Just put your phone on the turntable! Anyone confused by how to use it just read the title! Literally just lay your phone on the turntable and start it up (obviously don't move the tone arm). The display actually rotates to make it readable whilst spinning. Apparently I'm running at 31.7 and 43.5, although I'm wondering if that slight speed reduction is caused by the weight of my (quite heavy) phone? Obviously can't test the speed with a record playing to see if I can hear the difference.
Instructions?? I have no idea how to use this app. Feel free to enlighen me ...
This seems to work well. I noticed that the Linn table in the video runs at 34+rpm. That would be consistant with my old Linn. My current table show 33.5rpm which is close enough as I don't have perfect pitch nor does anyone I know. It would be nice if it would log a period of time - like maybe about 5 or 10 minutes to see if there a fluctuations over time. Other wise great app.
Does not appear to be very accurate. Tried on 4 turntables that were at 33.3 according to their built in strobe. All registered about 32 RPM +/- a couple tenths. Seems to report a bit slow.
Awesome While this might not satisfy the purists this app is perfect for the other 95% of folks out there. Great app. Figured it out right away. Simple and perfect. Wouldn't change a thing.
Not working This application would have been great if it was working on my smartphone. I am having a Samsung S Duos 2 phone. On opening the application I am getting an error about sensors, "Missing Sensors. Your device do not support correct sensors :(". The documentation does not say what are the "correct" sensors needed are.
- Minor bugfixes
- The research department have rewritten the algorithm. Now better then ever!
- First version. Beta. Please give feedback!