Brilliant ★★★★★ by Ritarockett - May 27, 2013. This app is indispensable for all indian rhythm enthusiasts. Not only can you set time cycles in all the major carnatic talas, you can also set up other patterns used by groups such as shakti and ...
There are many features available on the Talanome. I will be doing periodic "tutorial" videos explaining some of these in greater detail, in the coming months. The first one I made is a video that gives you a teaser of the various features of the latest version of Talanome (version ... Read More
Dear Talanome User, Thank you very much for using Talanome for your Carnatic Music needs! Thank you so much for all the kind words and encouragement too! A few of you had reported to me that Talanome 6.0 was stopping after about 5 or 10 minutes of usage. My first ... Read More
As I was writing a post about Suladi Talas, I realized I had the primer that I had already written, that's available in the Talanome app, and was available on the old version of this website, so I thought I would share that! Hope you enjoy it! Introduction “A musician ... Read More
Great news, Talanome users…introducing TALANOME 6.0!! Exciting new features have been included to help further assist you as you continue to master your skills as a Carnatic musician or classical dancer/teacher of either of these timeless traditions! These versatile new features include: The ability to select kattai (pitch) will help ... Read More
Adi Tala (or Adi Talam) is one of the most popular talas or rhythms used in Carnatic (South Indian Classical) music. In Sanskrit (आदि ताल), it literally means "primary rhythm". It is an 8 beat pattern, where this pattern repeats over and over for the duration of the composition. Each ... Read More
Welcome to my new website, which has been redesigned to make it more modern and usable. It includes the new Blog section, where I will be posting about topics in Carnatic music, and tips and tricks on using Talanome and My TalaVadyam. As always, I love to hear from you, ... Read More