#1
I'm looking for a digital tuner (software) that acts just like a real one.

I got my Guitar jacked in the line in tru a preamp into my compurer, and I reckon that could work just like the input on a "real" digital tuner.

Now I want to know if anyone knows such software, that takes my input and gives me the reference of a "true" digital (chromatic tuner)

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#2
It is definatly possible, you get a tuner with toneport gearbox and POD farm but i dont know of any free programmes.
The tuners aint overly great on these programmes but they do the trick none the less.
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It is definatly possible, you get a tuner with toneport gearbox and POD farm but i dont know of any free programmes.
The tuners aint overly great on these programmes but they do the trick none the less.



Hmm okey.

Why aren't the tuners that great?

A computer has higher capabilities of doing frequency audio analysis then the computer of a real tuner, hence why a normal tuner can only tune to a few pitches and not every pitch.

EDIT:

NP, I found a program, and it works quite nice, and it's free.

Has a high cent ratio for even higher accurate tuning, not that anyone notices it if ur a microcent off, but still.

Here's the link if anyone wants it;
http://www.guitar.sk/guitar/guitar_software.htm

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