#1
some say they display sharps or flats or both, so i was wondering if for example a E flat(b) would be the same as a d sharp(#)
#2
This is the wrong forum, but if someone says to put it in standard tuning down half a step, which is Eb tuning, it is the same thing as D# on a tuner.
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#4
^ No, on musicians talk, he asks if Eb and D# are the same note (which by the way, they are)
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#5
^No, cause he is asking about his tuner, technically.
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#6
^ No actually he just asked if those notes are the same one...
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#7
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This is the wrong forum, but if someone says to put it in standard tuning down half a step, which is Eb tuning, it is the same thing as D# on a tuner.



look here for the very basics of theory.

Tuner issues, either ask in GG&A, or I'll happily answer in the tuning thread in Guitar and Bass Basics forum.
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