#1
Someone posted this in another thread and I cannot believe how much this has helped me with rhythm already.

So useful I figured I'd start a thread so everyone can access it.

(And no, I'm not being paid by the online metronome industry).

http://advanced.bestmetronome.com/
#3
Quote by grushka
Someone posted this in another thread and I cannot believe how much this has helped me with rhythm already.

So useful I figured I'd start a thread so everyone can access it.

(And no, I'm not being paid by the online metronome industry).

http://advanced.bestmetronome.com/



Pretty cool.

I use this one...


http://www.metronomeonline.com/

simple to use.
shred is gaudy music
#5
Quote by GuitarMunky
Pretty cool.

I use this one...


http://www.metronomeonline.com/

simple to use.


That's what I used before, but it gives you no understanding of how real beats sound in music. Basically this is a drum machine but much easier to use than other ones I've seen online or elsewhere.

This is crucial for me to hear what a real drum sequence sounds like rather than pure metronome pulses.
#6
Quote by grushka
That's what I used before, but it gives you no understanding of how real beats sound in music.


Sure it does. A beat is a beat. personally I prefer it simple like this. When Im focusing on rhythm & time..... all I want is the click. When I want to play to a drummer I'll play to a drummer.... or use EZ drummer.

Quote by grushka

Basically this is a drum machine but much easier to use than other ones I've seen online or elsewhere.


yeah, its pretty cool!

Quote by grushka

This is crucial for me to hear what a real drum sequence sounds like rather than pure metronome pulses.


A disagree that its crucial, though it is nice to have that option.
shred is gaudy music
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Jul 5, 2010,
#7
Quote by grushka
This is crucial for me to hear what a real drum sequence sounds like rather than pure metronome pulses.


Well...it doesn't produce an accurate drum beat either since you can't layer it like a real drummer would, so you might as well have a click...and besides, I practice drums to a click so it shouldn't be any harder to play guitar with one--basically, if you CAN play to a regular click then by all means use what you prefer, but if you can't you might wanna consider whether or not you can actually play in time