Pitched Instrument Tuner and Pitch Pipe has been designed by musicians to help you quickly and easily tune a wide range of instruments - use it as a ukulele tuner, violin tuner, guitar tuner, kalimba tuner, voice tuner, and more. Even very low bass strings can be tuned.
Simple controls and clear visuals make it great for beginners. Responsive and precise algorithms provide professional level accuracy for more advanced players.
Features include: - Choose from a range of instrument tunings ( guitar tuner, violin tuner, ukulele tuner and many more ) or upgrade to pro to create your own. - Vary the reference tuning pitch away from the common 440Hz. - Transposition for non-concert pitch instruments, for example the B-flat trumpet. - Choice of light or dark themes. - Adjust the volume sensitivity of the app for quieter instruments and noisy environments. - Use the pitch pipe to sound a reference note and tune by ear.
Hands free tuning means you can tune all of your strings without ever having to touch the screen - you don't want to have to reach for your ukulele tuner in between tuning each string, and now you don't have to.
This tuner app has two modes: - Instrument tuner - Chromatic tuner
The instrument tuner shows you the target notes for the instrument and tuning that you have selected. For example a guitar tuner would show the notes EADGBE if you chose standard guitar tuning, or DADGBE if you chose drop D tuning. Or a violin tuner would show GDAE. You can then just play each string and the tuner will identify whether you are in tune. Pitched Tuner has built in tunings for many common instruments including banjo, bass 4, 5 and 6 string, cello, double bass, guitar including 7 string, ukulele, viola and violin. You can also easily create your own in the app.
The chromatic tuner displays the note that is closest to what is currently being played. This is useful for instruments with lots of notes ( piano tuning for example ) or with several common tunings such as the guitar.
Pitched Tuner displays a traditional tuner needle and dial. It clearly shows the frequency being played as well as the nearest note and error in cents. The dial then allows you to easily track small changes in pitch.
This instrument tuning app also works as a pitch pipe and can sound a reference note to tune your instrument by ear, or use as a target note when you are re-stringing your guitar or violin.
We hope you find Pitched Tuner useful. You can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need a guitar tuner, ukulele tuner, violin tuner, or kalimba tuner then try Pitched now!
Jan 9, 2024
Music & Audio
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Ratings and reviews
December 21, 2023
Perfect for the Lyre! I was struggling with a different more popular tuner app and was so frustrated and decided to try this one instead and its WORLDS better! I love that it shows the fluctuations as you go between cords as you tune, its way easier to understand visually and helped me also learn where the sounds for each chords fall next to each other.
40 people found this review helpful
October 15, 2023
I've used a few different tuners and here's my perspective after using this one for several weeks. Does it work? Yes. Is it user friendly? Well, not really. The biggest issue I have with this tuner is that it is so good at capturing sound, it picks up on every little sound outside of what instrument you're trying to tune that the needle jumps all over the place. It works, but it's too much of a hassle to use, especially if you're trying to tune in louder or even just slightly loud environments.
69 people found this review helpful
October 16, 2023
Thanks for your feedback. There is an option in the Preferences menu to change the sensitivity of the microphone which should help with this.
May 11, 2022
I love that there is a feature that can play the pitches out loud, so that you can hear what a certain note sounds like. It's kind of a hidden feature because you have to tap the little music note icon on the top right, but I'm glad I know it exists because I've been looking for an app that plays out sounds of pitches you can select. The chromatic tuner is decent as well and seems to pick up notes accurately as long as there isn't too much background noise.
174 people found this review helpful
May 13, 2022
Thanks for your feedback - we are pleased you like Pitched Tuner.
We've added a new chart visualisation to the main tuning screen. You can also now play chords on the sound note screen and up to 7 octaves.
We would love to hear from you at email@example.com with any comments or suggestions.