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Interonset interval


In music the interonset interval or IOI is the time between the beginnings or attack-points of successive events or notes, the interval between onsets, not including the duration of the events.[1] For example, two sixteenth notes separated by dotted eighth rest would have the same interonset interval as between a quarter note and a sixteenth note. The concept is often useful for considering rhythms and meters.[1]

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Further reading

  • Oxford, Parncutt and Mc Pherson (ed.)(2002). The Science and Psychology of Music Performance, p. 200-202. ISBN 0-19-513810-4

External links

  • Rhythm and Meter Bibliography and Glossary at the School of Music at Indiana University

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