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- Tempo: cuarto ordenador = 40 ~ 208 BPM (péndulo pasos)
- del art & ritmo: golpes: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
- ritmos: duolen, binarios, cuaternarios
- Tempo precisión: ± 2%
- Volumen: Soft, Loud, mute
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Descripción del producto
El metrónomo digital MicroMetro encaja las características de un metrónomo Korg de alta precisión en un cuerpo compacto. El diseño de la pinza del MicroMetro permite practicar fácilmente con el ritmo allá donde vaya. El tiempo puede ser ajustado a 39 pasos que coinciden con los valores marcados por el péndulo de un metrónomo mecánico. Además, se pueden seleccionar diez patrones de ritmo diferentes. - Rango de tempo: Quarter nota = 40 a 208BPM (paso del péndulo). Golpe y Ritmo: Beats: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Ritmos: dobles, triples, cuatriples. Tempo Precisión: 2%. Nivel de volumen: Suave, Fuerte, Mute. Alimentación: 1 Pila de litio CR2032 (3.0V). Duración de la batería: Aproximadamente 500 horas. (El uso continuo a nivel de volumen = Muy alto, 120BPM). Dimensiones: 45 (W) x 45 (D) x 22 (H) mm. Peso: 23g (Incluyendo la batería). Accesorios: 1 Pila de litio CR2032 (3.0V). Color Rojo
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Mide de largo y alto como dos dedos; es una cosa pequeñísima y supertransportable. Sólo un tipo de "beat" que , eso sí, puede tener el volumen más elevado o menos, y también puede estar en silencio mientras el pulso te lo sigue dando la luz.
Por 11 euros está más que bien.
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First off, it's a little smaller than I imagined by looking at the image (which is good). It has a reasonable weight, it looks nice, and it seems to clip well though I haven't gone on a long run yet to fully test if it will work it's way off vs. stay clipped to my clothing. It should be loud enough (there are two settings); I would think the only problem would be anyone running in a very loud urban area. It is also fairly intuitive to use, at least I think it is (see below).
Pressing the TEMPO/BEAT button allows you to then use the UP/DOWN buttons to change the beat.
- For example, b = 2 (time signature of 2/4) makes the "beep" change every other beat (so you could right foot strike on the soft beat and then left foot strike every hard beat)
- Another useful Beat would be b = 4 (time signature of 4/4) (maybe you want to hit every other left foot strike on a hard beat in the above example)
- Alternatively, using the duplet mode, < 2 >, or quadruplet mode < 4 > will give you the same result IF YOU HALVE the Tempo
- BTW, setting b = 0 makes all the beeps the same
My major complaint (unless I'm missing something). I would have expected that using the Up and Down buttons, that the tempo can be selected to any level you want within the minimum and maximum settings. However, as the tempo goes up, the increments widen (this isn't mentioned anywhere in the documentation, in the Amazon listing, or on the manufacturer's website).
Starting at 40 bpm, the increments go by 2 (so from 40 to 42 to 44, etc.)
at 60, the next step goes by 3 (so goes from 60 to 63 to 66, etc.)
at 72, the next step goes by 4 (so goes from 72 to 76 to 80, etc.)
at 120, the next step goes by 6 (so goes from 120 to 126 to 132, etc.)
at 144, the next step goes by 8 (so goes from 144 to 152 to 160, etc.) up to a maximum of 208 bpm
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT FOR RUNNERS:
- if you are wanting to aim for 180 foot strikes per minute, you would either set a tempo of 90 (hitting either your left or right foot each "beep"), or 180 (hitting each foot strike with a "beep").
- however, neither 90, or 180 bpm can be selected. The closest you can get is 88 or 92, OR 176 or 184
- now, this might not be a big deal because a running cadence of 180 isn't any sort of magical number, and running a little faster at 184 might actually be a better goal (from what I've read), though the next step of 192 would be tough to match (except maybe those elite Kenyon runners?)
I would give this 4 or 5 stars, however, this problem with not being able to select the exact Tempo you want really annoys me [particularly the fact you wouldn't know this until you buy it and try it out]. If you're actually a musician, I'd think this would be a nice device for the price and probably deserves 4 or 5 stars. It's been a long time since I studied music theory/played in a band, etc. I can't remember if maybe these Tempo increments are a standard thing or not.
[EDIT] After a few runs. First, I'm still miffed that I'm aiming for a cadence of 92, I feel like it's a little hard to match; really would like 90. But, it clips onto a pocket, waistband, the bottom of a thick shirt, and a belt just fine without any sign so far of it wiggling free. The softer volume setting is fine in a quiet neighborhood whereas the louder setting does get drowned out if I'm on a street with a lot of traffic but for the most part is loud enough most of the time.
NOTE: there is also a red/black version (Korg MCM1RD Digital Metronome). I don't know why it isn't listed along with the blue/white one on Amazon. At the moment the red/black one is listed $2 cheaper. [EDIT] A few days later and now the blue/white one is cheaper, so apparently these prices fluctuate.