Do you understand time signatures well?

Which time signature(s) do you work in?

Which do you think are more sonically/psychologically interesting?

I have decided that from now on, probably 99% of the time, I refuse to work in 4/4 - or at least typical, straight 4/4 where each measure is 4 or 8 bars long - because 4/4 is just boring, typical, predictable and we are all so used to it.

If I work in 4/4 again, then the measures will be of alternating lengths, and rarely 4 or 8 bars long unless I can make THAT unpredictable

Which time signature(s) do you work in?

Which do you think are more sonically/psychologically interesting?

I have decided that from now on, probably 99% of the time, I refuse to work in 4/4 - or at least typical, straight 4/4 where each measure is 4 or 8 bars long - because 4/4 is just boring, typical, predictable and we are all so used to it.

If I work in 4/4 again, then the measures will be of alternating lengths, and rarely 4 or 8 bars long unless I can make THAT unpredictable

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