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Subdividing Metronome that Divides the Beat into Four Equal Parts

This metronome subdivides the beat into four equal parts with a high click on the beat followed by three low clicks. It is great for practicing sixteenth notes and rhythms that include many syncopated patterns. To learn more about rhythm, times signatures, and sixteenth notes, visit www.rhythm-in-music.com.

More subdividing metronomes:
Duple subdivision metronome
Triple subdivision metronome

Practice tips for how to use a metronome.

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Duple subdivision metronome
Triple subdivision metronome
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Meter metronome in two
Meter metronome in three
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Improve Your Rhythm

The Fundamentals of Rhythm, book by Kyle Coughlin

www.Rhythm-In-Music.com

Visit www.Rhythm-In-Music.com for an educational site that explains all of the fundamental aspects of rhythm. The site also includes more than 450 practice patterns with audio examples, designed to help you improve your rhythm skills.

 

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