Xitona Guitar Tuner 1.0
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Interesting fact - if you think you can tune your guitar exactly using only reference tones, you’re poorly wrong. Theoretically, when you are using reference tones and the frequencies are roughly the same, a great resonance is produced. In this case reference tone become a source of forced oscillation, which cause strings oscillation on the same frequency. And it sounds like guitar is tuned. But actually own string frequency can greatly differ from reference tone. That’s why preferably to use passive system which only listen and does not provide any sound oscillations.
- Tune you guitar with very high accuracy.
- Choose one from multiply tunings.
- Tune guitar with no electric signal output by using general microphone.
- Tune your guitar comparing the sound of guitar to produced midi tones.
- Play on your PC-Keyboard like on musical synthesizer.
- Supported Tuning List:
- Standard tuning:
- Standard halftone lowered
- Standard halftone rised
- 'A' tuning
- Bruce Palmer modal
- 'C6' tuning
- 'D' Minor tuning
- 'D' modal tuning
- 'D' Wahine tuning
- Dropped 'D' both
- Dropped 'D' halftone lowered
- Dropped 'D' tuning:
- 'G6' tuning
- Hawaiian tuning
- Lute 2
- Lute tuning
- Old Spanish
- Open 'C' tuning:
- Open 'D' tuning
- Open 'Dsus2' tuning
- Open 'G' minor tuning
- Open 'G' tuning
- Open 'Gbm7+5' tuning
- Sifted 'E'
- The Neelkanth tuning
- Mac OS X 10.7 or later
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