Tempo – Rhythmic Subdivisions?

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    • #107921
      ctc
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      When tempo is toggled on [push the encoder button] the delay time is expressed in rhythmic fractions of the tempo. I have written all of the available subdivisions below in chronological order from no delay to whole. Can anyone explain to me what the designations "t" and "?" mean?

      1/64
      1/32t
      1/64?
      1/32
      1/16t
      1/32?
      1/16
      1/8t
      1/16?
      1/8
      1/4t
      1/8?
      1/4
      5/16
      1/2t
      1/4?
      7/16
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      1/2
      9/16
      10/16
      WHLt
      11/16
      1/2?
      13/16
      14/16
      15/16
      WHOLE

      t

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    • #122229
      timothyhill
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      t = triplet (2/3 times non-triplet value)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triplet_(music)#Triplets

      ° = dotted (1.5 times non-dotted value)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dotted_note

    • #122230
      ctc
      Member

      Thx. Is there some reference to this nomenclature in the manual or knowledgebase?

    • #133482
      timothyhill
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      Not that I could find. The TF UM says "common note values" and a KB search (for "dotted" or "triplet" turns up two H3000 articles.

      It probably wouldn't hurt to add something to the UM about this nomenclature, although I have seen other companies use similar notation. I'm wondering if there's a UM revision in the works, now that the production release of V3 is out…

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