This is what I've been looking for for YEARS. For a performer, time compresses while on stage, and you wind up starting most pieces too fast. With this, I just created a quick playlist of song titles and metronome settings. No, you don't keep watching it while you play, but you look at it before you start the tune, and it'll get you recalibrated to at least kick it off at the proper speed. I look at it and say "man, it's going really slow..." which is an indication to me that I need to slow myself down. EXCELLENT.
Exactly right. Every single feature as I would have made it myself. I am a professional drummer. I don't need sounds. I don't need fancy subdivisions or other bells/whistles. I do need set lists, clear lights, and simple one handed navigation. The fact it has a good tap tempo algorithm is a plus. The fact set lists can be saved is a plus. Set list manipulation is also a breeze. PERFECT
This app definitely has the right idea, but its layout could be a little more straight-forward. My band and I also found that the app frequently went off beat or off-tempo all together. I'm using a Note 5, so I'm doubting the phone is the issue - but, you never know.
Hm... not a metronome It's good to have visual indication and all, but a metronome is sort of supposed to... keep a constant pace. A minor oversight, I guess.
Nicely done! It works well and what I'm looking for. Although when maximising to full screen, the count gets thrown off otherwise would have given it a 5/5. Maybe that would be fixed. But well done.
Exactly What I Need! This is a simple and great app that does exactly what it is supposed to: provide visual and silent cues. I'm using this as a stationary rowing training aid, and it is helping me keep my strokes per minute perfectly when my phone is mounted to my rower.
* User's global font size choice applied selectively
* Up to 9 beats / bar