#1
grrr im to frustrated to use the search bar so sorry in advance

anyways im trying to improve on my timing but this damn metrenome is starting to sh!t me right off.

any tips on keeping in time with the metrenome? suggest tempo for starting out? anything?

thanks
#4
Quote by Martindecorum
start on the lowest then increase by 10... once it is failed decrease by 5 then repeat..


i do that. but its to damn slow i cant find the write time to play.

im supposed to play two notes inbetween each click of the metrenome.
#5
so change the beat of the metronome to an eigth note system if possible so then u will be playing on the clikc to avoid confusion
#6
^ then take of the click in between to see if you can do it without it so you can get better timing, also you dont have to tap with your foot if its too fast to tap, or if it messes you up
#7
Quote by the_poison125
i do that. but its to damn slow i cant find the write time to play.

im supposed to play two notes inbetween each click of the metrenome.


If you can't play it at the slowest, then you can't play it faster either. It's really hard playing so slow, yeah, but it helps a lot.
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#8
Slowest playing teaches you the mistakes your making. on fast it just gets lost....
So yeah if you're starting out then slowest will make you hear your mistakes
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#10
Quote by Avedas
To add to all this, count out loud. Helps tenfold.


hmm ok thanks.

its just my metrenome is realy cheap. it dosnt have a diferent pitch for the start of the bar which i found helped me alot when using my guitar teachers metrenome