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If you are not opposed to using a PC as metronome, you could just use any DAW/Sequencer (Audio recording software like logic, ableton live, cubase etc.) or the excellent guitar pro. I'm sure there are also some free alternatives. This kind of software usually has a way to map out a full music piece including tempo changes. It also has an included metronome ...


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The point of practising with a metronome is to verify that you are able to keep to a constant meter while playing arbitrary rhythms, or to help you gain that ability if you don't have it. Executing tempo changes such as ritardandos and rubatos requires that you already have that ability, because they should be deliberate choices to deviate from the beat ...



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