This user guide explains how to use the Pitched Tuner Android app developed by Stonekick.
Pitched Tuner allows you to tune your instrument using the microphone on your Android device.
When you first open the app you can choose your preferred note naming convention. This can be changed later from the Settings menu.
Press the microphone button on the main screen to start tuning.
The settings menu can be accessed by pressing the menu icon in the top left hand corner of the main screen.
Here you can set:
Set the sensitivity of the microphone to high, medium, or low.
Vary the tuning pitch from the standard 440Hz.
Change your preferred note naming convention.
Set tuning for non-concert pitch instruments by selecting a note and octave.
Click to display flats instead of sharps.
Change from a light to dark theme.
The sound note screen can be accessed by pressing the note icon in the action bar. Here you can choose a note, octave, and instrument type. Press play to sound a reference note.
Access the alternative tunings screen by pressing the guitar icon. Here you can pick from a list of standard tunings. These will then be displayed on the main tuner screen allowing you to focus your tuning to specific notes.
Once you have displayed one set of notes, toggle them on/off by pressing the guitar icon, Press on the note list to bring up the menu to choose another set.
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