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A look at some of the basic time signatures from popular songs, with examples of the songs and then a look at the time signatures on the corresponding sheet music. More music videos on my 'The Keyboard Workshop' Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFD_Kisn67FVEn-uwjZJfIg
Views: 169167 Brett Gossage

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This video explains and discusses the most common time signatures. Equivalent to the associated board (ABRSM) music theory exams grades 1 & 2 the video starts with the very basics and explains the meaning of the time signature. For more videos please visit: http://www.musictheoryvideos.com
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How to Work Out the Time Signature (Grade 5 Music Theory, ABRSM) Brought to you by http://www.mymusictheory.com. [Please watch this video first! http://youtu.be/ZHMu9cq0LaA] In the grade 5 music theory exam you will probably be asked to work out the time signature of a few bars. Start by counting the number of beats in one bar (choose the easiest note to count, depending on what note values are in the bar). Then try to divide the bar into 2, 3 or 4 equal sized blocks. Beams won't cross over blocks - they will be broken when the block is broken. Ties can join blocks together. If two quick notes like quavers or semiquavers are not beamed, the second one will be the start of a new block (i.e. new main beat). Count up the notes per block to work out the time signature. If you can't divide up the bar into 2, 3 or 4 equal blocks, it will be irregular time. In that case, count the largest value note possible. Don't forget that you have to use a whole number (not a fraction!) for the top number of a time signature. Valid top numbers are 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 (regular time). Irregular time often uses 5, 7 or 11 for the top number. Valid bottom numbers are 2 (count minims), 4 (count crotchets or dotted minims), 8 (count quavers or dotted crotchets. You might also see 16. See also: http://www.mymusictheory.com http://www.abrsm.org
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https://www.musictheoryacademy.com Key signatures do not need to drive you crazy! Here are some secret tips to reading any key signature quickly.

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WEBSITE www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk The most appealing feature of a professional performance is the fact that it looks and feels effortless. The balance between resting times and carefully applied tension is managed efficiently enough to allow the pianist to use the minimum amount of physical energy possible. This coordination is achieved through clearly identifying the points were we do need to apply tension so we can confidently release it when it is not necessary any more.The music in general behaves as a fractal of "thesis" (down beats) and "arsis" (upbeats) particularly in binary metrics. Every time-signature implies a specific distribution of strong and weak beats which at the same time are subdivided into strong and weak parts again and again. It is here where the rhythm reconciles with melody in a way in which we can foster expression through highlighting the right rhythmic accentuation.Every time we make an accent we are actually modifying the note in two different ways: 1. we are augmenting the volume; 2. we are slightly prolonging the duration of the note. The last event is the one which really helps at the time of refreshing our pianistic impulse. We need to take advantage of these subtle pauses to anticipate the next passages while we release all the tension we projected on these enhanced attacks immediately after performing them. Normally these accents work as nails, stabilizing the entire piece time-wise, while they provide us with enough resting points to comfortably manage the physical and mental challenges the proposed to us.In my piano lessons I put special emphasis in the relationship between accents, expression and technical feasibility. My students learn to manage these concepts in a correlated way that ultimately helps them to achieve a confident realization of the piece that keeps together creativity and technicality in a beautiful and symbiotic fashion. Juan Jose Rezzuto BMus(Hons.) [IUNA -BUENOS AIRES-] , FTCL Composition [Trinity College London] www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk e-mail: [email protected] Mob. 07723827383 Land-Line: 02073853443 24a Kensington Hall Gardens, Beaumont Avenue, West Kensington, London, UK W14 9LS Short explanation on how to identify the beats of a song.

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If you like my lessons don't forget to "LIKE" & subscribe. If you would like to see a specific video, please put a request in the comments box. Also, find me on Facebook! BAND - http://www.facebook.com/Just.Like.That.Band.QLD?fref=ts TEACHING - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ben-Sielaff-Music-Tuition/135992576582433?ref=ts&fref=ts Ben explains how to read time signatures including some common ones such as 4/4, 3/4 and 6/8. For more lessons, visit www.bensielaff.com
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Hopefully this is helpful. I tried my best to make the numbers correspond with the right beats. To practice, you can count aloud or clap along to the numbers. Please take advantage of this video; I stayed up really late on a Saturday night just to make it! :-) *update (10/12/12)...thanks so much for all the nice comments!! each one really makes my day :-)
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This video is designed to help with hearing beats and meter in music. We cover how beats are detected as well as duple, triple, and quadruple meters. Compound meter is also discussed.
