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This adapter allows you to charge your Beatnik device through any wall outlet!
The Beatnik RA1200P Rhythmic Analyzer helps increase accuracy and feel in ways never before possible. Each one of Beatnik's multiple analyzers evaluates a unique aspect of your timing and rhythmic skills. Multiple views of the timing data instantly reveal technical strengths and weaknesses to help you instantly analyze your technical precision and speed up your progress toward total rhythmic fluency and accuracy.After you set the desired rhythm on the built-in metronome, simply start the playback and strike the touch-sensitive practice pad. Beatnik's large graphic display shows a visual representation of every stroke in real time and records every stroke in a viewable archive, with pinpoint accuracy to the nearest 512th note where your strokes occurred in relation to the actual beat.For evaluating and improving your rhythm and timing performance, nothing compares to the Beatnik!Multiple built-in accuracy analyzers each measure different aspects of your rhythmic and timing accuracy. Beatnik Rhythmic Analyzer Features:
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The Boss Dr. Beat DB-30 Metronome makes it easy to accurately keep time during practice. Built small for slip-in-your-case portability, a headphone jack lets you practice anywhere silently. It's easy to use, too, with a large LCD and controls for power, volume, start/stop, tape/mute, rhythm/beat, note/pitch, and tempo/value, plus lights and on-screen needle for visual feedback. More than just an adjustable click, Dr. Beat can lay down 9 different patterns, 24 beat variations, rhythm styles, and combinations to play with. Boss DB-30 Features:
The Boss DB-60 Dr. Beat Metronome is a handy timekeeper that can lay down a click in style. Along with the standard metronome functions, it provides a menu of rhythmic patterns, a note-mixing feature to create rhythms that match the feel and style of your music, and the ability to handle time signatures of up to 17 beats per measure.The DB-60 also features standard pitch functions for tuning. Boss DB-60 Features:
The Boss DB-90 Dr. Beat Metronome features Rhythm Coach functions with an onboard microphone, a reference-tone function for tuning, an instrument input, MIDI input, and other handy tools.The Boss DB-90's note mixing function allows you to instantly create a variety of beats by adjusting the levels of 5 different note values. Front-panel sliders, buttons, and a large rotary dial provide instant, hands-on access to edit parameters. Select 4 different click sounds, plus a human voice-counting sound that will help you know your place in the bar. The DB-90 is also equipped with realistic PCM drum patterns, for developing your accuracy and rhythmic feel effectively.Plug Into Rhythm CoachRhythm Coach has 4 training modes to help build your accuracy, speed, and endurance. With the Boss DB-90's microphone, you can use the Rhythm Coach functions with acoustic drums or plug a Roland V-Pad into the trigger input. Play along and chart your progress.Many UsesDrummers can connect to the DB-90 Dr. Beat Metronome via Roland V-Pads or the internal microphone. Guitarists and bassists can directly plug into the DB-90 without any other gear required and monitor via connected headphones. And for those who wish to sync to an external sequencer for more elaborate accompaniment, they can do so with the DB-90 metronome's MIDI input. This stage-oriented feature of the Boss Dr. Beat Metronome is especially useful for drummers. Boss DB-90 Dr. Beat Features:
The reliable Boss TU-80 Tuner & Metronome includes a handy, built-in metronome with 7 rhythms and 10 beats, plus a cool animated LCD display. Multiple features and an ultra wide tuning range of almost 8 octaves make it easy to get the precise tuning you need.The TU-80 supports chromatic tuning, 7-string guitars, and 6-string basses. Accu-Pitch function sounds a tone when pitch is correct, a Reference Tone Play function makes it easy to verify tuning by ear, and it tunes down to 5 flats. The ultrathin body slides easily into a guitar case, gig bag, backpack, or pocket. Boss TU-80 Features:
The Korg Solo Metronome is a small, pocket-sized device that has all of the handiness of other small metronomes and several features that only the bigger, more expensive metronomes offer. The standard stuff is all here : a tempo range from 30 to 252 bpm, quarter/eighth/triplet/sixteenth note subdivisions with removal of certain partials, up to 9 beats per measure, a digital display, and a headphone jack. The other options make this little metronome much more interesting.Adjust the tempo in three different ways: one click at a time, in increments similar to those found on old analog metronomes, or by tapping in the time. The beats are shown with triangular icons that fill in as the measure progresses, providing a visual aid to students as well as the audible click. This metronome takes two AAA batteries (included), and will last about 70 continuous hours with a zinc-carbon battery, or 290 hours with alkaline batteries (after 20 minutes of non-use, the metronome will turn itself off)! Not that it matters terribly much to percussionists, but the metronome also includes a chromatic tuner.
