## How is dotted eighth note delay calculated?

Remember to multiply q by our desired note value to find the delay time—in this case, 3/4 (0.75 on the calculator), because a dotted eighth-note is 3/4 the value of a quarter-note: 666.7 × 0.75 = 500.

### What is dotted 8th note?

The dotted eighth note sustains for three-quarters of a beat. The dotted eighth note consists of an eighth note with a dot positioned close to the notehead.

How many MS is a dotted eighth?

375ms
After entering 120bpm in the above delay time calculator, you then scroll down to the dotted note section. Under eighth notes you see it has a delay time of 375ms.

How long is a dotted eighth rest?

three-quarters
The dotted eighth rest creates silence for three-quarters of a beat. The dotted eighth rest consists of an eighth rest with a dot positioned close to the symbol.

## How long is a dotted eighth?

three-quarters of a
The Dotted Eighth Note in Simple Meter The dotted eighth note sustains for three-quarters of a beat. The dotted eighth note consists of an eighth note with a dot positioned close to the notehead.

### What is a dotted 8th note worth?

Remember: The dot takes half the value of the note. In the case of the dotted quaver (eighth note) this means the dot takes a quarter of a beat. Adding this to the original value of the note (half a beat) we get three quarters of a beat.

How long is a dotted 8th note?

What is a dotted eighth note delay pedal?

A delay pedal that is mimicking a dotted eighth note rhythm is a tempo-based delay. This means your pedal’s timing must be matched with the song or beat that you’re playing along with. Delay pedals measure time in milliseconds (MS).

## How do you make a dotted eighth Echo?

Keeping that tempo in mind, here’s the formula to get the desired dotted-eighth “Cathedral” echo effect. Take 45 and divide by your BPMs (in this case 146), and the answer is your delay setting in milliseconds. 45 divided by 146 =.308, so that’s 308 milliseconds

### What percentage of delay should I set on digital delay?

I use the digital delay a lot because it does not colour the repeated note much. I set my delay settings to: time = dotted 8th note (see picture on the right), feedback = 20%, mix = 47%. There’s no hard and fast rule for this though, it depends alot on your playing style and personal preference.

How do you make a galloping delay effect?

To get a galloping delay effect I use digital delay dotted 8th into analog echo quarter note right before the amp. I use feedback at 10 for both delays (for a single repeat), dotted 8th mix at 70 and quarter note mix at 50.