Sunday, January 27, 2008

Free Online and Standalone Metronomes

A Metronome is an important tool for any serious musician. Although they are costly at times and its sometimes convenient to have one on your computer as an online tool or as a standalone application. More so if they come free. Below is a list of online and standalone metronomes available free. Check them out if you are looking for one.
Free Online Metronomes

An online metronome ideal for quick and easy use while practicing music, this music tool helps with your rhythm as well as tempo selections


Gieson metronome

Pure Tone CyberBeat Free Online Metronome

WebMetronome is a free and simple online metronome.

Jamcentre Metronome
Nice metronome with a funky interface.

Free Standalone Metronomes

Metronome 1.000
Free metronome for Windows (Me / NT / 2000 / 2003 and XP) tunable upto 250 beats per minute.

RoboGuru Guitar Tools
RoboGuru Guitar Tools comes with a chord finder, Guitar tuner and a Metronome

Free metronome 1.50
A simple and useful free Metronome. You can use the program to practise using none, 4/4, 3/4 and 6/8 meters, at beats per minute between 40 and 160.  

E-Metronome 1.1
This is a simple metronome for PC users.

Metronome for Mac
Nice and simple metronome for Mac 

Weird Metronome
A metronome designed with Easter European folk music in mind

KMetronome is a MIDI based metronome for linux.

Simple Metronome 0.4
Simple Metronome (simetro) is a console program that provides basic metronome functions and supports accent patterns.

Metronome 0.1.1
Metronome is a midi based metronome for Linux which uses gtk+ for it's user interface.

GTick is a metronome application written for GNU/Linux and other UN*X-like operting systems supporting different meters (Even, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 and more) and speeds ranging from 10 to 1000 bpm.


Anonymous said...

That metronome is VERY cool, and completely useless because it doesn't keep a steady beat. What's the point of an unsteady metronome?