Hey!

This is a learning platform for musical rhythm.

It's free, web based, and includes:

  1. Many Rhythm Trainers.
  2. A Rhythm Generator, a Metronome, Ploop and other tools.
  3. Teacher-Student support.

The trainers aim to be quick and easy to use. Match sounds, words and notes in many ways. Configure tempo, instrument and more. Tap out rhythms.

Great for beginner music students.

All tools should work well on mobiles and tablets.

I've been learning piano, and was inspired to improve on the existing rhythm tools. I'd love to hear your feedback.

Hope you enjoy,

Matt
Matt
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4four.io is still growing up, and I'm trying to do all the right things :)

What is stored in the browser
A single cookie. This is required for basic functionality and security.
Metronome, Ploop, Beeper and the guitars store their settings in the indexed DB.
The dark/light setting is stored in the localStorage.
The embeddable versions of the tools do not use a cookie and do not store anything. These tools have URL pathnames beginning with "/embed/".
What is stored on the servers
If you register an account via email, then the servers store the email address. If you log in with Google, then your "display name" and Google account ID are stored.
If you are logged in, then information is stored about all the exercises that you complete, for the Progress page.
If you log in via email and want to connect to a teacher, then you'll have to provide your name. This name is stored.
The servers store access and error information to disk. These logs may include IP addresses. These logs are temporary (and they are not backed up).
Daily total trainer runs are recorded. These are aggregates and so are not linked to any users in any way. You can see this info here.
What your teachers can see
If you log in then you may connect to one or more teachers. These teachers are able to see your name and all your scores and badges.
Communication
4four uses Gmail for email. This includes the messages sent for password reset, and from the contact page.
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Credits

Thanks to Bonnie Woolie and her students for early feedback and encouragement. Check out Bridging21, the learning site she is developing.

Many of the icons are from SVGRepo. They have a big selection of clean, free-to-use vectors.

The 404 character is a modification of one of Kenney's characters. Kenney has produced a huge number of public domain game assets.

4four.io's social media banner is based on a photograph by Amir Doreh on Unsplash.

The songs used in the Player and Tap The Beat are all public domain, from Mutopia, FreePD.com, OpenGameArt.org and the Digital Tradition Folk Music Database.

And of course 4four.io depends on lots of Free and Open Source Software!