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2017/03/16 21:08:00 (permalink)

Anyone know of a good metronome program?

Like the title says. I'm looking something with some versatility that can speed up over time and maybe drop random beats. I'm looking for a browser or desktop app. There are lots of links online, most use flash so are no good for me. Others are too simple. What you got?

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Re: Anyone know of a good metronome program? 2017/03/16 22:40:03 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby RSMCGUITAR 2017/03/17 03:16:49
Give Metronome EXP from EXPMuse a try. The free version is capable, but the Pro version is only $12 and contains a ton of additional features. Pretty good, either way.
32- or 64-bit. With Pro, they email a license file to you with the payment receipt. Unzip the distribution file into a temp folder, create an appropriate folder in c:\program files\ and copy the unzipped files, plus the license file if Pro, to that new folder. Create a shortcut to it, and you're good to go.
post edited by TheMaartian - 2017/03/16 23:09:11

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