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Music Theory: Learn to Read Rhythm - From Beginners to Mastery

teacher avatar Edina Balczó, Award-winning Guitarist

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Lessons in This Class

40 Lessons (1h 60m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:46
    • 2. Working with a metronome

      8:57
    • 3. Duration of the notes

      7:54
    • 4. Analyzing Exercise 1

      3:44
    • 5. Analyzing Exercise 2

      2:15
    • 6. Note Durations

      1:24
    • 7. Exercise 1 - Counting and Clapping

      1:34
    • 8. Exercise 2 - Counting and Clapping

      1:11
    • 9. The Dotted Note

      1:25
    • 10. Analyzing Exercise 3

      2:19
    • 11. Analyzing Exercise 4

      1:57
    • 12. Exercise 3 - Counting and Clapping

      2:02
    • 13. Exercise 4 - Counting and Clapping

      1:32
    • 14. Adding triplets

      2:41
    • 15. Analyzing Exercise 5

      2:30
    • 16. Analyzing Exercise 6

      2:17
    • 17. Exercise 5 - Counting and Clapping

      2:01
    • 18. Exercise 6 - Counting and Clapping

      1:33
    • 19. Rests

      3:22
    • 20. Analyzing Exercise 7

      4:27
    • 21. Analyzing Exercise 8

      4:40
    • 22. Exercise 7 - Counting and Clapping

      2:00
    • 23. Exercise 8 - Counting and Clapping

      1:31
    • 24. Dotted rest

      1:12
    • 25. Analyzing Exercise 9

      3:03
    • 26. Analyzing Exercise 10

      2:26
    • 27. Exercise 9 - Counting and Clapping

      2:02
    • 28. Exercise 10 - Counting and Clapping

      1:32
    • 29. Adding 16th Notes

      3:46
    • 30. Analyzing Exercise 11

      4:00
    • 31. Analyzing Exercise 12

      2:49
    • 32. Exercise 11 - Counting and Clapping

      2:32
    • 33. Exercise 12 - Counting and Clapping

      1:53
    • 34. 16th triplets

      3:00
    • 35. Analyzing Exercise 13

      5:24
    • 36. Analyzing Exercise 14

      3:19
    • 37. Exercise 13 - Counting and Clapping

      2:32
    • 38. Exercise 14 - Counting and Clapping

      2:30
    • 39. Applying rhythms in flamenco guitar

      9:53
    • 40. Outro

      2:43
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About This Class

Years ago, my first music teacher told me that my poor sense of rhythm would probably prevent me from ever becoming a successful musician. Now I make my living as a rhythm guitarist.

How do you count time in music? Are you in time when you play your songs? Do you want to sound exactly like the music you’re learning?

This course, which includes more than 39 videos and 14 exercises, will provide you with an easy method for counting time in music; teach you how to use the metronome as a practice aid; and show you how to practice playing at 2, 3 or 4 notes per beat. If you struggle to stay on the beat, the exercises introduced here are a mini-course in how to maintain the rhythmic pulse. If you feel that you have a terrible sense of rhythm, I can assure you that, like any other music-related topic, rhythmic sense is something which can be learned. With the exercises in this course, you can master off-beats, triplets, and the ability to count any rhythm in rock-steady time.

Want to clap in time to a song and feel like you are a member of the band? Want to develop your musicality? Learning an instrument and want to sound really good when you play it?

For all of the above, a highly-developed sense of rhythm is crucial! This course will guide you from the very beginning in: how to use the metronome; how to develop your sense of rhythm through clapping; how to recognize a time signature and determine the time values of notes and rests; how to count eighth-notes, triplets, sixteenth-notes and dotted notes.

Although the first few exercises are very easy and basic in nature, the material becomes progressively more difficult as each new level is presented. By the end of the 7th level, you will find that you are practicing some exercises which are very challenging to clap and count.

In this course you will learn:

  • How to remain in time, learning the difference between 2, 3, and 4 notes per beat.

  • How to count the off-beat, the triplets, or the e-and-a’s.

  • How to clap to music.

  • 14 exercises to help you become a “rhythm master”

I am a Spanish/Flamenco guitarist. In the type of music which I play, it is extremely important to remain in time, and to be able play complex rhythms. Furthermore, if you plan to play with other people or in a band, everyone involved needs to be able to maintain the same, and consistent, rhythm. So, for anyone contemplating a future in music, the material covered in this course is essential.

If you are a guitarist who has become accustomed to learning new music from tablature (TAB), the information in this course can be useful in the following way: nowadays, most of the guitar music which is presented in tablature form also includes traditional musical notation. While the TAB is accurate in telling you what notes to play, it does not provide you with the rhythmic value of each note. That information is only available in the traditional notation score. So, to make the most of these two combined forms of notation when learning a new tune, you can follow the rhythm from the traditional score, and learn the notes from the TAB. This way you never have to learn how to read music - you can just learn how to read TAB from tablature, and derive the rhythmic values from traditional notation.

On the other hand, if you are playing an instrument other than guitar, you will almost certainly have to learn how to read music, and the challenging material in this course will reinforce your musical knowledge about rhythm in traditional music notation.

Whether you’re a beginner seeking to unlock your natural rhythm, or an experienced player looking to resolve timing issues when playing your instrument -- improve your rhythm with me and start your course today!

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Edina Balczó

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Hi! My name is Edina and thanks for taking time to check out my courses and learn from me!

 

