The Rhythm Randomizer is a free website that generates rhythm patterns based on presets like meter and note value.
For music educators, this website is useful in the classroom and studio setting when teaching practical or theoretical applications of rhythm patterns.
In the video below, you will find a tutorial on how you can create a set of flashcards from the website.
Aside from opening the site, you will also need a screen grabbing tool like the Snipping Tool in your PC.
If you don’t have the Snipping Tool, any other screenshot tool available in your computer or Mac is sufficient to create your rhythm flashcards.
To know more about the Rhythm Randomizer website, you can read it here.
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