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Desktop Metronome 1.6

Desktop Metronome 1.6

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Desktop Metronome Editor's Review

Good for guitar players, Desktop Metronome can be a good replacement for real electronic metronomes. In the full version you can select up to 7 beats. These beats will be used by the software for creating the sound metronome.

The bit rate can be changed by entering a value from the keyboard or by pressing T1, T2 or T3. These are buttons that can increase or decrease the bit rate by 1, 5 or 10 measures. Every bit rate can be double increased or half decreased.

If you're trying to play a song and you are uncertain of the numeric tempo of a song, just press TAP button in time with the rhythm you hear. The TAP function will be able to set the tempo accordingly.

If you want to train yourself there’s an Auto mode which will play measurements from 60 to 120 and back. There is also a reference tone for tuning your instrument.

Pluses: very compact; there is no need to install it, just copy it

Drawbacks / flaws:

In conclusion: Includes all the main features for a complete Metronome.

version reviewed: 1

Desktop Metronome Publisher's Description

If you are serious about using a software metronome as a practicing tool,then this is the right thing for you!The Desktop Metronome is a compact software metronome that contains complete functionality for accurate tempo production and display.The Desktop Metronome is suitable for a wide variety of musical styles, from classic to rock and jazz.
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