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Describe the intervals in the audio extracts (i.e. perfect 5th, minor 3rd etc.)
Notate the rhythms on a single line...
(For this you can e-mail it to me or something since you can't notate (or use html) in lesson comments.)
There :) That wasn't so hard now was it?
If you're stuck on how to notate these I use Sibelius, but I'm sure you'd be able to use something like Guitar Pro too.
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haha i suck at this stuff :P
Ah sorry, should I write an actual lesson on it first?
Great test :) The only flaw is that the rhythm-clips are looped, and they don't cut on the beat (or are the time signatures extremely weird?), which gives the rhythm a strange displacement... Do you get what I mean?
They're not looped, but you do have to press pause once it comes to the end of the file - otherwise it will loops. They're fairly basic time signatures, just need to try it out. I figures it'd be a bit tough to notate things here in the comments, so perhaps print screen your idea of it and post the links for the image here?
Q1: perfect fifth, Q2: minor seventh, Q3: minor sixth, Q4: minor third, Q5: major seventh, Q6: major sixth, Q7: major third. Rhythm: http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/6909/rhythmtest.gif
Are you asking the time signatures for those rythyms?
@GuitarGeorge: 1-7 are correct! but I can't see the image you've posted, maybe there's a link typo?
Wow I thought I knew this stuff but I seriously suck
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