Musicians tend to think of a metronome as a static time keeper. The enforcer of the law, the man, you know… the rhythm police. The truth is, time doesn’t have to be as rigid as one might believe. Einstein discovered time is not linear, so why would it be in music? Ok, I know this […]
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It’s very important to use a metronome when practicing. Some players get caught in a trap though and never develop a strong relationship with the click. They tend to obey instead of communicate. Here are some tips on how to strengthen your relationship with a metronome.
Practicing with a metronome is an uncomfortable exercises for many. Musicians are rebels, so the thought of rules is appalling at first. Using a metronome is a skill you’ll have to develop for many hours before you get a breakthrough. It’s very frustrating to everyone for quite some time. At some point many students in […]