Re: Do your Hoo-La-La's sound like Polka?


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Posted by MAZ on October 20, 2001 at 10:05:13:

In Reply to: Re: Do your Hoo-La-La's sound like Polka? posted by Shaggy on October 19, 2001 at 16:51:42:

: Tap out a 4/4 beat. (Do it slowly the first time, so you get it right.) Every beat is a quarter note.

: Now, on the first beat of a bar, play the "hoo" note. Make it last a quarter note long (one beat).

: Next, play the first "la" note. Make it about 2/3 as long as the "hoo" note.

: And finally, play the second "la" note. Make it about 1/2 as long as the other, about 1/3 the duration of the "hoo" note.

: So, you have a hoo-la-la that lasts 2 beats or 1/2 a bar. The "hoo" is as long as both "la"s put together, but the "a"s are shuffled, meaning the first one is longer and the second is shorter.

Dude, I totally get it. Thanks a lot for your help. I didn't know what you meant before, but you did a great job explaining it for me. Thanks again.

-MAZ



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