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http://www.ClassicalGuitarShed.com/co... This video is part of a course on the song Greensleeves, but I got such good feedback from it, I decided to share it on it's own. I hope it helps in your 6/8 adventures! (forgive the ambient sound on this one) Discover more on this and find all the links mentioned in the video at http://www.ClassicalGuitarShed.com/co... Classical Guitar Shed is an exploration of music, skill, and daily endeavor on the classical guitar. Find articles, courses, tutorials and more at http://www.ClassicalGuitarShed.com. To learn about good arpeggio technique, dive into a free course on arpeggios at http://www.ClassicalGuitarShed.com/ar... If you would like to hear me (Allen Mathews) playing, visit my other youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/allenmathews/
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Brought to you by: http://www.theabletoncookbook.com Sign up for a 25% discount on the Ableton Live Course: http://bit.ly/qtj3mE I?ve had a few questions come hurtling at me through the intertubes about something called ?3 Time.? What is this mythical beast and what in the sam hell does it have to do with producing in Ableton? To be honest, there is no such as thing as ?3 Time.? What this name refers to is a group of time signatures that have, as their base, groups of 3. Most time signatures have 2, or a multiple of 2, as their base. Usually, when people are interested in incorporating 3 Time in their music, they are referring to one of 3 things: ?, 6/8 or the use of triplets. They are each a little different, but share the fact that they incorporate mulitples of 3, as opposed to the more common multiple of 2. Confused yet? GREAT! ? Time ? time or three-quarter time is characterized by the fact that each bar has three quarter notes. If you change the time signature of a clip in Ableton, you?ll notice the difference on the time grid of the piano roll. This is all fine and dandy, but what does this mean for you? Well, almost as important as the number of quarter notes in a bar is where the stress falls in a bar. While almost no one mentions this when discussing time signatures, the reality is that the conventional stress placement is what makes certain time signatures sound like ?themselves.? The most characteristic stresses in contemporary music is the stress on the 2 and 4 (also referred to as a backbeat). In a bar of ?, the stress falls, weirdly enough, on beats 3 and 4. I illustrate this in the above video, where the stresses are shown with either snares or sidesticks. Listening to this, one can hear the ?waltz? quality that the beat takes on. This time signature lends itself to either 1) plodding, downbeat-heavy music or 2) lilting, delicate music. Since there is not that much room between the stressed beats, there is not much room for upbeats or syncopation (think of the upbeat hi-hats that characterize many dance beats). 6/8 6/8 is the total package. This is because, while it has a base of 3 (usually manifesting itself in the eighth notes in the hi-hat, as in the above video), it can also have a backbeat. This is because it is possible to have a kick on the 1 and a snare hit on the 4th 8th note in the bar. This gives the time signture a familiar ?kick-snare? feel. For this reason, 6/8 tends to be the most palatable of ?3 Time.? Listen to the example in the above video and you can hear how the three pattern is held in the hi-hat, but that the kick-snare pattern is basically the same as a 4/4 beat (the time signature that we spend most of our time in). Triplets So, where do triplets fit into this scheme? The main difference is that, while the above time signatures form the basis of a beat, triplets are usually used as a form of variation. A true triplet is experienced as a somewhat unexpected deviation in an otherwise conventional 4/4 beat. This creates a tension that can give rise to some really rad ?swing? effects, as well as some cool, surprising fills. In fact, what we refer to as ?swing? is often somewhere between a true triplet and a new time signature like 6/8. EVERYTHING in a 6/8 beat is using a base of 3, so it is not surprising. Think about it this way: When Bj?rk dressed like a weirdo, it was surprising and refreshing. Now, it?s 2012 and every mediocre pop star dresses in meat dresses and crazy clothes, so what was once surprising is now formulaic and stale. Bj?rk?s swan dress was a triplet, Nicki Minaj?s pink wig is 6/8. Holy metaphor, Batman. Now, substantially, you can accomplish the exact same things using either 6/8 (or it?s bigger brother 12/8) and triplets. It is mostly a matter of how often you want to change the beat grid, haha. P.S. If you are interested in getting more useful electronic music theory learnin?, why not check out the Ableton Cookbook Live Course? It has a whole module dedicated to Music Theory! Plus, you get a 25% discount for being an email list subscriber! Holy discount!
