I was reading the thread on Ear Training
and I use some of the phone apps and websites to do this (not enough admittedly) and I was thinking about Rhythm training.
This is one of my focus points in my lessons with @JoshFossgreen, and in my practice routine.
I keep looking for good tools for this, and there are some, including this web page with full written lessons and practice sheet music (don’t worry, it is only for timing, you don’t need to know how to read music and it is a single note that could be played anywhere) with backing tracks to train.
I ran across this site last night and it is probably the most useful tool I have found to practice with up to a point of difficulty.
So I thought I would share this website, THE RYTHEM TRAINER for anybody that feels like using it.
This is a very important part of learning music, and it might go a little under the radar compared to how valuable it is.
This site is customizable, and you can first listen to it, and pick multiple choice what you hear and see on the screen.
once you know it a little better, it will play beats to you and you need to select how it would be written on the sheet.
Anyway, enjoy if you want to. it has been helping me a lot and I have only used it for a few hours.