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SpeakBeat Metronome - The only one that counts!

Free
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Music
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SpeakBeat Metronome: the only one that counts!

A fully customizable voice metronome, supporting multiple time signatures, sub-beats, a variety of available voices and more, all for free!

In-app purchases give access to even more high-quality voices, including funny voices and different languages, as well as our unique fully-customizable mixed-meter counting system.

Apps4 iDevices says:
"SpeakBeat is very well done ... A Super App!"

WHO IS IT FOR
- Music Teachers
- Music Students
- Dancers & Dance Instructors
- Cheerleaders & Cheer Coaches/Choreographers
- Piano Players
- Guitar Players
- Drummers
- Anyone who need to keep time

There are plenty of metronomes on the app store, and for replacing a traditional metronome, these are fine - clicking and ticking away at the edge of your attention. but when it's critical that you or your students know where you are in the bar, counting out loud is more effective, especially for more complex meters and rhythms. Music teachers, composers, dance coaches, choreographers and cheerleaders all know: counting out loud is the way to go.

But when practicing by yourself, counting time can be very difficult when concentrating on notes or steps. Having a teacher or coach count time for you is fine, but when they need to call instructions or directions, they need to stop counting, so their instructions need to be in time as well. Plus, it's boring and exhausting to count "one two three four" all day long.

So why not let your phone do the counting for you? Fully customizable and programmable, with a many voices to choose from, SpeakBeat Metronome will count "5-6-7-8" all day long, never getting tired and never missing a beat.

SpeakBeat Metronome allows you to choose one of a set of studio-recorded high quality voices; choose any tempo using a dial or by tapping out a beats-per-minute; set a time signature, sub-beats, starting delay, and a fully-customizable count-in, either counting up ("five-six-seven-eight") or down ("three-two-one").