#1
how do you tell?


and could you tell me what time sig While my guitar gently weeps is?
#2
I've just familiarized myself with a lot of signatures, so I know how different signatures feel, so I have a rough idea of what to look for in determining at least which note value constitutes the beat.

I'm sure there's a more professional way of doing it, but that's what I do.
#3
The time signiture will be at the beggining of the first bar of a piece of music and will look something like this 4/4 or 3/4. Be carefull though as time signitures may change thoruhgout the song and will be again indicated at the beggining of the bar wear it changes.
#4
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" feels like 4/4 time to me. You can count an even beat of 1,2,3,4 through each verse so that's my guess.
#5
Quote by rhettro
"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" feels like 4/4 time to me. You can count an even beat of 1,2,3,4 through each verse so that's my guess.


Correct.


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#6
In general, most rock songs are in 4/4, so its' always a good idea to assume it's that....
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