I am an award-winning UK-based guitarist/author and I have been playing the guitar for more than 20 years. I am a registered guitar tutor certified by the University of West London (distinction) and I  host a popular YouTube channel, The Spanish Guitar Hub, which has received millions of views and attracted tens of thousands of subscribers for over a decade. I have been endorsed by GuitarPro (the originator of the GuitarPro scoring/tablature software program), and in 2019 I won the Lukas (UK latin) awards with my guitar duo, De Fuego as the best Jazz/Folk Act of the Year. I also participate in a variety of collaborations with other musicians playing Me... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi guys, my name is edina and that a professional in the database. You might know me from my youth of China, the spins VSAT hub, which has around 70 thousand subscribers. I place buddy swimming pool meta. So in my type of music, it is extremely important to be able to work with the metronome and be on time. That's why I designed this course for you. In this course, you're going to learn how to work with the metronome, hard to recognize notes and dressed and hard to count written. And you will be also faced with 14 different exercises in seven different levers. The first few lovers will be pretty easy, but after it become extremely challenging, 12341 E two, E 334. And before you start the course, I suggest that you print out all of the exercises so you can practice them a little bit better. But during the course and going to clap this exercise is for you as well as analyzed some of the bars. So you will hear exactly how somebody tons sounds. At first. It starts at the very beginning of the bark. So you cervical Yvon. And after we have one quarter note, which last for von measure. So you go to the second measure. This course is not just intended for guitarist, it will avert with any other instruments you might play. Signup for my course and improve your return with me today. 2. Working with a metronome: So let's start with our first lesson, working with a metronome. Before we even start using a metronome, Debian learn hot to clap. There are two ways to clap. And Bombay is doing like a low Vd or Deepak volume clap. Then you are like kind of using your palm. And then you undid lapse feature bomb. And then the other way to clap is using this part of the hand. And this is like a little bit higher sound clapping. Although I'm going to use this one because this one, you can go so much phosphorus than the smile. But you choose whichever you want. Okay, so now the ongoing views or methylome Seq or metronome at 60 BPM. And at first we did just try to clap on time. So whenever you hear a beep, Cuba clap, give the beep. Now, there are few things that you can do to follow the written a little bit better. It's always good to move your leg did the return. So you can move your whole leg or you can just move your feet with the written and then you will be much more on time is you feel hard that you can't follow the written. It's always good to use the leg so you, they'll be a little bit more on time. The next step of this exercise will be to clap tools so that they can do to collapse. And often we can do a mixture of bunk lab, two claps or maybe to one clap, 22 claps. And do one claps, both doublets. Now hardly and know that you were on time. You need to be exactly in the middle of the beat. Two venue clap tools. You can't just be like because it's kind of more like that. You'll do like street lamps per beat and you're missing von club. So you really need to be in the middle. So it means that every single cap is lusting the same amount of time. Now let's make it a little bit more difficult. And now let's try to do three clubs, family. Then you are collecting more claps. I suggest you to act some oxygens so you really know that you add on time. So whenever you hear the beep, you do like Louder clap and after everything else can be like allover volume. So even when you know two clubs per lead, you can clap like these. Or when you do three clubs banded. Now the difficult thing, ease those speech from two clubs, spend the two street lamp spam bead. That's like takes a lot of practice to be good MDs, but you need to start practising it to be really good with written changes later on. So now let's try to do like for two claps and for street lamps. And after switching back and forth, some people haven't. They clapped three, they had actually clapping like four beats, but you are skipping the, skipping the last beat. So that is a big difference in this one. I can show you what I mean if you have untimely street lamps, Bambi or not on time. So my new ad on time. Then you are not on time. So in the second mom was more like full node spam bead, but universe keeping the last beat. Now let's arc four clips per beat and then the DRC hard does that sound again? We will do an accent at the beginning and the bridges for low delete them. It also have sometimes to Kant and venue, can't you obey stride to come in on a way that you end up on the next beep. So you can contin like Vaughan's twos, threes, fours, I assure you, rather than zone 1111, now that's come 212121212. I'm moving my leg so I'm more on time. Let's downstream. 123123123123. Last come for 123412341234123412341234. So when I said Vo1, I was always on time and whenever the other numbers were coming, it was just equally sealing the time in-between the beads. Now let's do some exercises. At first, the can do, for example, for von club, for two clubs, for street lamps, for, for clubs, and going backwards three. M Laughlin. Now, don't be discouraged if you don't get it straight away because this is something that you really need to practice to be able to switch in between these kind of returns. Especially learning the difference in between the two clubs and the three labs is quite difficult. So at first you can just practice, do like a lot of two claps and after switched to a lot of street lights. And after you can do like for two claps for street lamps or end of the tube. And then in the end venue become quite professional at this, then you can do VT_2 club one street lamp. Now this is something that you can practice in a lot of different other speed as valid Now the other, at 60 BPM, You can go slower or you can go faster, to be honest, the slower you go with the maximum, the harm that it will be to really feel that is the next term, be fled. So see you on the exam floodings MPhil at 40 bpm, bong, bong 2312, wrong Bu Si. Let's go oils so for a little bit higher speeds, so either bored to 80 BPM. So practice these kind of exercises before you will go on to learn the duration of the knots. And now, once you've finished this one, we then go on to our next lesson and we start to learn how to read return and oil the notes. 3. Duration of the notes: Now they are going to learn about time signatures and oil. So the durations of dynodes, this course is only concentrating on how to read return. So that's not going to learn a lot of other aspects on how to read music. But we will only concentrate on the time signatures and the duration of dynodes. So when you see a music sheet, you will see sections. They are called the bars. And at the beginning of the music sheet, you will see the time signature. The time signature can be 344468 and so on. So what does 44 means? 44 means that our four measures in each bar and von measured equal to one quarter note. What does 3-4 means? 