16th-note Rhythm Cards Resource

and free downloadable reference sheet

For several years now I’ve used and loved a set of “flashcard” patterns created by D’Net Layton over at Layton Music.

There are two sets:

  1. Dotted Quarter Note Rhythm Cards
  2. 16th Note Rhythm Cards

 

The latter set introduces 16th note patterns in a lovely progressive manner with 6 sets of color-coded patterns.

Download this set of flashcards here.

 

Free Reference Sheet

While I have always kept the sets bundled separately, I always find myself searching for which set to do first.

Today, I decided to take a few minutes to create a nice little reference sheet. It also makes it nice to see how the various patterns are introduced and then combined in a progressive manner.

Isn’t it pretty? 🙂

 

 


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