What is another word for demisemiquaver?

Pronunciation: [dɪmˈa͡ɪsmɪkwˌe͡ɪvə] (IPA)

Demisemiquaver is a musical term that represents a 32nd note. It is a short, quick note that is most commonly used in musical notation. There are several synonyms for demisemiquaver depending on the context it is used in. Some of the synonyms include thirty-second note, biscroma, demi-semi-quaver, and quarter-sixty-fourth note. These terms are used interchangeably in different parts of the world. In modern music, the use of technology has made it possible to program and play intricate rhythms that include demisemiquavers with ease. However, a working knowledge of music notation and terminology is still essential for anyone who wishes to communicate effectively with other musicians.

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Usage examples for Demisemiquaver

Remember, you've got to begin on the demisemiquaver at the end of the bar-only not too staccato, remember-and allow for the pause.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan
Not lose a demisemiquaver.
"Ulysses"
James Joyce

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