Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm

Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm for Pc

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Download and install Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm in the search bar and press Search. Click on Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythmapplication icon. A window of Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one

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Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm Software Features and Description

Pro Metronome - The best metronome app. Period. Featured in Apple's WWDC 2014 showcase "Apps We Can't Live Without." ------------ Pro Metronome is a powerful tool that helps you master both daily practice and stage performance. It has redefined how more than 4 million people sync to a beat. At the heart of the app lies our extremely precise, studio-quality metronome which we've refined even further with 3.13. The free version is packed with features. We feature 13 different metronome tones including even a voice option. Running our newest RTP (Real-Time Playback) technology, our metronome clocks an accuracy of ±20μs. Pro Metronome is all about customization. Change beat tones, accents, and even the dynamics of your rhythm ("f", "mf", "p" and "mute"). The Pro Version unlocks even more features including subdivisions and polyrhythm settings. Create complex patterns with triplets, dotted notes and non-standard time signatures. The app supports several ways to experience beats. The free version of the app includes sound, but upgrading to Pro enables Visual, Flash, Vibrate and Airplay Modes. Visual and Vibrate Modes are great when you're playing loud instruments or when you need to FEEL the beat. Flash Mode uses the device's camera flash to sync up the entire band easily. You can even use Airplay Mode to beam the metronome to a projector or Apple TV! Pro Metronome doesn't just help you keep time, it also helps you train. Pro Metronome built the Rhythm Trainer which mutes a selected bar in the beat, allowing your brain to fill in the gap and thus train your innate sense of timing. It's a simple, heavily requested idea not found in any other app to date. Pro Metronome also supports a host of secondary features: background play mode, in-app volume adjust and even the ability to save song/tempo playlists to share with friends. It's a powerful, elegant and intuitive app - a must for the modern musician. ---------------------- Pro Metronome Basic Features: * Intuitive, ad-free interface even in the free version * Dynamic time signature settings * 13 different time-keeping styles, including a counting voice * Dynamic accent settings, including f, mf, p, and mute indicators * Tap in your own BPM * Color Mode – see the beats graphically displayed on screen * Pendulum Mode, for visual feedback * Power-Saving/Background Modes – works in lock screen, home, or in another app * In-app volume adjustment * Extreme precision (±20μs) using RTP (Real Time Playback) technology * Timer to help you keep track of your session * Tone generators * Landscape Mode for increased resolution * Universal app – supported on iPhone, iPod and iPad * Audiobus support * Apple Watch support Pro Features include: * Sensory aids: LED/Screen Flash Mode (iPhone 4 and above) and vibration (only available for iPhones) * Subdivisions including triplets, dotted notes, and many more * Polyrhythms – stack two rhythm tracks on top of each other * Programmable playlists – save and load your favorite settings * Dual Screen Mode using AirPlay (requires iPhone 4s/iPad2 and above) * Wirelessly playlists sharing * Rhythm Trainer – helps to develop your steady beats * Stage Mode – the indispensable companion for performing musicians. * Practice Mode – allows you to programme automatic tempo change to suit your practice regime. ===About EUMLab=== EUMLab helps unleash your musical talent! With pioneering technology, EUMLab create sleek, beautiful products for both the professional and novice musician alike. Find out more about us: Follow us on Twitter/Facebook: @EUMLab Questions? Write us: [email protected] Watch our videos:

Top Reviews

  • So far the most professional metronome I can find

    by Asinus520
    I have to say it wasn’t intuitive when I first bought it (I paid, didn’t I?). I never had music instrument training in my life but recently started to play drums. I got a few metronome apps, paid or free. This one looks a bit complicated, for a couple of months I only used the basic functions. When I started to train for doubles (the big big), it’s function to speed up automatically makes HUGE difference. It’s also super flexible to set subdivisions or triplets and save the tempo, so I can switch from rock drumming to jazz literally in a second. If you are serious about training, this is the only metronome you need, it has everything. Be a little patient and find out where everything is. I had no common sense on music, nothing was intuitive to me, but if I can find it, surely you can.
  • It’s not a bad app, but I was overwhelmingly frustrated.

    by Azzy was here 😋
    Like I said, it’s not a bad app. It’s got great features and foreseeable success. I liked the fact that you could set timers and change the sound of each beat if you wanted, but I suggest not using the tap button to change the tempo. That’s not my main issue with my short lived experience with this app, but just to test it out, I was tapping along with the tempo I already had (120bpm) to see if it’d only change one or two numbers or not at all. It plummeted down to 80bpm; not even close. Other than that, everything was great...almost. I was trying to play music and I would have to keep stopping because the last beat would somehow keep muting itself. To add insult to injury, the tempo would move up two beats every few minutes, and I was entirely confused. My frustration continued to grow as pop ups to buy the full version assaulted my screen repeatedly. It kept opening different sections by itself and I couldn’t get anything done. Needless to say, it is no longer on my phone.
  • Just a great idea for you.

