Metronome, with Tuner and mini Recorder. Very simple to handle. The best choice for musician who has no mastership on computer .
An instrument consisting of a short pendulum with a sliding weight. It is set in motion by clockwork, and serves to measure time in music.
The first successful apparatus to show the precise tempo of a piece was not invented until 1816. Beethoven was the first noted composer to use it.
Mechanical (or, today, electrical) device that ticks (or blinks) out regular tempos from about 40 to 208 beats per minute.
a pendulum-like instrument dating from the early 19th century, used to regularize and measure tempo.
Adjustable mechanical or electronic device which audibly indicates tempo. Some electronic versions may indicate beats per minute (bpm).
clicking pendulum indicates the exact tempo of a piece of music
a device, either mechanical or electronic, used to keep a steady beat for musical prac
a device for regulating time in the performance of music
a device musicians use to maintain tempo
a device similar to a mechanical clock or, in case of the electronic version, to a household buzzer
a device that produces a regular pulse , usually used to keep a beat steady in musical rehearsal
a device that produces a strict rhythm
a device used in the music industry
a device used to mark time by means of regularly recurring ticks or flashes at adjustable intervals
a device you use to learn timing
a gadget which generates "ticks" or "peeps" at specified intervals
a good idea to help keep the tempo stable
a mechanical device designed to keep perfect time
a mechanical device used by musicians to help them count while they practice
an essential tool for a musician
an instrument that marks exact time (it clicks) so musicians can keep their beat
an instrument with a sliding weight on a pendulum which can be adjusted so that the instrument will tick faster or slower
a simple device that keeps a set beat
a simple device that keeps the time by creating a regular beat
a simple gadget which emits a steady click at a speed which you determine
a small electronic device that beeps at whatever speed you set it to
a time keeping device
a timing device used by musicians
A mechanical or electronic device used for sounding a steady beat at various rates of speed.
Device used to indicate the tempo by sounding regular beats at adjustable speeds.
A mechanical device that clicks out a desired tempo (beat). The numbers on a metronome indicate how many times it clicks per minute. (I highly recommend practicing with a metronome. Tapping your foot with the beat is extremely important. If you don't own a metronome, still tap your foot to the beat. This helps to build solid rhythmic sense.)
a device or software function that produces a discrete pulse. Used to synchronize music with a specific tempo.
Invented by Maelzel in 1816, the instrument is used to indicate the exact tempo of a composition. An indication such as M.M. 60 indicates that the pendulum, with a weight at the bottom, makes 60 beats per minute. A slider is moved up and down the pendulum to decrease and increase the tempo. M.M. = 80 means that the time value of a quarter note is the equivalent of one pendulum beat when the slider is set at 80.
A metronome is a device that produces a regulated pulse, usually used to keep a beat steady in musical compositions.