How to practice regular rhythm? Now let’s teach you how to practice in the following ways:
1. Practice of various basic notes
Full, dichotomous, quadruple, octave, sixteen, thirty-two, sixty-four, one hundred and twenty-eight
Full note: Turn on the metronome and adjust it to 4/4 beats. Play any tone and keep four beats.
Dichotom: Open the metronome and adjust it to 4/4 beats. Play any tone and keep the second beat.
2. Common rhythmic exercises: (Take the form in a beat as an example)
Octave note: X – – – X – – –
Sixteenth note: X-X-X-X-X-
Top Eight and Top Sixteen: X – X-
Top 16 and Top 8: X-X-X–
Segmentation Rhythm: X-X–X-
Punctuation (1:3): X-X——————————–.
Rule point (3:1): X – – – X-
3. Understanding the different sounds at different times
1) One sound:
2) Two sounds:
3) Three sounds:
4. Rhythmic Solfeggio of Liaison (Take Tritone as an example):
1) Set the metronome to three beats, one strong beat and two weak beats;
2) Strike once every three sounds, pay attention to master the rhythm;
3) Put the metronome back to one beat, try singing three tones in one beat at an average speed, and then do comprehensive exercises after mastering it.
1) Count three numbers at a uniform speed first, without beating.
2) join in beating and beat every 1
3) Comprehensive exercises after basic Mastery
5. Comprehensive exercises (tri-tone in conjunction with some conventional rhythms):
Coordination with Quarters:
Combination with the octave (conventional)
Coordination with the octave (first half beat)
Coordination with the octave (second half beat)
Coordination with the sixteenth note (conventional)
Coordination with the 16-minute note (first 16)
Coordination with the sixteenth note (the last sixteen)
Coordination with the sixteenth note (syncopation)
Coordination with the dotted notes in the beat (front)
Coordination with the dotted notes in the beat (later)