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Metronome app - (drum kit style)

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Hi there guys!

Every app I've found sounds like "TIC-toc-toc-toc, TIC-toc-toc-toc..." and so on.

Could you sugest one like a digital "drum kit"

I have android btw... :punk: See u around!

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yes... I found one once and it was about preprocessing an audio file but only for 10 secs or so...

You had to pay if you wanted it to loop indefinitely... and you had to wait a while until it finished preprocessing an audio. ANNOYING!!!

Any idea...?

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