#1
I like useing a metrognome. Would it be benificial to use one to get fast parts down. I've onlyused it for scale runs. What else can u use one for?
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#4
Quote by tenfold
It's spelled metronome. and as FunkMonk said, you can pretty much use it with anything. It's just a beat.

If you're going to bag his spelling then at least bag all of the mistakes.
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#5
Quote by GaijinFoot
If you're going to bag his spelling then at least bag all of the mistakes.

The other parts are pretty minor, or used for ease of typing, like "u."
But adding extra letters to a word multiple times I felt I should correct him.
#6
Quote by tenfold
It's spelled metronome. and as FunkMonk said, you can pretty much use it with anything. It's just a beat.

Haha, I actually like the image metrognome conjures. Makes me think of a little gnome that keeps time for you :P
Speed is a by-product of shut the fuck up.
#8
metronomes are very useful at training you to keep in time, but that all becomes useless when you jam with someone who cant keep time worth a damn! delt with one drummer who hopped up and down on tempo like mad and it was a pain in the rear keeping time against him. if anything drummers need to practice more with a metronome than anyone else:P

i use a metronome styled beat in FL Studio when doing warmups and exercises.
#11
Quote by BasementCat
Metrognome? My first thought was "metrosexual gnome."

Nah, it's a gnome who lives in the French underground!