No, that is the most you can set the swing to. The better notation programs will know what to do. From my readings, shuffle tends to be more strongly swung than regular swing is--I've read that shuffle tends to have its eighth notes in a 3-1 ratio instead of that common regular swing ratio of 2-1.
Or come up with the ratio, then create a title. With me? However, there are subtle differences.
Shuffle refers to a more strict triplet feel, where the note ratio is 2: Swing often comes with an adjective, such as light swing along the lines of 3: Laurence Payne Laurence Payne 34. Shuffle is triplets, pr close to them. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
If it's there, it'll tell you the ratio. Maybe I read that shuffle had a larger ratio than swing from a book, but which one....
Am I understanding this? No swing notation found or you're creating the piece on a DAW? So, if you want Swing, write 'Swing'. Related 0. I think you've mis-read!
Shuffle, however, is much stricter, and will not lose its feel when sped up. This question already has an answer here: Some would find a subtle difference between 'Shuffle' and 'Triplet'.
I use Cubase 8. It varies with tempo and style. Dekkadeci Dekkadeci 5,246 2 13 20. I don't suppose we'll ever stop some publishers using it, but it's inaccurate and, as you say, makes Swing equal to Shuffle. The 'metric modulation' notation you mention clearly demands triplets.
Swing feel - are triplets and 8th note notations rhythmically the same? That's when you use your intuition. This question has been asked before and already has an answer.How To Count 8th Note Triplets - Beginner Drum Lessons
Furthermore in shuffle, there is a much stronger accent on the first note of each triplet.