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Does Your Metronome Hate You?

Updated: June 4, 2020

Does Your Metronome Hate You?

How To Stop Rushing When Using A Metronome

Here's a clapping game that will help you to stop rushing when using a metronome! We'll use subdivision - dividing up notes into shorter (but still regular) units of time - to help us feel the beat more accurately.

Follow along with Simon from ViolinSchool as you clap and play crotchets (quarter notes), quavers (eighth notes), and semiquavers (sixteenth notes) in time to the metronome ... without rushing!

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