Tune It!

Free software tuner now available      28/07/08

Tune It!


The newly released Tune It! is a piece of software that helps musicians to tune their instrument. It can also be used to monitor the pitch during live performance.
Tune It! is based on a original and very accurate pitch detection algorithm. It can tune a wide range of instruments such as guitar, bass, piano, flute, violin, saxophone, etc.
Tune It! is available for both Windows and Macintosh platforms. It can be ran as a standalone application or as a plug-in within a VST or AU host.
Features:
  • Automatic note recognition from A-1 up to A6.
  • Programmable A440 reference from 400 to 480Hz (step of 1Hz or 0,1Hz).
  • Programmable Precision
    • The highest precision, the finest tuning.
    • The lower precision, the lower latency (suited for tuning control during live performance)
  • Very fine and precise tuning based on an original pitch detection algorithm.
  • Tune any instrument : guitar, bass, piano, synths, flute, sax, trumpet, stick, violin...
  • Available as a VST plugin for Windows (Cubase, Tracktion, Nuendo, Logic, Fruity Loops...).
  • Available as a VST plugin for Macosx (Cubase, Tracktion, Nuendo, Live, Peak...).
  • Available as an AU plugin for Macosx
  • Available as a standalone version on Macosx
Pricing and Availability:
Free download.
More information:



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