Soundbrenner Core is the ultimate watch for musicians. Motivate your child to practice instrument through a vibrating metronome.
With a tech-savvy device, you can provide such a fun and motivating experience that your child will want to practice more. Soundbrenner’s vibrating metronome allows students to play music loudly and confidently and still be able to focus on the beat.
When children have fun, they can improve quickly!
Vibrating metronome: Musicians will no longer have to rely on auditory feedback. It’s silent, non-obtrusive, and effective. This will motivate young musicians to stick with learning music theory.
It comes with a free app! They can also set the LED colors for every beat.
Chromatic contact tuner: This is a tuner that they will never misplace – since it’ll be on their wrist all the time!
*tuner suitable for guitar, bass guitar, ukulele and violin.
dB meter & alarm: It’ll keep their ears as safe as possible. The Core’s dB meter alerts users when they exceed potentially harmful dB thresholds and cues them to wear hearing protection*
*Soundbrenner Core and Core Steel come with free earplugs!
You can receive smartphone push notifications** directly on the Soundbrenner Core.
**Android available in Q3 2020 through firmware update
“I find that apart from keeping everyone in time, it brings focus to their rehearsals and performances.”
Francis Ajiteru – Founder, Fleetwood Academy of Modern Music
“Traditional metronomes can be tough to listen to when playing above dynamics louder than “piano”. Our senses can be overwhelmed especially for beginner cellists, when both arms move in two opposite directions – one horizontally and the other vertically. With stringed instruments it’s even more crucial to listen to our intonation, that at times makes it almost impossible to maintain our focus on the audio ticking of a traditional metronome.”
Journey Choi – Cello Teacher in Plano, Texas
A traditional metronome only engages one sense. For people with disabilities it helps to reach multiple senses or learning modes. “For people with disabilities it helps to reach multiple senses or learning modes.
Each person has one learning mode that is dominant, either aural, visual or kinesthetic. In conclusion, if we teach toward all three learning modes at the same time, we capture more students than through one.”
➡️ “I bought this as a gift to my son. It was easy to sync up with his phone. He loves the vibrating metronome and I love how he can read text messages on his watch. He is very happy with his watch. I have already suggested it to some of his classmates in band.”
– April ★★★★★
➡️ “My daughter has a lot of trouble using a sound metronome, hearing the violin and a click of a metronome is very confusing for her, though she’s been playing for 13 years. Finding this has been almost a miracle. She uses it almost every day as a watch, metronome, tuner, and alarm. She’s been ecstatic practicing now, because she can get the music and work with it. It’s allowed her to gain the freedom of musical expression while keeping a steady beat. Overall, I would highly recommend this product. Came in a cool box, had lots of little gadgets and an instruction manual. Five stars, she is incredibly happy.”
– Doug D. ★★★★★
➡️ “This is great for musicians. My daughter is a musician and in college for music. She literally screamed and jumped up and down when she opened this gift. lol She absolutely loves it. She says it works great and does all it says it will.”
– LW ★★★★★
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