3-4 means there are three measures in lumbar and vom measure is one quarter note. Also, what does it mean if it is, for example, 68868 means that there are six measures in Bomba and von measure is 1 eighth note. Now the next important thing on how to read music or hard to read return is the tempo. The tempo is sad on the top of the music. And that's what we are going to set up a metronome to. And at the beginning we were set or a metronome to 60 BPM. But later on when we go forward in the music and video exercises, the, I'm going to set it to 40 BPM, and this tempo is bad quarter note. It means that each of the beat via last for one quarter note. During this course, the exercises will be in 4434, so you can practice it in those two different time signatures. But of course, that I like a lot of other time signatures exist and you can do other exercises later on. And then it will be actually quite easy to do those exercises if you bend through this course before. Okay? So now let's learn the nodes. If we have the time signature in 4-4, then we can have a whole lot. A whole lot means that the last for the whole duration of the bar in 44 time signature. So if it was too forward measures or four quarter notes and it looks like a doughnut which doesn't have any stallion. Now the next measure that we are going to look at is one hottest naught. Half-note, looks like donor, but it has a stem and they last for two measures, or it's eight verse 22 quarter notes. And after the beer have oysters or quarter note. A quarter note has a fool inside and it has von stem, and it lasts for one measure of the bar. And we also have an eight note that we are going to learn in this section. And the 8-note looks like on a way that it has a full middle and oil, so have a stem and it has Vaughan Lita flag, and it lasts for health or measure. If you put 2 eighth notes together, they are going to join and they look like this. The next thing that we are going to learn is hard to count because in 44, that is four measures. Uv account like this, 1234. If you put on a macro level and you can't win the metal into a sand like this if the tempo is 60 or 50 BPM, 1234. Now because we undid the 8-note toward exercises, that's why you have to come a little bit differently because the AIG node can occur in the middle of two beads. That's why you can't like this. 1234. And now let's see how does it sound with the metronome at 50 BPM, 1234 and ok, so now we learned are to current. Now we need to learn how long each of the nodes last. If we have a whole anode, it means that it will last for four measures. So then you need to clap on the beat and unique to wait for four measures or four beats. And, and, and 34, and then go and 34 and ECMO highest note than it will last for two measures, for two beats. So unique to clap of the second measure, 1234. And if we have a quartet naught, it lasts for von measure. So it means that you need to clap on each of the beat. That's how it, each of the quarter note lasts 1234. And now when you have an eighth note, it means that it will last for half a measure or half a beep. That means that you need to clap on every time. Then you count 1234. Now the next thing that I'm going to give you is make it beneficial is venue analyzed. Some of the exercises you need to know value are going to clamp so you can use the circle method. What does that mean? It means that you've write down 1234 and, and you can't hire along each of the node last and you circle there, you need to be. For an example, if you have two quarter notes, one after each other, and after you have gone far for naught, you know that the beat starts at the very beginning because there is no rescue or anything like that. So you need to serve one, you know what, that one-quarter not last for long measures. So you go to the second measure, you serve God a second measure. And after the node, that was another quarter note, so it lasts for one beat and then insert the third measure. And after it is half R nought, so it lasts for two bits. So that is no more nodes according and no more measures. So then you clamp it on a way that it sounds like this. 134. And then I have a little difficult to, to calculate where the beats. I always use the circle method and it helps me greatly to find that I need to clap. Okay, now we are going to go to the exercises. And also in the next video, I'm going to analyze some of these exercises and I'm going to clap it for you. 4. Analyzing Exercise 1: Exercise run. Now we are going to look at few bars. I'm going to clip it for you. And after we're going to analyze it via iCloud, that one. So bar S3, it sounds like this. 1034. And why is it like this? At first, it starts at the very beginning of the bark. So he circuit R1 and after we have one quarter note, it's lost for von measure. So you go to the second measure. The second measure is Von, cough a naught. So it lasts for two measures. So you go to the fourth measure. So in the end that I do eight nodes, which means that they last for half a measure. So at four, in the first one we lost 44 end. And after four and the next one we have finished the bar, which means that you may go to the next bar, which is bar four, 1234. And let's look at navbar seeds. So that is a node at the beginning, so it starts on measure one. And after at measure one, you see a note. It has a stamp, it as a flag, so it is an eight node, so it will last for half a measure. So the next beat, the OB at one end. Then you look at this node, you see this is a quarter note, so it will last for one measure. It means that the next node will be at 22 and that is 1. Eighth note. It means that it will last for half a measure. So then the next note, the FBI at three. So at three, that is one quarter note, so it lasts for one measures. So in the last note will be at four, and it is lasting for rung measure soil to finish the bar. And you can go to the next bar, 1234. And the number eight starts on Van Vincis and 8-note, so it lasts for half a measure. So the next note via start at one end. It is quarter note eighth. We lost four Von measure. So the next note, they start at two and which is also a quarter note. So it been lost for one measure. And then, or next node, VB at 3n, which is one quarter note again that she's been measure. So it will last until the end. And the last note is VO1, eight nodes. So it will last for, cough, a measure which we'll finish, the bad. 1234. So the first note, again, start on Vaughn. It is fun. First add nodes, so it will last for one measure. You go to the, to, the, to even eighth-note because of the stem and the flag. And then it will last for half a measure. So the next note, which is a Huffman node via start at two end. And because it lasts for two measures, it, they lost until 34. And so the last node going to be on the Ford and the Gs 1 eighth notes. So in that, the bond which we are finished or bar. 5. Analyzing Exercise 2: Now let's analyze exercise. At first. In exercise Don't, you will see a 3 fourth time signature. What does that mean? It means that you only need to count on DS3. So R1 and, and 31 AND gate and sweet and run and do and see. And so by S3 starts on the first measure. It is Von hyphen nought. So it means that it lasts for two measures. So the next note, the third measured, Nietzsche's von eight N2, 2 eighth notes of the student they bought last for half a measure. So E2 and E3. And the last note we start on three and, and that we have finished the bar then and do NH3. And so again, the start in measure one, we have van Eyck naught because it is a stem and it has a flag. So it last for half a measure. So the Leah have Hoffa naught, which starts on the von end. And the plus 42 measures 23. And the last node we're started on three and the cheese 7and eight node, because it has stem and the flag and B to a finish or bar 123. And so this can be quite hard to club because there are lot of beads as well. So this is something to practice. So, or exercise start on one, which is Von 8-note soil, the Ago half a measure. So in the first fertile note, we start on one end and the vom measures. So the next node via to and, and again for vom measure because it is a quarter note and then the last note, an eighth note at three end. 6. Note Durations: 123400341234123412341234123412341 and 234. 