I just can’t ……….
That still doesn’t notate a shuffle or a swing pattern , I’m no expert but doesn’t a shuffle land on 1st and 3rd partial ?surely you've seen the standard jazz ride swing pattern written like this? It's almost always written like this?
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Doesn't have to be, of course. Lots of times people just aren't going to put the time into writing in rests for the skipped triplet or writing it as dotted 8ths and 16ths. I sure wouldn't. You just know it's supposed to be swung and you play it that way.
From my days of reading charts, the composer would indicate "swing" or "straight" at the top of the page. If marked "swing" your example would definitely be a shuffle.I think notated examples are partially why we're even talking about this. Someone puts something in a book, and then it's gospel. Seems to me it's more how something is played than a specific beat. Here's a notated example to explain what I mean:
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This is both a really driving straight ahead rock beat AND a double shuffle.