    by Happyending1975
    I love this app. I haven't even touched upon all its features yet but I was curious to use it with my iwatch and hoped that it had this one feature in mind. Rather than simply being a remote control for the phone app, could the app integrate to the use of the vibration and pulse notification feature that the watch has? This could allow the wearer to feel the pulse of the tempo while in use. Sounds like a stretch but I'm sure someone out there is working on it. If not, you should. I could see this being a new and important tool in the studio or on live stage especially if you can sync between multiple devices. For studio use it would make sense if the DAW could control the start and stop function for the Iwatch wearer to stay in sinc with the recording. Good luck. Thanks for such a great app.
  • In-App Purchases Notification bug

    by TwinBroz89
    I downloaded this app just recently because I wasn't satisfied with my other metronome app, and let me just say it blows it out of the water. Just one problem... On my phone, I have In-App Purchases disabled, because most apps I go onto love to flood you with In-App Purchases, which wasn't a problem since I disabled it. ...Until now. When I boot up the app (every single time, even when multi-tasking), I always get two of the same message: "Oops! Device not authorized for In-App Purchase. You must enable it in System Settings." I didn't mind it at first, but EVERY time I refer to a song and come back, it gives me the same notice again, and again, and again, until I delete the app, actually adjust the settings (which I adjusted years ago and can't remember how to fix nor will fix), or wait until the next update. This app has a lot of potential, so I'm hoping the review to fix this bug comes out soon.
  • Only one I need

    by Ace1x570
    I love all of the features! I love everything about the app, I really do. I've had dozens of metronome apps but this is the only one I actually enjoy using. It's boring enough playing to a click, but these guys actually have given my click a bit of personality which enables me to play to my click as much as I should. My chops are better than ever and it's simply because of how much I use this app! My only wish is that I had a larger variety of sounds to choose from, as to blend into different songs a little more seamlessly. Id also like to have different color schemes to choose from. I know this sounds petty, but it's genuinely the ONLY thing I would change and I felt the need to add a negative to keep balance and plant seeds for my wishes to blossom from. 😂
  • Music teacher likes

    by IsaFluteLover
    I teach guitar/voice to kids in an after school Academy. I switched to this app two months ago and I love it! I make all my students get this app. It's beautiful, the interface is easy and there's so much control. I can change the sounds, change the beat block etc. But my fav part: a one button click that adds sub beats. I also play guitar professionally so I practice my speed picking on the regular. I'll try a hard lick real slow, and then with one tap (while my fingers are all warmed up) it basically doubled my tempo by adding the 8th note sub divisions. I can also easily change it to triplets which has been a feature that's hard to find on other apps. Great metronome. I'm very pleased.
  • Almost perfect but not quite.

    by rsd22
    Why pay $16 on other metronome apps? Here's why. As a new drummer, I need all the help I can get with my timing and rhythm. This app is wicked neat and helps me with just that. My absolute favorite part of the app is the mute option. You can mute for a specified number of measures or random. Don't like random mutes, when using the voice counting and the count talking is the 'and'. Easier to tell it how many measures to be quiet. One more thing, the app hasn't been updated in a year. So here's my 2 cents. Having large numbers on the faceplate counting for You would be awesome. Like seeing a huge 2 or a 4 or a "2 and", flash on the screen, yeah that would be neat. The blinky bars at the top work but numbers would be light years better. I'm a pro user so I'd pay extra for Large number flashes. Please move the timer on the home screen away from landscape option They are too close together and I'm always hitting landscape when I want to access the timer. This gets annoying. Oh I'd pay a boatload to be able to put in my own grooves to practice too. But not $16. $8.00 you bet!!!!! OK. That's enough. Like I said time for an update and some new options to make an already good app, perfect. Make them in app purchases. I will buy them all.
  • Needs Update For Apple Watch 3!!

    by Zephrym93
    I swear by this app more than other metronome apps. I did get the full Pro version and I have been satisfied with it. Just got an Apple Watch 3 (my first Apple Watch) and I notice a decent amount of bugs. The sound sometimes plays from the watch but mostly just starts clicking on my phone. The pre-programmed songs I made only sometimes work. And I think there desperately needs to be settings function on the watch so you can turn the sound off and have it vibrate instead. I’m a music teacher and it would be extremely convenient to have that as feature to subtly check tempo before starting a song in the middle of a performance. Hope this brings these issues to the light for everyone and hope we can get an update because I really do enjoy this app!
  • Tap tempo is all over the place, won’t use again.

    by B. Wells Productions
    I’ve been a Music producer for 10+ years. When someone sends me reference tracks I like to know the tempo. Whenever I get a new iPhone and need to know the tempo of a track on the go, I head to the App Store and type in tempo... I saw good reviews so I downloaded and tried to tap the tempo of the record. It was surprisingly annoying jumping up and down 10-15bpm around the tempo I’m trying to find. Very inconsistent with accurate tempos.. it took multiple tries tapping many times to get within a wide range of tempos, then I’d have to guess until I find the right tempo. Waste of time for someone who’s trying to use a reliable tempo tap. By the way, I’m an extremely experienced tapper and can keep pretty much perfect time, so there is no excuse for this tempo tap to be all over the place lol... sorry guys. Let me know if you guys update the tempo section of the app and I’ll test it for you!!
  • Great! (Kind of...)

    by if we could walk across the water
    TLDR; Set a click. Useable set list feature. Easy to preset. Awful click tones. I'm a working drummer and needed to set up a click track in a set list. It does just that. It works, it's easy enough to program, you can download the set as a playlist. Boom. Having an app like this on the market is ridiculously important and useful. The flipping back and forth between screens could be streamlined a little better instead of the weird page flip/attention to graphics. The reason I only gave 3 stars is because the click tones are wretched. Only one of them are unusable in a live setting, and even the woodblock tone is relatively bothersome. There's either too much going on in the click itself (cowbell, jingles, kick drum) or it's a tingy digital thing that is useless. If there was a way to set the click tone I'd give it a million stars.

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