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Thanks for the app! It's made my own cello practice SO much less painful to listen to. Do you suppose you could add a "pause" button for the tone? Currently if I think someone is talking to me or I need to hear something, I just tap the bottom of the volume bar, but the drone continues quietly, as does the metronome. Edit: I see that unselecting the pitch works similarly, but then I have to remember what key I'm in and can't just mash the screen.
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I play double bass. It's quite a resonant instrument. The Drone Tone Tool is simple to use (I routinely practice with my tablet and a bose speaker, nearby); The tones are accurate and rich in useful harmonics. Why not try the online version for free - then think: for less than two quid I could download a more responsive version that's quicker and more convenient. I find it really useful.
Does the job but is not worth the money because of its limitations: only one note at a time, doesn't continue playing when turning the screen off or switching to another app. There are enough YouTube videos with drones that do the job better.
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