MESSE05: Keep In Time With Korg

...Introducing The KDM-2 Digital Metronome      08/04/05
Korg have launched their KDM-2, a digital metronome that they say is easy to use and accurately marks the tempo visually and with a powerful sound. Main Features
  • Korg's original, cylindrical resonator speaker provides powerful sound, now with even more volume and improved tone.
  • An LED provides visual confirmation of the tempo, a convenient feature for practicing with the metronome muted.
  • Newly added beat variations range from basic to sophisticated rhythms like son clave and rumba clave.
  • A total of 19 beat patterns cover your practicing needs in numerous musical styles.
  • Tap Tempo function makes it easy to set the tempo.
  • An audible Reference tone in a range of C4~B4 is available, allowing you to tune your instrument.
  • An encoder-type TEMPO/CALIB dial and switch provide direct access to the desired setting or function.
  • A large LCD screen makes settings easy to see.
  • Original and compact style.
  • Long battery life, with approximately 120 hours of continuous use.
    More info:
  • www.korg.com
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