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posted: 5/20/2004 at 4:19:00 PM ET
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hi, i was trying to programme into my drum machine a piece of drum music, but at the begining of the piece above the stave, it has two quavers then an equals sign(=) followed by a crotchet and a quaver beneath a triplet bracket. PLEASE HELP ME! what does this mean and how do i tell my drum machine to play it in this way?

it looks
like this: -3-
____C C = C Q


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posted: 6/15/2004 at 7:48:23 PM ET
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i just think its funny you say crotchet and quaver and use these big words but then for equal(=) have to illistrate it.. if you dont know what an equal sign looks like.. must i go on?

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