Here's how you can convert triplets in 4/4 meter to 12/8.
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2 thoughts on “Converting 4/4 Triplets To 12/8”
hey graham, how did u come up with the tempo number chaange? and is are formulas for figuring those out?
I just figured out the math. I needed to fit 3 eighth notes into a beat instead of 2. So what would I need to multiply by 2 to get the answer of 3? 1.5