Volunteers needed to test timing trainer software


Junior Member
I am currently doing research into timing training for musicians. I'm looking for musicians who would be interested in downloading and testing some timing training software, and then filling in a very short online survey (16 point-and-click questions). Downloads and more information available here:


Thanks, and please pass the link on to anyone who might be interested.

David Manchip


Senior Member
I just played with it for a few minutes. Very interesting! Unfortunately, I don't have my drums at the moment but I'll try it when I get to my set.

Nick G.

Senior Member
great idea!
im just sitting in my bedroom at the moment tapping on my leg to see how it goes but it seems like a great idea :)

i assume you made this program so just a quick suggestion, perhaps make a fade back in time?
i havent looked at the survey yet as im waiting to be sitting behind a kit so for all i know thats one of the parts of it :p


Junior Member
Actually, that's probably the most requested feature so far, to have the regular click come back in again after a specified time. I'll definitely look into changing it.


I'll bite!

My dissertation is writing software (I'll be using Max/MSP) but it's always good to help another student out!


Junior Member
Appreciated :)
I'm up to about 15 survey responses now, and I guess I need about 50, so every one counts.


Silver Member
I have used it. I like how the click fades, I agree with the other post it should fade back in
other than that it seems like a useful tool. I will take the survey in about a week.


Junior Member
A big thank you to everyone who has tried the software and completed the survey. I've received some really useful feedback and suggestions, I might even look into turning this into something professional once the studies are done. I'm going to leave the site up and the survey open for a few days in case there are any late comers.