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  1. Glad this helped. It's what I do for a living,...

    Glad this helped. It's what I do for a living, helping producers out with understanding music theory.

    Here's a link to a free download that helps you figure out all the major and minor triads plus...
  2. In "Regular Time" back beats are on 2 & 4. In...

    In "Regular Time" back beats are on 2 & 4. In "Half Time" back beats are on beat 3. In "Double Time" back beats are on the up beats or the "&" of each beat.

    Most current hip hop "Trap", Future...
  3. I would look at this song as in the Key of Bb...

    I would look at this song as in the Key of Bb minor/Db major. A# minor is not incorrect but you have to mess with all the enharmonic spelling (B# C, E# F). With Db/Bbm there are 5 flats. You are...
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    Hi Laocorn, The Db dorian would be the same as...

    Hi Laocorn,

    The Db dorian would be the same as Cb major (Cb Db Eb Fb Gb Ab Bb), which would enharmonically be the same a B major (B C# D# E F# G# A#).

    Let's look at it as B major (Cb can be a...
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    Hi Dawe897, it depends on the genre....

    Hi Dawe897,

    it depends on the genre. Especially with todays hip hop (beat making). The music can sometimes have a very loose structure and it's up to the artist to spit that fire how they see fit....
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    Hi Jake, "Regular Time" is where the back...

    Hi Jake,

    "Regular Time" is where the back beats are on beats 2 and 4. Usually represented by the snare or clap. And the main kicks are on beats 1 and 3. (Most music)

    "Double Time" is is where...
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