perMUmet is a metronome designed for drummers, percussionists, music educators, and other musicians.
It provides 46 different instruments one could use for marking tempos. Speaking of tempos, users can enter tempos by: selecting a preset, manual entry, by using the tap button, or by using a slider tempo control. The mute button allows for sound to be silenced but a visual cue remains for situations when a click is not desired. The hide display button allows one to test his/her concept of how fast certain tempos are. For example, someone might want to know how close their concept of 60 beats per minute is. One could hide the display, click on the tap button a number of times, and then check how close s/he was to 60 beats per minute by unhiding the display button.
In this episode, we'll show you how to play drum instruments using the GarageBand app for the iPad. view it
This How do I series shows you how to use the GarageBand app for iPad and explains some of the differences between this version and the Mac version of GarageBand. view it
Here, we'll explain the basic layout of GarageBand when you're composing a song and tell you how. view it
Here's how to put a project together using up to eight instruments and how to see and use the GarageBand timeline. view it
We show you how to add preassembled loops of music when editing projects on GarageBand for iPad. view it
Before we plug in a real guitar, we'll show you how to play guitar instruments using the GarageBand software. view it
We show you some of the effects and automation options available to you in GarageBand for editing your tracks. view it