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Understanding basic time signatures ( 4/4, 3/4 and 2/4 ) and their relationship to bar, bar lines and counting in music. –––––––––– RIAM Teaching and Learning Network: http://teachingnetwork.riam.ie/ –––––––––– Daily Beetle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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This video explains the difference between simple & compound time signatures ;there is also a helpful section on identifying and labelling time signature as duple, triple or quadruple. This video is roughly equivalent to grade 3 of the associated board (ABRSM) music theory exams. For more videos please visit: http://www.musictheoryvideos.com
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Be sure to subscribe, and follow/LIKE us on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/flstudioschool FL Studio, by default, starts projects in 4/4 time. FL Studio doesn't use time signatures, but rather it uses beats and bars. So, it can be confusing to change the time signature of your project from 4/4 to 3/4 or 6/8. In THIS tutorial, I show you how easy it really is to change the timing of your project in FL Studio.
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What are time signatures and why do we use them in music notation? WATCH 100s MORE LESSONS JUST LIKE THIS AT: http://www.daveconservatoire.org ARE YOU FINDING THESE LESSONS USEFUL? PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO HELP US REACH MORE MUSIC STUDENTS JUST LIKE YOU! Patreon ► http://www.patreon.com/daveconservatoire Paypal ► http://bit.ly/1PNT3eH FOLLOW US! Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/dconservatoire Facebook ► http://facebook.com/daveconservatoire
Views: 2758 Dave Conservatoire

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This will be your first rhythm lesson. Well this lesson for beginners will help you understand the main concepts behind rhythm such as beats, time signatures, note durations, and measures. After this easy lesson, you will understand the definition of these and how they apply to the overall concept of rhythm. This lesson is geared toward piano players, but the concept of rhythm is the same for all instruments. Some important things to remember from this lesson is that a beat is a regular interval of sound. A measure helps break up the music into easily digestible sections. A time signature tells you how many beats fit in a measure and rhythm is a combination of note durations which tell you how long to play a note for. ------------------- My Online Music Courses------------------------------- https://goo.gl/A3UGy6 - (Use Code "youtube" for 15% off!) --------------------Live Stream Schedule---------------------------- https://goo.gl/rLHWQA --------------------- Recommended Books and Equipment (Amazon Store) ----------------- https://goo.gl/sSju5h ---------------------- MORE YOUTUBE LESSONS --------------------- Lessons for Beginner Piano Students https://goo.gl/GGvwK8 Entire Learn to Play Piano Series https://goo.gl/STX6rt Music Theory Lessons https://goo.gl/tNDxUc How to Read Music Lessons https://goo.gl/2Y5ya6 How to Play Piano With Both Hands https://goo.gl/4fnBGG Rhythm Playlist http://goo.gl/4iHJ4C
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Today we're going to talk theory - specifically, how to key signatures. I am going to show you a music reading trick that blew my mind when I first learned it. I don’t usually throw around big phrases like “in the world”, but when I do, it’s because there’s some serious mind-blowing power involved. --- Order of Sharps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMFZPWbi0LQ Major and Minor Keys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzuIkFZIS-g Blog post: http://www.pianotv.net/2016/10/read-key-signatures/ EBOOK (How to practice piano…and like it): http://www.pianotv.net/free-e-book/ SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/PianotvNet FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pianotvnet/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pianotv WEBSITE: www.pianotv.net --- xo, Allysia
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This video is part of a series on rhythm. Here's the full playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTKhUdPIHIuiryDKJ86cbgvwU4RkIiWhs The compound time signatures (6/8, 9/8, and 12/8) are some of the hardest to get a grasp on. I get into dotted notes, compound time vs. simple time, and the reason why they're written so strangely. Check me out on Patreon if you want to help me make more of these: http://patreon.com/michaelnew
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This project was created with Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard for iPad.
