Check Out the Astonishingly Versatile Bounce Metronome Pro
“feels like having your own conductor to help you keep in time...” Martin Walker, PC Notes, Sound On Sound Magazine
Professional musicians are amazed by its advanced rhythm capabilities
Bounce Metronome for Windows is especially designed to help you make best use of a metronome - with features like automatic switching of tempi and time signatures, accelerating tempo, stepping progressions, & go silent briefly to encourage steady tempo.
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First the usual:
5/4 - one of the rhythms of Bounce Metronome Basic
* Simple and compound time 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8, 9/8, 12/8
* With up to four subdivisions of each beat - e.g. 16th notes (semiquavers)
Then you get:
* All time signatures including odd, such as 5/4, 7/4, 11/4 etc
* Any number of subdivisions
Bounce Metronome Pro has many more rhythms - much desired by musicians, but rarely found in a metronome. With separate views to make it easy to work with each type of rhythm, you get:
Paradiddle - here played with gradual tempo changes faster, then slower then faster again repeating Find out more »
You also get super -complex metronome rhythms such as:
Rhythm phasing: same rhythm in all sixteen parts. The other parts are faster than the first part by 101%. 102%, 103%, ,,, 115%. Played on harmonics
* 4/4 + 7/8 type additive rhythms for Jazz
* Cycles of polyrhythms as used in Indian music
* Additive rhythms with any number of measures such as for Balkan music
* The fascinating golden ratio polytempi - which never repeat exactly, - the "most polyrhythmic" rhythm you can get
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These rare rhythms are a much desired feature of a metronome for Math Metal and composers who work with complex polymeters. They combine ideas from rhythm phasing and polyrhythms.
Unlike normal polyrhythms, the measures as well as the beats differ in size. Played here as harmonic polyrhythms - each rhythm plays a different pitch with the pitches related to each other via the harmonic series
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Has all the tempo features for the most demanding musician:
- Tap in time with music to set the tempo
Not sure of the metronome mark to use for a song or tune? Just tap in time with it and the tempo dial auto adjusts to show the correct tempo
Set any tempo with unlimited range,
- you can type in your desired tempo - so you aren't limited to the 24 to 208 range of the dial
- you want a tempo of 120.7 bpm? No problem just type in the desired tempo and away you go.
Fully customisable tempo dial
- if you often use tempi below 24 or above 208 bpm, you can change the tempo range for the dial. Also customise the standard Andante, Allegro etc tempo names on the dial - set the tempo range for each one or make your own custom tempo names with ranges.
- Gradually get faster and slower
Use Bounce Metronome to improve your capabilities for professionally smooth and gradual tempo changes. Also useful when you want to play the same passage over and over at faster (or slower) speeds until you can play it at tempo.
- Stepping progressions for speed drills
Especially useful if you hit a "speed wall" in your practise and want to go past it to play faster.
Sounds to help you hear the rhythm clearly
- Use any instrument for each rhythm in a polyrhythm
- Use distinctive instruments for each note in the rhythm, including beat boxing
- Any instrument, percussion or melodic, so long as it can be played via midi.
- Beeps, and other sounds with its Wave Shape Player
- Add chords to accompany the rhythm
- Preview the rhythm as a fractal tune
These bounce visuals help you at all levels, from beginner to pro, in many different ways
- When you first play with a metronome, you may well find it surprisingly hard to keep in time with the clicks - and the visual bounce helps you get started.
- The visual bounce lets you see each beat coming. This helps you to play exactly in time in a relaxed and professional way.
- For experienced pros - it also makes it much faster to learn new complex rhythms and ones with irregular timing.
- For everyone, the bounce continually encourages you to play more exactly in time, much as a conductor does with his baton.
see: Why does the bounce work so well?
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