Category: Rhythm & Time Signatures

Odd Time Signatures In Rock

I thought I would follow up on my ‘Odd Time Signatures Explained’ post with a practical post to help explain a fun area of musical experimentation. This idea came to me many years ago when I was playing a well known

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Odd Time Signatures Explained

Most western music is in the 4/4 time signature, also known as Common Time. It sounds great, feels natural and allot of the movements we do in our natural lives (breathing, walking etc) could be said to be in 4/4.

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Basic Rhythmic Note Values

Like most guitarists, my sight reading is not the best! But my understanding of written music is very good. If it wasn’t then programming drums would be very difficult and I wouldn’t be able to make much of my recorded

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