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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.

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32 thoughts on “Understanding 6/8 Time – Xemloibaihat.com cập nhật mới

  1. Kirtan Manna says:

    Thanks! I was looking for an answer but didnt understand the 6/8 completely. I clicked your video and in 4 minutes I had my answer

  2. randoms ruzzle says:

    I was wondering an explanation for this. Don't understand why not to reduce and call a 3/4 time signature for a 6/8 you know like reduce. Seems to complicate for no reason. I mean why dont just call 12/16 if we're going to get complicated. Or how bout 24/32s that sounds like a winner. This is just mathematicians imposing. 7/8 and 5/8 are an issue but their is another scale right??? Or no

  3. Natalie Waller says:

    I have learnt the notes calling them crutches and minimal etc and hearing them called quarter and eighth notes has suddenly just made a light bulb go off in my head as to what the time signatures actually mean!!

  4. ytube777 says:

    How is a dotted whole note legal? If a whole note is the duration of a measure, you're not allowed to just add more "time" to the measure…???

  5. Ryan says:

    Couldn't you also count 9/8 as simple time also? It would just sound like 4/4 with and extra eight note counted that way. I feel like there's more than one way to count a lot of these, but 9/8 simple and 9/8 compound have distinctly unique feels.

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