7. Exercise 1 - Counting and Clapping: 13413412341234123412341234123412, 3424 8. Exercise 2 - Counting and Clapping: 1231231231 and do and see and do and history. And 123123 and run, DO, SEE and brown. And to earn streaming down, down and down and see and 9. The Dotted Note: Navi moved up one level of the exercises so we are going to add the dot ignored. The dotted notes means that the node last for one and the hearth. So it really depends on how long the note originality lost and the half. You need to add the half of the duration of that one to know how long it will last. After this time, they are only going to add the dotted half note and the dotted quarter note. So hopefully last for two measures. So adopted how alpha naught we lost four stream measures because it is one and the host. 123123. And the other node that we are going to add at this level is the dotted quarter note. So quarter note last for one, saw adopted part tend not to be lost for 1.5. R1 and r2 end. Or if you add two dotted note next to each other, 1234. And so the dotted quarter note, we'll make our life a little bit more difficult, especially because it will be on the upbeat so we can practice. How does the offbeat sun-like? 10. Analyzing Exercise 3: Let's analyze exercise three and, and see and full and not the first note starts on Vaughn, and as you can see, it is a dotted quarter note. So it means it will last for one and the whole earth. So in the next beat or the next note, via beam on to end and a two, and you see an eight node because it has a stamp and into the flag. So it will last for half. So at the next node via three and at three, that is a quarter note, so it will last for advanced. So the next note will be F4. And at four, it is one quarter note. It lasts for one, which means you finished the bar and you go to the next bar, 1234. And so again, we start on the first measure, or first beat and BCS von, dotted quarter note, it means it will last for 1.5. So the next note would be at two end and then on to, and that is again a dotted quarter note, which means it will last for 1.5. So you go to 334 and at four units C, That is one, quite have noise. So it will last for one measures and finish the royal exercise that way. Bond and in, and 34. And so back then starts with 2 eighth notes. So it starts on the first measure. It will last for half a measured. And so it means the next note will start at one end, and the next note, again, an eighth note. So it will last for half a measure. And the, the goal to dotted half note, which means it will last for three measures. So it finished the bar because it starts on tools. So 234 and 11. Analyzing Exercise 4: Now let's analyze exercise four. So it is in 34. It means you need to pump until three. And let's look at bar 6123. And so it starts with the first measure, and then you see an eight notes. So it means you go half a step and then the next note via B at one end, the cheese one quarter note. So you go a whole step, which means you will be in two and, and that too. And you see an eighth note, which means you go half a step. And the last one is at stream. So it is one quarter note which you have finished the bar 123. And so it starts on number one. And the first note is a dotted quarter note, which means it lasts for violence and HIV. So the next note, the OB at two and which is one quarter note, which means if they lost for a run measure. So it will last until X3. And, and the last node is an 8-note, which means it will last for half a measure. So it will finish the bar 123. And so the first measure, VOD von quarter note. So it starts on one, it lasts for advance. So at the next node, VMI on too, which is a dotted quarter note, it lasts for 1.5, so it goes to 233 and source three and eat last note, which is VO1, 8-note soy to finish the bad. 12. Exercise 3 - Counting and Clapping: 1234123412341 and do and see and 412341234123412341, end do scaling and 41234123412341234. And 13. Exercise 4 - Counting and Clapping: 1231232312 and singing and bong and 2312312 by 3123123123123. And and 33. 14. Adding triplets: Now the arrived to the next level, of course, and they are going to learn how to odd triplets, hard to con, triplets, and how do they look like? So at this time we are going to order the triplets on the eight nodes. They look like on a way that it's three notes together and that is three on the top of Dan and the oil connected with one line. So how do you can't triplet? Because now you can't count on novae how your content before, because you need to add three nodes pad beat, so you can count in two different ways. Von IDA seeing three ball will act. If the other triplets on the eight naught, it will mean that it will be three notes per beat. Is the beads add on one-quarter not re, boiler three Pula, repo with a triple alert. You can also practice collecting as well and counting at the same time. People, people that, people, that people are the people that now that he's won more V, the con, the triplet, and it is saved a number and three Platt. So you can say like this, one triplet to triplet, three triplet, triplet. During the exercises actually, I'm going to count in both of the vase. So either can't strip toilet and divert Khan as one triplet, 2T plus three triplet. So that is a few different ways that you can get used to. Also, it's good to practice this because it takes a while to get used to counting and clapping stream watts per beat to be really on time. This is something that you need to practice quite a lot with the metronome to be able to count and claps 3-nodes Padlet, if you hear like silence at 1, then it means that you didn't clap or can't in the right way because every node should be in the same distance from each other. So if you say people that, people that report that this is not a triplet, it needs to be more like these three pole at 3.3 Paulette or voluntary, glad to triplets, three triplet that. Analyze some of the exercises that we are going to do. And then, you know how it sound like when you are clapping these and how you can count it as well. 15. Analyzing Exercise 5: Now let's analyze some of the bars. In exercise five. The time signature is a poor for, so it means that we are going to count until four. And let's see how does the sun-like and how you can count it. 1234. And so our exercise start with a triplet, eighth note, which means they're going to clap 3-nodes, Bambi and after video have one quarter note. And then it means that we start at two and vigorous start the next lacking on the street. And again we have a triplet. So it means that it will last for one measured all of these nodes. And then the last one is at four, so it's one quarter notes, so it will last for long measures. So we've finished the BOD load that bond and go and sleep, that torture. So we start on the first measure. The first note is dotted quarter-note, which means we the Galvani and the heart of. So the next note there start at two and it is Von 8-note Nikos into the stem and it has a flag. So it will last for 1.5 a measure. And after the Via have do triplets on the eight naught, which means that we have three nodes per beat. And so that's why the content like street triplets 4G plans. And to me that for band. Ok. So this has started an eighth note on the first measure. So the next node, vn, V1, part-time load. So it will lost on the two end and a two and we have one 8-note saw the triplet going to start on the street. And then we lost four S3 Glucksberg beat. And the next note, VMB at four, and this is 28 note so forth. And the last node, and after the finish, when the last note debug. 16. Analyzing Exercise 6: Now we are going to analyze exercise seems wrong. Plugs green band. So it starts with a quarter note, so it starts on number one, it lasts until two, and then we have a triplet on the 8-note. Soviet will have three nodes per beat and after the, They'd have to 8-note. So it means that the last two nodes will be on three, on three. And now this exercise is particularly, or this method is particularly difficult because you need to be able to clap von club and after three clap and to clamp. So that's why you really need to feel the difference in between these clubs to be able to be right on time. And this is something that you need to practice, especially in the difference in between the three and the two clubs per beat. Bond triplet 23. And so this, we'll start with a triplet, which means three notes bear beat, starting on the vine, finishing 12 on the top, that is a dotted quarter notes, so it lasts for Vaughn. And so the next or the last note will be an eight node, which will be on three and, and it will last for half a measure. So it finish the bar. Von triplet to sweet triplet. So again, it's pretty straightforward. We have a triplet on the eight nodes, so it means it's, there'd be three notes per beat and three pallets per beat. The next start on the two, which is 28 nodes. So it will go to two and from two and it will go to three. And then the last, again is a triplet on the 8-note saw. Then it will be three notes per bit. 17. Exercise 5 - Counting and Clapping: 123413233 plus 41234123431234123, triplet poetry Blood Run and two ends, a and 412 and say 34123 and 43 blood do and see. And 41234123431234 and 18. Exercise 6 - Counting and Clapping: 1231 and go triplets 31233123 and on and go and say, gee, that on and DOE and 31323 and y and x2 and x3 and Ron and dull and sleepy to blood, h1 and h2, h3. Font that Zui Ji blood fun 2323. 