Soundbrenner is making a name for itself in the music industry thanks to their wearable metronomes. They even have some endorsement from highly respected musicians, Now they have a follow-up model. The new Soundbrenner Core adds three functions that musicians are going to love. That’s because it’s a watch, a tuner, and a decibel meter. All on your wrist.
It can be worn on your wrist, your arm, even your ankle. You set the tempo with a few taps on the surface, and you can make adjustments by twisting the outer ring. That ring will also let you switch between songs. It also has a rhythm coach feature that lets you replicate a beat by tapping, allowing you to practice and improve your score.
It can sync up to 5 devices, which is great if the whole band wants in on the action. To set it up just tap one unit with another to achieve NFC pairing. You can also connect via WiFi if you have a whole orchestra that needs to keep time.
You can expect this smartwatch to be a big hit. It packs in a lot of great features for those who like to jam. starts out at $229. The new device is detachable, and can be placed on a guitar as a tuner. It also integrates with many DAW programs so you can hit the spots in the music at the right time.
The device is on Indiegogo for pre-order.
Controlled via the Soundbrenner App
Soundbrenner’s The Metronome app will let you do a lot more as well. watch mode has two OLED strips that display the time, date, day and other simple notifications. When you starting making music it displays the BPM, time signature, subdivision, and accent.
Metronomes are for More than Just Music
As a podcast coach, I have suggested people use a metronome to get a rhythm in their speaking. Slower talkers are given a brisk pace, where fast talkers use it to slow down.
Metronomes like Soundbrenner pulse also can help with meditation, breathing, and calming down. If you have problems sleeping, try using this at about 75 bpm.
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