anonymous
  • anonymous
Which note is a triad, first or second? first second Is the sample in 2/4 meter or 3/4 meter? 2/4 3/4 Is the sample and example of a Crescendo or a Decrescendo? Crescendo Decrescendo Which example has a faster tempo, first or second? first second
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Nnesha
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Miracrown
OnePieceFTW
  • OnePieceFTW
I'm guessing there was a file you listened to and since I don't have it I can't really help you. :P A triad is a three note chord, 2/4 time has two beats in 4 measures and 3/4 is three beats in 4 measures, a crescendo is when the piece gradually gets louder a decrescendo is the opposite. The tempo is the speed so which one is faster or slower?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank you
jjamz87
  • jjamz87
Actually @OnePieceFTW is wrong about 2/4 and 3/4. 2/4 is two beats per measure where the quarter note has the single beat . And 3/4 is essentially the same except 3 beats per measure.

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