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Old 08-29-2005, 05:16 AM
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hey guys, i know this probly isnt like a topic similar to wats going on in these forums, but i need to ask all u a ques and if u can answer plz do. Im searching for an extremely extremely precise professional metronome. i dont care if its electronic or whatever. Ive seen seikos, wittners, dr beats, but i just cant decide so im comin hear for help, plz tell me your experiences and opinions etc. thanx alot
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I heard about this loaded with quality sounds and drum patterns to make your practice sessions less mundane and more musical. There's a Rhythm Coach function with an onboard mic, but no more idea about this.
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i think you should look forward for it on m,myspace there are lots of music artist there the ywill help you to find out about metronomes
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Old 01-29-2011, 01:05 PM
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A metronome is a device that produces in general, ticks metric. These ticks are a solid, regular pulse and some phonetic metronomes also synchronized visual motion. Metronome back in the early 19th century.
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I found out is loaded with quality sounds and drum patterns to make your practice sessions less mundane and more musical. There's a Rhythm Coach function with an onboard microphone, but no idea about it. Metronome again goes back to early 19th century. Metronome as a tool for music.
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A metronome is any accessory that produces regular, alike ticks settable in beats per minute. These ticks represent a fixed, approved aural pulse; some metronomes as well cover synchronized beheld motion. In the 20th aeon and esp. today the metronome is about absolutely admired in Europe and Western culture.
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No, actually I never listened to music by Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji. He seems to be a very interesting modern composer... I'll check it out!
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hey guys, i know this probly isnt like a topic similar to wats going on in these forums, but i need to ask all u a ques and if u can answer plz do. Im searching for an extremely extremely precise professional metronome. i dont care if its electronic or whatever. Ive seen seikos, wittners, dr beats, but i just cant decide so im comin hear for help, plz tell me your experiences and opinions etc. thanx alot


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