The Korg TM-50 Tuner Metronome is a great tool to help refine your chops. This device lets you use the tuner and metronome simultaneously or independently so you can practice your pitch and rhythm at the same time. The TM-50 has a great LCD screen needle-style meter that gives analogue styles responsiveness. This screen is also able to be easily read in dark situations like a stages or orchestra pit. With great backup memory and auto power-off, this metronome is the total package!
The BodyBeat Sync is a revolution in the world of metronomic devices - the first metronome to work audibly as well as kinesthetically, or through physical touch. As a fully featured metronome, it is capable of transmitting the beat by visual, aural and tactile means. Wireless functionality allows two or more BodyBeat Syncs to work in synchronicity with one another, allowing the networking of multiple units on stage, in the recording studio, band room or anywhere the precise synchronization of a performance and its performers is required. There is a lot to explain about the capabilities of this product, but bear with us because all of it is very cool!
The BodyBeat Sync can store up to 100 user presets consisting of tempo, meter, subdivision and accent pattern. All preset information is transmitted to each synchronized unit as well as the current bar count of the active preset. If the 100 user presets do not provide enough versatility, the "tempo map" from an entire musical score can be stored in the BodyBeat Sync via the mini USB cable. A standard MIDI file can be used or a custom "tempo map" can be designed via the free application on the BodyBeat Sync website. Additionally, the BodyBeat Sync can be driven by a DAW using MIDI Clock via the mini USB cable.
The BodyBeat Sync features a complex metronome engine capable of producing endless combinations of rhythmic patterns. Meter or Time Signature parameters are independently adjustable allowing 1 - 12 beats per measure over a beat value of 2, 4, 8 or 16. Subdivision selections are based on the chosen beat value and will display correctly notated for 1 beat. Selectable Accent Patterns vary upon the number of beats per measure and allow for the division of longer beat counts into groups of 2 and 3 (every possible combination included). Tempo can be adjusted from 10 - 280 BPM.
There are 14 additional presets beyond the initial 100 user definable memory locations in the BodyBeat Sync that are named rather than numbered. These additional presets are two bar patterns in which only the tempo setting is editable/storable. 2-3 and 3-2 presets of Son, Rumba and Bossa clave patterns are provided in 4/4 and 6/8. Common bell patterns such as Cascara and Agogo are also available in both clave directions.
The BodyBeat Sync has the ability to form synchronized, wireless groups of unlimited members. Any BodyBeat Sync can either function as a "Master" or leader of the group, or as a "Sync" unit or member. Creating or joining a group is simple. Once a group is formed, each member or leader of the group will remember its group and its role within the group even when shut off and on.
Members of a group of BodyBeat Sync Metronomes will stay perfectly synchronized within a 75 yard radius of the master. If the maximum range is exceeded, group members will automatically re-sync once returning to a distance within the range. While changes to the master will not be transmitted when the range is exceeded, the group member will continue at the most recent metronome settings. Individually formed groups of metronomes will not interfere with each other as they operate on wireless network protocol. For example, a group of 20 BodyBeat Sync metronomes or 5 unique groups of 4 can operate within the same room.
Other than the hardware control interface, the BodyBeat Sync’s metronome can be driven by two additional methods with the help of the USB port located on the right side of the unit. Connect the BodyBeat Sync to a computer using the provided mini USB cable. Select USB Audio Device as the MIDI output port to transmit a MIDI clock signal. W hen this signal is present, the tempo setting on your BodyBeat Sync is under the control of your MIDI capable software.
The BodyBeat Sync is capable of storing 9 MIDI Tempo Maps in its local memory. A MIDI Tempo Map is a MIDI file that has been imported into the BodyBeat Sync via the BodyBeat Sync USB software. Once imported, only the meter changes, tempo changes and number of bars are stored in the BodyBeat Sync memory. Up to 999 bars can be stored in each of nine memory locations. MIDI Tempo Maps can also be created from scratch using a free online application on the BodyBeat Sync website. Create up to 999 bars of meter and tempo information with the intuitive 'drag and drop' interface. View your creation as a chart or list of tempo and meter events.
The Planet Waves PW-MT-02 Metronome Tuner is a great practice aide for both the beginner and advanced musician. This fully featured metronome includes a woodblock tone, tempo adjustments, beats per measure variations, and time division variations which makes basic and complex rhythm patterns possible. The chromatic tuner uses a needle style display, making tuning possible to a high degree of accuracy. The pitch pipe and easy to read/navigate screen make this product a great and effective practice tool.
