#1
how do you count that? i know, i'll probably feel stupid when i get the answer, but whatever, timing has never been one of my strong points.
#3
I'm pretty sure it would take up 2 of the 3 beats in each measure.

1+2+3+
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#5
The name of a note always tells how long it lasts for.

Whole - 4
Half - 2
Quarter - 1
Eighth - 1/2
Sixteenth - 1/4
Thirtysecond - 1/8
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#6
in 3/4 time, all of the note values are the same, it's just the measure that changes length.
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#7
Half notes aren't half of the notes in a measure.

It's just 2 counts/beats/whatever.
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#9
Quote by SG Man Forever
The name of a note always tells how long it lasts for.

Whole - 4
Half - 2
Quarter - 1
Eighth - 1/2
Sixteenth - 1/4
Thirtysecond - 1/8

not necesarilly..an 8th note in a time signature with an /8 as the bottom number gets a beat.
#10
Quote by Spamwise
not necesarilly..an 8th note in a time signature with an /8 as the bottom number gets a beat.


Way to go, Mr. Nitpick.
#11
Quote by SG Man Forever
The name of a note always tells how long it lasts for.

Whole - 4
Half - 2
Quarter - 1
Eighth - 1/2
Sixteenth - 1/4
Thirtysecond - 1/8

lol
I remember I posted this exact same thing in a thread just like this and got flamed for forgetting to put something like "this is only in x/4 time signatures"

So yeah, this is only for x/4 signatures
#12
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Way to go, Mr. Nitpick.

he said always. I was just clarifying.