We are joined this week by one of the most prolific up-and-coming jazz guitarists of the LA scene. She has played with Black Eyed Peas and Jason Mraz, from Royal Albert Hall to Hollywood Bowl, meet Molly Miller as she answers a few questions for us.
1) Why is rhythm important?
Rhythm is one of the key elements of music. It is essential to have good rhythm and a solid sense of time.
2) How often do you practice with a metronome?
I use a metronome at almost all of my practice sessions. If I can make a metronome sound groovy, then I am in a good place.
If I can make a metronome sound groovy, then I am in a good place.
3) Why is it important to practice with a metronome?
A metronome keeps you honest.
4) Can you name one thing that you like about the metronome on metronomeonline.com?
I like to practice using a metronome, record myself, and then listen back. This allows me to hear how I am interacting with time – am I rushing? When I get excited do I get deeper or farther away from the groove? Using a metronome while practicing has helped me with my feel and time.