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Korg Metronome Ma 30

Reviewing: Korg Metronome Ma 30  |  Rating:
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This is a very easy and durable metronome. It features and on/off button, tempo control, sound button, mute button, tap in up and down buttons, volume control, and a headphone jack. When you press the tempo button, you can choose whether to change the time signatures of the beat or use it to tap in the beat (tap tempo mode). When you press the sound button, you alternate between note and calibration mode. Use note mode to set a reference pitch so you can tune your instrument, and use calibration mode to calibrate the note frequencies. The mute button silences the output sound, and the tap in buttons calibrate the beat and tempo of the metronome manually. Also, there is a built-in speaker, if you don't have headphones, and the volume controls how loud it gets. It even has a stand on the back.

This metronome is definitely helpful when it comes to using it for drum beats, or simply practicing rhythm. The headphone jack is convenient so you don’t annoy your neighbors and the beats are clear and easy to hear. It’s very simple and easy to understand which is good if you are a beginner. But that doesn’t mean it lacks any advanced settings. It has many different time signatures and settings to choose from.

I personally don’t have any problems with this thing, except for the tuner which is somewhat useless, but its alright if you need a reference. But other than that, it’s a really great product to help practice your rhythm. Plus, it sells for pretty cheap too.