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100 BPM - Simple Straight Beat - Drum Track

The best sounding drumming tracks \u0026 loops for playing, jamming, practicing or composing.
Use it like a cool metronome. Pop, Rock. It shows the measure number at the top left.
100 Beats per Minute.

Beats per minute (BPM) is a unit typically used as a measure of tempo in music and heart rate.
The BPM tempo of a piece of music is conventionally shown in its score as a metronome mark, as illustrated to the right. This indicates that there should be 120 crotchet beats (quarter notes) per minute. In simple time signatures it is conventional to show the tempo in terms of the note duration on the bottom. So a 4/4 would show a crotchet (or quarter note), as above, while a 2/2 would show a minim (or half note).
In compound time signatures the beat consists of three note durations (so there are 3 quavers (eighth notes) per beat in a 6/8 time signature), so a dotted form of the next note duration up is used. The most common compound signatures: 6/8, 9/8, and 12/8, therefore use a dotted crotchet (dotted quarter note) to indicate their BPM.
Exotic time and particularly slow time signatures may indicate their BPM tempo using other note durations. BPM became common terminology in disco because of its usefulness to DJs, and remain important in the same genre and other dance music.
In this context the beats measured are either crotchets (quarter notes) in the time signature (sometimes ambiguously called down-beats), or drum beats (typically bass-drum or another functionally similar synthesized sound), whichever is more frequent. Higher BPM values are therefore achievable by increasing the number of drum beats, without increasing the tempo of the music. House music is faster around 120--128 BPM (from regular house music to UK Garage), Trance Music ranges from 125 to 150 BPM, and Jungle music generally ranges between 150--180 BPM. Psytrance is almost exclusively produced at 145 BPM, whereas Speedcore and Gabber music exceed 180 BPM.

El mejor sonido de batería y loops para practicar, imrpovisar o componer.
Úselo como un metrónomo fresco. Pop, Rock. Se muestra el número de compás en la parte superior izquierda.
100 latidos por minuto.

Latidos por minuto (BPM) es una unidad típicamente usado como una medida de tempo en la música y el ritmo cardíaco.
El tempo BPM de una pieza de música que convencionalmente se muestra en la puntuación como una marca de metrónomo, como se ilustra a la derecha. Esto indica que no debe ser de 120 pulsaciones de negras (negras) por minuto. En los compases simples, es convencional para mostrar el tempo en función de la duración de la nota en la parte inferior. Así un 4/4 mostraría una negra (o negra), como anteriormente, mientras que un 2/2 se muestran una mínima (o nota media).
En los compases compuestos, el ritmo se compone de tres duraciones de notas (por lo que hay tres corcheas (corcheas) por tiempo en un compás de 6/8), por lo que una forma de puntos de la duración de la nota inmediatamente superior se utiliza. Las firmas compuestos más comunes: 6/8, 9/8, y 12/8, por lo tanto, utilizar una negra con puntillo (negra con puntillo) para indicar su BPM.
Exotic tiempo y compás particularmente lentas pueden indicar su tempo BPM con otras duraciones de nota. BPM se convirtió en una terminología común en la discoteca debido a su utilidad para los DJs, y siguen siendo importantes en el mismo género de música y danza.
En este contexto, los ritmos medidos o son negras (negras) en la signatura de tiempo (a veces llamado ambiguamente abajo-beats), o ritmos de batería (típicamente bombo u otro funcionalmente semejante sonido sintetizado), el que sea más frecuente. Los valores más altos de BPM, por tanto, alcanzable mediante el aumento del número de golpes de tambor, sin aumentar el ritmo de la música. Música de la casa es más rápido alrededor de 120-128 BPM (desde música house regular a UK Garage), los rangos de Música Trance 125 a 150 BPM, y la música Jungle generalmente oscila entre 150-180 BPM. Psytrance se producen casi exclusivamente a 145 BPM, mientras que Speedcore y música Gabber superan los 180 BPM.

100 BPM - Metronome

100 BPM (Beats per minute) Metronome

I designed this metronome series to be as simple and minimal as possible yet of the highest quality.

My goal was to design a metronome with very precise time accuracy, that can be played loud to cut through loud musical situations without being annoying.

I purposely avoid any accent, to keep this metronome versatile. As a result, it can be used for any time signature or time signature change, and offer just what is essential : A steady time reference.

I used Ableton Live to record the sound and process it. My goal was to get the best transient possible to allow a very precise time reference while at the same time keeping the sound dense with a moderate crest factor. I crafted the frequency response of the click very carefully to avoid harsh frequencies where our ear is very sensitive.

In order to keep this metronome lightweight, i decided to avoid any animation that can distract the attention of the musician.

This metronome is great for personal practice, in particular for drums, percussions or electrical instruments where some metronomes struggle to be heard but can be used by teachers or schools providing a solution for classrooms, where the loudness and size of a real metronome are just not good enough.

That's all, I hope you'll enjoy this series.

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