[LAU] tool practice rhythm
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Sun Apr 20 08:18:17 EDT 2008
Loki Davison wrote:
> On 4/20/08, Burkhard Woelfel <versuchsanstalt at gmx.de> wrote:
>> Am Samstag, 19. April 2008 18:44 schrieb Peter Hartmann:
>>> Sure, get a record and play along with it. You can't learn things
>>> like how to swing from a metronome. Learning a tempo to me is like
>>> learning a key that you're not familiar with. Different people
>>> instinctively 'know' different tempos than you do. Playing with other
>>> people can open you up to this.
>> A metronome that doesnt whip you on the one and three but clicks on 2 and 4
>> can also be very helpful. It will rather indicate that you are ahead or
>> behind than force you to be on time.
>> Not easy in the beginning, but I found it to be very helpful.
>> - Burkhard
> When it comes to metronomes, Klick is the coolest one in the universe
> and i REALLY like it ;) Does great things you didn't know would be so
> handy and i've really enjoyed using it. Jack based and all that kind
> of goodness
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I use klick, very great app.
Only I have my doubts about the 'beep' at the start of a bar. That beep
is a high tone, and I expect there a lower (bass) tone. A high tone do I
expect more at the end of a rhythm...
Gtick does this job better, it's just more intuitive... (gtick has no
The same tone which is used by klick is also in Ardour or not?
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