Oscar Herrero Flamenco Metronome
Composed by Oscar Herrero. Boxed, Miscellaneous Product. Flamenco. Accessory. Published by Acordes Concert (MB.ACMFOH).
Item Number: MB.ACMFOH
Flamenco. 6.25 x 7 inches.
The essential professional metronome, whether you play the guitar, cajon or palmas, dance or sing, are professional or amateur.
* Metronome and Digital Chromatic Tuner programmed with all flamenco palos.
* 149 different rhythm formulas.
* Real sounds of 16 percussion instruments (palmas, cajon, tacon, darbuka, djembe, etc.).
* 8 tracks to compose your own formulas and songs.
* Time signatures from 1 to 12 beats.
* Stereo sound. Combine the instruments to your liking.
* Select speed: from 20 to 400 BPM.
* Progressively speed up or slow down.
* Your screen will inform you at all times as to the tempo.
* 12 light indicators in the shape of a clock indicate accented notes (green light: normal tempo; red light: accentuated tempo).
* You will feel as though you are being accompanied by genuine palmeros or percussionists with swing and flamenco soniquete.
* Combine the sound of a conventional metronome, programmable with rests, minims, crotchets, quavers, triplets, etc.
* Connect it to your PC to programme, compose new rhythms, practice and send the information to the Flamenco Metronome.
* Built-in loudspeaker and headphone outlet enable you to carry it around with you or connect it to your Hi-Fi equipment for maximum quality.
* Created by flamencos for flamencos.
If you are concerned about keeping your falseta, step or voice in time,
If you play the guitar, cajon or palmas,
If you sing, dance, are an amateur or a professional,
Keep in time with the Oscar Herrero Flamenco Metronome.
Programmed by Guillermo McGill and Oscar Herrero
BAILE - If you dance, you can use it to learn, teach, practice and perfect timing.
GUITARRA - If you play the guitar, you will clearly learn to feel, assimilate and play in time.
CANTE - If you want to make sure that your singing is in time, you will easily achieve this.
PERCUSSION - If you play the cajon, palmas, djembe, etc., silence these during programming and play over the remaining rhythm base.