We have made it super easy to cancel Pro Metronome - Tempo,Beat,Subdivision,Polyrhythm subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Xiao Yixiang" (the developer) uses to bill you.
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Pro Metronome - The best metronome app. Period. Featured in Apple's WWDC 2014 showcase "Apps We Can't Live Without." ------------ Pro Metronome is a powerful tool that helps you master both daily practice and stage performance. It has redefined how more than 4 million people sync to a beat. At the heart of the app lies our extremely precise, studio-quality metronome which we've refined even further with 3.13. The free version is packed with features. We feature 13 different metronome tones including even a voice option. Running our newest RTP (Real-Time Playback) technology, our metronome clocks an accuracy of ±20μs. Pro Metronome is all about customization. Change beat tones, accents, and even the dynamics of your rhythm ("f", "mf", "p" and "mute"). The Pro Version unlocks even more features including subdivisions and polyrhythm settings. Create complex patterns with triplets, dotted notes and non-standard time signatures. The app supports several ways to experience beats. The free version of the app includes sound, but upgrading to Pro enables Visual, Flash, Vibrate and Airplay Modes. Visual and Vibrate Modes are great when you're playing loud instruments or when you need to FEEL the beat. Flash Mode uses the device's camera flash to sync up the entire band easily. You can even use Airplay Mode to beam the metronome to a projector or Apple TV! Pro Metronome doesn't just help you keep time, it also helps you train. Pro Metronome built the Rhythm Trainer which mutes a selected bar in the beat, allowing your brain to fill in the gap and thus train your innate sense of timing. It's a simple, heavily requested idea not found in any other app to date. Pro Metronome also supports a host of secondary features: background play mode, in-app volume adjust and even the ability to save song/tempo playlists to share with friends. It's a powerful, elegant and intuitive app - a must for the modern musician. ---------------------- Pro Metronome Basic Features: * Intuitive, ad-free interface even in the free version * Dynamic time signature settings * 13 different time-keeping styles, including a counting voice * Dynamic accent settings, including f, mf, p, and mute indicators * Tap in your own BPM * Color Mode – see the beats graphically displayed on screen * Pendulum Mode, for visual feedback * Power-Saving/Background Modes – works in lock screen, home, or in another app * In-app volume adjustment * Extreme precision (±20μs) using RTP (Real Time Playback) technology * Timer to help you keep track of your session * Tone generators * Landscape Mode for increased resolution * Universal app – supported on iPhone, iPod and iPad * Audiobus support * Apple Watch support Pro Features include: * Sensory aids: LED/Screen Flash Mode (iPhone 4 and above) and vibration (only available for iPhones) * Subdivisions including triplets, dotted notes, and many more * Polyrhythms – stack two rhythm tracks on top of each other * Programmable playlists – save and load your favorite settings * Dual Screen Mode using AirPlay (requires iPhone 4s/iPad2 and above) * Wirelessly playlists sharing * Rhythm Trainer – helps to develop your steady beats * Stage Mode – the indispensable companion for performing musicians. * Practice Mode – allows you to programme automatic tempo change to suit your practice regime. ===About EUMLab=== EUMLab helps unleash your musical talent! With pioneering technology, EUMLab create sleek, beautiful products for both the professional and novice musician alike. Find out more about us: EUMLab.com Follow us on Twitter/Facebook: @EUMLab Questions? Write us: [email protected] Watch our videos: eum.io/eumvideo
Well, I never really downloaded myself. I was recommended this app because of my Piano Teacher. Turns out, It is a solid one! I have been using this app ever since I STARTED PIANO 3 YEARS AGO!!! I can tell you this producers, you've done a very well done job! But, I only do the basics since my teacher told me not to mess with anything else. And I know why, since it's really complicated for me. Remember, I'm just getting THE HANG of it! So I would like to make a suggestion for you. Can you please do a tutorial or instructions once they downloaded it? Because, the new people trying out your app DOESN'T have a clue what to do! That would be nice for me and the new people! Also, you made it easier for me! It's much better for me because I don't have to do my own Metronome! (Besides It didn't work out good 😬 😂) It's even FREE, so you don't have to use ANY CENT from you wallet! Thank YOU guys for this app. It is making my life better and also as a Piano student! Wish you guys the best and have a happy year! Love, Angellw820 ❤️
I have to say it wasn’t intuitive when I first bought it (I paid, didn’t I?). I never had music instrument training in my life but recently started to play drums. I got a few metronome apps, paid or free. This one looks a bit complicated, for a couple of months I only used the basic functions. When I started to train for doubles (the big big), it’s function to speed up automatically makes HUGE difference. It’s also super flexible to set subdivisions or triplets and save the tempo, so I can switch from rock drumming to jazz literally in a second. If you are serious about training, this is the only metronome you need, it has everything. Be a little patient and find out where everything is. I had no common sense on music, nothing was intuitive to me, but if I can find it, surely you can.
I love this app. I haven't even touched upon all its features yet but I was curious to use it with my iwatch and hoped that it had this one feature in mind. Rather than simply being a remote control for the phone app, could the app integrate to the use of the vibration and pulse notification feature that the watch has? This could allow the wearer to feel the pulse of the tempo while in use. Sounds like a stretch but I'm sure someone out there is working on it. If not, you should. I could see this being a new and important tool in the studio or on live stage especially if you can sync between multiple devices. For studio use it would make sense if the DAW could control the start and stop function for the Iwatch wearer to stay in sinc with the recording. Good luck. Thanks for such a great app.
I love all of the features! I love everything about the app, I really do. I've had dozens of metronome apps but this is the only one I actually enjoy using. It's boring enough playing to a click, but these guys actually have given my click a bit of personality which enables me to play to my click as much as I should. My chops are better than ever and it's simply because of how much I use this app! My only wish is that I had a larger variety of sounds to choose from, as to blend into different songs a little more seamlessly. Id also like to have different color schemes to choose from. I know this sounds petty, but it's genuinely the ONLY thing I would change and I felt the need to add a negative to keep balance and plant seeds for my wishes to blossom from. 😂
I teach guitar/voice to kids in an after school Academy. I switched to this app two months ago and I love it! I make all my students get this app. It's beautiful, the interface is easy and there's so much control. I can change the sounds, change the beat block etc. But my fav part: a one button click that adds sub beats. I also play guitar professionally so I practice my speed picking on the regular. I'll try a hard lick real slow, and then with one tap (while my fingers are all warmed up) it basically doubled my tempo by adding the 8th note sub divisions. I can also easily change it to triplets which has been a feature that's hard to find on other apps. Great metronome. I'm very pleased.
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