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Online metronome for drummers

A metronome is a device that is necessary for practicingdrummerson a drum kit (as well as other musicians), to develop an internal sense of time. The metronome produces beats that the musician must hit rhythmically. The tempo on the metronome is measured in BPM (beats per minute). A tempo of 60 BPM (beats per minute) is one beat per second, and 120 BPM is two beats per second.

By practicing on an instrument under meter, you will notice that in the future you will play more clearly and evenly without a metronome.  You need to practice the drums with a metronome both at a slow tempo and gradually increasing the tempo to a fast tempo. When learning complex rhythms or fills, the metronome should be set at a slow tempo, and accelerated as you master the musical material. You can also use it in live performances and recording studios to get a smoother playing experience.


Using a metronome in practice

INSelect the tempo using the slider, or use the arrows on the sides (left and right) for finer adjustments. By pressing the central tempo button, the metronome starts.

At the top you can select the time signature of 4/4, 3/4, 2/4  2/2, etc. Near In the Drawing tab, select note durations or another rhythmic basis. For example, shuffle, or triplets.

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