Rhythm Practice Patterns

# Time Signatures with the Eighth Note Equal to One Beat in 6/8: Lesson 12 Practice Patterns 1211-1219

The patterns on this page feature rhythms in a 6/8 time signature with the eighth note equal to one beat. Read the Lesson 12 introduction for an explanation of this time signature and how to count and perform rhythms with the eighth note equal to one beat. See the suggestion page for tips on how to effectively practice these rhythms.

More Practice Patterns: Rhythms with the eighth note equal to one beat in 3/8 and 4/8 time, Patterns 1201-1210.

Lesson 12 Introduction - learn about the eighth note beat

Lesson 12 Practice Suggestions - learn how to practice these patterns well

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## Part 3: Patterns in 6/8

Pattern 1211: With MetronomeBot counting the beat, eighth note = 80, on Concert A.
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Pattern 1212: With MetronomeBot counting the beat, eighth note = 80, on Concert G.
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Pattern 1213: With MetronomeBot counting the beat, eighth note = 88, on Concert F.
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Pattern 1214: With MetronomeBot counting the beat, eighth note = 88, on Concert C.
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Pattern 1215: Eighth note = 100, on Concert G.
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Pattern 1216: Eighth note = 100, on Concert A.
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Pattern 1217: Eighth note = 100, on Concert B flat.
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Pattern 1218: With MetronomeBot counting the beat, eighth note = 88, on Concert C.
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Pattern 1219: Eighth note = 100, on Concert G.
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### More Practice Patterns: Rhythms with the eighth note equal to one beat in 3/8 and 4/8 time, Patterns 1201-1210.

Lesson 12 Introduction - learn about the eighth note beat

Lesson 12 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

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