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Hello Friends, For Beginners I Divided These Rhythms In 3 categories First One Is 4 Beat Second One Is 3 Beat And The Third One Is 7 Beats. Based On Their Time Signature We Can Create Lots Of Strumming Patterns For Guitar. Please Like The Video And Subscribe To The Channel, Thanks For Watching. LESSON #2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jAalQaMq-E Lets Be friends on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009398135415 Subscribe : http://www.youtube.com/user/mayoortrivim?sub_confirmation=1 U Can Contact My Page on Facebook Given Below https://www.facebook.com/Mayoor-Chaudhary-1235999389812795/ Website- http://www.mayoor.in
Views: 79090 Mayoor Chaudhary

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This video is VERY short! Just enough to give you a light impression on what you have to do. Getting the beat in every kind of Music is quite an achievement. I like to think about it as a superpower that you can actually learn. Please take your time. Time to listen, and time to learn. If you have any questions don´t hesitate to ask them. Yours sincerely Michael
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Music Theory I Brigham Young University
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A quick and easy way to learn how to recognise key signatures using flats. WATCH 100s MORE LESSONS JUST LIKE THIS AT: http://www.daveconservatoire.org ARE YOU FINDING THESE LESSONS USEFUL? PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO HELP US REACH MORE MUSIC STUDENTS JUST LIKE YOU! Patreon ► http://www.patreon.com/daveconservatoire Paypal ► http://bit.ly/1PNT3eH FOLLOW US! Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/dconservatoire Facebook ► http://facebook.com/daveconservatoire
Views: 5392 Dave Conservatoire

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Watch more How to Slap Bass videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/491316-What-Are-Time-Signatures-Slap-Bass Hi, my name is Sam Lipman. I'm a multi-instrumentalist. I make records and I will be releasing my first solo debut record here in the fall called 'A' for Aphorisms. Check it out samlipmanmusic.com. We are gonna be playing some slap bass. Applied slap bass technique time signatures. OK. So, in music we use a lot of different time signatures. I'm going to use two examples in this segment. First one is going to be from a very popular TV show. The bass line goes something like this... [plays bass] Do you recognize it? It's in the time signature of bottom four, which is the most common time signature. By and large, you're going to find that's what's most of your songs are going to be in pop bands like Kiss. Pretty much stick to the 4/4. One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. I was like Frank Zappa. Like to use a variety of different time signatures. And my other example is going to be another famous song that was made famous by a band called Red Hot Chilli Peppers, originally by Stevie Wonder. OK? Now that time signature is 6/8. One, two, three, four, five, six. One, two, three, four, five, six. So these are different time signatures that you can hear throughout slap bass and its history. I hope you have a lot of fun with that. Cheers!
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Since the beginning of civilization, humanity has wondered whether we are alone in the universe. As NASA has explored our solar system and beyond, it has developed increasingly sophisticated tools to address this fundamental question. Within our solar system, NASA’s missions have searched for signs of both ancient and current life, especially on Mars and soon, Jupiter’s moon Europa. Beyond our solar system, missions, such as Kepler and TESS, are revealing thousands of planets orbiting other stars. The explosion of knowledge of planets orbiting other stars, called exoplanets, and the results of decades of research on signatures of life - what scientists call biosignatures - have encouraged NASA to address, in a scientifically rigorous way, whether humanity is alone. Beyond searching for evidence of just microbial life, NASA now is exploring ways to search for life advanced enough to create technology.
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http://www.kennymania.com/ Time Signature Changes in REAPER
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An 8 minute video demonstrating how to determine the Major or minor key from a given key signature.
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This video is about Large Time Signatures and how to make them using Sibelius 7.5 . . . Also the title when video starts says Key signature... but should of said Time signature . . . Best Regards . . .
