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Engraining the quaver (8th note beat)

Sam Munro (1500) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1

Before we start this lesson is in responce to queries concerning rhythm and how to write it down on the stave. In a TAB-based enviroment this is the best I could think of(Hey! nobody's perfect; right?). The musical example given has no groove accompaniment (I suggest however that you loop the example once or four times with the click set to always).


1.Hand co-ordination.

2.Aural recognition of the 8th note placements,and...

3.Feel Eventually you will be able to hear these 8th note placements in your head, but don't worry, your not going mad...your just getting musical.
Engraining the quaver (8th note beat)