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Good metronome app ??

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Matej bassplay, Dec 20, 2013.


  1. Matej bassplay

    Matej bassplay

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    Hello guys, Im new here. Just have bought my first smartphone adnwould like to take an advantage of it to install some good metronome app. What I really look for is the app where the metronome can be programmed to play for instance 4 bars with 2nd beats only and next 4 bars just 4th beats. And metronome range from 20 bpm. Any idea? Thanks a lot.
     
  2. oneday

    oneday

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    Portland, OR
    I use Tempo and Dr.Betotte. Betotte has a number of settings and selections. Tempo isn't bad either, but haven't played too much with it other than basic qtr notes
     
  3. RxFunk

    RxFunk

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    There's an app called smartchord that has a tuner, metronome, chords, and scales. It works pretty good. The metronome goes from 15-300bpm
     
  4. markjsmithbass

    markjsmithbass Supporting Member

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    I always use Tempo. Done everything I've needed it for.
     
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  6. ics1974

    ics1974

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    Get DM1 it's basically a drum machine and you can program any beat you want. Tempo is great too
     
  7. davidhilton

    davidhilton

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    Check out "time guru"
     
  8. Belgand

    Belgand

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    I was a fan of Mobile Metronome for a while, but eventually found it wasn't as flexible as I would like. A few months back I started using Drummer's Metronome and while it also has some problems I find that it does a much better job of letting me dial in what I want. In particular the ability to easily mute beats so I can practice playing with just the off-beat.
     
  9. Gaius46

    Gaius46

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    Another vote for Tempo. It's really a good little metronome.

    If you want something that's a little more drum machine like and easy to use Metronomics is a good one.
     
  10. p0k

    p0k I play the bass and design things. Supporting Member

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    Brockton, MA
    I use Tempo
     
  11. rtslinger

    rtslinger

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    Belleville,New Jersey USA
    +1 on smartChord
     

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