19. Rests: Now we are going to learn about tests. What are the rests there? Silences in-between the music. What do they mean? They mean that there is no music going on in the duration of this silence. Now, each of the nodes have a silence as well, or arrest. So it means a whole note. We'll have a whole arrest funded that mean it means that there is no music going on for four measures. So it means that you don't clap, you just count. It turned me 1234. And, and it looked like this. If that is a harmful naught, that is a whole forest as well. It looks like this. And it means for two measures, that is, no music going gone. It's silence. A quarter note has a quarter rest as well. It looks like this. And it means for one measure, that is a silence. And also an 8-note habit. Eight rests as well, and it means for half a measure, that is silence. Now the question is, what is the difference in between, for example, hall followed and one quarter note advanced party lest they actually bought last for the same duration because they last for two measures. And when you club them, there is no difference because then you just club them. How far node then it is 12. And when you clap, quarter note and the quarter rest is the same, it is done end to end, but there is a difference in between. Then you played with an instrument. I can only demonstrate this one with a guitar. What is the difference in between the sound? So I would like to show you, or tempo is 50 BPM. Then I'm going to show you how Vo1 Huff a lot look like. 12 and and if you do the same one quarter note and one-quarter arrest, it sounds like this one and do, and so you basically need to stop the sound. But then do the clapping. There is no difference in between the sand. But then you play an instrument you have to like stop the sound. When you feel up spaces with the rest. You can do the same like you did with notes, but now you cannot read the club them. But it is exactly the same theory like it applied to the north as well. So Vaughan, who addressed we lost for a duration of Bomba. But in bombard you can fit two Hafez and fourth quarter rests and ISO 88 tests. Now let's look at the exercises on this to previous knowledge and let's see how do they sound like. 20. Analyzing Exercise 7: Now let's look at Exercise 71234. And now here it starts in measure 18 naught. So you go to one end. And again, that is an eighth note. So it means you start at two. And the, this is an 8-note saw the quarter rest, we'll start at two end and it lasts for one measured. So it means that the next node will start at three end, and this is a dotted quarter note. So it means it will last for three measured, so it will finish the bad. 134. And now we're bar will start with a quarter rest. It means that there is a silence and the do not clap. We just can't, and it is quarters, so it is born. And saw the first note going to start on the tomb. It is 1 eighth notes, so then it will go half a measure. So the two end via the von quarter note, which means it we lost frontier S3 and, and then we have an eight thrust. So it will last for half a measure. So then it goes to the four, and the four end is Von 8-note, so it will go half a step and toughest them. 12340, glad. Now DC's acquired difficult one already. And we are just Exercise seven. And basically it starts with one quarter rest. So you start on one, you don't clap, you go to two. Then that is Von. Eighth rests so you go half a step, which means for very first note VMD on to end. And it is an 8-note, so it go half a step than we have Vaughn quarter-note on the street. So it, We lost until four. And then we have a triplet on the eight. And then the already have one raster as well. So venue practice this one, you need to count as four triplets, so 3-nodes per bead, but you shouldn't clap on the first one because that's a silence. You can even practice this week. Three bullet, three, poor that three bullet. And then you can practice on a way that you don't clap on the first beat than under, you say so 343 or 34343 for that, von Graefe led 234. And again, this is a quite difficult on because that will be an eight dressed in the triplet. So again, it means that you can't eat but you don't do not fluffy. And again, you can practice the concreting, the tree folate or you come to contact with one triplet and you don't clap on the end. Wrong to lead one to flood magnitude blood. So that's how it sounds, the beginning. Then we go to measure to measure to his van a trust. And so we go half a measure. So the next note via the quarter note which is on two, and it lasts for vom measure. So the next note will be X3 and which is VO1 eight naught, which means we go 1.5 a step forward. So in the last note, which is a quarter note, we are beyond four and that to a finish or bar. 21. Analyzing Exercise 8: Now let's analyze exercise eight and multiplets three. And again, this is a complicated one because that is like a rest on the triplet. So we start with a quarter notes on the clamp on Van Vigo to one measures. So the triplet will start on the top and there will be silence in-between or arrest. So then you need to practice again to do the triplet. It von, rest, go with blood. Blood, blood. And the last two notes are to eight nodes. They start on three and after it goes to three and as well. So in this exercise it is like kind of 12 claps and two clubs. But where are these two clades that the important, that's why it is good to practice to count the triplet and be on time. 123. And so we start with Vonn, a trust, which means that we're very first note there start at one end, which is a dotted quarter note. So it will last for 1.5. So it is 223 at three. V will have an eight trusts, so it lasts for high for measure. So or lost. Naught will be on three and which is 1 eighth note. So it will finish the bar 123 and VO1 and 23. And here the start v2, v1 eight dressed. So it will last for half a measure. So, or first node, or only node will be on the bond and which is 18 node. So it will last for half a measure. So at two v will have HIV arrest. So it will finish or bad. 22. Exercise 7 - Counting and Clapping: 12341234123 that 3412341234123. Trip blood for van and 234123412243 plus 1234123 and or 12341234. And 23. Exercise 8 - Counting and Clapping: Run and go, and 31 and go and swim. And while trait that 23 and VO1 and go and 3123 and run. And we'll take that 3123123123 and and then we add 312312323. 24. Dotted rest: But the right to the next level of or written reading. And now we are going to learn hard to count. Adopted rests. So the agreeing to learn hard to Kant and the dotted half arrests and the dotted quarter rest. So actually it is the same principle like in the notes as well, because the dotted quarter rest or the dot Titov arrest is lost exactly like the dotted quarter note or the dot Titov anode. So the doctor Harper sta can't until S3 because how far as current until two measures and dotted means it's one, end the HIV. So then it realized frontier stream. So it means it, they're Libya silence Bankier stream measures. So 123. And the dotted part, arrest we lost until n1 and the host measures because it is the same like the dotted quarter note. So it lasted for 1.51 fourth tech not lust for von measure. And so it's like 1.5 is 1.5. So let's see how does it sound with some of our exercises. 