#1
I am an intermediate self-taught (been playing for roughly 8 months), and the whole time I've been practicing without a metronome.

Now, all the instruction and practise videos and articles I've watched all say DO NOT PRACTISE WITHOUT A METRONOME (they do use cap locks). At first, I didn't have a problem going without a metronome. But lately, I've found keeping a solid rhythm to be difficult. So I decided I should get one. Know any good brands? What is a reasonable price for one? Thanks in advance.


#2
Download an app for your phone.
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#3
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Download an app for your phone.


Bingo

Free and pretty versatile.
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Quote by Cajundaddy
Bingo

Free and pretty versatile.


thats what i use. i have "mobile metronome" on my android. works excellently. free.

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Quote by Will Lane
You can also use a DAW (I use Audacity, free and simple) to program a click track. You could even put in tempo changes if you count the measures out.


i wouldn't waste my time with audacity. if you want to use a daw, use reaper.

but the OP doesn't mention having recording capabilities, which would make it be far fetched and a waste of energy.

if you don't have a phone you can do it on, you can google a metronome and there are some on the computer. or worst case scenario, search on youtube. there are tons on there.
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