Metronomes

Traditional Wind-up Metronomes

Traditional metronomes are my favorites. I like how you can feel the vibration of the beat of the metronome clicks while playing the piano. Cases are made in wood and plastic. A home with small children may prefer the plastic cases although the beauty of the wood casing is well worth the investment. Traditional Wind-Up Metronomes

Digital Quartz and Electric Metronomes

Metronomes are one of the best ways to work with rhythm in music, practicing scales and can be the most annoying needed item for your piano room.  When using digital metronomes I prefer the sound of the clicks lower with an optional volume control.  Another great bells and whistle is an adjustment of time signatures to make it easier to hear beat one with a different sound.
 


Metronome Apps


Metronomes to Make Counting Music A Little More Fun

These fun Owl and Cat design metronomes are particularly suitable for children while adults love them too! It's made of heavy plastic, but don't let that fool you, this great metronome is not a toy and is full of Wittner quality. These lovable metronomes are a favorite with students, parents and teachers alike! The colorful Owl helps inspire young musicians to play, and add a sense of fun to practice days. The traditional clockwork pendulum mechanism offers a range of 40 bpm to 200 bpm, with clicks to mark each beat, simply slide the bowtie to adjust the speed! Standing 8" high, this wise owl will add a little magic to those boring scales and exercises!
 
 
 
This small metronome ( approx. 1 inch wide, 2 inches long, 4 inches high) comes in a variety of colors. Perfect for the music students to carry in book bags or for the piano with not much room for a standard size.  The Musiclily Mini Mechanical Metronome is made of hard plastic outer with quality metal mechanism