# How many seconds is 16 bars? – Rock N Learn Rap Opening Remarks For Recognition

This will be the last time that I have to deal with that question on this website, so I am going to assume you know the answer already.

If you don’t know (let’s call it an educated guess), I give the answer as “1 second.” But that is not the important part. The important part is that it takes 16 x number of seconds for us to complete one bar. To say “x” is to represent the time needed to make that particular number of jumps (to make the time between bars).

If I say this: ‘1 second’ (or ’16 bars’), how do you use 1 second for ‘x’?

In a very general sense, we can say, in general, that one move takes 16 x number of seconds, or more commonly: ‘in 16 x second’. In practice we all work in seconds, but this concept is not so easy to grasp. This is a nice example to show how one can use math to understand complex numbers in different ways. First of all, let’s talk about the number of seconds.

The term “seconds”, in this context, refers to either one second or the number of 1-stroke intervals. For example there’s no such thing as a second-beat interval in music (although some of us think they are), so I am not going to focus only on “seconds” in this paragraph. Instead, let’s talk about intervals on the beat.

The way a piano sound system actually goes into the music is by going over a beat. The note on the piano (or any other musical instrument) hits this point during the beat of the guitar or bass guitar. The guitar or bass guitar will play another note, or the tone of the guitar, on the same beat. When this happens, each note of the music is repeated. However, the notes aren’t all playing the same note on that beat at the same time. We can refer to each note as an interval (e.g. “7 bar 1”, “7 bar 2”). Now, let’s assume some guitar playing starts at “1 bar 1” (the 1st and 2nd beat of the guitar) and ends at “7 bar 1”. In the piano/or any other kind of music, no one would be able to follow this pattern at all. The piano/or any other kind of music would play something on the beat as an “instant” (the song would be just one bar long). This would

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