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What's the rhythm/timing here?

erica-grace

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Sorry for the deleted link - SC deleted it, claiming copyright infringement. Which it isn't - it fair use.

Here it is:

[AUDIOPLUS=https://vi-control.net/community/attachments/swhite-mp3.15655/][/AUDIOPLUS]
 
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erica-grace

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SC deleted it, claiming copyright infringement. Which it isn't - it is fair use.

[AUDIOPLUS=https://vi-control.net/community/attachments/swhite-mp3.15655/][/AUDIOPLUS]

Also - does that sound like one horn, or two? Or more?
 

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hawpri

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Sounds like a solo horn to me, too. The tempo feels like it's around 70 (at 72bpm things more or less lined up to divisions of measures in Logic), but that guess could deceptively helpful since I couldn't determine a meter that seemed correct.
 
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erica-grace

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Thank you both. :)

Timing? There is no mathematic timing here, but much feelings to a scene, pictures
Math - am not looking for math! :)

As for the scene - it's just two movie logos.

Here is the horn (ok, solo horn) in 3/4 and then 4/4 at 72. It works in spots, but then doesn't.

[AUDIOPLUS=https://vi-control.net/community/attachments/3-4-mp3.15770/][/AUDIOPLUS]

[AUDIOPLUS=https://vi-control.net/community/attachments/4-4-mp3.15771/][/AUDIOPLUS]
 

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rrichard63

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It's not locked very tightly to the beat. But, at the same time, it doesn't stray far enough from 72 bpm to be called rubato. Is there a term for that?

Also, is there a term for playing without, or almost without, accents?
 
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