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Metronomes are used by guitar students to help keep a steady tempo as they practice, and can really help when working on issues of irregular timing. Practicing to a metronome can really help your internalize a clear sense of timing and tempo, so go ahead and use our free guitar metronome designed specifically for our guitar students.
60 Beats Per Minute
4 Beats Per Measure
Measures so far: 0reset
Click a beat number below to accent it.
How to use our Online Metronome
- First of all, you'll want to set the BPM (Beats per Minute) of the metronome by either dragging the slider, or pressing the +/- buttons. Once you do, you'll see the musical term for the speed of the metronome as well. You can change this setting while the metronome is running as well.
- Next, you'll want to set your time signature, so how many beats you want to have sounding in 1 measure. As you'll know, the most common time signatures are 4/4 (4 beats to a measure) and 3/4 (3 beats to a measure), but our metronome is very flexible in this respect as well. You can set up to 16 beats per measure. You can change this setting while the metronome is running.
- You'll also want to set when you want to hear accented beats. By default, the accented beat is the first beat, but you can set any of them to be accented, simply by pressing the corresponding beat near the bottom of the metronome.
- Now just press the Start button, and the metronome will produce your beat. It will also count how many times it's gone through the measure, as indicated by the 'Measures so far' number, which you can reset at any time.
We've noticed that the rhythm played by our metronome is a bit off-accurate in the Google Chrome browser for the first few cycles. If you experience this, please use a different browser, or wait till the 3rd cycle, after which the rhythm becomes constant. Our apologies but this is a Google Chrome error, and we can't do anything about it.
What is a metronome?
A metronome is a device that produces a steady pulse to help musicians play in time. The pulse is measured in BPM (beats-per-minute). A tempo marking of 60 BPM equals one beat per second, while 120 BPM equals two beats per second.
A metronome is commonly used as a practice tool to help maintain a steady tempo while learning difficult passages. It is also used in live performances and recording studios to ensure an accurate tempo throughout the performance or session.
Using the metronome
Start by selecting a tempo using the slider or, the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard. Alternately, you can tap the tempo by clicking the 'Tap tempo' button at the desired tempo or by using the 't' key on your keyboard.
Select the number of beats per measure at the bottom. Most music has 4, 3 or 2 beats per measure, in music notation denoted by time signatures such as 4/4, 3/4, 2/4 and 2/2. You can always select 1 if you don't know the number of beats per measure.
Metronome 80 Bpm
You can use the metronome to:
- Find the tempo indicated in the score. Set the metronome to the indicated tempo, establish the tempo, and stop the metronome before you start playing.
- Learn to play in time. Activate the mute function at the bottom, and set the metronome to play 3 bars and mute 1 bar. Play a piece you know well and keep the tempo in the muted bar. Increase the difficulty by setting the numbers to 1/1 (played/muted), 2/2, and 4/4 respectively.
- Improve your playing technique. Start at a slow practice tempo and gradually increase the tempo when you can play the piece without any mistakes.