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Definition for: Time signature (asymmetrical)

Bars in which the beats can't be divided into equal groups of two, three or four beats. Examples of asymmetrical time signatures include 5/4, 13/8 and 7/4. These create more unusual and disjointed compositions. They are used in jazz, progressive rock and can be incorporated into other genres like alternative rock.

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Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
rock Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Douglas Showalter Douglas Showalter
rock Douglas Showalter Douglas Showalter
rock Lee Wanner Lee Wanner
country J.D. Jarrell J.D. Jarrell
rock Lee Wanner Lee Wanner
rock Lee Wanner Lee Wanner
rock Henrik Linde Henrik Linde
acoustic Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
rock Douglas Showalter Douglas Showalter
rock Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
rock Andy Gurley Andy Gurley
rock Andy Gurley Andy Gurley
acoustic Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
rock Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
acoustic Caren Armstrong Caren Armstrong
metal Lee Wanner Lee Wanner
rock Tom Finch Tom Finch
funk & soul Mike Olekshy Mike Olekshy
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen