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shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 14:19 | Quote
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The 24th caprice by Niccolo Paganini? If so, what is the tempo?
Guitarslinger124  
16 Feb 2008 14:26 | Quote
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i think its played at a fast tempo...but it may sound good played slow also...
shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 14:59 | Quote
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yeah, but like i want to play it with the metronome, so thats why I asked. But thanks i like playing it fast, personally.
deefa  
16 Feb 2008 17:17 | Quote
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Will this help?

shredguitar17  
16 Feb 2008 23:45 | Quote
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No becuase theres no drums or bass to hear the tempo, but thank you! and this is a really great video, it isn't paganini, but i think this is igor stravinsky.
KicknGuitar  
17 Feb 2008 02:39 | Quote
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One doesn't need bass or drums. Open your ears! If it required that to have a tempo, this video wouldn't exist. How do you think they are even playing it without it now? The piano actually helps. If you listen to the intro you can hear (and see) him playing something like vivace, maybe around 140bpm. The slower parts are cut in half, but still hold similar structure.
In fact, you could have counted! the easiest and quickest way (if you're decent at math) is to count how many beats within 15 seconds, then multiply that by 4 (15seconds times 4 equals 60seconds, one minute) you get the number of Beats-Per-Minute, bpm.

If you don't mind numbers or understand this one, just count the beats within 5seconds, then multiply by twelve.

Each count will vary your results, and if averaged, can produce a more accurate number, at least I'd assume.
GuitarBoy666  
17 Feb 2008 11:15 | Quote
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Is this Math Class or a Guitar site, Kickn?
Lol nah just kiddin'
I learned something like what you explained too.
tAUG  
17 Feb 2008 12:53 | Quote
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KicknGuitar says:
One doesn't need bass or drums. Open your ears!

Totally agree, just listen to the music and then you'll have the rythm. And therefrom you just match the metronome?
Guitarslinger124  
17 Feb 2008 19:00 | Quote
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i think its at 140bpm...i could be wrong...but i was lookin around and i think its 140.


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