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Septuplet Permutations – Diving Deep Into an Odd Subdivision
Aaron Edgar On 26th Apr 2017
I find that the best way to become proficient with a new subdivision is to isolate each partial within the grouping and then combine the partial with all of the other available notes in the subdivision. Using triplets as an example, you can play the first, second, or third note; the three different combinations of two of the notes; and all or none of the notes. This gives us a total of eight variations.