#1
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this or not, but does anyone know if there is a place you can get metronome click tracks as mp3 files?

Like you download then and put the on your ipod, and they play clicks at, say, 100bpm for, like, 5 minutes or so? (and you could set it to repeat) I'm asking cause I'd like to listen to the metronome clicks on my ipod which has a rechargeable battery rather than my normal metronome that uses AAAs
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#2
1-Whats Audacity?

2- if its software, will it run on a Mac?
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Thin necks make you play faster because guitars with thin necks sound thin and bad, and you play fast to distract people from the bad tone.
#3
Audacity is a recording software. I'm don't think it'll run on a Mac but I'm not sure.

Either way, since I'm feeling generous, I can make some of the click tracks for you and them email the mp3's or something - just PM me and tell me what all you want.

EDIT: Or since Audacity will run on a Mac, just download it and make the tracks.
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#4
Google it, it should? if not, look up frootyloops or something. you can make a sort of click track there too. hmm.
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#5
go to al guitarchords.com, click on the metronome feature, record it (with audacity or maybe the windows recording porgram) then convert it to acc in itunes and then upload them to your ipod
#6
Alright, I've gotten Audacity to generate a click track at 120 bpm, how do I use/record it into an mpe file?
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Thin necks make you play faster because guitars with thin necks sound thin and bad, and you play fast to distract people from the bad tone.
#7
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Alright, I've gotten Audacity to generate a click track at 120 bpm, how do I use/record it into an mpe file?


File - Export as MP3.
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thats about south africa tho...which isnt poor at all.
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#8
^ahh now I feel like an idiot *smacks forehead*

well it claims I need something called lamelib or something like that so I got it and its exporting now so I hope it works....

It opens in iTunes! yesssss
thanks you guys
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#9
thats cool, usefull tips, im gonna be using this a lot!!
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