Firstly, sorry if I'm missing something basic, but I'm new to standard notation. I felt stuck because I'm doing a cover song @ 76 BPM, but I realized there's a lot note durations equal to 5 and 3 64th-notes in the score. Besides tied notes, is there any way I could adjust the BPM to get the same tempo at a slightly more neat setup of notes?
Any tips would be appreciated. I'm using MuseScore. Although my question does not concern software, I'm mentioning just in case there's some workarounds that aren't supported by the software.
EDIT: The way I have the score written, the 5/64 notes are tied 1/16 and 1/64 notes and the 3/64 notes are dotted 1/32 notes. Since I'm doing a cover song, I checked there's no inaccuracy with the timing. I'm just asking if there's a way I could clean up the clutter, maybe some adjustment to the BPM to make the same tempo fit a more neat notation (preferably without ties). It's mainly a workflow thing, because when I'm doing parts for the left hand (where I'm basically playing a chord pattern and improvising between chords), it would be easier to calculate the durations if there were fewer tied notes.
A small portion of the score. Except the blue highlight, the tied notes are the 5/64 ones, and the dotted ones are 3/64. The tempo is 76 BPM as mentioned, and I'm notating in 4/4, because with 5/64 and 3/64 notes usually in pairs, I can have 8 pairs in a measure. It's just a random guess but the song (link in the comment) seems to utilize syncopation by 1/64 note a lot in what would have been 1/16 notes.