The measure is in 4/4.
I wrote in 4 16ths, followed by a half note.
When you fill in rests…
It should be a quarter rest.
I know I’ve written a lot of this piece in 7/8, but I assure you, this measure is in 4/4.
Learn to math.
user who cannot afford sibelius
- Bender: Hey robot, what's your serial number?
- Flexo: 3370318.
- Bender: No way, mine's 2716057!
- (robot laughter)
- Fry: I don't get it.
- Bender: We're both expressible as the sum of two cubes!
…While…taking a design course [my instructor] passed by me as I was laboring over a design project…. “Have you solved it yet?” he asked. That was when I realized that the essence of art was applied problem-solving…
[Let me point out how] completely erroneous [many popular] ideas about success in the arts are: as if one somehow either was born with the ability to play the violin or not. Talent plays a role, but time-on-task is the great determiner of achievement in playing an instrument and in doing mathematics. These arts are mastered at the cost of sweat, and their practice is not easy.” —An anonymous commenter on Lockhart’s Lament (via isomorphismes)