Time Guru Metronome

Time Guru Metronome

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Guitar Player Magazine says: "This ingenious super metronome was developed by funky-as-hell Sco sideman Avi Bortnick. It will leave out beats randomly to force you to strengthen your own inner time-keeping muscles, and it has other cool features for odd meters, drum machine-style patterns, and more. For the low price of $2.99, this is an awesome learning, grooving, solidifying tool."

NoTreble.com says: "I love the aesthetic and layout of Time Guru. It’s very simple and elegant. Time Guru also offers ability to set randomness of your subdivisions (great for testing your internal clock)... There is one thing that Time Guru does that I absolutely love, and for which, this app will always live on my Phone – at the top of the screen, you will see a series of numbers (1-7). When you press a number, it is set first in a sequence and you can choose a subdivision that will then repeat that number of times (or set it to rest that number of times). Sound confusing? It isn’t, because the layout is so simple. Every time you press a new number, it is set next in the sequence and you choose your continue to choose your subdivisions."

Develop your inner sense of rhythm with Time Guru - the only metronome with the ability to mute its sound at random, in sequenced patterns, or both, so that you can assess whether you tend to rush or drag or loose your place with odd meters. Time Guru can periodically leave you on your own so that you strengthen your own internal sense of time, rather than relying on the constant, rigid, external time keeping of a metronome. It's like training wheels that sometimes come up off the ground.

Time Guru also features:
-the ability to play in different time signatures or sequences of time signatures
-create rhythmic drum-machine like patterns
-save presets for tempo, meter, sound and muting-
-35 loud sound sets;
-Human or robot voice counting in English, Chinese, French, German or Russian - great for teaching!
-tap tempo (5 to 300 BPM range)
-super accurate, rock-solid timing via a customized audio engine.

And of course it can function as a normal metronome. It is the ultimate tool for becoming a rock-steady, time guru.

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Recently changed in this version

-added sound on beat 1 only capability (scroll down to end of sounds list)
-graphics enhancements for tablets and other devices.

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Comments and ratings for Time Guru Metronome
  • (72 stars)

    by Kris B on 24/06/2014

    Set time and tempo then add more cowbell! Great practice tool. Get this app.

  • (72 stars)

    by Ricardo Elbandito on 18/06/2014

    Bit of a learning curve, but I'm picking it up... Definitely dig the app so far, though.

  • (72 stars)

    by Alejandro Castro on 26/04/2014

    This app is really cool and practical. It's great as a basic metronome but the random beat drop can be a really great tool for getting internalizing the time.

  • (72 stars)

    by Estell South on 20/04/2014

    Love this app, great for practice and feeling the time.

  • (72 stars)

    by Cindy Olsen on 27/03/2014

    Great app. Extremely useful for multiple meter practice, which is very hard to find in a metronome. Love the subdivision options too. Get it!

  • (72 stars)

    by Linus Berglund on 26/03/2014

    Love the app. The UI is great one you learn how to use it (although removing a subdivision still doesn't feel natural). My new favourite metronome!

  • (72 stars)

    by Mark Townson on 19/02/2014