For a musician beats are extremely important. And to ensure that the music does not go off beat, a musician usually practices with a device called metronome. Metronomes are available in different shapes, sizes, and designs. One such beautiful metronome is the “Metronom Singer Songwriter” designed by Benjamin Beck.
Metronom Singer Songwriter is a beautiful-looking metronome that comes in different colors such as red, green, golden yellow and more. It is very different from the traditional metronomes, which were not so great in the design department. This metronome not only excels in design and aesthetic appeal but also in its working mechanism.
Keeping in mind the easygoing lifestyle of the musicians, this particular metronome has been made in a very simple way. If you take a look at it when it is not turned on, it almost appears like a piece of coconut cut into two halves. And if you turn the device on it appears almost like a bedside lamp. The metronome is very minimalistic in its design with no buttons or a display in sight. To turn the device on, all you need to do is to turn it inside out, and since it is solar powered, you do not need any electricity for this pretty-looking device.
The lower half of the device serves as a stand when the metronome is turned on. The volume of the device is regulated by a turning wheel. Turning the upper half of the device would therefore adjust the volume. If you love composing by the sea, then you can take it along without any worry because the rubber coat would protect the electronic body against sand and water. Metronom Singer Songwriter is a perfect companion to any musician and is a beauty to look at.
Via: Benjamin Beck