25. Analyzing Exercise 9: Exercise 9234, and it starts on the first measure because we have one quarter notes straight at the beginning. It last for von measures, so the rest will start on the tool, and this is a dotted quarter rest, so it will last for 1.5. So it means that we have at three and or next node which is adopted. Carter asked so then it lost until the end because it is 44. And then finish van and 2340 Platt. Here, we start with an eighth note, so E plus F a measure. So or next node starts at one, and this is one of our staff naught. So, or dotted quarter, rest will start at two and adopted Carter arrest the lost or 1.5 so or triplet. They're going to start on the four measure. And again, the have Vaughn rest here. So you need to practice hard to connect. A triplet vendor is rest in the end. Before that, before that, f1 and f2 triplet 34. And by measuring this Dart or, or a bad start with quartet naught, which means the gu, one steps so or keep them going to start at Duke. But again, you can't the triplet, but you don't clap the first measure of the triplet. So you need to practice how to con the triplet and skip the first measure. 3.3 for the three for that. Or triplet is going to finish in the end of the second measure. So eight thrust, they are going to follow on the street. And so it means that we then go half a step and three and VRBO, or next note, which is one quarter note, which means that we then go a whole stack. So or last note, we are going to be on four and, and that's von 8-note saw it last for half a step. So it means it to the finish or, or bad. 26. Analyzing Exercise 10: Now we are going to look at exercise then. One cubed plus 23. And so in our first measure, VBE and have a triplet eighth notes with one dressed. So again, you can decrypt them, but you don't clap on each of the measures. So you are counting and tapping this phase. 12 flat, relatively flat, vaunted flat. And after we arrived to the second measure, which is Von for type notes, so it lasts for one measured. Then we have an eight rest, which is on the third measure. And it lasts for half a measures or last note is going to be on three, and which is an eight north. So it finished on bar 123. And this is clapping On the offbeat. So to do this one, at first, we need to look at vivir kept tapping on the offbeat. The first one is an eight thrust. So it means it last for half a measure saw or first note, which is a quarter note when they start on one end. And it will last for 2N because it's one measure. And again we have another quarter note which we lost four mm measure. So it will finish at three, and then we have another eight rests between lust for half a measure. So it's finishing or bar 123 and OK, so, or exercise start with an 8-note, which means the, the clap on the first measure. And it will last for half a measure. And then, or rest going to start at one end. And the rest, it is VO1 and the half because it is a dotted quarter rest. So one and plus 1.53. And we did have 28 North saw it be on three and on three and because we will go for half a step and then the end, another half a step. 27. Exercise 9 - Counting and Clapping: 123412341233. Blood for 12341234 are cheap. Lat 12341234123413234123412341234123, breaths 34 and yeah. 28. Exercise 10 - Counting and Clapping: 12312 and c. One, flip that around and say Vaughn and go on three, and Wang and dual and certainly burned down and go and 3123 and gone and go as three, Vaughn and donut-shaped flat three and r1 and r2 and swimmingly. And 2312313 and 29. Adding 16th Notes: And now the arrive to the next level, of course, and we start to introduce the 16th notes. So how long is the 16th note last? It is actually the heart of the 8-note. So it is a quarter of Valmy measure. That's why you can't really count it anymore on the way how we used to count it because we just can't Yvon and to end, but we need to divide it a little bit more. So then we will be able to come this note as well. So we have to add a different counting and it is called E and does so how do you count it? Then you have 44 as a time signature. Then you contract this 1234. And up. It means whenever you can count, then a value can't. You can add these kind of measures. So for example, if our first four notes is a 16th notes Munich to clap in each of the counting because every can't be equal to 1 16th note bon, any unknown. Because it is one-quarter of a measure is the 16th note. How do you recognize a 16th note? The 16th note has actually two flags, or you can also connect them on the top. And now on the top it will be two lines instead of one line, like in the eight nodes. So they look like this. You can think about them as well on a vey that now in Vonn measure, if everything is a 16th, note, it there before notepad beat. So how does it sound than the start to clap it? Did a metronome. Now, I set up my metronome to 40 BPM. So it is a little bit easier to plug this fun because at 50 BPM gimmick to club them a little bit faster. So let's make it a little bit slower, a little bit easier for us. One E, two E, and E. For E and the 16 nodes actually had a 16 stressed as well, which means quite the same saw you don't clap during the silence, but you need to count it as well. And it looks like this. So it has loved to flex as well, like the notice via a single n22 flex too. We will also introduce bomber note to this one, which is the dotted eighth-note and the dotted trust. So how long a dotted eighth-note lust. So 8-note lasts for half a measure. So you need to add a hot and a quartet. So it means it will last for three-quarters of a measure. So how long this debt, if you are counting R1 and it is the same, the dotted eighth rests saw it can't until Yvon e. And so if you start the first note of the dotted quarter rest, it will be here. Vo1. And okay, so now let's look at the exercises and let's see how does it sound some of the measures that I'm going to give you and then you can practice them as well. 30. Analyzing Exercise 11: Exercise 11, Ron Bee and 334 N. Okay, so here, the first four Nazis in the first measure, and then they go with 16 nodes because that is a double line in the end. And, but that is Von rest of 16 thrust in the middle. So it means venue Candice, you can't with e n does, but it is one. The rest are one. And the second one starts on the two. And now you need to count v3 Paulette or two triplet. And then you need to add three nodes pad beat. And after we go to the third measure, which is a dotted quarter note. So it means it will last for 1.5. So the last two measures, VOD on four and, and end on for a, R1, E and E and E for E. So we will start this with a dotted eighth rest, which means it lost for running the half, which means it, these three quarter measures, oil. So in the end there will be Vo1, 16th note. So it will sound like this. One E, m, one E, and the next one starts at two. It is a dotted quarter notes, so it lasts for 1.5. So we will arrive to three and which is 18 node, which means it will last for half a measure. So we will have an eighth rest at four. It will last for half a measure. So it means it at four and we will have or last node which is Von eight nodes. So it will finish or bar one and to the end of the end. For the end. Now this is a tricky one because it starts with 116 thrust. So we only go just quarter of a measure for vd. So, or note, which is an eight note, we start on Von 0s. And after it, 1 eighth note last for half a measure. So the next naught will be on one a. So how does that sound? Von II and up one. And after that, we will have another 16 threats. So it means it is one quarter measure. So or next note VOD on to end. And it lost for half a measured. So or on three dagger B or next nodes, which will be on S3. And the, it is 216 nodes or you bought just quarter, quarter and often 18 node which is half a measure. So or rest going to start at four, which is an eight trusts. So it lasts for alpha measured. So or last note, which is an eighth note, will be four and, and this will finish or bar. 31. Analyzing