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       klick - An advanced metronome for JACK


       klick [options] [bars] [meter] tempo[-tempo2/accel] [pattern]
       klick [options] -f filename
       klick [options] -i
       klick [options] -j


       klick  is  an advanced command-line based metronome using the JACK sound server. It allows
       you to define complex tempo maps for entire songs or performances.   A  single  meter  and
       tempo can be specified on the command line, while more complex tempo maps can be read from
       plain text files. Alternatively, it's also possible to  run  klick  in  interactive  mode,
       where  the  tempo  can  be  changed  at  runtime  using  the  keyboard, or to follow tempo
       information read from JACK transport.


       -f filename
              load tempo map from file

       -j     no tempo map, just follow jack transport

       -n name
              set jack client name

       -p port,..
              jack port(s) to connect to

       -P     automatically connect to hardware ports

       -o port
              OSC port to listen on

       -i     interactive mode

       -W filename
              export click track to audio file

       -r samplerate
              sample rate of export (default: 48000)

       -s number
              use built-in sounds:
              0: square wave (default)
              1: sine wave
              2: noise
              3: acoustic bell/click

       -S file[,file]
              load sounds from file(s)

       -e     no emphasized beats

       -E     emphasized beats only

       -v mult[,mult]
              adjust playback volume (default: 1.0)

       -w mult[,mult]
              adjust playback pitch (default: 1.0)

       -t     enable jack transport

       -T     become transport master (implies -t)

       -d seconds
              delay before starting playback

       -c bars
              pre-roll. use -c 0 for 2 beats

       -l label
              start playback at the given label

       -x multiplier
              multiply tempo by the given factor

       -h     show help


       [label:] bars [meter] tempo [pattern] [volume]


       The full documentation for klick can be found in HTML format at



       Dominic Sacre <>