Tag Archives: metronome

Cool Metronome Trick #17: Create Time

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A metronome trick? Of course! The metronome is a mystery for many musicians. We know we should use it and […]


Why Counting Counts and Why You Should Be Counting

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Counting. Chances are that it’s either something you do nearly automatically or it’s something that you never do. I can […]


Your Metronome Speaks

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  You move that pile of music and there it is, underneath everything: your metronome. It stares mutely at you, […]


What’s Your (Metronome) Number?

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I was sitting in the audience at a concert. A performer was onstage receiving well-deserved applause, and I heard two […]


7 Reasons You Need to Learn to Love Your Metronome

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Whether you love it or hate it, the metronome is an essential tool for every musician. That’s right – I […]


Do You Hate Your Metronome?

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Most of us musicians will admit to a love/hate relationship with our metronome.  Its relentless clicking, ticking or beeping reveals […]


How You SHOULD be Using Your Metronome!

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The metronome. I can see my students repress a shudder each time I reach for it in their lessons. I […]


Three Lessons from 32 Metronomes

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This metronome video came my way on Facebook recently. If you haven’t seen it, it is amazing and beautiful, not […]


3 Cool Metronome Techniques

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The metronome is an essential tool for any musician. It can help you build your rhythmic confidence and keep a […]