The Guitar Wave Tuner is a visual guitar tuner for OS X. The software compares the actual frequency of your strings to the frequency of the standard tuning for fast, easy, visual guitar tuning.
Integrated into the Guitar Wave Tuner interface, is a real-time, frequency-synced display of the audio from your instrument. This display provides you with information about strength, frequency, and tone of your audio.
The Guitar Wave Tuner uses a frequency engine specifically designed for tuning guitars, which maximizes stability in determining string pitch, and employs an interface emphasizing fast, accurate tuning.
April 23, 2004
Version: Guitar Wave Tuner 0.5
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I was looking for a simple, free oscillator to visually and aurally tune my guitar. This interface is clean and straightforward, works immediately with no setup. In the middle of worrying about many other things while recording, futzing with a tuner should be the least of concerns.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Works for me. I don't mind the new view, as it's still basically move the line until it touches the other line. It is interesting to see the string's sound wave, and most importantly, the needles are stable, which makes it sooo much easier to tune. Works only with a audio line in, but that's allright as I think that that's the only true way to tune. Great start.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. A few other and much better in my opinion tuners are available now for the mac. I don't like this things approach to tuning. they are trying to be new and use some strange new display but it doesnt work or look good. I am not impressed and dont recommend it.
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