- Equipped with high-precision tuner function
- Display is approximately 1.3 times the size of TM-50
- Backlit LCD ensures high visibility even in dark locations
- LCD needle-type meter detects the pitch instantly
- Wide detection range of C1-C8 supports a range of instruments
- Calibration is adjustable to match various concert pitches
- Metronome has a wide tempo range from 30 to 252 beats/minute
- Long-life design with approximately double the battery life
- Convenient memory backup function and auto power-off function
- Choose from 3 types of tempo settings and 15 rhythm variations
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Korg TM-60 Combo Tuner Metronome (White)
- Korg TM-60 Combo Tuner Metronome (White)
- 2 x AAA Batteries for Verifying Operation
- Limited 1-Year Warranty
Korg TM-60 Combo Tuner Metronome (White)
The Korg TM-60 Combo Tuner Metronome is the newest model and features a larger display that can show the tuner and metronome simultaneously. The battery life has also been dramatically improved. With the all-new TM-60, you will be able to enjoy pitch training and rhythm training without having to switch functions or be concerned with battery life.
Tuning and rhythm training are indispensable for brass band or orchestral practice. In addition to letting you use the tuner and metronome simultaneously, the TM-60 features a display that’s approximately 1.3 times larger than the previous model (the TM-50), allowing easy viewing even when the unit is placed on your music stand, and also allowing the tuner and metronome functions to both to be viewed simultaneously. No longer will you have to switch between functions; you will be able to use practicing techniques that are idiomatic to orchestral instruments, such as keeping a consistent pitch throughout a long note while varying the tone to add vibrato in time with the tempo, or checking the pitch of chords while using the metronome. The enlarged display is backlit. You can adjust the brightness on two levels, soft or auto, ensuring stress-free tuning even when you’re on a dimly lit stage or in an orchestra pit. The circuitry has been redesigned to achieve a battery life of 130 hours, approximately double that of the previous TM-50 model (tuner in use, backlight off). There’s no need to worry about the remaining battery life even during extended practices or performances.
Needle-Type Meter with Excellent Response
Korg's proprietary technology accurately detects the pitch without any time lag. The pitch drift that is prone to occur during long tones played on a wind instrument can be detected before it happens, letting you train yourself to produce an unwavering tone with a stable pitch.
Wide Detection Range of C1-C8 Supports a Variety of Instruments
The TM-60 can detect note names and pitches for a variety of orchestral and other instruments. The range from C1 (32.70 Hz) to C8 (4186.01 Hz) can easily be detected. Even acoustic instruments that are difficult to detect because their sound contains a significant amount of low-frequency energy or a large number of partials, such as guitar and ukulele, can be tuned easily and accurately. Also available in the lineup is the TM-60C, which is shipped with a CM-200 contact mic. By attaching the CM-200 to your instrument, the vibrations can be sent directly to the tuner for more accurate tuning.
Marks that Indicate Pure Major and Minor Third Intervals
In an ensemble such as a brass band or orchestra, harmonies of third intervals are easily perceived as out of tune and can be made to sound better by slightly adjusting the pitch to a pure major or minor third. The TM-60’s meter scale provides marks that indicate pure major and minor thirds, and simply tuning so that the needle coincides with these marks allows you to play in beautiful harmony with an ensemble. This is convenient not only for orchestral instruments but also for vocal music or a cappella practice. When tuning to a pure major or minor third, the specific note to be adjusted depends on the music that you are playing.
Sound Out Mode Generates a Reference Tone
In addition to a meter for visual tuning, the TM-60 provides a 'sound out' mode that lets you tune using your ear while listening to a reference tone from the internal speaker or a set of connected headphones. The reference tone can be selected from the three-octave range of C3 (130.81 Hz) to C6 (1046.50 Hz), supporting not only wind instruments but also a variety of other instruments.
Sound Back Mode Generates the Reference Tone that’s Closest to Your Input Pitch
Sound Back mode generates the reference tone that’s closest to the pitch that you’re playing, while simultaneously indicating your input pitch on the meter. Since this allows you to check the pitch with both eye and ear, it lets you tune more precisely, and it’s also ideal for ear training. Refining your ear is a particularly helpful practice method for the beginner. This function is available when there is a connection either to the input jack or to the headphone jack (or both).
Easily Set the Tempo Using Three Different Methods
You can set the tempo using three different methods, the pendulum step lets you increase or decrease the tempo value in the same way as the settings on a standard pendulum-type metronome, 'full step' lets you specify the tempo in single-step increments in the range of 30–252, and 'tap tempo' lets you specify the desired tempo by pressing the switch in time with the song you’re playing.
Fifteen Rhythm Variations for Practicing a Wide Range of Musical Genres
There are 15 different built-in rhythms including time signatures from 0 through 9 as well as duplets, triplets, triplets with the middle note omitted, quadruplets, and quadruplets with the middle notes omitted, and the tempo can be freely specified in the range of 30-252 beats per minute. Sophisticated rhythms such as triplets or quadruplets with the middle notes omitted are used in a wide range of styles from classical to rock and jazz. When using the tuner function and metronome function simultaneously, you can’t specify triplets, triplets with the middle note omitted, quadruplets, or quadruplets with the middle notes omitted.
Enhanced Ease of Use with a Stand and Battery Compartment Cover
The design of the TM-60 pays careful attention to every detail of the unit. A folding stand lets you position the unit stably. The battery compartment cover is designed as a single piece with the unit itself, eliminating any danger of the cover being lost when you replace the batteries.