Can not find metronome in Roland XPS 10

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    I tried to find the metronome during my practice in Roland XPS 10, but couldn't find out. Please help me to find the metronome.
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    Yes I have checked the manual but couldn't find it. Could you please help me??
     
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    Look Closely at Page 28, Using Audio Pads.

    It doesn't have a metronome per se but it does have built in Rhythm Patterns you can play along with.

    Read that section carefully to learn how to adjust the tempo and select a basic rhythm that will serve as your metronome.

    Gary ;)
     
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    Thanks Gary. Thanks for your help.
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    You're very welcome Kunal...

    Gary ;)
     
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    One advantage of using the rhythm patterns is that you can try things in triple time, etc.

    Actually, I'm thinking about physical metronomes. Electronic ones can do things in different time signatures.

    Never mind.
     
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