Exercise 12: Exercise 12, wrong me and do the three NDA. So our first note is a 16th note, which means we start on Vaughn and the going to progress to von E. And that's van. We have VO1 quartet naught, which means a whole stack. So next, note, VOD on two, ie. And after the they'll have an 8-note, which means it is half a step. So if have a or next node, which is 1 16th, note because there are two lines on the top, and which means VEVO progress to three. At three V had von eighth rests, which means the progress housed or restore silence. And so the next note, VB on 31 E and to B and C e n. Here we start with a 16th note, so or next node via B on one IV. And this is a dotted eighth notes, so it lasts for three cartel. So it means that our next rest, VRBO on to. This is a 16th, rests solely the start, the next node in to Eve and after Binet to clap in each of the console to e. And then we will have 1 eighth note on the three. So we go half a step and the need to clap on the end, because they are 16th notes, von e and b and t b. And here we start with a dotted eighth rest, which means is three-quarters. We have been 16 node after saw or counting or clapping, start at Vonn a. And after the second measure, we have start and then we have Vaughn rest in two and soil club everywhere except in the two ends. So o, E and, and then we have 7and eight node which leaves on the stream soil just flat on the street. And they run a trust which means we will finish the bad. 32. Exercise 11 - Counting and Clapping: One, 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and T. C for a and a, 234 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 03 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s. And for a and b and e, e m, e m, The 34234. And the end, though, the end, three 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s. And for a bong E end to end, and 34. Okay. 33. Exercise 12 - Counting and Clapping: One, 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and one. And the 33313123. 34. 16th triplets: Now we arrive to the last Theory exercise in our course. And this is the last level of clapping or written course. And vivid, odd this time, the triplets on the 16th notes. Which means that instead of a tool in half a measured, there will be three notes. So it means if it will be triplets everywhere in the first measure than it will be six nodes, bad beat, harder, You can't this one, you need to contact with triplets. So for example, if involved beat that, I'd like to triplets on the 16th note it will be six nodes, B, and you can come pick this way. Three poetry, poetry, polar, triple-A, report after report. Now you can switch to the counting as well. For example, if you have like n1 nodes at the beginning, you can count like Vo1 e, and then you see that there is a triplet. You need to switch to AAA. So you can, can't display one y3 polar one, y3 Polaroid von E3, Poland. All you can count on a way, if the triplet is in the first half to repolarize, and three, Poland and repo toilet and triple at NDA. How does that sound? One EP for less than the people that won the dipolar? Now let's see the other way to repolarize and repolarize. And sometimes it is easier to put the metronome to the eight north to really know that the rectum and when they are analyzing exercises that we're going to do. But you can't change it just because I did some pretty difficult exercises, which means that i are the triplets on the eight node and they are the triplets on the 16th note, which means you can't change the Metronome thrown the quartet naught, because otherwise it would be very difficult to calm the return on the triplet on the eighth notes. Okay, so let's look at our exercises and this will be the last. Of course, if you enjoyed so far, I would really appreciate if you could please leave me a review and read the course so other people can find it and other people can know if you find this course useful for your own instrument and Britain learning. Thank you so much for watching this course and let's look at the last exercises. 35. Analyzing Exercise 13: Exercise served in R1 and R2, repo that 34. Okay, so now we start with an eighth rests. So it means, or first node going to start in the von end. And this is a quarter note, so it's going to last until the end. And that's van unique to odd a triplet, because it's replayed on the 16th notes. And the next measure via start on three, this is 18 nodes, so it vilest anti S3 and do 16 nodes. So it will be on, on a. And then the third measure will look like this, sorry, e. And then we have Vaughan, a trust von 16th note and 1 16th dress the bonds 16 node via B on for end, because there is an eight dressed, so it is just half a measure. To really be on time. Sometimes it's good to odd the metronome and practice it on the 8-note instead of a quartet nought. So it means it will be fostered and it will be easier to count 123 E one, E, two, E three. And for the NBA, I would drop these like this for a while. And then you really know what is the return in here. Number five is a difficult one because you have two different triplets want replayed on the eight node and two triplets on the 16th note. So if you would like odd this in contact, then it will be like in the first measure that we're B3 claps. And then the second measure that will be six claps. And because it is going for half a measure of one triplet and after you can't normally. So let's see how does that sound? The poor repolarize reported three E for E NDA. Okay, so at first the flat on the eight, so it means that it was three claps beat. And I counted both of them be triplet. But you need to really practice it on a way that you put on a metronome and new clubbed 3s and after you clap six. So after a while it will become a little bit easier. But really it takes a lot of practice to really be on time. And after the second measure of the bar, then we will have like normal notes, not triplets. Then the, they start at three and that's one 8-note saw next node via BF3 and which is one quarter note. So it will be one measured sort last note will be at Ford. And now the next difficult thing via the number seven. And if you look at it, it's quite similar to number five. You just slap exactly the same way. So you clap six, UK lab three, you pet six and nucleic S3. Before that, before that three balls, three poetry, poetry bore that. That's a really good rhythm exercise. Bong and go. And we re boiler and okay, so then the analyze it, then you can clearly see it is actually in four parts or four measures. The first one is Vo1 e, and because that is VO1, 8-note and 2 16th notes, the second rung, BOB von, 8-note, 116 thrust and vast 16 nodes. So it means that the 16 months is on two and the 16 nodes is in a. So it will be like this band E and, and after we have 2 16th notes and 18 naught. So it should be three in the NBA. And the last one is a triplet on the 16 nodes and 18 node. So it will be a boiler. 