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Setting Up and Installing Interactive Metronome

Setting Up and Installing IM-Home

*The following steps are shown on a PC running Windows 10 using the Microsoft Edge web browser.

1. Login to the Interactive Metronome e-Clinic website using the Username and Password that was either supplied by your IM provider or created during your IM Home equipment purchase.

**NOTE** If you do not know or have your username and password please contact IM Technical Support for assistance.

2. A successful member login to the site will present you with the following page: Locate the ‘Software Updates’ link on the left side of the page.

3. Click the ‘Software Updates’ Link to download the ‘Windows’ version of the IM Home software.

4. Your download will usually appear in the lower right corner of the screen (taskbar)

**NOTE- Windows will usually save downloaded files to your ‘Downloads’ folder.

Clicking the ellipsis (…) will give you a few options to select from.

Select ‘Show in folder’ and click the exe file to begin your IM Home software installation.

**NOTE- you may receive a notification from Windows indicating that the file has been blocked…

Click the ellipsis and select ‘Keep’ to bypass this warning.

5. After selecting Keep, you may be prompted by the following message: Click ‘Show More’ to proceed.

6. Click ‘Keep anyway’

7. You should now be able to click the IMHome Universe Setup 3.1.09.exe file

8. Windows will again attempt to prevent the file from running and display the following message: Click ‘More Info’

9. Select ‘Run Anyway’ to bypass Windows Protection to allow this application to be installed.

10. Accept the License Agreement to begin your installation.

11. Click next to proceed with the installation.

Verify that the ‘create desktop shortcut option is chosen, click Next.

12. Click Install to proceed.

13. The install will begin extracting and copying files.

14. Once files have been installed you will be prompted to finish and exit setup. The option to Launch IMHome Universe will be selected by default. Click FINISH

CONGRATULATIONS! Your IMHome Software has been successfully installed! The application will open to the IMHome interface. Follow the Quick Start Guide that came with your equipment to login and authenticate your IMHome User License.

1. Login to the IM E-clinic website

2. Enter the ID/PW issued by your IM provider or the one created during your online purchase

3. Upon successful login, click the ‘Software Updates’ link

4. You will have two options: Windows or Apple (OSX)- Be sure to select the correct download for your OS

5. You may need to “allow’ your browser to download this file

6. The downloaded installation file will be saved by default to your ‘Downloads’ folder. From the ‘Go’ Menu open your ‘Downloads’ Folder

7. In the ‘Downloads’ folder, select the recently downloaded file labeled: IMHome Universe Setup 3.1.09.dmg

8. After you have clicked the installation file you will be prompted to ‘Agree’ to the software licensing agreement.

*NOTE: you cannot proceed with the installation without selecting ‘Agree’

9. The Mac OS will verify the file and then ask you to Drag & Drop the software icon to your Applications folder

The file will now be copied to your applications folder

10. Open the ‘Applications’ Folder and locate the IM Home Universe Icon

11. Once you have located the IMHome icon, HOLD DOWN THE CONTROL KEY on your keyboard and then Click the IMHome icon as you are holding the control key. You will see a message appear:

Click the ‘Open’ Option to bypass your OS X gatekeeper system security.


Next steps:

  • Authenticate your IM Home user license
  • Begin your IM Home Training

Frequently Asked Questions

You must make sure to install “Step 1: DAO 3.5” for this feature to function properly.

The IMPro uses the default printer driver from the Windows Operating System. No printer driver or setup is required to print from IM’s reports. To resolve, restore the default printer driver for your printer or install an updated driver. If this does not work then contact the manufacturer for your printer

  • First close the IMPro Software.
  • Start your email application and create a new mail message addressed to The subject line should read “Provider Training-“.
  • Type in any issues or concerns you want addressed to the support staff in the text box.
  • Click either “Insert” or “Attach” from the message box’s menu toolbar.
  • Navigate to the file location and select “OK”.
  • The file does not contain previous data with which to compare. By design, in order to generate analysis and comparison reports, there must be previous data (from separate days) in the file to compare to the current session. If the current session is the first time tasks in a particular training mode were performed, then there will not be previous data with which to compare.
  • If no LFA tasks were previously recorded, then there is no data with which to compare for the Regular Training Comparison with First LFA.
  • Short Form Test tasks performed during the same session will not be adequate for comparison. Only data recorded on separate days can be compared.

