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Korg MA-30 Ultra Compact Digital Metronome
The Korg MA30 is a proven offering from their innovative line of metronomes! The MA30 has features like volume control and sophisticated rhythms such as triplets and quadruplets with inner beats omitted. Its easy-to-see display includes a cool liquid crystal pendulum.87% (7)
The MA-30 is the latest digital metronome from Korg's innovative line, packed with new features like volume control and sophisticated rhythms such as triplets and quadruplets, with inner beats omitted.
An ultra-portable digital metronome packed with features.Click to enlarge.
Liquid crystal pendulum for visual tempo reference.
Built-in speaker for metronome and reference pitches.
In addition to the audible click, the MA-30 features a liquid crystal pendulum for visual tempo reference.
Sophisticated Rhythm Patterns
13 different rhythms are built-in to this electronic metronome so you can practice to more than just a click track. Rhythms include duplets, triplets, triplets with inner beats omitted, quadruplets, and quadruplets with inner beats omitted are programmed into this digital metronome
The MA-30 features twelve reference pitches (C4 -B4) for tuning on the go, with adjustable calibration of A4 from 438-445 Hz.
The MA-30's tempo adjusts from 40 to 208 BPM. You can also use the tap function for setting the tempo manually.
Adjustable Volume and Headphone Output
Adjust the metronome volume to your liking, and use the earphone jack so only you can hear the sound.
Get approximately 250 hours of continuous digital metronome use on two AAA batteries.
The MA-30 weights in at just .17 lbs. (including batteries), and is small enough to fit in your pocket at 4.09 x 2.52 x 0.59 inches (W x D x H).
What's in the Box
Korg MA-30 Digital Metronome, Two AAA Batteries, User's Manual
On the Road
Voigtlander Bessa R3A Nokton 40mm F1.4 SC Tri-x 400 @400 HC-110 B 4.75min Somewhere in Ottertail County (I think) September 25, 2011 Visions of Rural Minnesota- The Towns A typical county hwy... this is what I see as I travel to the towns in this series... In the comments of one of my previous photo's in this series a contact asked about how I go about choosing the towns and the photos I take when I get there. Basically asking me the process I go through... Tomorrow I am going to post photo's from the first town I went to yesterday. Hitterdal. Why and how did I pick Hitterdal?? Well it was Saturday, It was nice out and I had already cleaned up the house, did the morning kid sport thing and really I had a choice.. I could sit around the house and watch TV or I could go out and do something.. I choose to do something. Then I started thinking north, east, south, west.. Lets go north I haven't been that way for awhile. I looked at the map for towns an hour or less away and that is how I came upon Hitterdal. I packed up the my cameras and film... made sure I had my cell phone and I was off. 1st stop the gas station.. I always make sure I have a full tank.. you never know. I buy my usual road trip supplies.. A bottle of water, a bottle of Diet Coke, and a small bag of almonds. (they make an excellent snack. good for you too) 2nd stop that day was a thrift store (yes I know) where I bought 2 Polaroids for 5 bucks.. Ok now I am really ready to go.. It will take me about 45 min to get there. As I am driving (the radio is blaring) if I see something of interest I will make a mental note to stop on the way back.. I have learned if I stop on the way there that I sometimes never get to all the places I actually planned on going.. Time fly's by. When I finally see my destination. I turn down the radio and start looking. I make a drive by. Then I tour around the town a bit to see what it is all about. Making mental notes of what I find interesting. After giving it the once over I start with the downtown (usually only 1 or 2 blocks long) I park and begin to walk. If anybody is around. I make sure to wave and be real friendly. They like that. After downtown I drive through the residential streets.. That is about all there is to it.. I either go on to another town or its time to go home.. Yep not rocket science. I don't study the towns ahead of time. I have no idea what I will find. I take pics of what interests me. What stands out. Simple really.. Now you know...Macro setting on DMC-LX5 (Hand Held - no post processing)
Update on my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 after 5 months of use: Every time i check my search stats (a pretty cool feature for Flickr "Pro" users) there have been multiple links to my photos from Flicker searches for "DMC-LX5". So I thought it may be useful share my experiences with the camera. After 5 months, I am still happy with the Panasonic DMC-LX5. I am an amateur user who is not willing to make a lot a sacrifices to purse the hobby, i.e., no lugging around a SLR/DSLR or tripod. I do, however, often want to take pics that are better than those i can get from my cell phone, so when it came time to buy a new camera, i decided it was the best choice for me even though it was bulkier than i wanted. After using it for 5 months, I still think it was the best choice though it is larger than i would like my "go-anywhere-camera" and there are times when it does not go with me because it is just a bit too large. I have gotten used to the somewhat awkward lens cap and I am amazed that I haven't lost it yet. I am loving the wide-angle lens more than I thought I would . I may use it in situations that I shouldn't be -- -I notice more of my pics with a strange perspective---but it is nice to have. this is great camera for someone who wants higher quality and more flexibility than the standard P&S camera on the market offers. The only downside is that it is not quite a pocketable camera. I have no problem pocketing it when I am wearing a coat or pants with a large pocket --- but it isn't small enough to slip into a pocket of a suit jacket or pair of tailored pants. Keep in mind, however, it is a pretty cool looking camera (l love it's retro style which reminds me of an older rangefinder) and I don't mind carrying around on the shoulder strap occasionally. Overall, I am happy to stick with this camera until the next big leap in digital camera technology that will combine a quality lens, larger sensor , and smaller camera body size, and a three digit USD price.
Enjoy your movies on the road with two widescreen 7 Inch LCDs. With a built in 5 hour rechargeable battery, this is ideal for long or short trips! Play your movies and music in your car! The Sylvania SDVD8732 dual-screen Portable DVD player features two 7" TFT LCD display screens that let you indulge in enjoying your DVD movies, music and photos on the road. Installs and mounts easily for in-car enjoyment with included car adaptor and mounting straps, plus has AC adaptor, built-in stereo speakers, and headphone jack for personal enjoyment. Also included is a remote control and a USB/SD Card Reader.See also:
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