120 bpm Metronome

Use our simple online metronome to improve your musical skills.






How to use the metronome


First of all, you need to set the number of beats per minute or bpm that the metronome will play. To do this, you can use the slider or the increase and decrease buttons for precise setting.

Set Beats

Set the number of beats per measure. This can be a quantity from 1 to 12. If you do not know what value to put, we recommend setting the value to 1.


You can enter the bpm using the push-to-enter function. Press the button with a frequency that repeats the tempo you want and the bpm of the metronome will be set to that value.

Why is our online metronome so good

We have made every effort to make the most convenient and useful online metronome on the internet


You can find a large number of metronomes on the Internet for all occasions. However, they often have confusing controls unless you are a professional musician. Therefore, when creating our metronome, we tried to simplify the interface as much as possible so that anyone could use it.


We fully understand the importance of metronome accuracy for any musician. Our application code is written so perfectly that we guarantee that all your pieces of music will be exactly on time. No more delays or freezes, so that you can play without thinking about extraneous things.


It doesn't matter what purpose you need a metronome for, it is suitable for any task and for any musical instrument - guitar, piano, drums and others. The main thing is that you can calmly go about your business, and we will make sure that everything goes smoothly.


We have specially selected the sounds of the metronome so that you can clearly hear them even when you play a musical instrument loudly. We deliberately ditched the traditional click sound in favor of a more resonant signal. Now you won't miss a beat even when you turn your amp at full volume.

Is free

Agree that it would be strange to ask for money for such a simple instrument as a metronome. That is why we are not asking - our online metronome was, is and will always be absolutely free, no matter what. In return, we ask you only to turn off ad blocking on the page, because this is our only source of income.


Gone are the days when the metronome had to be bought in the store as a separate device. Now in the age of modern technology and the Internet, such simple functions are available as web applications. All you need is to go to the site and start using the metronome online and without installation.


A metronome is a device that produces regular, repeating sounds at a steady pace, indicated by beats per minute (or BPM). This device has many uses for musicians and is also an essential piece of musical equipment for students and professionals. The metronome is able to accurately determine the musical tempo, which helps to ensure the harmony of the music being played. Allows you to hone your sense of rhythm, maintains the tempo in the range from 30 to 240 beats per minute. Historically, bpm has not had the designation we are used to seeing now. This practice has only become common since the 19th century, when the metronome was invented.

Using Online Metronome

We can play any composition both at a slow pace and at a fast one. Strictly speaking, when learning a piece of music, you should always start playing it at a slow pace in order to play every note clearly. And gradually get closer to the original pace. During operation, the metronome emits evenly alternating sounds, indicating the beats of a piece of music. Typically, the tempo in a metronome can vary over a wide range. Musical metronome is a simple program for counting the rhythm, useful for learning to play the guitar and learning dance movements.

There is a fairly common misconception among beginners that there are metronomes for guitar and metronomes for piano. But in fact, there is no distinction between them. All metronomes perform the same functions and are therefore suitable for any musical instrument. The metronome is a really useful instrument, but remember - you cannot constantly practice with the metronome if you do not want to simplify yourself as a musician and turn into a jukebox that, without thinking, pulls the right string at the right time or presses the right key.

  • Grave – slow and solemn (20–40 BPM)
  • Lento – slowly (40–45 BPM)
  • Largo – broadly (45–50 BPM)
  • Adagio – slow and stately (55–65 BPM)
  • Adagietto – rather slow (65–69 BPM)
  • Andante – at a walking pace (73–77 BPM)
  • Moderato – moderately (86–97 BPM)
  • Allegretto – moderately fast (98–109 BPM)
  • Allegro – fast, quickly and bright (109–132 BPM)
  • Vivace – lively and fast (132–140 BPM)
  • Presto – extremely fast (168–177 BPM)
  • Prestissimo – even faster (178 BPM and over)