• (adj): Stressing a normally weak beat.

Some articles on syncopated:

History Of Elementary Algebra - Diophantine Algebra
... for powers of numbers, relationships, and operations thus he used what is now known as syncopated algebra ... The main difference between Diophantine syncopated algebra and modern algebraic notation is that the former lacked special symbols for operations, relations, and exponentials ... A literal symbol-for-symbol translation of Diophantus's syncopated equation into a modern symbolic equation would be the following and, to clarify, if the modern parentheses and plus are used then the above ...
Skerik - Discography
2001 Psychochromatic (Skerik Music) 2002 Skerik's Syncopated Taint Septet (Ropeadope Records) 2002 Black Frames Solarallergy (independent) 2004 Crack Sabbath Bar Slut (Independent) 2006 Left For ...
... Play Placing this rhythm in a 2/4 measure, it obtains a strongly syncopated character from the sustained note which replaces an articulated one on the first quarter of the second beat ... a so-called orthographic notation, which gives an impression of the syncopated character ... Play Like the clave, this forms a pair of measures, syncopated and unsyncopated ...
Syncopated Drumming
... Syncopated drumming is a style of drumming which is very popular in Southern California, mainly the city of Long Beach ... Band (California), the Last Generation of Syncopated Drummers (California), and the Last Regiment of Syncopated Drummers (Portland, OR) ...
Syncopated City
... Syncopated City is fourth studio album and sixth album overall by liquid funk act London Elektricity ... LP release lacks "South Eastern Dream", "Attack Ships on Fire", "Outnumbered" and "Syncopated City Revisited" tracks, but has a unique song named "Maybe I Was Wrong ...

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