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The time signature is 4/4 and so how can I figure out the value of an eighth note? Sixteenth note?

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  1. In 4/4/ time, a quarter note gets one beat. Since 2/8 equals 1/4, two eighth notes get one beat. Four sixteenth notes get one beat.

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