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  1. pale

    You did triplets the same at 00:30 and 1:00. I don’t understant.

  2. pale

    You did triplets the same at 00:30 and 1:00. I don’t understant.

  3. pale

    How can be triplet in a note when you said triplets is 3 notes in the space of two – min 5:00 – ?

  4. pale

    How can be triplet in a note when you said triplets is 3 notes in the space of two – min 5:00 – ?

  5. Two eighth notes get 1 beat. So a triplet is three eighth notes in the space of 2 eighth notes. So essentially, you’re counting three notes within 1 beat.

  6. Two eighth notes get 1 beat. So a triplet is three eighth notes in the space of 2 eighth notes. So essentially, you’re counting three notes within 1 beat.

  7. pale

    1) At 00:30 you count 1, 2 wich means 2/4 ? And you say tri-p-let for every 1 and 2 – for every beat.
    2) At 1:00 you count the same and said it’s eight notes and saying tri-p-let for every beat.
    3) At 1:20 quarter note triplets which i understood – i think.
    4) At 5:07 you said “Tri-p-let within one beat”. I don’t understant.

    Can you be more specific because i don’t get it ?

    Thanks !

  8. pale

    1) At 00:30 you count 1, 2 wich means 2/4 ? And you say tri-p-let for every 1 and 2 – for every beat.
    2) At 1:00 you count the same and said it’s eight notes and saying tri-p-let for every beat.
    3) At 1:20 quarter note triplets which i understood – i think.
    4) At 5:07 you said “Tri-p-let within one beat”. I don’t understant.

    Can you be more specific because i don’t get it ?

    Thanks !

  9. 0:30 I sing it as 1,2 so it could either be 2/4 or a measure of 4/4, although I was really implying a measure of 4/4. Don’t be too confused.

    5:07 The eighth note triplets take up the first beat

  10. 0:30 I sing it as 1,2 so it could either be 2/4 or a measure of 4/4, although I was really implying a measure of 4/4. Don’t be too confused.

    5:07 The eighth note triplets take up the first beat

  11. pale

    And what you count here “2) At 1:00 you count the same and said it’s eight notes and saying tri-p-let for every beat.”

    ” 5:07 The eighth note triplets take up the first beat ” which means that you could write 3 notes instead of one quarter ? But how you divide a quarter in 3 ?

  12. pale

    And what you count here “2) At 1:00 you count the same and said it’s eight notes and saying tri-p-let for every beat.”

    ” 5:07 The eighth note triplets take up the first beat ” which means that you could write 3 notes instead of one quarter ? But how you divide a quarter in 3 ?

  13. You don’t divide the quarter into three. you simply play three notes in the space of one beat (a quarter note).

    So sing Tri-p-let over the beat and you have your eighth note triplet!

    :)

  14. You don’t divide the quarter into three. you simply play three notes in the space of one beat (a quarter note).

    So sing Tri-p-let over the beat and you have your eighth note triplet!

    :)

  15. pale

    You don’t divide the quarter into three. you simply play three notes “in the space of one beat (a quarter note).” but you said that triplets it’s three notes in the space of two not one.

  16. pale

    You don’t divide the quarter into three. you simply play three notes “in the space of one beat (a quarter note).” but you said that triplets it’s three notes in the space of two not one.

  17. Everything you said is correct. But another away of saying it is ‘three eighth notes in the space of two eighth notes’

    Two eighth notes get 1 beat (a quarter note)

  18. Everything you said is correct. But another away of saying it is ‘three eighth notes in the space of two eighth notes’

    Two eighth notes get 1 beat (a quarter note)

  19. pale

    I got it :)
    Thanks!

  20. pale

    I got it :)
    Thanks!

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