Improve Your Rhythm - Practice Tips


Talking Metronome that Counts “One-Two-Three”

This talking metronome counts “one-two-three” repeatedly at a steady tempo. It can be used for music that is in time signatures of 3/4, 3/2, 3/8, 9/8 (when it is a compound meter), or any other time signature that has three beats per measure. The talking MetronomeBots serve as a great introduction one how to use a metronome. Students who are not comfortable or confident playing with a standard metronome can practice with these metronomes to hear and feel the beat more accurately.

A talking metronome in three that doesn’t require Flash Player is now available at my new site, These Youtube audio files can be played on any device, including iPhones and tablets. See my blog about MetronomeBot and Adobe Flash for more information.

Other talking metronomes:
Talking metronome in two at
Talking metronome in four at

This metronome requires Flash Player. If you do not see the metronome or if it does not function properly, visit the new talking MetronomeBot in three.

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More MetronomeBots:

Basic metronome
MP3 track metronome
Sleigh bell metronome
Talking metronome in two
Talking metronome in three
Talking metronome in four
Duple subdivision metronome
Triple subdivision metronome
Quadruple subdivision metronome
Meter metronome in two
Meter metronome in three
Meter metronome in four

Improve Your Rhythm

The Fundamentals of Rhythm, book by Kyle Coughlin

Visit for an educational site that explains all of the fundamental aspects of rhythm. The site also includes more than 450 practice patterns with audio examples, designed to help you improve your rhythm skills.


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