Klicker is a KDE/QT based metronome that supports from 30 to 208 beats per minute, duple, tuple, and quartal time, and has DCOP interfaces for interprocess control.
Release Notes: Output methods were refactored into polymorphic classes. A general code cleanup was undertaken and the annoying, badly hidden easter egg was removed. ADSR settings were added for the aRts output plugin.
Release Notes: Saner handling of multiple output drivers. A new config widget was added, allowing pitches and durations to be changed. Some cruft has been removed from the download package, which is now much smaller. There are a few miscellaneous fixes.
Release Notes: Klicker can now use the internal speaker to mark time, thus getting around the aRts latency problems. This release also folds in changes from the development branch.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed, minor features were added, and the help facilities were cleaned up. The worst-hidden easter egg was added in KDE CVS. This is a stable release.
Release Notes: This release adds sound and multiple frequencies. It uses the internal aRts synth. There are numerous bugfixes and code cleanups. Support for KDE toolbars has been added. It crashes on close if you don't select Quit, but that will be fixed in the next release. It should compile much faster.