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#2
quarter note
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quarter note

this!
Though really depends on the time signature of your metronome.
Its the bottom letter note value of the time signature.
Eg. in like 4/4 its a 1/4th note.
in 6/8 its a 1/8th note and like that...
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#5
Quote by unforgiven_hope
okay so I was right in the first place. okay thanks.

no, cuz a whole is 4 beats in 4/4 time
just know that each click is one beat, which is different depending on the time signature
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#6
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okay so I was right in the first place. okay thanks.

well, you said a whole note...
Thats not right.
I whole note is a
and it lasts for 4 beats or one whole bar of music in a 4/4 time signature.

While the quarter note is a
and it only lasts for one beat or a quarter of the bar or music in a 4/4 time signature.

each click on the metronome is 1 beat.
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Quote by af_the_fragile
well, you said a whole note...
Thats not right.
I whole note is a
and it lasts for 4 beats or one whole bar of music in a 4/4 time signature.

While the quarter note is a
and it only lasts for one beat or a quarter of the bar or music in a 4/4 time signature.

each click on the metronome is 1 beat.


And that just about sums up the whole thread, don't you think?

So it's settled - 1 click = 1 beat; 1 click =/= 4 beats
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#9
Quote by unforgiven_hope
yeah sorry I never clear that up. Thats what I originally thought before I asked..but then I thought maybe it makes sense. that it should have been whole notes.

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All wrong, or partly. It depends on the metronome and what it is set to. You could have it as any type of length(eighth, sixteenth, quarter, half, whole. etc) and could have the accent on any beat of the bar. However, it usually is a quarter note.
Just don't want to make him believe that every click on every metronome is a quarter note, he'll come out like a tool.
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All wrong, or partly. It depends on the metronome and what it is set to. You could have it as any type of length(eighth, sixteenth, quarter, half, whole. etc) and could have the accent on any beat of the bar. However, it usually is a quarter note.
Just don't want to make him believe that every click on every metronome is a quarter note, he'll come out like a tool.

Thats why i had posted this...
Though really depends on the time signature of your metronome.
Its the bottom letter note value of the time signature.
Eg. in like 4/4 its a 1/4th note.
in 6/8 its a 1/8th note and like that...