Good things do come in small packages. The MT01 metronome has all the features you need in all the space that is required, doing things a lot of other metronomes won't do! It turns on with a push of the clearly marked red power button, and tempo can be adjusted (from 20-250 BPM) up and down in increments of 1 bpm by pushing the arrow buttons. Tempos can quickly be reached by holding the appropriate button down.A tap feature is included that lets you manually 'tap' in a tempo, and an edit button allows you to manipulate time signatures and subdivisions in many ways that bigger, more expensive metronomes will not. The MT01 has three sounds - a high pitched woodblock for measure downbeats, a low pitched woodblock for all other 'big beats', and a middle woodblock for subdivisions.There are an absurd number of beat and subdivision options included:
The QT-3 Qwik Time Metronome is a simple-to-use timekeeping device that you can purchase for less than the cost of a pair of mallets! The small digital display in the upper left corner shows you what tempo you have set, while a red flashing light in the upper right corner shows you the pulse at that tempo. A loud, clear clicking sound accompanies the flashing light, but the sound can be turned off at any time. Possible tempi range from 40-250 bpm (beats per minute), and can be adjusted with the up and down arrows. Italian tempo markings (andante, largo, vivace) are printed on the face so students know how fast the music is meant to be played, and a small folding metal leg is attached to the rear so the metronome can stand on its own. Powered by an included 9v battery and protected with a One Year Warranty, this metronome also includes a 3.5mm earphone jack - earphones not included.
The QT-5 Qwik Time Credit Card Metronome is one of the smallest and cost-effective metronomes ever made. At 2" x 3" x 0.25", this timekeeper can easily fit in your pocket and costs less than a pair of sticks. The small digital display shows you what tempo you have set as well as a black dot that moves back and forth in time, and all of this is accompanied by an audible beep that can be turned off. Accents can be shown for the beat 1 in time signatures of 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4. Possible tempi ranges from 40-250 bpm (beats per minute), and can be adjusted with the up and down arrows. Italian tempo markings (andante, largo, vivace) are printed on the face so students know how fast the music is meant to be played. This little metronome stands on its own with a foldable rear leg, is powered by a watch battery (included), and is protected with a One Year Warranty.
The QT-7 Qwik Time Accented Metronome is a simple-to-use timekeeping device that you can purchase for less than the cost of a pair of mallets! The small digital display in the upper left corner shows you what tempo you have set, while a red flashing light just underneath shows you the pulse at that tempo. A loud, clear clicking wood block sound accompanies the flashing light, but the sound can be turned off at any time. The sound is always accented on one beat, but the accent can be moved to beats 2, 3, or 4. Possible tempi range from 40-250 bpm (beats per minute), and can be adjusted with the up and down arrows. Italian tempo markings (andante, largo, vivace) are printed on the face so students know how fast the music is meant to be played, and a small folding metal leg is attached to the rear so the metronome can stand on its own. Powered by two included AAA batteries and protected with a One Year Warranty, this metronome also includes a 3.5mm earphone jack - earphones not included.
The RMP-3 made headlines when it was announced in early 2005. Today Roland builds on its winning rhythm line with the new RMP-5. Sharing a few key features in common with the popular RMP-3, the RMP-5 has a great-feeling, tunable mesh drumhead, and a convenient one-piece molded body with integrated pad and brain. The RMP-5 strides to the front of the class, however, with its 54 onboard PCM sounds (including snare drums, kick, cymbals, and percussion instruments; the RMP-3 has no built-in sampled sounds) plus an external dual trigger input so you can add a kick and cymbal pad for drum kit practice. The RMP-5 also features an advanced, expanded Rhythm Coach mode. Roland RMP-5 features: * PCM sound engine with 54 sounds onboard * External dual trigger input for adding an optional kick and cymbal pad * Variety of metronome sounds and patterns (samba, jazz, etc.) * Convenient one-piece design * Large LCD screen * Patented mesh head technology for a great acoustic feel * Advanced Rhythm Coach exercises, featuring Stroke Balance and Time Check * Mix input for playing along with CD players or other audio devices
The Seiko DM-70 digital metronome is the portable and versatile metronome that fits in your pocket. The device incorporates a flashing light for tempo indication and 12 reference tones. The metronome's beep is clear and can be set to four different volume levels. Seiko DM70 Features:
Universal AC Power Adaptor to accompany the DB90 and Tama Rhythm Watch Metronome
The Tama Rhythm Watch Metronome is the first designed for the band's timekeeper. The Tama Rhythm Watch provides everything a drummer needs; live and in-studio. It features adequate volume for drums, a large LCD display, quick-adjusting tempo dial, independent control of note volumes... the list goes on and on.