#1
Ive seen loads of videos about speeding up my playing in youtube and stuff, they all say USE A METRANOME! But exactly how do i use one:

do i just play on each click?
#4
Its basically an electronic drum machine
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its like a straight 4 count or 3 count rhythm so you keep all of your notes in time and not like some cracked up jack ass
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#7
What you wanna do is get comfortable playing something in time, start at a comfortable pace where you can play exactly what you want in time. Then gradually speed it up.
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Quote by Twixted
Ive seen loads of videos about speeding up my playing in youtube and stuff, they all say USE A METRANOME! But exactly how do i use one:

do i just play on each click?


A metronome marks the basic tempo of a song by a precise click. Generally the
click falls exactly on the downbeat. With an uncluttered, precise click providing
a steady tempo that doesn't speed up or slow down, you can work on your
timing.

If you don't know what note timings are -- like 1/4 notes, 1/8 notes, etc... and time
signatures, you really won't understand how to use a metronome.