Metronome is easy to use for working on your rhythm. This metronome is a ideal tool for working on your tempo and is indispensable when you are learning to play an instrument. This metronome can be used with any instrument including guitar, saxophone, violin, drums, piano and more.
- Able to set the Tempo BPM by swipe up or down
- Able to set tempo range from 20 to 280 BPM
- Able to set background colour from light or dark
- Metronome visual movement help on concentration
- Able to set stress first beat
- Able to set beats per measure from 2 - 12
- 10 sounds effect for selection
- Support both portrait and landscape orientations [iPad only]
Table of basic tempo indications:
Largo [Broadly] 40 – 60 BPM
Lento [Slowly] 52 – 68 BPM
Adagio [Slow (“at ease”)] 60 – 80 BPM
Andante [Moderately slow] 76 – 100 BPM
Moderato [Moderately] 88 – 112 BPM
Allegretto [Somewhat fast] 100 – 128 BPM
Allegro [Fast (joyous)] 112 – 160 BPM
Vivace [Fast & Lively] ~ 140 BPM
Presto [Very fast] 140 – 200 BPM
Prestissimo [Faster than Presto] > 188 BPM
The adjustable tempo range from 20 to 280 BPM. You can swipe up or down for the corresponding tempo (BPM). You can adjust the time signature and choose to accentuate the first beat to help you follow the rhythm easily.
A Classic Metronome visual movement is available to help during work sequences. You can use this tool in music school or home practice to accompany music lessons and exercises.
Composers often use a metronome as a standard tempo reference. They play or sing along to the metronome to derive beats per minute.
Most musicians practice with metronomes to improve timing, especially the ability to stick to a tempo. Metronome practice helps internalize a clear sense of timing and tempo.
A metronome, from ancient Greek μέτρον (métron, "measure") and νέμω (némo, "I manage", "I lead"), is a device that produces an audible click or other sound at a regular interval that can be set by the user, typically in beats per minute (BPM). Musicians use the device to practice playing to a regular pulse. Metronomes typically include synchronized visual motion
*This is a universal app that work for both iPhone and iPad.
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