Tempo is one of the cornerstones of music and learning to follow a set tempo and quickly change it is one of the key skills that any musician must polish to perfection to become a true master. No matter if you are a novice musician making your first steps or a skilled professional who is mastering areas that need improvement or just jamming in a studio, you simply can’t do without a metronome. Today’s technologies make it extremely simple to use fully configurable tools for your music sessions — and Metronome EXP is a great example of such tools!
Metronome EXP is a perfectly compact, easy to use and efficient application that will help you keep the right tempo all the way through your jams or rehearsals. The program takes the concept of the metronome to a new level and supports up to twelve different instruments to create diverse accent and beat patterns. The same functionality can also be used as a speed trainer. If you need a drum machine, the software’s integrated step sequencer will help — and you are not limited to the standard 4/4, as Metronome EXP fully supports a broad range of time signatures. Customization doesn’t end here, though — even the language and terms used in the program interfaces can be easily changed by editing a single text file!
Metronome EXP is an excellent alternative to conventional metronomes that any musician will like from day one. The program supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or later and requires no installation, so you can take the program with you anywhere you go to play music — on a USB drive, memory card or even your phone!
Metronome EXP 18.104.22.168 Metronome EXP takes the concept of a metronome and expands it with a host of features aimed at the practicing musician. Metronome EXP takes the concept of a metronome and expands
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