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Download the patch: https://tune4media.com/product/tempo-control/ Follow my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noam_yadgar/ ***UPDATE*** - I've removed the time signature feature (since it's not very stable and I realized that it's not very necessary. - Also improved the accuracy of the tempo knob. - The patch is not limited just for MIDI channels - I removed the "bang" so the patch run smoothly without the need for a "bang"
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This video shows a simple way to use a key signature to find a key-note, tonic or do (movable-do solfege) of a major key or major scale. Discussion of sharp and flat key signatures. The exception of C major to the rule. More information at makingmusicmakesense.webs.com
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TEMPO & TIME SIGNATURE CHANGES IN LOGIC
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In this video, Ableton Live Certified Trainer Matt McCoy shows you how to adjust the metronome / click, BPM and time signature in Session View. Matt McCoy is the founder of LoopCommunity.com, the largest collection of tracks and the home of the LOOPTIMUS Foot Controller and PRIME MultiTrack Playback App (FREE in the App Store). Learn more at http://loopcommunity.com
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Key Signatures for Grade 5 Music Theory: Easy! (ABRSM) Brought to you by http://www.mymusictheory.com. In the grade 5 music theory exam you need to recognise and use key signatures with up to six flats or sharps in them. This video explains an easy way to draw up tables with all the information about numbers of sharps and flats, plus which keys are relative to each other (major and minor). We also explain how to write key signatures correctly in the four main clefs, treble clef, bass clef, alto clef and tenor clef. The position of the sharps/flats on the stave and their order is important to get right! Finally we look at a quick and painless way to work out what key a piece is in. You'll need to be able to do this both in the composition question (where you need to know what key the piece is that you are writing) and also in the big score questions, where you are sometimes asked to identify the beginning key of a piece and later key changes (or "modulations"). For more information see http://www.mymusictheory.com http://www.absrm.org
Views: 79115 Victoria Williams

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Calculating the key signature for minor keys is easy IF YOU KNOW your major key signatures well. In this video, we discuss how to convert a major key signature to the "parallel minor" - that is, the minor key built on the same 1st scale degree (or tonic, or DO). For the method demonstrated to work, you really should have a rock solid knowledge of major key signatures. If you're still sketchy with major keys, I recommend going back and viewing my video on calculating major keys: https://youtu.be/mjXwLCRPtBQ Good luck learning your major AND minor key signatures!
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Changing from 3/4 to 4/4 to 7/4 etc is just a matter of counting. Use a metronome and be confident in playing outside of your comfort zone. http://www.waltribeiro.net Support my sponsors! Hear and Play Ear training Software = http://www.hearandplay.com Tech 21 Amps and Pedals = http://www.tech21nyc.com Ernie Ball Strings = http://www.ernieball.com Just Strings = http://www.juststrings.com Ovation Guitars = http://www.ovationguitars.com
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Here's a way to feel more comfortable when keeping time in odd meters or when following crazy rhythms. Helpful polyrhythm app: http://codepen.io/davemakes/full/rOZQjw/ In this series you'll learn how to get better at rhythm using polyrhythms.
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Music theory! Being able to understand major and minor keys, as well as how to tell them apart in your music, is an invaluable skill for learning new pieces and reading sheet music. Even as a beginner-level piano student, this video should make sense – all skills welcome! Further information and links are below. --- MENTIONED IN VIDEO: Sheet music for Land of the Silver Birch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dzQyAtj3K4 SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/PianotvNet TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pianotv WEBSITE: www.pianotv.net --- Another yay for music theory! Hope you found this video useful, and catch you next time! xo, Allysia
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Key signatures are easy...when you know how they work. This video explains what they are, how they work, and some patterns that emerge when you look at all of them. It also includes a brilliant trick to remember all 15 major key signatures! If you already know how key signatures work and just want to jump to the trick, go to: 3:42. But, if you're a little rusty on key signatures, be sure to watch the whole thing. More videos on the way! Major scales, minor scales, and intervals are all in progress. http://www.bradharrison.ca https://www.patreon.com/bradharrison

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In this MixTrix video I show you how to easily find the key signature and notes to a song. This can be done with any DAW stock pitch correction plugin.
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/michaelnew The circle of fifths is easy to learn, but what to do with it can be confusing. I'll show you a quick way to memorize it, and then ways to use it for things like chord building and key changes. Also check out the follow up lesson about using the circle of fifths with minor keys: https://youtu.be/hzgDTocKyc4
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MUSIC THEORY PLAYLIST: https://goo.gl/uLc1dY ________________ In this video you will learn how to use rhythm knowledge and find the time signature given the written notes or rests, their durations and number of beats per measure or bar.
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