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* ''VideoGame/AdventureStory'': A speaker and green this is used to represent the music and sound options in the Options menu.


* The parrot VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Chatot, normally associated with sound and music, has a head in the shape of an eighth note.

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* The parrot VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Chatot, normally associated with sound and music, has a head in the shape of an eighth note.



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* ''VideoGame/TheHeartPumpsClay'': One of the [[https://rpgmaker.net/media/content/games/6541/screenshots/HeartScreen7.png official screenshots]] is of TalkingAnimal Crow's lines, which are bracketed by eighth notes, and are mocking the listener, so it's implied to be in a singsong-y tone of mockery.



* Averted in ''WebComic/SWAPEnsemble'', in which music is represented with proper notation. If music is not properly represented, it is shown as just the staff rather than as just eighth notes.

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* Averted in ''WebComic/SWAPEnsemble'', ''Webcomic/SWAPEnsemble'', in which music is represented with proper notation. If music is not properly represented, it is shown as just the staff rather than as just eighth notes.

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* ''Webcomic/EnsignSueMustDie'': In ''[[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/comics-display.php?strip_id=1532 Ensign Two: The Wrath of Sue 24]]'', a whistle is represented by a pair of eighth notes sharing a flag.


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* A gag in ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' involves an {{Earworm}} Jon inadvertently gave to Garfield. The Earworm's represented by a single eighth note.

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* A gag in ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' involves an {{Earworm}} EarWorm Jon inadvertently gave to Garfield. The Earworm's represented by a single eighth note.



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* Averted in ''WebComic/SWAPEnsemble'', in which music is represented with proper notation. If music is not properly represented, it is shown as just the staff rather than as just eighth notes.

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** In addition, music-related attacks such as Sing, Grass Whistle and Perish Song are usually depicted this way.

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* Subverted in the Chuck Jones cartoon "WesternAnimation/HighNote" which has fun anthropomorphizing all the various types of notation (turning a rest sign into a dog, for instance).


* Variation: In Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s ''VideoGame/{{Popeye}}'' ArcadeGame, the second level has Popeye collecting sixteenth notes from Olive Oyl.

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* Variation: In Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s ''VideoGame/{{Popeye}}'' ArcadeGame, UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, the second level has Popeye collecting sixteenth notes from Olive Oyl.



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* ''VideoGame/EverybodyEdits'' has note blocks, which are all eight notes. Granted, it's the only ''type'' of note that can be played.


* In ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'', the Magenta Wisp resembles an Eighth note. In addition, its Wisp power turns Sonic into one and allows him to climb notation bars as if he's [[FollowTheBouncingBall following the bouncy ball]].

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* In ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'', the Magenta Wisp resembles an Eighth eighth note. In addition, its Wisp power turns Sonic into one and allows him to climb notation bars as if he's [[FollowTheBouncingBall following the bouncy ball]].



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* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' has the Magical Harp, a weaponized harp that fires projectiles that graphically resemble eighth notes when playing it.





* Variation: In Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' ArcadeGame, the second level has Popeye collecting sixteenth notes from Olive Oyl.

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* Variation: In Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Popeye}}'' ArcadeGame, the second level has Popeye collecting sixteenth notes from Olive Oyl.


In drawn fiction, when someone plays an instrument or sings or whistles, the music is "seen" as eighth notes (AKA quavers), regardless of what's being played or sung. Mostly a single eighth note with the stem up, but there can be the occasional two eighth notes sharing a flag.

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In drawn fiction, when someone plays an instrument or sings or whistles, the music is "seen" as eighth notes (AKA quavers), regardless of what's being played or sung. Mostly a single eighth note with the stem up, but there can be the occasional two pair of eighth notes sharing a flag.



** One of the miniboss Mr. Tick-Tock's attacks involve sending eighth notes towards Kirby. [[TacticalSuicideBoss Kirby needs use these notes to attack him if he fights him without a copy ability.]] Mr. Tick-Tock is an example of this trope because he gives the Mike ability upon being inhaled (a copy ability that involves Kirby "singing" into three different types of microphones).

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** One of the miniboss Mr. Tick-Tock's attacks involve sending eighth notes towards Kirby. [[TacticalSuicideBoss Kirby needs to use these notes to attack him if he fights him Mr. Tick-Tock without a copy ability.]] Mr. Tick-Tock is an example of this trope because he gives the Mike ability upon being inhaled (a copy ability that involves Kirby "singing" into three different types of microphones).




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* The parrot VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Chatot is normally associated with sound and music. As such, it's design takes inspiration from music in addition to being a parrot (an animal also associated with music). The example of this trope comes with the fact that its head is the shape of an eighth note

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* The parrot VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Chatot is Chatot, normally associated with sound and music. As such, it's design takes inspiration from music in addition to being music, has a parrot (an animal also associated with music). The example of this trope comes with the fact that its head is in the shape of an eighth notenote.

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