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Posts posted by Isla.

  1. 1 hour ago, December02 said:

    Sure! So 4/4 is what most pop songs are and they have 4 beats (4 quarter notes) in a measure. So when you're tapping along to it you can count 1-2-3-4 within one measure and that patterns remains through the song. With like private show for example, it's 6/8 time so there are 6 eigth notes that are divided into two sets of 3. So you can count 1-2-3 1-2-3 in one measure and that pattern continues. There are other types of time signatures, but I was just wondering if anybody knows others that aren't the standard 4/4. Sorry if I butchered the explanation. 

    Still confused haha. I never did well in music at school. :calculating:

  2. Is it really Ready For It? I actually really like that song, which is a first for Taylor because I've never really cared for her music in the past. But whenever I listen to that song I always associate it with sporting events, maybe because she previewed it during an American football game and it has that 'baby let the games begin' line at the end, so I feel like the video for that song would be more appropriate if it was filmed in a stadium or something like that. Also isn't it only a promo single?

    It's cool she came to my city and filmed the video in a kebab shop though nnnn

  3. 27 minutes ago, Million Billion said:

    That's what a forum is for, to educate those uneducated :mattafact:

    It was me, Im the OP and I was looking back at my own threads and I found out I didn't reply to some comments so I did it. :giggleney: Don't make drama, just join us if you want to :bigkiss:

    Haha I'm sorry, I totally missed your post! :) On topic: When I Found You is such a sweet ballad. In fact all of the bonus tracks on Britney are really good. I can see what you mean about Better sounding like WIFY at the beginning.