Take away chargers, plugs, and gadgets. Simplify the process of practicing an instrument to the bare minimum: instrument, music, and metronome. A mechanical metronome is best for this process. Digital metronomes have so many bells and whistles, choices of beeps and extra features, it can be too much of a choice for the function of a metronome.
Producing a steady beat is the sole reason for a metronome. Most students and even some professionals need constant reminders and training in order to keep a very steady beat. The Tempi Metronome for Musicians is the number one choice mechanical metronome. It has quality steel gears and has a two year warranty. No batteries or chargers are needed, just wind after 20 minutes of use. Mary Sue says, “Great to help me with practicing. If I didn’t have this my timing would be way off.”
Set the marker between 40-208 beats per minute, then let go and watch the pendulum sway side to side in time. The sound is a clear “tock, tock” that can be heard while an instrument plays. This is an important difference between a digital and mechanical metronome. Even on the highest volume level, some digital metronome sounds are not strong enough depending on the kind of speaker or sound to carry over an instrument playing.
The Tempi Metronome for Musicians has a new feature that older models did not have. A beat bell was added with a lever on the side. Pull the lever to set to 0/2/3/4/6 and choose a time signature. The bell will sound on the downbeat of each measure. Digital metronomes have this feature, but again, the sound of the beat is not pleasing to the ear the way the mechanical metronome is.
A free microfiber cloth and e-book entitled “Our 10 Best Music and Practice Tips To Help Any Musician Succeed” are included with each purchase. Keep it simple and purchase a mechanical metronome for all practice and teaching needs.
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