36. Analyzing Exercise 14: Navi, arrive to a final exercise, exercise 14. So let's analyze some of the bars. The bullet three polar to boiler three 0s. And you can see that there is a triplet on the eight nodes, so it will be three notes per beat. And often they'll do the three plaque on the 16 nodes. So it will be six nodes, Bambi and 2-nodes, bad bit. So you can practice clapping 3-nodes badly to six notes per week, two 2-nodes backbeat. And only in the end you need to can't normally or otherwise you can just count with triplets, bond 0s and 0s and 0s. And so again, we can see the three different measures because it's very easy to see where these kind of nodes start. The first two notes via a 16 nodes. So and after via will have an eight nodes. So it will last quarter, quarter hearths or one a. And the next one we start at eight nodes, 1616 nodes. So it will loss for half, quarter, quarter. So E. And the last measure, we start with 18 node and after 16 threats and a 16th note. So it means we clap on the number and the MATLAB on the a, three 0s repolarize and two, E and G. Now this is a quite difficult one. Again, we can divide it to three different measures. At first we start with a triplet on 16 nodes or three bullet. And then the have 18 nodes, so and Ebola. And afterward we will have to 16 nodes and 1 eighth notes or quarter, quarter Whorf though. And then we have one triplet on the eight nodes zones three balled up 12. And the paper that reported. So again, you can divide it to three different measures. At first, the have 16 nodes on line 1600, so it will be von a0 and a1. And then we have 28 nodes, so we clap on the number and the clamp on the end, or e, n. And then we have all 16 nodes, triplets on the 16 node, so it is six claps, bad, bde, k4 lead people lead by e and e. Three for that. 37. Exercise 13 - Counting and Clapping: Run 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s, re boiler to E3 boiler three E for E, m, one E and D, E and 34 and re boiler and vapour. And three 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s repolarize 343 boiler paypal at three boiler 34 M, one e, and the 034 at the end. Boiler. Boiler, they bore the grape or three boiler, three ball, 1233 pilot and one e, And the goal E, G, E n, for n, one e and e dipolar three 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s. And for the dipolar, one is the boiler and the three and the four, E and 38. Exercise 14 - Counting and Clapping: One, 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s, Ebola. And three 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s and 0s. And before that, the dual street, 0s and 1s and 0s and 0s and non e and the don't sleep well at z e one e m e m for the lung e and e, one e and e m, e m e m The three bullet when E m the tape or lead to boiler. 39. Applying rhythms in flamenco guitar: Because so many of you requested this, I decided to make you one more video for this course. And in this video, I'm going to apply all of these three terms that you learned in flamenco guitar. And I'm going to look at two different files setup or it's like means that it's one round in flamenco guitar and four bar usually. And then going to club these three terms for you. And I'm going to teach you how you can play this. And after this lesson, you can learn something like this or something like this. The first exercise will be tangos and the choice, this type of Flamenco, because there are so many determine changes between songs and it sounds really amazing. It is actually in 44, which is not so common because a lot of flamenco is in 12, but this one is in four for that first, I'm going to show you how you can clap and read this kind of freedom. And after we are going to learn the technique as well, Let's see how you can read these three atom. Von e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e n. Now let's do this with the metronome. And I'm only going to do the last two bars because the first three bars at exactly the same, my metronome is on 80 BPM, and I set it to eight node so it's easier to four Lloyd von ET polar, dipolar three e, e and the e m dot a2, a3 E and the foot. Let's do it without counting. Now everybody will be a different court. And the first court via be like an open B major. It is actually a Bb major with an audit flat five. And that's why it sounds a little bit mysterious. And after we have C7, back to the BA major, a major. Now let's have a look at the technique. At first. When you see a square, it means that you need to add the gold paint and go up pay with the ring finger. It is just a little tap with the ring finger. And then the technique can be done in two different ways. At first, they're going to do it with the four stroke shadow. So it means it will be little link, middle index. Then you do the counting. It is E1, E3, Paulette to report that three E and four. Great. Now let's have a look at the last buyer. Then in the last bag we will do like a GoPay, but at the same time you need to go down with a shadow. It is a little bit hard that first because you need to do like an opposite movement. You add like a flick and then you tap 1234 E. And here we have a straight stroke, Roughgarden as well, because it starts on the two 0s. And then on the three it's finishing. So it's 23 E and the middle index, 23134 E. And let's do the same thing, lit or metronome. This was, or bass technique. And now let's do the same thing with some quartz. And after, Let's try to speed this up. Also, it's good to know that you can do the fourth trust Godot in a different way as well. You can do it on a way that you go up with your index finger and you do a street stroke Trotsky Adobe Reader index or 12341234. Now let's move on for us. And I'm going to demonstrate to you first what you can learn. And after we will look at how you can club this and how you can play this. Okay, so at first I'm going to list again the lithium and they are going to learn how you can clamp this one. People are polar to polar a polar through E and D E M, the polar and non-polar and polar the e end up. Now this is a really good exercise because you can practice the clapping and the changing between the trees and the tours. So I'm going to set my metronome up again on 80 BPM. And then I'm going to clap and can't be written for you. Three polar, polar, polar, polar 23 E and the polar and non-polar. And the people are two E m, the three E M. You can practice flipping the twos and the threes and switching between them. You need to be quite good with the clapping before you can go on and do this rhythm on your guitar. Again, we are going to change chords in the bass. So at first we are going to do like I've F-major seventh. So it is like an F, but you have like an open ear. Then we have a C major anonymous image. Then F major seven. Then we have the end, the solar ending. On the E major. We are going to use a technique in the first three bars, which is like a triplet in the flamenco, which means that you go down with these two fingers, so middle and drink. You don't move the hand. And after you do a turn with the trump and you got turned back. So that will be the triplet that you need to switch to a Dan movement than not, it is just done or the fingers and with the tongue tip for that report. Down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, up three polar Dan. And then in the end, the solar ending veal beat. Then you go to the triplet, then you use your ring middle index so you cannot go at bay if you want to on the B string and where you go down with the tongue. So it's like Tom down and you a heap as well. And the last node is with the index. So up, up, up, up. 40. Outro: Thank you so much for taking this course. I really hope it helped you improve your written or you learned how to count and clap. And I also hope that it will encourage you to use more metronome venue at practicing your instrument. Because I really believe metronome was the best thing that I have done for my written over the years. Once I started to introduce it to my play, I recognized that my speed improved, my, my punctuality improved. A lot of things will improve once you start using the metronome. And also, please leave review for this course if you enjoyed it, I would like other people to find it as right. So it would help me greatly. Also, if you're learning to play the detail, please check out my other guitar courses because I have quite a few. If you would like to learn songs than I have songs for Spanish and classical guitar very can learn Twenty-five sons and 17 guitar technique exercises. I also have Spanish guitar strumming techniques, which has 19 different lessons and a lot of exercises to learn. Some ENCO, Roomba, three plaid or some, you know, improve your strumming better perspective that I'm going to show you is the basic Roomba technique. And after this lesson, you will learn something like this. And I also have a soil cores as well, which is called placed solos in Spanish and flamenco guitar. Then we are going to look at some scares that used and oil saw how you can ask somebody term and some spice into your playing, but kind of tricks you can use to sung vector VGA, improvise on the guitar. So, thank you so much again for attending to this course and I hope to see you again in my other courses.