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I use this all the time for practicing guitar, not just for steady pace for chord changes, picking, etc but just as an approximate measure count when just trying to get repetition. With both the guitar & horn it's also a great help to get objective feedback on my ability to speed up the pace with a passage as I get better. Another neat trick that I'll need another for (my wife's) I will start 2 metronomes at once to get a better feel for how, for example, eighth notes & triplets sound together - helpful when another orchestra section is playing something different. Using this app also increases my ability to use my ear for my surrounding while playing, to better play with others during rehearsals or performances. Finally, this has many options, & for an amateur like me it's perfect. My ability to listen and play to what I hear, i think essential for anyone who wants to play with others, absolutely improves with this.
This app works wonderfully. I used it not only as a standard metronome, but also to help myself learn three against four rhythms as well as master the syncopation in a Gershwin piece I'm learning, using the different time signatures and the different levels of accent. The ability to select exactly which beats to accent (and/or be silent) as well the different note values is invaluable to me, and has really helped me overcome my difficulties with rhythm. The interface is easy to work with, and I love the feature which allows you to tap out the desired tempo. Everything needed is right at your fingertips; it is not hard at all to make any sort of adjustment to the settings, major or minor. (Also, fiddling with the background colors is fun!) This app is the best metronome I have ever used, and I would definitely recommend it.
As a percussionist, I collect metronomes and metronome apps. There are some great ones out there and some not-so-great ones out there. I really like Frozen Ape’s, Tempo metronome the best for a no-nonsense, reliable, easy to use app that gets the job done exceptionally well. The simplicity of the app is brilliant, because it also has depth. Tempo 2 is more difficult to use, but may also have more “power”, but for most uses Tempo gets the job done exceptionally well. Every time I get a new metronome, I use it for awhile to see how I like it. So far, I keep coming back to Tempo. Also, Frozen Ape actually will occasionally send out updates to fix bugs or simplify a process. Great Job!
I love Tempo. Only one persistent glitch that drives me a little bonkers. I often use the metronome as a way of building up speed in a piece I am practicing. For example, I’ll play a passage at 80, then 90, then 100, etc. Tenpo has a feature that if you press and hold the + or - to increase or decrease the tempo, it will continue to increase or decrease by 10s until you release your finger. However, due to a bug (I guess) after doing a press-and-hold two or three times, eventually upon release the number will continue to rise or fall all the way without stopping. The only way to restore the press-and-hold feature is to close the app and restart it, which is a pain when you are trying to practice. This has been going on for years despite the updates. I’m hoping the developers will read this and fix the bug!
Everything is pretty straight forward, and the app allows you to create set lists and make changes on the fly. There are plenty of options for using different sounds for the beats and accents and whatnot. In addition, it is easy to share the set lists between devices! Very useful for us at the church, enabling us to use whatever devices are available at the time. The only issue I’ve got with the app is that the interface makes almost no sense when trying to “save changes” to a song. You have to click the + symbol and then overwrite the current song. Once you figure it out, it’s not a problem; but it can definitely throw you off at first. Overall, I am very pleased with this app and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile metronome app!
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Tempo - Metronome with Setlist has 1 705 user reviews.
Tempo - Metronome with Setlist has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Tempo - Metronome with Setlist (4.2.2) was released on Oct 29, 2019.
You can download Tempo - Metronome with Setlist here:.
Tempo is the bestselling and most accurate metronome on the App Store. Featured as "New and Noteworthy" and "Staff Favorite" by Apple on the main iTunes landing page. If you'll like to try Tempo out before purchasing, download Tempo Lite for free now.
Ever since its release, Tempo has been consistently in the top 100 of the Music category in over 30 countries,
and the top paid metronome app in most countries. Tempo's engine is written from the ground up for high accuracy and stability. It keeps going even in device lock mode, making it a useful aid for live drumming.
Tempo features an innovative interface that morphs between modes that each presents a different combination of functionalities optimized for the task at hand. Five modes are available on the iPhone: Basic, Preset, Setlist, Practice and Gig. On the iPad, Preset, Gig and Complete modes are available, the last providing access to all controls.
Visit www.frozenape.com for demo videos.
• 35 different time signatures, including compound and complex meters: 1-13/2, 1-13/4, 3/8, 5/8(2 variations), 6/8, 7/8(3 variations), 9/8, 12/8
• 6 rhythm patterns for simple meters and 3 for compound meters
• Customize accents or turn beats off to create more complex rhythms
• Tap tempo function
• Tempo ranges from 10 to 800
• Visual feedback in the form of pulsating LEDs
• Two pendulum types, each with two animation types
• Flash whole screen
• Fullscreen display mode with gesture controls
• Store presets in multiple setlists
• Advanced setlist management including search, overwriting, copying between setlists and multi-deletion
• Quick editing
• Share setlists via email
• Backup via iTunes File Sharing
Tracker and Automator
• Track number of bars played or time your practice
• Stop playback automatically when limit reached
• Up to 2 bars of voice count in
• Automatic adjustment of tempo every n number of bars or n amount of time
• Loop and auto advance through setlists
• Coach Mode alternates between unmuted and muted bars
• Choose from 14 sound sets, including one optimized for live drumming click tracks
• Voice counting
• Vibration mode
• Pan audio left, right or centered
• Volume control and mute button
• Control setlists, tempo and playback with AirTurn, iRig BlueBoard, PageFlip Cicada, headphones remote and other accessories
• Assign action to proximity sensor trigger
• Classical metronome and Italian tempo markings
• Pitch pipe for playback of all 12 chromatic pitches (calibration from A = 414 to 466 Hz)
• Multi-tasking support: plays in background, with audio from other apps
• Four color themes
• Theme Editor to create unlimited custom themes
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