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Dave's Tex - Mex, Tejano, Conjunto Site for the Diatonic Button Accordion - Ahora Bilingüe

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Intro
Intro en Español
**Mission Statement**
**The Tex Mex Accordion**
**The Basics**
**GFC Accordion**
**Señor Maestro Program**
**Major Scales**
**Chromatic Scale**
**Fingerings**
Right hand position
**Preparation for 3rds**
**Music Theory**
**Music Theory 2**
Music Theory 3
**Circle of Fifths**
**Arpeggios for the GFC Box**
Practicing with a metronome
Trinos and Apoyaturas
Thirds and Sixes
**Ear Training**
Music Theory Quiz
Music Theory Quiz 2
Music Theory Quiz 3
Finding the Song Key
Adornos
Remates and improvisations
Bellows Technique
The Basses
Guest Book
Contact Us
About Me
Links
Practicing with a metronome

Metronome practice can help you improve your timing.
Practicing your scales in sixes and thirds is essential to playing the accordion.  An even better idea is to practice in time with a metronome.  There are various metronome programs available for free on line.
For someone who wants a super-metronome that can be programmed to do anything you want, I suggest the VKO Mundobeat
Whatever program you use, playing in time with a metronome will show you if you really know the scale or not. 
To increase your speed, try increasing the speed of the metronome a little each day. 
Other metronome programs.
Metronome on line

Metronome for PC