#1
I have a little program that uses my mic to hear my guitar and then tells me how close I am to being in tune. Problem is that it only does E A D G B e and I want to do some alternate tunings like C standard. Isn't there a good software tuner out there? Preferably freeware.
I'm looking for a tab of The Marshall Plan, by Blue Oyster Cult, and of Mario Minor, by Powerglove. If you have one please PM me.
#3
Just download Power Tab (free app) and click on the guitar setup. You can then get it to play a short MIDI file of the note you're looking for and you just tune your guitar to that note using your ear.

Couldn't be easier.
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#4
I just use an online 'tuner' which plays the note you want to tune to in your speakers... Don't you have ears? No? Oh. There's probably a free program you can use that tells you what you what you're hearing, just for you!
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#5
Quote by sword shredder
I just use an online 'tuner' which plays the note you want to tune to in your speakers... Don't you have ears? No? Oh. There's probably a free program you can use that tells you what you what you're hearing, just for you!


Yes, that's what I'm looking for. I want it to be, you know, in tune, and my ear isn't developed well enough to tune in a non-standard tuning besides drop D.
I'm looking for a tab of The Marshall Plan, by Blue Oyster Cult, and of Mario Minor, by Powerglove. If you have one please PM me.
#6
Quote by AgentWiggles
Yes, that's what I'm looking for. I want it to be, you know, in tune, and my ear isn't developed well enough to tune in a non-standard tuning besides drop D.


Download the AP tuner already!
#7
Quote by AgentWiggles
Yes, that's what I'm looking for. I want it to be, you know, in tune, and my ear isn't developed well enough to tune in a non-standard tuning besides drop D.


All you've got to do is match the notes playing to the strings on your guitar. It's a simple hearing exercise.

You should be able to do it. Use the app that Tommy suggested.
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