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On Monday 24 October 2011 19.14.29 Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas wrote:
Thank you for being polite! :-)
This was not a misunderstanding, it was bad memory from my side. And now
I remember that I usually use Qsynth or timidity for this. But I have
tested it with Linuxsampler too.
I haven't used a software metronome for more than half a year, because I
prefer my cheap KORG MA-30 with very low volume when I'm practising. By
using that one, I feel that it's very easy to play to a click track or
anything unfamiliar when recording.
But anyway: KMetronome is my choice when I use a software metronome. It's
so easy to make new patterns and rhythms on it, that it's also a valuable
composition and arranging tool. It's embarrassing that I forgot how
powerful and yet easy to use KMetronome is.
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