Timing and Note Value Alteration - Example 5d

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Timing and Note Value Alteration - Example 5a-c Timing and Note Value Alteration - Example 5e-h

Then we come on to example 5d. Here I’m using Ninetuplets (nine-what now?). This might look intimidating at first glance, but is actually not much harder to play than triplets, same feel almost, just faster. This is a note value that is not often seen outside a Frank Zappa tune☺ In the video i explain how to approach this note value. It is just basically an 8note triplet, where each of the three notes have been further divided in three, like shown belown(3*3=9).

And here is a tab for the tapping example I give on how to let your tapping finger guide you.

And finally of course, example 5d.