How to Count 8th, 16th, and 32nd Music Notes

How to count 8th, 16th, and 32nd music notes

In this guide we are going to talk about subdivisions and rythmic solfege — specifically, how to count 8th notes, how to count 16th notes and how to count 32nd notes.

How to Count 8th, 16th, 32nd and 84th Music Notes

Subdivisions

Here are some example of whole notes.

How to count whole notes

Now the simplest and most common way to divide a beat is into two.

How to count half notes How to count quarter notes

How to Count 8th Notes

How to count 8th notes

How to Count 16th Notes

How to count 16th notes

How to Count 32nd Notes

How to count 32nd notes
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I've played the alto and then the tenor saxophone for close to a decade now. I gig with several bands around the world for most months in a year. I created SqueakingSax to share with you some interesting tips and techniques I've picked up along the way.

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