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kenny serane 02/24/2004

Korg MA-30 : kenny serane's user review

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Audience: Beginners
I have since I play music (specifically guitar), still used a mechanical metronome type MATRIX. When the latter decided to make the soul (reason unexplained), I started searching the metronome of the twenty-first century, that is to say something that would be flexible, practical, precise and the latest technologies. This metronome, I found the Korg MA-30.

-Volume control (very handy under the terms sound) with headphones.

A-LCD display with a visual indication of the movement of ancient metronomes. More intuitive than a vulgar diode when used without her.

One-eighth division of the tempo, double etc. ... very useful for beginners.

A pitch-which not only provide just the A 440, since all the notes are selected, so can act as tuning the ear to forget the automatic tuner.

A-Tap Tempo function Extremely useful for identifying the tempo of a song in seconds.
A-format "credit card" that will fit nicely anywhere.

For 30, there is therefore little wonder. A little more expensive than a conventional metronome, but so much better.
Investment sr to play as precise as a groovebox!