140 Bpm: Four 16th notes on each quarter beat
70 Bpm: Eight 32nd notes per quarter note beat
8th notes firmly in time with the metronome
16th notes firmly in time with the metronome
Connecting 16 notes at 140 bpm. [32nd notes at 70 Bpm]
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The keys to start metronome practice on the first basic level.
1] Hear the first Beat of the bar
2] Hear the group of 4 notes [Tetrachords]
Western Classical tradition
Hear the difference between 8th notes and double timed 16th notes
8th Notes [Quavers]
16th Notes [Semiquavers] Same exercise but twice as fast [Double Timed]
Exercise to “Connect” 4 note [Tetrachord] Motifs. Hear the connection “On” the beat as you go from the first to the second bar.
How rhythms work against the metronome pulse.
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