Why Use Coral Metronome?
Mechanical metronomes are excellent learning devices for practicing tempo,
but they are limited. Mechanical metronomes do not allow for a change in
tempo or for a change in the sound (pitch, intensity, duration, timbre).
Coral Metronome software, however, takes this into account and allows for a change in Tempo
and sound. Finally the musician has the ability to practice entire songs.
Program Coral Metronome to change the tempo and sound!
The ability to program Coral Metronome will allow you to play along with various
musical selections and will provide a dynamic and flexible learning environment.
The ability to change tempo is an important part of playing music and
should be integrated into your practicing. Coral Metronome will change the tempo
automatically during a song allowing you to focus on the music you are playing,
not the metronome settings.
Having Coral Metronome automatically change the sound allows the musician to confirm
the notes, pitches, and tempo that were played, as if playing along with a
teacher. Not only is it more advantageous from a learning point of view,
it also makes learning more exciting.
Coral Metronome is completely versatile allowing you to program and save:
For example, the first measure could have 4 beats playing
at 60 beats per minute. It would repeat itself twice and
play the note 'A' for sound. The second measure would
double the tempo. It would still have 4 beats, but would
change the beats per minute to 120. It would not repeat
itself and play the note 'D.' For additional information
on programming Coral Metronome please see the
Meter Signature help topic.
- Beats per measure
- Beats per minute
- Number of times to repeat each measure
- Sound file to play
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