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Author David Luebbert
Posted 4/24/11; 1:29:28 AM
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There's a small demonstration available now that shows how to interpret and perform Rhythm Skeleton Counts when they appear on Play Rhythm pages or are listed in the Rhythm Web.

You'll know that you're dealing with skeleton count notation on rhythm pages, when you see a square bracketed sum of integers preceded by an integer, similar to this: 4[2+5+4+3+2]

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