#1
I've been working through 'Dark Eternal Night' by Dream as a warm up exercise aaand its all good until it comes to a short section of 16/6 time. Now, i have listened to the song etc and can play it but don't really understand how it works & I was just wondering if anyone could explain to me how a bar with 6 as the lower note value comes together
BASS
#5
I'll check....


Yeah your right its 6/16 ( )

...however there is a bar of 5/6 which may have been why I said 16/6... however, bar my blatant stupidity... I'm just generally hung up on the sextuplet generally now.

How would 5/6 work then?
BASS
#6
Its 15/16.

I just looked at the powertab, that bar contains 15 sixteenth notes. It's just that the time signature is jammed up against a repeat sign.
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#7
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I'll check....


Yeah your right its 6/16 ( )

...however there is a bar of 5/6 which may have been why I said 16/6... however, bar my blatant stupidity... I'm just generally hung up on the sextuplet generally now.

How would 5/6 work then?
there is no such thing as either 16/6 or 5/6