January 21, 2020 | Story by John Bongiovanni | Photo Ralph Palumbo
Wittner Metronomes - keeping time for musicians
Metronomes tend to be overlooked in the music world, no matter what the choice of instrument. A metronome is a practice tool that produces a steady pulse (or beat) to help musicians play rhythms accurately. The pulses are measured in beats-per-minute (BPM). Any student looking to perfect their time needs to invest in a great metronome, it’s money well spent.
Enter Wittner who makes some fun metronomes shaped like Owls, Cats and Penquins that will make the idea of developing ones own internal time clock, a much more fun and palatable idea.
Wittner Metronomes have been a mainstay at NAMM for quite some time now. They have a rich history that dates back to 1895 when their founder, Gutsav Wittner, founded a precision mechanical factory focused on the production of the worlds best time keeping tool.
If your child is serious about playing music, they need a metronome to enhance their performance in the long run. Whittner is an amazing choice as they are the time keeping tool found in the majority of successful musicians practice spaces.
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