3. Rhythm Mode 1 - Metronome

EUMLab Support Team -

Metronome helps you to develop the steady sense of beat. Long pressing the Rhythm Tab will unfold three menus. They are Metronome, Strumming and Loops. Select Metronome to enter Metronome Mode

[1] Time Signature: Time signature is a notational convention used in Western musical notation to specify how many beats are in each bar and which note value constitutes one beat. Take the image above for example, 4/4 means the note value is 4(quarter, lower numeral) and each bar has 4(upper numeral) beats. Read more about Time Signature on Wikipedia.

[2] + and – buttons on the left side are designed for setting beats. The range of beats are 1-16.

[3] Press “+” and “-” buttons on the right side to adjust notes. The range of beats are 1-16, while notes can be set as 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32.

[4] 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 be highlighted on each beat.

[5] BPM, aka. Beat per Minute.: Beats per minute (BPM) is a unit typically used as a measure of tempo in music. Tap + and – buttons to adjust BPM while long press them for quick settings.

Refer to Wikipedia for more about BPM.

[6] Dial:You can set BPM simply by rotating the wheel. Tap the play button to play or stop Pro Metronome.

[7] TAP: Tap the TAP button repeatedly to quickly calculate and set BPM.

[8] Tone:Once after press down the Tone button, Dial [6] and BPM Settings [5] will enter tone settings mode. You can tap + and – or simply rotate the wheel to switch between 11 different tones. Tap again and release the Tone button to switch back to BPM setting mode.



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