What is a Musical Metronome?

Bricole Reincke IM

What is a Musical Metronome?
A musical metronome is a device or tool that produces a regular, steady pulse or beat at a specific tempo, which is measured in beats per minute (BPM). The most common type of metronome is a mechanical
device that produces an audible clicking sound at a set tempo. Metronomes are commonly used by musicians, composers, and music students to help them maintain a consistent tempo while playing music. The use of a metronome can also help improve a musician’s sense of timing and rhythm, as well as their ability to play with other musicians. Nowadays, metronomes can also be found as digital apps or
integrated into music software.

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Bricole Reincke

Based in Miami, Bricole Reincke is Vice President at Interactive Metronome. Learn more about Bricole on her website at http://bricolereincke.org/.