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My drummer needs a metronome for his playing. Are there any good metronomes that you can put in your pocket and stick some headphones in and play along? A volume control would be nice to have as well.
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I think most of the digital ones have headphone jacks, my Korg MA-30 does.

Yeah.

So... do you have a really awful drummer or are you playing in some insane 19/7 time signature?
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Yeah.

So... do you have a really awful drummer or are you playing in some insane 19/7 time signature?


Or his drummer could suffer from that strange condition of being human; most people don't have the ability to keep a beat exactly in time and maybe they want their stage act to sound really polished and professional, a metronome for your drummer will do that.
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i have this one made by a company called Cherub i think. it has like a million settings and comes with this awesome headphone.
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Yeah.

So... do you have a really awful drummer or are you playing in some insane 19/7 time signature?


Some drummers like to play perfectly on time, not even the best drummer in the world can do that, and while it might be unnecessary, it can't hurt and it will make the drummer happy.
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Some drummers like to play perfectly on time, not even the best drummer in the world can do that, and while it might be unnecessary, it can't hurt and it will make the drummer happy.

I hear ya, I've just never heard of a drummer doing it in a non- recording situation. Most of my band's songs have significant tempo changes as well, so it wouldn't really work.
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I hear ya, I've just never heard of a drummer doing it in a non- recording situation. Most of my band's songs have significant tempo changes as well, so it wouldn't really work.


I reckon if you looked around at professional drummers you'd find that actually tonnes of them do it live, even if the music is pretty straightforward.
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Pretty smart idea, anytime i see someone in the studio recording they always have the thing going. Would make a good addition to rehearsals as well. Small cramped rooms with a full stack of tube amps at 7-8 can get pretty loud and distracting.

Just one more tool for the tool kit....