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Using The Composer: First Steps

Rick Payman (10059) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Measure Timeline Note Durations
meastime.gifmeastim2.gif
Move the cursor over this Table to change the displayed note. The Measure Timeline represents a single Measure of the Sequence. Each Measure has a total duration of four notes (4/4), or one wholenote. The Measure is divided into forty-eight equal Dashes. The Note Duration is given by the number of Dashes divided by 48 e.g. twelve dashes = 12/48 = note. The Fit column indicates how many of each note exactly fit into a Measure. It is not possible to represent a 1/32 note using the standard interpretation.
DashesFractionNote DurationMenuFit
11/481/32 triplet 48
21/241/16 triplet24
31/161/16 notednote_1_16.gif16
41/121/8 tripletdnote_1_12.gif12
61/81/8 notednote_1_8.gif8
81/61/4 tripletdnote_1_6.gif6
93/16dotted 1/8 notednote_3_16.gif
121/41/4 notednote_1_4.gif4
161/31/2 triplet3
183/8dotted 1/4 notednote_3_8.gif
217/16double dotted 1/4 note
241/21/2 notednote_1_2.gif2
322/3wholenote triplet ?
363/4dotted 1/2 notednote_3_4.gif
427/8double dotted 1/2 note
481whole notednote_1.gif1