Translation of metronome in Spanish:


metrónomo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɛtrənəʊm//ˈmɛtrəˌnoʊm/


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    metrónomo masculine
    • So what does irregular handwriting, with sudden loops, squashed sprawls, and verticals ticking like metronomes, say about the man?
    • In her own teaching, she focused on students' technical and musical problems one at a time, advised practicing slowly and advocated use of the metronome.
    • The use of metronomes, electronic tuners or other mechanical devices will not be allowed during the contestant's performance.
    • This is the stuff of unrestrained release - hardly a place for a handy metronome and the prison of barlines!
    • The water splashed back and forth, smooth and steady, keeping time like a metronome.
    • In addition, a built-in metronome can accommodate standard and odd-metered rhythms and be programmed for future time changes.
    • The prizes have been metronomes, music, piano bags and miniature pianos filled with candy.
    • Twice in rehearsal, he adjusts his pocket metronome to the deejay's pulse, deferring to the dominant instrument.
    • Many students may need to be introduced to effective practice methods such as repetition, playing with a metronome, woodshedding and visualization.
    • Prior to learning the notes, students need to tap and count the rhythm, incorporating all accents and dynamics, with the metronome set to the eighth note.
    • As well as ticking on each beat, metronomes often have a bell which can be set to ting every second, third, or fourth beat to mark the first beat in the bar.
    • We all need the music teacher's most basic pedagogical tool, the metronome.
    • This may include practicing for a predetermined amount of time per day or utilizing the metronome to improve rhythm.
    • There's no rules, and Mozart was before the age of the metronome.
    • We recorded it on my portable disc recorder, 78 rpm, and a metronome was set at 78 and placed adjacent to the microphone.
    • Study of these works should not be attempted, nor can mastery be achieved, without consistent and disciplined use of the metronome.
    • A clock filled the falling silence, ticking like a metronome, keeping the beat of the daily grind.
    • He just wants metronomes, randomness, atonality, doubletime kick drums and clicks.
    • As the movement progresses there is, of course, flexibility of tempo as measured against a metronome but everything seems so solid and inevitable.
    • The metronome is handy and well positioned visually to be a constant reminder of the benefit of slow practice.