How To Use Coral Metronome
What is Coral Metronome
Coral Metronome is a tool used by musicians to practice all types of music, from
scales, to symphonies, to rock and roll songs.. Coral Metronome marks specific
time intervals with audio and/or visual signals and signals to the musician when
specific musical notes should be played.
Main Screen Controls
Figure 1. displays the Coral Metronome window. The
Speed Bar contains controls for quickly adjusting and changing Coral Metronome
while the Main Menu contains controls that
pertain to the functionality of Coral Metronome.
Coral Metronome Files
Each part of Coral Metronome may be saved to a disk, permitting musicians to save
one file for each song, scale, or progression they are practicing. Coral Metronome also
has a Reopen feature under the File menu for a quick and easy way of switching between
songs. To Open, Save, or Reopen Coral Metronome files, please reference the
File menu item. Coral Metronome also contains a complete
octave of sample sound files.
Coral Metronome contains several sample files that you may select which change beats per minute as
well as the audio file. From within the File menu item please click Open and select
a 'Sample' file.
Programming Coral Metronome
Coral Metronome allows musicians to program songs, scales, and progressions. The ability to
program Coral Metronome to change the beats per minute and sound file is a key feature to
help musicians practice music. Please reference
Meter Signature under the Options menu item.
|Figure 1. Coral Metronome Main Window||Figure 2. Speed Bar Legend