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Swara

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The best online metronome on the web for tabla practise. You can make cycles from 1 till 32 beat. Also nice is the visibility of the first beat.

http://webmetronome.com/
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It is nice but it falters. I have tried other online metronomes and most of them falter too. It is obviously not the code but the way the computer handles the resources for the app. The only one that works good for me is this one http://www.metronomeonline.com/ but it does not have all the cool features like the other one.
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I let it run together with my old mechanical metronome. No falter problems with me.
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This one seems to falter as well but interesting. In one of Mikey Hart's books mention is made of the mechanical Trinome which was used as a springboard for Alla Rakha to teach him some layakari.

http://www.luckymedia.com/Quadranome/
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Thank you so much scodha!

I was looking for something like that, since I read "On the edge of magic" by Mickey, but it was hard to find, so I used reason and fruityloops to get the same thing. But it took allways 10 15 min. to construct a polyrythm, so in the end I didn't bother.

This quadronome seems to me exactly what I was looking for! Thank you soooo much!

And there is actually a museum for metronomes? hmm, that's freaky! lol


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