Re: [Harp-L] metronome recommendations
There are some good, inexpensive metronomes out there that also play in odd
times, but the drum machine idea works. I have a young student who uses the
drum part or the metronome part of his mother's keyboard for practice.
However, for our lessons, I have a Sabine metronome/tuner combination that
was about $30. I can get odd beats going on it and we can use the same
device to practice bend accuracy.
Musicians Friend, Coast 2 Coast, etc., should have a fair selection of
both, plus they may also have those CD guitar/vocal trainers which will
adjust the key of the music and the tempo for you so you can practice with a
commercial CD, if you wish.
On 6/3/05, Chris Michalek <Chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> get a drum machine. They are much more interesting than a metronome
> and you can practice playing in odd times...
> >---- Original Message ----
> >From: jpl_pagan@xxxxxxxxx
> >To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: RE: [Harp-L] metronome recommendations
> >Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2005 09:00:34 -0700 (PDT)
> >>hey all,
> >> need to work on my rhythm, as all good harpists
> >>should (see, harp content!). can anyone recommend a
> >>relatively inexpensive, portable, GOOD sounding
> >>metronome? i have a MetroGnome, which has an awful
> >>sound, and i know about the metronome online, but i
> >>can't always carry my computer everywhere.
> >> thanks,
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