Keep the Halloween Groove With Monster Moves & Tempi Metronome for Musicians

Halloween is almost here, practice those tricky, spooky tunes with help from the Tempi Metronome for Musicians. A great asset to any teaching studio or practice room, this mechanical metronome will improve skill and technique.

Halloween is almost here, so it’s time to play some spooky tunes with help from Tempi Brand, International. An empty room, except for a music stand with music, an instrument, and a person ready to play. What is missing? Every practice room or music studio must have a metronome. A metronome that is always ready to go, no cords, chargers, or plugs, just a simple one that is easy to use. Introducing the Tempi Metronome for Musicians, the essential mechanical metronome for any practice space.

The digital age is here to stay, but that doesn’t mean that everything digital is necessarily better. Some people still prefer to read a book versus a Kindle, or listen to a record instead of their Itunes. Digital metronomes are more convenient, but often have so many extra features that are more of a distraction and not necessary. A mechanical metronome goes back to basics. It is simple to use, and does not need batteries. There are no distractions with a mechanical metronome, it is all about the beat, precisely the primary reason to use one in the first place. Recent purchaser William says, “I’ve tried many metronome apps on Android and iOS, as well as owned an electronic one, and nothing compares to using the real thing. For the price, quality and functionality, this hits the nail on the head in the mechanical metronome market.”

Rhythm is one of the main fundamentals of music. Every level of student up to a professional must use a metronome in order to improve their skills and technique. Whether working on a fast passage, tricky rhythm, practicing scales, or learning vibrato on a stringed instrument, there are so many reasons to use a metronome during practice.

Set the marker to a number between 40-208 beats per minute, let go, and the pendulum begins to swing with a “tock, tock” sound. This beat can be heard over all instruments. Some digital metronomes have several sound choices, but none are loud enough or match the clear tone of the mechanical metronome. The Tempi Metronome for Musicians also has a beat bell feature. A lever on the side can be adjusted to 0/2/3/4/6 to choose a particular time signature. A bell then sounds on the downbeat of each measure during practice. This is especially helpful for students who are sight reading and need an aural reminder of the downbeat.

There are many reasons to choose a mechanical metronome, so why not try one today. Each purchase comes with a two year warranty and 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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