Rhythm Practice Patterns

# Cut Time with Quadruple Subdivided Rhythms: Lesson 11 Practice Patterns 1113-1118

The rhythm patterns on this page focus on eighth notes in cut time. Just as sixteenth notes form a quadruple subdivision of the beat in 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 time signatures, eighth notes form a quadruple subdivision of the beat in cut time or the 2/2 time signature. Read the introduction to cut time for more detailed explanations of this time signature, and also visit the cut time practice suggestion page for ideas on improving your skills in this time signature.

More Practice Patterns: Cut time rhythms with whole, half, and quarter notes, Patterns 1101-1112.

Lesson 11 Introduction - learn about cut time

Lesson 11 Practice Suggestions - learn how to practice these patterns well

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## Part 3: Quadruple Subdivisions - Patterns with Eighth Notes

Pattern 1113: With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, half note = 60, on Concert B.
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Pattern 1114: With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, half note = 60, on Concert E.
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Pattern 1115: Half note = 72, on Concert F.
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Pattern 1116: Half note = 72, on Concert G.
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Pattern 1117: Visit Lesson 6 for an introduction on how to play pickup notes.

With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, half note = 60, on Concert A.
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Pattern 1118: Be sure to count every subdivision of the beat when performing this pattern. Half note = 72, on Concert B flat. If you can't hear the audio, listen to it here.

### More Practice Patterns: Cut time rhythms with whole, half, and quarter notes, Patterns 1101-1112.

Lesson 11 Introduction - learn about cut time

Lesson 11 Practice Suggestions - learn how to practice these patterns well

Play along with MetronomeBot

Buy the book, The Fundamentals of Rhythm.

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# Fundamentals of Rhythm book

If you would like all of this information in book format so that you can put it on your music stand and practice it wherever you go, get The Fundamentals of Rhythm, by Kyle Coughlin. The book includes all of the lesson information and practice exercises found on the website.

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