1.0 / January 22, 2013
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Description

An easy-to-use accurate audio/visual tuner for your guitar.Provides a simple interface to visually check whether the pitch foreach string is low or high, and lets you "see" the pitch change asyou wind/unwind the string tuning machines. Tuning has never beeneasier. Shows exactly how many cents (1/100ths of a semitone) anote is out-of-tune. ★ Extremely accurate - within 1 cent (1/100thof a semitone) of each note with sub-second response time. ★Developed in Austin, Texas, the "Live Music Capital of the World".★ Use the standard tuning E-A-D-G-B-E or one of many alternatetunings: regular tunings such as Minor Third, special tunings suchDrop D, open tunings such Open C, lower tunings, and highertunings. ★ Adjust pitch incrementally from 400 to 480 Hz or up/downa half/full step from A440. (The International Organization forStandardization specifies the frequency for the note A in thetreble stave as 440 Hz. ISO 16:1975). ★ Tap to hear an accuratenote if tuning by ear instead of using visual tuning. ★Enable/disable Auto-string-detect (not recommended for noisyenvironments).

App Information GuiTune - Guitar Tuner!

  • App Name
    GuiTune - Guitar Tuner!
  • Package Name
    com.peterdeelstra.guitar.tuner
  • Updated
    January 22, 2013
  • File Size
    570k
  • Requires Android
    Android 3.0 and up
  • Version
    1.0
  • Developer
    Peter Deelstra
  • Installs
    5,000+
  • Price
    $0.99
  • Category
    Music & Audio
  • Developer
    13201 Coleto Creek Trl. Austin, TX 78732
  • Google Play Link

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GuiTune - Guitar Tuner! 1.0 APK
Peter Deelstra
An easy-to-use accurate audio/visual tuner for your guitar.Provides a simple interface to visually check whether the pitch foreach string is low or high, and lets you "see" the pitch change asyou wind/unwind the string tuning machines. Tuning has never beeneasier. Shows exactly how many cents (1/100ths of a semitone) anote is out-of-tune. ★ Extremely accurate - within 1 cent (1/100thof a semitone) of each note with sub-second response time. ★Developed in Austin, Texas, the "Live Music Capital of the World".★ Use the standard tuning E-A-D-G-B-E or one of many alternatetunings: regular tunings such as Minor Third, special tunings suchDrop D, open tunings such Open C, lower tunings, and highertunings. ★ Adjust pitch incrementally from 400 to 480 Hz or up/downa half/full step from A440. (The International Organization forStandardization specifies the frequency for the note A in thetreble stave as 440 Hz. ISO 16:1975). ★ Tap to hear an accuratenote if tuning by ear instead of using visual tuning. ★Enable/disable Auto-string-detect (not recommended for noisyenvironments).
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