#1
i guess this is the place to post this, i suppose you dudes know a lot about htis stuff...anyways in 4/4 timing...if im playing 24 notes in a bar of 4/4 what kind of notes are those, like 16ths or something or waht?
#3
they are 16th note tripelets, but i'm guessing you need to study up on some music theory a bit and that stuff willl come commonly easy to you.
#4
Doted semi-demi-quaver (or is it hemi-demi-quaver), someone correct me.
I dont know what the name is exactly, but they're thirty-second notes that are doted.
#5
hey i appreciate it guys! this theroy stuff...what is this exactly...im sure i know some already...i play a lot neoclassical stuff...and some old hard rock...and i make soem origonal stuff too im in a power metal band (go me!)...but like from my experience i know what chord progressions sound good, with what scale and sweep and stuff...is that theroy stuff?
#6
umm 16th triplets but umm use some common sense 16th notes meant 16 beats per measure !
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#7
Quote by fenderuser93
umm 16th triplets but umm use some common sense 16th notes meant 16 beats per measure !

They're triplets, although I dont understand them completely, I know that they have a slightly different length than the average 16'th (shorter, right?). It works, guitar pro said so.
#8
Quote by fenderuser93
umm 16th triplets but umm use some common sense 16th notes meant 16 beats per measure !
I'm not picking on you, friend, but this is simply wrong. If you paid a teacher for this "information" you need to demand your money back.
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