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Mar 22 '18 at 15:37 answer James Whiteley timeline score: 1
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Mar 20 '18 at 15:13 comment added Prashant Singh thank you !! atleast half of my confusion has been removed you.
Mar 20 '18 at 15:11 comment added ex nihilo "e.g : 3/4 : D DUDU D DUDU" -- there really isn't enough information in a strumming pattern like this to be able to assign a time signature to it. This could be 3/4: ONE two & three & ONE two & three &, or it could be 4/4 if the first D corresponds to a whole note and the DUDU corresponds to four quarter notes. Strumming patterns carry very little information.
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Mar 20 '18 at 14:59 comment added Prashant Singh I didn't learn the music theory, but what I am asking is, if someone writes down a strumming pattern to me in form of U's and D's, then how do i identify whether it's 3/4 or 4/4 in general.
Mar 20 '18 at 14:31 comment added ex nihilo I am not exactly sure what you are asking, but I think that the difference you are looking for has to do with where accents are placed. In 4/4 time the "one" and the "three" get the accents, with the "one" slightly stronger: ONE two THREE four.... This differs from 2/4 time: ONE two ONE two.... In 3/4 time the "one" gets the accent: ONE two three....
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