In order to ensure that your music matches your routine, we have provided 8-Count Sheets for you to download and print out. We then take your 8-Count Sheets and match them to correspond with the music. Videos are also useful, as it is sometimes difficult to describe a dance for example. We have provided two separate types of 8-Count Sheets for you to choose from. In our years of experience we have come to learn that some choreographers like to use 8-Count Sheets that are little different than what other choreographers might use. So we have created two different styles for you to download. Style 1 is a single sheet that lists up to 50 8-counts and an intro. Not as much room to get descriptive, but there is no need for more than one sheet. Style 2 is a sheet that lists up to 10 8-counts and gives much more room to get descriptive.
Free 8 Count Sheets
H ere you can download free 8 count sheets brought to you by cheermusicallstars. Not only do we have the best looking 8 count sheets, we find these to be the most functional and easiest to use as well. We wish to provide you all the tools necessary for accomplishing a great cheer mix. If you thought our free 8 count sheets were good, just wait until you hear our premade cheer music! A powerful cheer mix with flashy sound FX and uplifting voiceovers.
An 8-count sheet is a textual representation of your choreography that can be used by a music producer to place sound effects and music at just the right moments throughout your routine. An 8-count sheet looks much like an Excel document, with 46 rows of 8-counts for a mix or routine, and 27 8-counts for a routine. Each row going across represents an 8-count just like you count at practice , and each of those 8 boxes is one beat of music as you travel from left to right. Along the left-hand column of the sheet, there is space to describe each section of the routine, and in the notes section there is space to write which songs you want to use for each part of the routine. Before you complete the 8-count sheet, we suggest you take a video of your team performing the routine and then play back the recording while counting very slowly. You will need to repeat the same 8-count a few times to note where each action is happening.
Ah, the 8-count sheet. A simple, but incredibly helpful tool for coaches, choreographers, and of course, cheer music people. You can also use your sheets to help you make changes to your routine. A routine is typically 27 8-counts, and a is around 46 meaning it ends on There isn't much more of an introduction, so let's get started!