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Three Time Signatures
Old 13th September 2018
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Three Time Signatures

Hey

Got three common time signatures.
What are your time signatures you write in?

Old 17th September 2018
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What are your time signatures you write in?
Seriously?

Any/all of them. Whatever it takes. Depending on what the music needs, of course.
Old 17th September 2018
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Seriously?

Any/all of them. Whatever it takes. Depending on what the music needs, of course.
Was the question strange?
Old 17th September 2018
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Was the question strange?
Yes. Asking "what are your time signatures you write in?" is like asking "What notes do you use?" If the answer isn't "All Of Them, As Warranted" you're not really writing music to the fullest of your abilities.

...or maybe you are, but then you're short-changing your audience.
Old 29th September 2018
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I prefer to write in either 7/8, 6/2 and 17/24 to be honest, those are the holy trinity of time signatures.
Old 3rd October 2018
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i write in 46&2.
Old 8th October 2018
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Originally Posted by pencilextremist View Post
I prefer to write in either 7/8, 6/2 and 17/24 to be honest, those are the holy trinity of time signatures.
I'm curious to hear what 6/2 sounds like, do you have some examples?
Thank you
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