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Core: Customize Tuner frequency (from 440 hz to something else, e.g. 444hz)#51

Hi The only reason I’m not purchasing the Core right now is because there is no ability to adjust the tuners frequency eg. A= 440hz. I have my guitar tuned to A= 444hz as I can sing along to what I’m playing better and find that my instrument resonates and feels better in this range.

a year ago
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Changed the title from "Tuner Frequency Adjustment" to "Core: Customize Tuner frequency (from 440 hz to something else, e.g. 444hz)"
a year ago

Yes, we already have a UI designed for that but so far we didn’t prioritze this in development. I hope this gets a lot of upvotes so we can make this happen soon!

a year ago
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As soon as this is the case I’ll definitely be purchasing one 👍 Thanks for your reply Florian 😊🙏

a year ago
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T

Sadly, I oso wanna change 440hz to 442hz

a year ago
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Merged Tuner configuration#58
a year ago
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S

I am in the field of Early Music. And I often use 415hz and 430hz. It would be great with multipule temperament, but I wouldn’t say..

a year ago
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From another thread:
I think for people who do accoustic music this would be helpful for the growing amount of people in early music or interested in different tunings to make the app/core more functional since this would compete with paid apps which offer the tuning for historically-inclined pitches. Paid apps like tunable do it, but they don’t do wearables so this would take a bit more of this market here.

a year ago
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You’re using my words! I appreciate it.

a year ago

I find on a violin that 415 and 392 really give nice pitches espeically on chamber music where it’s so rich.

a year ago
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A

Great idea.

10 months ago

Is it implemented yet? I’ve been waiting 2 years for this feature.

4 months ago
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Hi Charles, unfortunately not yet, but it is on our roadmap

4 months ago
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Wow it feels like one of the most fundamental or dare I say “core” concepts of music is tuning.. hope this changes soon!

3 months ago
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C

This is fundamental for music making. In many orchestras and ensembles in the world, A 440Hz is not the reference pitch. And from a technical point of view, to make this customizable shouldn’t be challenging, unless it’s somehow embeded in the hardware of the device, which would be a big design fault.

24 days ago
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Glad to hear you are working on this.

12 days ago