Rhythm noun - The recurrent pattern formed by a series of sounds having a regular rise and fall in intensity.
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Tempo is a synonym for rhythm in beat topic. In some cases you can use "Tempo" instead a noun "Rhythm", when it comes to topics like pattern. popular alternative
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- It really shows in the music toward the end, the waltz is increasingly discordant in its harmony and disjointed in its rhythm and tempo, and the ending is left unresolved.
Source: Music / Maurice Ravel
- Mickey Mousing: Even though his movies were silent, Chaplin would always have someone playing an instrument like the violin on the set so a tempo and rhythm for the scenes could be established, and then a separate score could be played to the film later on.
Source: Creator / Charlie Chaplin
- Any rhythm game that expresses tempo changes to the player (that is, has the targets coming in at the speed of the song instead of at a fixed consistent speed) is bound to show off with a few songs like this.
Source: Stop and Go
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