8. Landscape Interface

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Press the Rotate Button on the top right of the screen ([4] in Chapter 1), the user interface will be changed to landscape view. Landscape interface will be quite useful for your practice, as it will provide you more obvious visual feedbacks. Functions in landscape interface are basically the same with portrait view. The top area of the interface will be introduced as bellow:

[1] Rotate Screen: Tap the button in the top left corner will change the metronome into Landscape Display.

[2] Settings: Press the Settings button will enter Settings Interface; Functions are the same with those we’ve discussed in Chapter 4.

[3] Show Current Playlist: Current playlist will be displayed on the right side of the screen once the button is highlighted. The functions are the same with portrait view. You can pull down the playlist to open Playlist Management Manual, then editing, sharing and switching playlist are possible by pressing the button on the top right side.

[4] BPM: BPM Setting dial will appear after press the current BPM . You can set BPM by rotating the dial or by simply tapping the TAP button repeatedly to quickly calculate and set BPM.

[5] Time Signature Setting: Press the 4/4 area or swipe up the whole screen, Time Signature Setting Interface will be opened. The layout is more or less same with the portrait one. Switch between the SubDivision and Polyrhythm button to enter different mode.

[6] Play: Play and stop metronome

[7] Timer: Tapping to set and start the timer (Refer to Chapter 7 for more details)

You can switch between different mode of Visual Block by tapping [9] and change the beats accent by tapping each Beat Block [8].

[8] Beat Block: Beat Block is designed to display current notes and beats. The display of Beat Block varies with Beats. The number of block showed on the screen equals to current values of beats in time signature, and the block will highlight on each beat. The height of the block represents the accent of each beat. We’ve provided 4 kinds of accent settings: f (forte, meaning “loud”), mf(mezzo-forte, meaning “moderately loud”), p (piano, meaning “soft”) and mute

[9] Visual Block: Visual Block is designed to provide better visual feedbacks to users. There are 3 kinds of visual mode + pendulum in Visual Block settings. Please refer to Chapter 5 “Settings” for more customized settings of visual block.

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