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Precision Ukulele Tuner - with Chords & Metronome


Verktyg Musik
Utvecklare: Timothy Knight
1.99 USD

Precision Ukulele Tuner uses your devices microphone and visual feedback to enable you to tune your ukulele with extreme precision. This dedicated, easy-to-use, and extremely accurate application will have you playing in no time!


SPECTACULAR GRAPHICS

Taking full advantage of the beautiful retina display, Precision Ukulele Tuner uses pixel-perfect vector graphics to provide you with an unrivalled visual representation of string oscillation.

SATISFYINGLY SMOOTH

Advanced low-latency real time animation reacts instantly to your input, and smoothing technology prevents any erratic behaviour.

IMPRESSIVE TUNING TECHNOLOGY

Being able to tune to 1/1000 of a cent, this app is seriously accurate! The intelligent automatic string recognition provides a no-fuss solution to tuning. Additionally, it is possible to target individual strings when changing strings or tuning entirely.

EASY TO USE

Every single aspect of this app has been designed to ease the task of tuning your ukulele. Simplicity is key. Sporting a sleek, cleverly designed interface, the amount of screen tapping is kept to an absolute minimum. It is even possible to tune without tapping a single thing. Just open the app, tune, and play beautiful music.

CHORDS

Unlike a lot of other tab software, this app doesn’t rely on large pre-written databases, instead, it calculates and draws tabs in real time. Armed with knowledge of the human hand and musical composition, this newly built-in tab generator can create every variation of any chord in any tuning (this includes your very own custom tunings)! You will be shown exactly where to place your fingers, and the tab generator can even take the presence of a capo into account!

EVERYTHING YOU NEED, ALL IN ONE PLACE

There are no in-app purchases - nor are there any annoying adverts. Instead, what you get is a feature-rich app!

11 different tunings are included that cater for the following types of ukulele:
• Sopranino
• Soprano
• Concert (Alto)
• Tenor
• Baritone

But if that isn’t enough, create and save your own tunings! You can even use emojis to make them more recognizable!

The app also includes a fully customizable metronome, a plucked string sampler, and a tone generator. The tuner itself is configurable in a surprising number of ways! This isn’t just a tuner, but an incredible multi-tool for beginners and professionals alike!


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“Any and every ukulele player needs this app! Its phenomenal and tunes my uke perfectly every time!”

“My uke was way out of tune, and I hate tuning it because it always takes too long. But this app got my uke tuned perfectly in 2 minutes!”

“I just started to fool around with a ukulele. Couldnt find my old guitar tuner so searched for an app. Tried a couple before this one. Save yourself some time. This is the app you want.”

“I spent 12 dollars on an electric tuner and this app honestly did me so much better than that. Its totally worth it man just do it”

“My ukulele finally sounds great. Tried other apps and my ukulele sounded like my cat when shes hungry. Worth the money. Just buy it so you dont waste time searching through all the "really not free apps.””

“As a new ukulele player I need an tuner. I didnt want to spend to much so I looked for free ones. The best free app tuner I could find was great but it was almost always off and never heard the correct note. So I tried this one it was cheap so I got it. It was worth it my ukulele sounded perfect. I love it so much. I will never delete it ever.”

"Was dubious at first for having a tuner app, but this is incredibly accurate and does the job just as a clip on tuner would! Very pleased with it."

"This is one of those apps that just works. The simple interface lets you choose your instrument and tuning type, and the dial at the top lets you quickly home in on a perfectly tuned note. It also detects which string you are trying to tune automatically, which means you don’t have to touch your phone again while tuning."