May 18th, 2011

Need a multibeat metronome? There’s an app for that

Need a multibeat metronome? There’s an app for that

John Nastos is a very talented musician. And he’s completed an incredibly a really interesting music project. As if that weren’t enough, John also happens to be a very talented developer.

So what’s a guy to do with musical talent and development talent? Combine them, of course. Introducing Metronomics, a metronome for iOS.

A new kind of metronome — use Metronomics to generate random patterns, sequenced grooves, or a combination of both to help you practice with more than just your typical click track.

Well crap. Instead of telling you about it, why don’t you just take a look, yourself.

The app is currently available in the App Store for $2.99. For more information, visit Metronomics.

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3 Responses to “Need a multibeat metronome? There’s an app for that”

  1. Thanks for this post! I just bought this app… looking forward to playing with it.

    And I also picked up the Duo Chronicles as well. Wondering if they were inspired by Jonathan Coulton “Thing a week” in 2006.

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    Man, I loved Thing a Week.

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