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-{{Template}}Beat is any of the periodic transient signals in music that mark the [[rhythm]].+{{Template}}
 +Beat is any of the periodic transient signals in music that mark the [[rhythm]].
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 +==Related concepts==
 +*''Afterbeat'' refers to a [[Percussion instrument|percussion]] style where a strong accent is sounded on the second, third and fourth beats of the bar, following the downbeat.
 +*In [[Reggae]] music, the term [[One drop rhythm|''One Drop'']] reflects the complete de-emphasis (to the point of silence) of the first beat in the cycle.
 +*[[James Brown]]’s signature [[funk]] groove emphasized the downbeat – that is, with heavy emphasis "on the one" (the first beat of every measure) – to etch his distinctive sound, rather than the back beat (familiar to many R&B musicians) which places the emphasis on the second beat.
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 +==See also==
 +*[[Break (music)]]
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Beat is any of the periodic transient signals in music that mark the rhythm.

Related concepts

  • Afterbeat refers to a percussion style where a strong accent is sounded on the second, third and fourth beats of the bar, following the downbeat.
  • In Reggae music, the term One Drop reflects the complete de-emphasis (to the point of silence) of the first beat in the cycle.
  • James Brown’s signature funk groove emphasized the downbeat – that is, with heavy emphasis "on the one" (the first beat of every measure) – to etch his distinctive sound, rather than the back beat (familiar to many R&B musicians) which places the emphasis on the second beat.

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