What are the MIDI options?

MIDI options include: Select the MIDI note that marks the split between left and right pads when using a MIDI device to tap double rhythms. Select the MIDI note to use for hi hat, snare, and kick drum pads when using a MIDI device to tap drumkit rhythms. Turn MIDI Send on or off. When …

What are the Sound Options?

Sound options include: Pad sounds, based on a General MIDI sound set, for right/single and left pads. Pad notes – from MIDI note C2 to MIDI note B5 – for right/single and left pads. Drum sounds, including kit type (eight kit types available), and sounds for pads, based on General MIDI percussion sounds. Metronome sounds …

What are the Tap Options?

The tap options include tap precision (how forgiving Rhythm Lab is when judging the accuracy of a tap), the number of lead-in count measures (from 0 to 3), whether to test the length of a note when tapping, and whether to play warning sounds when a tap error is made.

What settings can be changed?

Many settings in Rhythm Lab can be changed, including: Tap Settings – test note lengths, play error sounds, display hits/misses, timing strictness/loosenes, number of count-in measures. Sound Settings – pad sounds, pad notes/pitches, drumkit type, metronome sounds. Theme Settings – eight different color schemes to choose from. MIDI Settings – MIDI note/number for split between …