting eighth notes. Trust me.

EDIT: Here's why it's in 4/4.
You're counting the eighth notes. They are accented differently than your standard 4/4 rhythm, like so:
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
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#13
I really need an audio

But from what you've wrote its a 3\4

You've said

One two three- One two three-One two three
Right?
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#14
It's in 4/4. Those (most likely) are 8th notes, so there are two groups of three, then a group of two, thus making a total of eight notes.
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#15
maybe it is in 4/4 (i'm still not sure, my bands recording in like 2 months, so you can wait awhile ) Although a 4/4 drumbeat cannot work with it.
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#16
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one two three, one two three, one two.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2

Its 4 time, you just need a clever drum beat.
#17
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maybe it is in 4/4 (i'm still not sure, my bands recording in like 2 months, so you can wait awhile ) Although a 4/4 drumbeat cannot work with it.


Oh, a 4/4 drumbeat WILL work with it. lemme know if you manage to fit a 17/16 beat over it.
#18
One + two + three
One + two + three
One + two

3 + 3 + 2 = 8 beats

I wouldn't call it 4/4 assuming the pattern is S w w S w w S w. I'd go for 8/4 if you don't want to just have a time signature change. Since, I'm guessing, you don't know much about theory I'd say you should stick to simple time. 3/4 3/4 2/4 instead of 6/8 2/4.
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#20
Odd... I'd call it 4/4 time exactly, with accents on the 1st, 4th, and 7th beats. You can be overly pedantic and called it 3/8, 3/8, 2/8, but if that same beat continues throughout the entire thing, why not just 4/4? It fits perfectly. It just skips a beat and has an offbeat.
#21
Not only that, but clave is an extremely common accent pattern/feel

and it's in 4/4.


if you really want an alternate sig, just count 1212123 and play 7/8.