PolyNome Pro: Drum Sequencer 4+

Rhythm Composer & Practice Log

PolyNome Ltd

    • $59.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases


**Whatever you’re looking for, PolyNome probably does it!**

Designed by a musician, for musicians, PolyNome handles everything from helping you navigate and learn songs, to scheduling and tracking your practice, to printing the setlist for your gig.

PolyNome is the ultimate tool for all musicians of any level. Used by the world's top drummers including Vinnie Colaiuta, Virgil Donati, Dennis Chambers along with concert pianists, orchestral performers and anyone else who’s interested in rhythm.

With PolyNome, you can practice, teach, compose rhythms, perform live and more.


▶ PolyNome contains an accurate and robust metronome covering all time signatures. It includes a mixer with subdivision faders, 100s of sound options, Big Numbers display, tap tempo, a rep counter, a timer, and more.
▶ In parallel with the metronome are 2 rhythm sequencers into which you can program virtually any rhythm.
▶ You can use Track Markup to add bar and section markers to audio and video files, loop and slow down sections, and generate Lead Sheets.
▶ Use basic PolyNome functions hands-free with Siri.


▶ Dive into the free Public Library to find hundreds of user-curated Presets: You’ll find snare solos, rudiments, drum grooves, drum books and more.


▶ Create 2 & 3-way polyrhythms.
▶ Use the random mute feature, or create custom gap clicks to improve your timing.
▶ Use Auto Counting to add voice counting to rhythms and help you learn them.


▶ You can create virtually any rhythm in any time signature (including irrational ones like 4/5) and assign sounds in just a few taps. Perfect as a quick ideas note book.
▶ Assign drum, drumline & percussion sounds
▶ Create melodies using the 6-octave keyboard which includes overlays of all melodic scales.
▶ Add voice counting, or konnakol to your rhythms.
▶ Add accents, flams, drags, rolls, and ties to create percussion pieces.
▶ Randomize and shift rhythms to create new ones.
▶ Use the variable swing feature to work on your feel.


▶ Easily create tempo automations for warm-ups and cool-downs.
▶ Create custom Playlists to combine different Presets, time signatures, tempos, repeats, and alternate endings.
▶ Use voice cues to prompt you to move to the next exercise.


▶ Set dedicated practice goals, monitor your progress in real-time, and schedule your sessions.
▶ Attach PDFs, videos, or photos to your presets so you have all the materials you need in one place.
▶ Be reminded when it’s time to practice. See your Goals for the day and tap to jump in.
▶ Make notes against presets while you’re practicing to be reviewed later.
▶ Use the Daily Journal to record general details about your practice, or to record what you want to do in the future.
▶ View all your stats and charts in the dedicated Practice Log. Everything you play - preset names, tempos, durations, date, written notes, is logged automatically so you don’t miss a thing.
▶ Print PDF reports of your practice log, notes, journal entries.


▶ Create tempo accurate clicks and printable setlists directly from Spotify or Apple music.
▶ See the duration of your setlist as you add songs to it.
▶ Set up clicks, voice cues, tempo and time signature changes with ease.
▶ Use Tap To Start to set a click track going in time with the music.
Utilise Haptic feedback for those situations where you don’t want the click to be heard.


▶ Remote control PolyNome with Bluetooth or Midi controllers like AirTurn and iRig.


▶ Easily share your creations with other PolyNome users.
▶ Export your creations as audio files.
▶ Use as a virtual instrument in Garage Band or other Inter-App-Audio enabled software.

▶ Universal app works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac
▶ Portrait, landscape, or split-screen

What’s New

Version 24.07.3

- Improved Polyrhythm creator
- New preference to choose polyrhythm visualisation circle colours

Your input means the world to me. Encounter any issues or have feature requests? I'm all ears at support@polynome.net.

If you find PolyNome valuable, a rating or review on the App Store would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for being an essential part of the PolyNome community!


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

JonnyMats ,

Incredibly Useful for Drummers Running Click For Bands

As a gigging drummer, I was searching for a highly customizable tool for click generation for live performance. After experimenting with a variety of apps (Tempo Advance, Pro Metronome), I discovered PolyNome Pro, and although I’m only scratching the surface of its features, I must say that this metronome app is one of a kind. In fact to call this a metronome app understates its capabilities because of the sequencer programming functions. Let me highlight just two features that make this app immediately useful for a drummer who is running a click track to send to band members in a live performance context. First, most metronome apps will only give you a handful of click tones that your bandmates will not find pleasing to have in their mix. Polynome offers an amazing library of sounds to use for click, from digital beeps to layers of percussion. You will find something palatable for everyone among these sounds. Second, Polynome enables you to create customizable voice count-ins for songs. For a band with all members on in-ear monitors, the ability to start a song with a “silent “count off is a game changer that will improve transitions between songs and professionalize the presentation of your stage show. All from a simple iphone or iPad Mini. I would encourage any drummer using click in a band to give Polynome a try before deploying bulkier and costlier setups.

Photograpicher ,

Amazing and unique use of tech for drummers!

Fantastic app! I have recreated various bars from drum books so I can hear complex patterns and learn them much faster than reading alone. I’ve used it to get my head around a 4:3 polymeter, entered as a polyrhythm but it works well for that and doesn’t get off tempo, which happens when running two individual metronomes (two devices) simultaneously. I use the auto advance playlist feature for pad practice. Most metronomes will change the BPM automatically but only for a set amount of play time (for example +10 BPM every 3 minutes). PolyNome’s playlists allows you to do 1 minute at X BPM, then 3 minutes at Y BPM etc etc. There is a bit of a learning curve so don’t think that you’re going to rock this in the first 5 minutes. I’m usually weary of apps that require a learning curve because you take the time to learn them and then the developer abandons the project. In this case I’m getting a lot out of this app and I get the feeling it will be around for a while so I’m putting in the time. For me, it’s a fun app to play around with so I spend non-drumming time getting to know it better.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the glowing review. It seems like you’re making use of a lot of the features and really getting your head around the app.

I just wanted to confirm that it’s not going away any time soon. I’m still actively developing it and working on new features daily. There are some exciting things to come in future versions.

Thanks again!

deslizard ,

Seriously worth every penny

It is a powerful metronome that has made my life better. It is allowing me to practice ideas in ways that I have not been able to. For example: I can take a standard, play a chord on a eighth note and rip melodic ideas, then change melodic focus at the next measure in relationship to the next chord, and play that chord for an eight note. In other words chord on beat two, melodic, new melodic center, new chord beat two. I can do this now and know that I am hearing it right because the metronome is saying the numbers. Before I would have to trust my feel. Now I can check. (Every now and again I am wrong but, I was doing better then I thought). Downside is with power comes a learning curve. I feel that what I am getting out of this app is well worth my time spent in understanding it. Awesome

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