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posted: 6/11/2008 at 6:04:28 PM ET
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Okay, now I was wondering how I could get my songs down on paper in music notation.
I have trouble with rhythym and triplets, and all that time sig stuff, so what would be an effective way to do this, or what kind of tools can I use??
I guess the question is on every time sig, which beats get the strong and weak beats?
And how do you feel those beats, especially in complicated rhythyms in my head??

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posted: 6/16/2008 at 3:42:06 AM ET
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Musictheory.net, is a good resource for lessons.

the strong beat Usually is on the one. So you feel the ONE two three four, in 4/4. Count it, wait for the stronger beat, then go from there.

sorry if this didnt help to much, i really didn't understand the question to much

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