Guitar tuning program

The Lost Dog zino3 at aol.com
Sat May 20 05:11:45 CEST 2000


 I've got a tuner that I found by accident at The Sharper Image(!). It's the
only one I've ever seen, but it is made by OnBoard Research Corporation. It
clips to the head of my guitar and works on vibration. You can also set it
to tune to any note you put in it. It was only $20, and I love it. I've
never seen it in their catalogue, but maybe Sharper Image could tell you
more about it. It's definitely worth every penny.

                                             The Lost Dog


Laurent Duperval <lduperval at sprint.ca> wrote in message
news:YLaV4.46370$wz3.175637 at newscontent-01.sprint.ca...
> Hi,
>
> I'm looking for a guitar tuning program program that will work like one of
> those electroning tuner things: you hit a string and it tells you if your
> string is flat, sharp or on the money. I have one already but it won't let
> me do proper pitch tuning: I want to be able to to tune my guitar half a
> tone (or more) higher or lower (i.e. move E to Eb or F). Can anyone
> recommend a utility of some sort that will let me do this? Here are my
> requirements:
>
> - Has to work on Intel-Linux. If it's a Windows program, I'm not
> interested unless the source code comes with it
>
> - No tuning by ear, please! I can figure out how to do that on my own but
> I'm not any good at it. I want to stick my PC's mic in front of the
> strings and then use the tool like I would my electroninc tuner
>
> - Preferably not a Xforms- or Qt-based program. I prefer Tk or tkInter or
Java
> C w/ X11. Binaries are acceptable also, provided I can get them from a
reputabe
> site
>
> Thanks,
>
> Laurent




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