new tuner for the studio

posted 3/30/2003 10:20:20 PM by: timothy




i just got a new tuner for my studio (which is currently down due to house contruction but anyway...) the following copy describing it was pulled shamelessly from musician's friend.

The most-accurate, most-flexible, easiest-to-use tuner ever!

Displays in cents, hertz, or strobe, and features proprietary circuitry that locks right onto the root tone, ignoring harmonics that confuse cheaper tuners. 7-semitone dropped tunings (a worldwide first), reference pitches from the sound jack, and built-in mic for acoustic tuning provide a wealth of professional options. Tuning modes include chromatic, guitar (6- or 7-string), bass, and 5 types of open tuning. Calibration adjustable from 438-445Hz, select either manual or auto. Lights up rack equipment mounted below.

Features:

  • Locks right onto the root tone
  • Automatically detects the note name
  • Displays in cents, hertz, or strobe
  • 438-455Hz calibration range
  • Chromatic, guitar (6- or 7-string), bass, and 5 types of open tuning
  • Reference pitches from the sound jack
  • 12-note equal tempered
  • Accurate to ±1 cent
  • Lights up rack equipment mounted below
  • Front panel input and mute
  • Back panel input, output, and mute

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