Connecting the traditional notation for musical rhythms with their sounds is a key part of rhythm ear training.

If you want rhythmic notation audio examples, you can try the Rhythm Puzzles game from Theta Music Trainer, or learn how to use music production software like Apple’s Garageband to do rhythm ear training to perfectly suit you.

Similar questions answered on this page:

  • How can I connect the sound of rhythms to traditional score notation?
  • How do you know what written rhythms sound like?
  • How do rhythm aural skills connect to music notation?

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