#1
What value do these individual notes have eg 16th would be 1/4 of a beat plus an additional half on top..my math isnt good but i think it is 1/8th and 1/4 (what do they make together). Dont have a clue about the 32nd note.
Last edited by GtrCzarIII at Sep 5, 2007,
#2
in 4/4 a quarter each gets one beat an eighth gets two a sixteenth gets 4 so 1/4 together with 1/8 is 3/8
#3
wow... that would be extremely complex for me to get my mind around haha
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#4
Quote by metallicarulz69
in 4/4 a quarter each gets one beat an eighth gets two a sixteenth gets 4 so 1/4 together with 1/8 is 3/8


what he said
#5
Quote by metallicarulz69
in 4/4 a quarter each gets one beat an eighth gets two a sixteenth gets 4 so 1/4 together with 1/8 is 3/8


no an 8th note is worth 1/2 a beat and a 16th note is each worth 1/4 of a beat individually....????
Last edited by GtrCzarIII at Sep 5, 2007,
#7
Sixteenth note + half a sixteenth note (32nd note) = dotted sixteenth note.
1/4 + 1/8 = dotted sixteenth note
2/8 + 1/8 = dotted sixteenth note
3/8 = sixteenth note. A dotted sixteenth note is 3/8 of a beat.

32nd note + half a 32nd note (64th note) = dotted 32nd note.
1/8 + 1/16 = dotted 32nd note
2/16 + 1/16 = dotted 32nd note
3/16 = dotted 32nd note. A dotted 32nd note gets 3/16 of a beat.

C.C., these are usually followed by 32nd or 64th note rests respectively, to make the counting easier
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#8
i gave up on learning how to read standard notation once i got to dotted notes =(
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#10
Quote by Ubertron
32 notes? :O Lol I thought even Becker's Serrana only utilised 16th notes!


eh, if the tempo isn't that fast (eg: like 60bpm in 4/4) its not really that out of the ordinary