February 17, 2015 in Music and Recording (E)
[prMac.com] Rethymno, Greece - Independent freelancer, Nikolas Konstantakopoulos from Granny's Audio is proud to introduce MetroKit, a very flexible metronome that will help you boost your speed and rhythm skills. With the speed trainer get your fingers going fast and steady. Combine it with the rhythm trainer to master every complex rhythmic pattern you want. Having two beat accents, metroKit will also help you practice drumming patterns, like paradiddles!
* Speed Trainer:
Use the speed trainer to progressively increase the speed when practicing difficult exercises or riffs. Set the starting and target tempo, how much and after how many bars to increase the speed. When the target tempo is reached you can set metroKit to stop, or continue playing at that tempo.
* Rhythm Trainer:
Master the precision of every rhythm you want with the metroKit's rhythm trainer. See how steady your playing is by muting some bars. With rhythm trainer you can set metroKit to mute for X bars every Y bars, forcing you to master your precision while playing!
* Custom Accents & Sub - Beats:
MetroKit allow you to set custom time signatures and divide every beat up to nine sub-beats. This way you can practice from playing 4ths, to triplets, sextuplets and so on.
Every Beat or Sub-Beat can be set to:
* Accented (Light Green)
* Basic (Dark Green)
* Muted (Grey)
Use the mutes and accents to create rhythmic patterns for practicing dynamics or drumming paradiddles even guitar strumming patterns!
* Presets and Options:
When creating a rhythm or exercise, you can save them to save you time when practicing again. There already are a variety of drumming paradiddles as examples. Add your own exercises and recall them whenever you need them. From the Options you can set the basic click pitch and the pitch interval for the accented ones.
Nikolas Konstantakopoulos is a freelancer located in Rethymno, Greece, and likes making audio focused applications. For any problems with the applications, feature suggestions, collaborations proposals or just to say hi, we are happy to hear from you! Copyright (C) 2015 Nikolas Konstantakopoulos. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.