Tuner?

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mixedmindz
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Tuner?

Post by mixedmindz » Fri May 30, 2014 12:06 pm

Does anyone know if anyone has developed a tuner for Scope?
I'm looking for something with some good 'resolution' to check intonation etc.

would be great if there was a selection for (A=440Hz, 432Hz, etc)
then pick your instrument / common tuning.

but just a tuner would be good.
The one I have is a POS that always has dead batteries. (and is next to useless for fixing intonation)
and I'd think Scope has everything I need to do this.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

-Ryan

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Spielraum
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Re: Tuner?

Post by Spielraum » Fri May 30, 2014 10:40 pm

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jhulk
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Re: Tuner?

Post by jhulk » Sat May 31, 2014 5:33 am

yes i use awave chromatic tuner its a great program and i use it for tuning samples

that say they are the root key but are not due to the hardware synths tuning

most analogs are out of tune even if you use the service routines

i brought chromatic tuner as it made it easy to tune to the actual key and audio output

its also great for tuning filters

mixedmindz
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Re: Tuner?

Post by mixedmindz » Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:58 pm

nice. thanks for lead!

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