I have a difficult time learning the quick-quick slows associated with tango. My dancing is currently 'on the beat' but those quick-quicks madly elude me. Doesn't matter if it milonga or vals. My life experience of sitting behind a computer terminal and starting to learn to dance at over 50 has shrunk those neural connections. So, like a blind man learning to see, I need to start small and build up from there. I took a Milonga class from Jorge Nell and his wife, where they used claves to tap out the beat. He did the first major beat and she did the 3 next ones (if memory serves me correct). It was easy for me to use the beats of the claves to figure out whether I wanted to do slows/fasts, and, when I lost track of where I was in the timing, I could quickly resync. I'd love to be able to listen to a steady timing of various tango beats without the music for now until I can train my body to step in time. The only thing that comes close is "Tango Let's Dance to the Music" book by Joaquin Amenabar (includes DVD/MP3s), which appears to be excellent and marks the beat, but it's still elusive to me. I was thinking that a Tango Metronome which sounds out the rhythm would be a big help in me practicing the quick quick slows, whether for traspie, vals, tango. I just want something that taps out the beat and endlessly repeats so I can use it to train my mind/body connection. Then, I could move on from there. Thanks.