It listens to you playing your practice pad and creates a pulse graph.
The graph can reveal weak spots in your playing and track your improvement.
This application was designed for tablets, 7" and up, but I have seen it work on 4" phones.
I've tested it on lots of simulators, but they don't test audio recording,
good luck and let me know how it goes.
It helped me, and it's free.
I play a snare drum in a marching band and being synchronized is very important.
How well do you keep time?
this guy times you down to the millisecond.
How smooth are your rolls?
it calculates standard deviation on your timing and pulse sustain
Probably this is geek overkill, but now that it keeps a score,
practicing is more like a game.
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