Sometimes you have to train rhythms that are unregular and hard to understand.
For example imaging following rhythm composed of eighths and sixteenths notes:
8 8 8 16 8 8 16 8 8.
The new iOS app MsyMetronom allows to configure such rhythms in a very flexible manner.
A textfield is used to type in the rhythms with their given beat durations. If you count quater notes, an eighth note has a beat duration of 1/2.
The example above looks then as follows:
g/2 g/2 g/2 g/4 g/2 g/2 g/4 g/2 g/2
Just type in this line and the rhythm runs in a loop. The 'g' stands for a Claves sound.
MsyMetronom supports three tracks, different drums sounds and the storage of your edited rhythms.
More details and the app can be found at https://msye.com/msymetronom.htm .
April 26, 2020 |
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