- Auto Mode changes tempo periodically both up and down for serious speed training.
- Spice it up with various click sounds, time signatures, accents and rests.
- Save your favourite tempo, time signatures and auto mode settings in nine memory slots.
- Tap tempo to find that precise beat in your head. During use, the clicks synchronise to your tapping.
- Resize the window for bigger interface or go straight to to full screen mode.
- Tempos from 20 to 360 bpm.
Set the tempo
- Click on large arrows above and below the tempo value.
- Drag the numeric value up/down with the mouse.
- Press Up/Down to change by 5 bpm. The value is rounded first, so you can move between numbers ending with zero or five.
- Press Left/Right to change by 1 bpm.
- Press Enter, type in the value and press Enter again to confirm.
Play and stop
- Press Spacebar to play and stop or use the button on screen.
Notes and accents
- Click on time signature to change.
- Click on notes to cycle between accented note, normal note and rest.
- Auto mode changes tempo periodically which is useful for speed training. You can set the bpm amount and time interval.
- Press A or click the auto mode button to start.
- Click on bpm and time interval to type in value or drag the value up/down with your mouse.
- Save your favourite tempos, time signatures and auto mode settings in nine memory slots.
- Press S to save current preset. This will save tempo, time signature, accents and auto mode settings.
- Press Cmd+1 to Cmd+9 to save current settings as another preset.
- Press 1 to 9 from keyboard to load a preset.
- Press P to cycle between presets.
Sounds and volume
- Press O to cycle between available click sounds.
- Press Cmd+, to open Settings and choose sound from list.
- Drag volume slider or press Cmd+Up/Down or Cmd+Left/Right to change volume.
- Click TAP button or press T or Backspace at least three times in a row with more or less constant interval. New tempo is calculated as average of your last taps.
- Press V to toggle click light.
Full screen mode
- Press F to enter or leave full screen mode. Escape also leaves full screen.