This is only an issue for international providers. The “Your locale (location)” setting of “Regional Options” of the operating system is defaulting to a location that supports a different date format than that required by the IM program (d/m/yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy).

Change the “Your locale (location)” setting of the “Regional Options” of the operating system to a location that supports the date format required by the IM program.

  • Purchasing hours and loading hours are two different steps:
  • Purchase Hours online:
    • Go to
    • On the top right corner, select “Provider Login”.
    • Log into the website with your Provider ID and Password. Click the link Can’t Remember User Name and/or Password and an email will be sent to you.
    • Select button to “Order Online”.
    • Select your facility from the dropdown box and “Select to Online Order”.
    • Add the hours to your cart and proceed to checkout.
    • Click the button “Authorize IM Hours” at bottom of page to proceed to the authorization page.
  • Authorizing Hours once they are purchased and are in your bank:
    • Go to
    • On the top right corner, select “Provider Login”.
    • Log into the website with your Provider ID and Password.
    • Select the center button to “Authorize Previously Purchased Hours”
    • Select your facility from the dropdown box and “Select to Online Order”
    • Select the IMPro 8.3 system using the image selection.
    • Follow the on screen instructions:
      • Make sure your MCU is connected.
      • Open the IMPro 8.3 Software.
      • Select “Options” from the toolbar at the top.
      • Select “Authorize Hours” from the list of options.
      • Leave this screen open and type the “Serial Number” and “Pre-Purchase Code” that you see in the software, to the website in their respective fields.
    • Add the correct number of hours to be authorized in the top field.
    • Press “Authorize Hours” and the website will refresh with your “Authorization Code.
    • Enter this code into your software, and press “OK” and the number of hours on your MCU will be adjusted accordingly.
  • The battery life for the Interactive Metronome Button Trigger and Tap Mat Transmitter is approximately four weeks.
  • Make sure to remove and discard the current battery, and install a new battery into the IM Sensors.
  • The Battery size is CR2032.
  • Use provided battery instructions for proper removal and insertion of the batteries.

Unplug the USB cable from the computer when the MCU is no longer in use. This will ensure you get the optimum battery life from your batteries.

  • Possibility 1:
    • The IM Sensors are running low on battery, and will soon need to be replaced.
  • Possibility 2:
    • The Interacitive Metronome MCU is placed on the desk in such a way that it is difficult for the wireless receiver to function properly.
    • Make sure that the MCU in not near the monitor of the computer or laptop, and is positioned towards the front with the lights facing the client.
  • Possibility 3:
    • Specifically for a Button Trigger: Make sure that the client is hitting the trigger as close to the center as possible. If the extreme edge of the Button Trigger is being hit, it may not register with the system.
    • Specifically for a Tap Mat:
      • Make sure that there is a solid surface underneath the Tap Mat. Carpeting that is too plush will cause the Tap Mat to register sporadically.
      • Make sure that the Tap Mat is at an optimal position, which is at 45° from the MCU. The range for the Tap Mat Transmitter is approximately 15 feet, so this can be achieved by pulling back the Tap Mat till the desired angle is reached.

This is most commonly found with technique. The unique design of the Tap Mat allows for full pad sensitivity. It is accurate enough to detect the slightest roll in a person’s foot, as they lift it off the pad. To avoid the double hit, the client must use a marching motion when stepping on the Tap Mat. The client must come straight down on the pad, and lift their foot as quickly straight up as they can. This will reduce and/or eliminate the “double hits” altogether.

  • Make sure your MCU has two blue lights displayed on the front.
  • If you have a different set of colors for your MCU lights, disconnect it from the USB, wait a few seconds, and reconnect it to your computer.
  • If your MCU has no lights displayed, it is not receiving any power from the computer. Connect it to another USB port on the same computer, or connect it to another computer to test its functionality.
  • This is a buildup of static in the headphone jack of the MCU. Follow these steps to remove the static.
    • Remove the USB cable from the back of the MCU
    • Remove the headphone from the front of the MCU.
    • Touch the metal tip of the headphone jack with your fingertips.
    • Reconnect the headphones to the MCU.
    • Reconnect the USB to the back of the MCU.

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