# Time Signatures: 4/4 - Overview

Instructor: Sean Conklin Level: Beginner Topic: Theory Style: Any Style

Tutorial: Learning Time Signatures

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Lesson Excerpt: With time signatures, we will always see 2 numbers in the form of a fraction. (Yes, music has math too!) So we'll see a number on top, and a number on the bottom. The top number represents how many of a certain note, and the bottom number represents what kind of a certain note. If you haven't already, be sure to check out this lesson to understand the very basics of time signatures. So with our 4/4 time signature (also known as the common time s...
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Metronome
Keyboard Shortcuts

General

Play/Stop
Increase Tempo
Decrease Tempo
=  Spacebar, Enter
=  ↑ →
=  ↓ ←

Sounds

Hi Hats
Rimshot
Digital
Toms
=  1
=  2
=  3
=  4

Time Signatures

4 / 4
2 / 4
3 / 4
5 / 4
5 / 8
6 / 8
7 / 8
9 / 8
12 / 8
15 / 16
19 / 16
=  F1
=  F2
=  F3
=  F4
=  F5
=  F6
=  F7
=  F8
=  F9
=  F11
=  F12
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