metro.drone: ascend to a new level of music practice with the ultimate combination of metronome and drone
An essential tool for every musician.
metro.drone is what you get when you combine a metronome and drone into one tool. metro.drone has three different modes-- metronome mode which works like a conventional metronome, drone mode which works like a conventional drone, and metro.drone mode. metro.drone mode puts the pitch of the drone to the beat of the metronome, and hence the true power of metro.drone is unleashed.
- metronome+drone combination (metro.drone!)
- "overlay" and "fuse" modes for metro.drone combination
- unpitched metronome
- choice of 8 different metronome sounds
- continuous drone
- choice of 4 different drone sounds
- can produce any frequency in the audible human range
- support for microtones and tunings other than A=440 (A=432, anyone?)
- drone is polyphonic, with support to up to 50 simultaneous notes!
- wide range of bpms: 20 to 300
- tempo tap input (metro.drone will figure out which bpm you are tapping)
- touch-oriented, elegant, and intuitive interface
- screen flashes with metronome tick, with configurable intensity and color
- fast launch time
metro.drone does not collect any data.
This app uses the following libraries/frameworks/fonts:
- BELLE, by Comrade SparklePony (MIT license)
- SUIT, by Matthias Richter (zlib license)
- cron, by Enrique García Cota (MIT license)
- denver, by Nicolas Alleman (MIT license)
- flux, by rxi (MIT license)
- stateswitcher, by Daniel Duris (CC-BY 4.0 license)
- LÖVE, by LÖVE Development Team (zlib license)
- Ubuntu, by Canonical (Ubuntu Font license)
- binser, by Calvin Rose (MIT license)