Tune It

Tune It

By CATEATER, LLC

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-06-01
  • Current Version: 4.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 24.87 MB
  • Developer: CATEATER, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 13 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $0.99
Tune It App Ratings: 4
4
Total 13 Reviews

Tune It App Description

Every musician knows an accurate chromatic tuner is an absolutely essential piece of gear. And tuning accoustic and electric instruments has never been easier. Tuner allows you to tune any note with amazing accuracy using the built-in mic on your device. Whether you want to tune guitar strings to a different pitch or tune a particular note on any instrument, you’ll be an expert in a matter of minutes. Tune any acoustic or electric instrument - guitar, bass, bowed strings, woodwinds, brass, piano and any other instrument that can sustain a tone. In addition to visual tuning via meter, the integrated tone generator can generate a reference tone of any note if you prefer tuning by ear. The Metronome will help you with a visual and audible beat indicator to play at a steady tempo. You can select tempo and time signature per your specs. Tuner includes built-in support for custom transposition and notations, configured for your choice 8 notations, including English, Solfège, French, Spanish or European. A Full Array of Advanced Features: • Chromatic instrument tuner and pitch pipe • Wide range of ultra responsive real time pitch detection, covering C1-C8 ranges • LCD needle-type meter with accuracy of ±1/100 semitone (±1 cent) for ultra-precise tuning • Animated note scale to quickly identify the note played or select any target note • Integrated tone generator produces a reference tone to ‘tune by ear” • Metronome with beat indicator: to set speed and time signature settings • Adjustable A4 calibration • Frequency Display or Clear Tune Indicator • Eight selectable notations built in, including English, Solfège, French, Spanish and European • User defined notations • Support for transposing instruments • Ten different wood finishes to customize the look of the interface • Five selectable tone wave forms: Sinus, Reverse Sinus, Sawtooth, Square, Triangle • Needle Damping • Integrated Help * Even if the pitch is within the detection range, detection may not be possible for instrumental sounds that contain a large number of overtones or have a rapid decay.

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Tune It App Reviews

  • It's good, but can be better

    3
    By fellipeh
    Works fine but can improve the interface
  • Very Helpful; great app!

    5
    By Didaktos
    Only tuning app I use (have several). Get the most accurate notes with this one.
  • Tuner review

    4
    By Steve284375
    This program is one of the best I've seen on the iPhone to determine the note you're playing by both frequency of that note and listing of the note itself. I just started taking violin and do not have an ear for the notes to properly tune G,D,A, & E open strings. This program was invaluable to get the correct frequencies for each one of the strings. Also, Great for determining the fingering positions, by note and frequency, on the First position on the neck of the violin. That is as far as I have gone using the Tuner Program. I would give it four out of five stars.
  • Quiet pitch pipe

    3
    By goodmuzik89
    The tuner works really well, prabably is great for any instrument tuning. But a warning to ipod touch users: the drone is just way too quiet to be of any use. I can barely hear C4 at max volume, and lower notes are even harder to hear. I wanted a nice, loud drone and feel like I've wasted my money on this one.
  • Amazing

    5
    By Leah31887
    Does it's jobs and does it well!!!
  • Great for a buck

    4
    By Marco-FiddleSticks
    Nothing fancy but works as well as my $12 portable tuner.
  • Work

    3
    By Bruno Lopes
    Solve my problem...
  • Slow tuning, quiet tone

    1
    By MrLShuman
    The needle doesn't seem to move very smoothly at all, making it hard to center. The audible tone is a great idea, but the speaker on my iPhone 4 barely played the F4 at all. Needs a more efficient algorithm in both cases, then it would be worth it.
  • Works when in range, and when a piano's strings are close enough together in pitch

    3
    By Kerri Shotts
    First, compared to the other piano tuning app for 299, this one is a bargain, so I can't expect the same level, but when the piano was above E2, it would work fairly accurately (enough so that my ear didn't complain). Below E2, though, it couldn't register notes at all. Also, since the app is more likely geared for guitar than piano, it can have problems identifying the pitch and amount off when more than one string is used. That isn't always a problem, since the ear can usually tell the difference, but it is an important caveat. Finally the tone could use a lot of work; I'm sure it is in tune, but a pure sine wave is impossible to tune by (especially when low). I suggest at least a guitar or harpsichord sound to aid in determination of pitch. Overall, it is a nice, functional app with a few caveats that would help raise the number of stars if dealt with. But since it spared me the cost of a piano tuner app and a call to a piano tuner, I can't complain much.

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