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metronomes synchronizing on a moving platform

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Neato! Thumbs up 

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Fuck metronomes!

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Shotgun Dismemberment wrote:Fuck metronomes!
bucket list:

A) find gregs house
B) hide metronomes in walls
C) steal gregs weed.

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The Adli Corporation wrote:
Shotgun Dismemberment wrote:Fuck metronomes!
bucket list:

A) find gregs house
B) hide metronomes in walls
C) steal gregs weed.
You bastard.

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I never use a metronome Shocked 

You should.

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I know I know I know

I just find them super annoying

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Also thats a super cool video

Sym wrote:I know I know I know

I just find them super annoying
As do I. I still use one though.

I often find myself hearing a metronome "beep" inside my head when rehearsing with my band, in other words, without metronome. It becomes habit, really.

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I have no issues playing in beat and rythem so its not a huge deal IMO

But I could probably improve my solid chops with some metronome training

i hate music where you can hear the BPM drifting or the band fall out of sync because they don't use/practice with a metronome. it's almost the same feeling as fingernails on a chalkboard.

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Ante wrote:i hate music where you can hear the BPM drifting or the band fall out of sync because they don't use/practice with a metronome. it's almost the same feeling as fingernails on a chalkboard.
This is more common than you would think

But alot of bands(especially metal ) mix up BPM's on purpose.

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Ante wrote:i hate music where you can hear the BPM drifting or the band fall out of sync because they don't use/practice with a metronome. it's almost the same feeling as fingernails on a chalkboard.
This is more common than you would think

But alot of bands(especially metal ) mix up BPM's on purpose.
I think he means like unintentional drifting...like a drummer dropping the beat because he's getting tired or something along those lines.

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