[Doggiebox] Relevance of time signature?

Carl Edlund Anderson cea at carlaz.com
Fri Feb 11 05:59:24 EST 2005


On 10-Feb-2005 23:55, Mike wrote:
> I don't use the time signature as it's intended, at least I don¹t think so.
> I get my rhythms through trial and error, usually.
> The only problem I foresee is a marketing issue, really.  Should Doggiebox
> be perceived as incapable of handling conventional time signatures?

I guess I'm kind of here, too.  I'm not very good at counting rhythms
from time signature, but I have a working understanding of what they
mean and they are a useful reference -- and pretty widespread!  Best to
leave them in.  I mean, I've never found the idea of time signature
getting in the way!

Cheers,
Carl

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Carl Edlund Anderson
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