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They're not labeled tuplets, but they probably are since there cannot be 24 16th notes in a 4/4 measure. They don't appear to be a standard triplet though since it still doesn't fit (with each triplet equal to 2 16th's).

  • Shidouuu - please don't edit the answer into the post. I have rolled back to your previous version to take that out. – Doktor Mayhem Jul 21 '20 at 11:45
  • Neither a time signature nor a barline in sight - graphic snippet can be improved. – guidot Jul 21 '20 at 12:09
  • Can't really do anything about that since the last time signature change is several measures back. I've already stated it in the title – Shidouuu Jul 21 '20 at 15:18

They are sextuplets - 6 semiquavers in the time of 4. They probably thought it was obvious enough, since they are grouped clearly in 4 crochet beats.


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