BMF: Korg Earring Also Metronome

On-ear metronome - the smallest ever.      20/07/01
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BMF 2001 ­ Korg, the company that invented the first hand-held electronic tuner, has now created the world's smallest, lightest metronome. The Korg MM-1, an on-ear micro metronome, is no bigger than an earring, but packs all the functionality you could want for rhythm training. Perfect For Practice The MM-1 ís ideal for practicing in private. It's also the perfect choice for practicing when surrounded by other instruments, since Korg¹s unique on-ear design ensures that the metronome sound will always be clear and audible. Compact Size, Complete Functionality Despite its tiny size, there¹s nothing small about the functionality that the MM-1 delivers. This micro-metronome fits comfortably around your ear to give you absolute digital accuracy and everything you need for complete rhythm training. The MM-1 provides 38 adjustment steps over a tempo range that goes from 40 to 208 beats per minute. You can also select 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4 or 7/4 time signatures as well as duplet, triplet or quadruplet beats.

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