Monday, March 28, 2016

Why Musicians use the Metronome

The metronome is used to allow the musician to better feel the tempo with ticks that keep the musician in tune with the timing so he or she will know when to trigger a sound from the instrument.
The metronome's main purpose is to keep the musician in tune and in rhythm. The ticking sounds can give the musician a direct feeling of the tempo or pace in which he or she wants the piece to be. This is the main reason why musicians use the metronome.

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