The user interface is really "simple" and "well thought"... A killer metronome!Apps4iDevices, Rated 4/4
Time is everything. You are either in time or out of time. That's just all there is to it.Mark King, Level 42
[In a band] everybody is the time keeper. You have to have good time. Your timing should be great. You need to have good time internally.Victor Wooten
Practicing with a metronome is the simplest and quickest way to develop good timing skill. When you use a metronome, you become aware of your timing errors instantly. It also helps you learn listening to “others” while playing. Develop correct skills early and spend the years ahead for perfecting them, not for trying to correct bad habits.
Exact number of beats per minute, each one precisely on time. No drifting time, no lagging beats. Musica Metronome is accurate to the 1/44100 of a second. Yes, you can call it bit-perfect!
Hear the clicks. 7 sounds designed to suit various types of musical instrument - played back by built-in synthesiser.
Play or mute accents, beats or divisions individually. Great for creative rhythmic exercises.
Mix metronome sound with other apps. Practice your electric instrument anywhere anytime with most popular amplifier apps. Compatible with latest versions of GarageBand, AmpKit, AmpliTube and PocketGK.
Run when screen is locked. Save battery power and avoid accidental touches.
Designed for single handed operation. Practice with your metronome anywhere, anytime.
iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Optimized for iPhone 5.
Most flexible time setting ever in a metronome. Free yourself from limited list of time signatures. Define any simple, compound or complex time signature up to 64 beats per measure!
Type to set time. Couldn't be simpler. Just type time signature as it should sound. For example, you may configure 9 beats per measure as: "9", "5+4", "3+3+3", "2+2+2+3" or in any other combination. Beat groups will be indicated by accented clicks.
Tap to set time. Perfect to figure out time signatures in new tunes. Just tap the strong and weak beats in a tune as you listen along. Some tips: Dave Holland's "What Goes Around": 11/4 (6+5), Yellowjackets' "Green House": 7/4 (4+3), Herbie Hancock's "Ostinato": 15/8 (8+7), Dave Brubeck's "Blue Rondo a la Turk": 9/8 (2+2+2+3).
1-400 BPM, plus divisions.
Type to set tempo. Quickest way to set tempo to an exact value.
Tap to set tempo. Hear the tempo you feel.
Fine and coarse adjustment. Adjust tempo by small 1 BPM (tap up/down tempo arrows) and large 10 BPM increments (tap and slide up/down tempo arrows).
Invaluable for beginners. Comprehensive list of divisions for half, dotted quarter, quarter, dotted eighth and eighth notes.