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How many beats does a quarter rest get in 3/4 time, and how do you count it? I think it would be 1/2 beat. I also wanted to know what note this is and how many beats does it get in 3/4 time.

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This is a quarter note rest, it is not a note. It gets one beat of rest in 3/4 time.

Here is some information on music notation:

https://method-behind-the-music.com/theory/notation/

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  • ok thanks what about a dotted eighth note in 3/4 time – Nyla Apr 14 at 21:35
  • A dot after a note or rest increases its value by 1/2 so a dotted eight note is 1/8+1/16 or 3/16. The time signature is not relevant to note values, the total number value of notes in a measure just needs to match the value of the time signature. 3/4= 3 quarters or 6 eighth notes, etc. – John Belzaguy Apr 14 at 21:37
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Rests last exactly the same amount of time as their counterparts do when played. Imagine a silent note. Any note will have to last a certain time. Here, the rest is a crotchet rest, so will last as long as a crotchet. If we count 1-2-3, 1-2-3, at any regular speed, a crotchet lasts as long as one of those numbers, in 3/4 time.

Imagine that rest is on beat 2. Count 1-2-3, 1-2-3 but don't do anything on 2. You could play notes on 1 and 3, but have no sound on 2. That's it!

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