FreeGuitarTuner 1.1 Build 08.08.2014
Re-tune your guitar by yourself
The sounds that stems from the strings of a guitar depends on the correct stretch of each line. Manually re-calibrating the strings of a guitar can be a difficult job, since you need to remember the correct sound, with high accuracy. FreeGuitarTuner offers you the genuine sounds of a calibrated guitar, so you can use them as a guide and repair your own instrument.
The software offers you the original guitar sounds and allows you to calibrate each of the six strings on the classical guitar. By default, the software enables you to listen to the E2, A2, D3, G3, B3 and E3 notes on the basic scale. The notes correspond to an individual string, starting with the bottom E2.
The software is capable of playing the sounds on several different frequencies and pitches, in order to obtain special audio effects. The multiple pitch modes are named according to their source of inspiration, including: Baroque, Scientific, France 1859, New Philarmoic, Boston Symphony Orchestra or New Berliner Philarmonic.
Moreover, the software can play a specific sound on demand, at the click of your mouse, or it can render it in a loop. Thus, you can hear it continuously and easily re-tune your guitar, string by string. You simply need to enable the Repeat function, and let the software play the selected note in a loop, until you select another chord or you disable the function.
Useful application for fine-tuning your musical instrument
Re-calibrating a guitar without a correct sound sample can result in over stretching the strings and obtaining an inaccurate chord. FreeGuitarTuner can offer the original classical guitar string sounds, calibrated for the basic scale, but also for several other pitch modes. Thus, you may fine-tune your guitar for many types of songs and tonalities.
Reviewed by Elizabeta Virlan on August 12th, 2014
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Application descriptionWith FreeGuitarTuner, you need to just click the buttons and tune the guitar with the sound of the tuned string. The s...