Stack Exchange Network

Stack Exchange network consists of 174 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

Visit Stack Exchange

Questions tagged [tuner]

The tag has no usage guidance.

0
votes
2answers
49 views

Train listening to notes coming out of my trumpet

I'm with an old trumpet that sold me in Si Bemol(Bb), I'm still learning, and my biggest difficulty in music is being able to be constant in the sounds that come out of me, to reproduce them when I ...
1
vote
1answer
47 views

Notes and wire tuning in different frequencies

Can you explain me the relation between note frequency and wire tuning? I see, for tuning violin, 440 hz is used and called an A4, while a 432 hz can also be used and that too called an A4. But, don't ...
0
votes
3answers
61 views

Are the terms tuning and pitch the same?

The Roland TR-03 has a knob labelled with the term 'Tuning'. When I turn it to the left then the sound gets deeper. When I turn it to the right then the sound gets higher. I know the term 'pitch' ...
3
votes
1answer
384 views

Can the same piano be used for Indian and western music?

For any piano (keyboard, digital or acoustic), is the piano made or tuned differently for Indian and western music? Or, can the same piano be used for both?
1
vote
1answer
141 views

Different types of tuners

I use a clip-on tuner on my guitar. I play a string. If the LCD display turns green, that string is in tune. Otherwise, it shows if it is too high or too low. I saw someone else's tuner a few years ...
2
votes
1answer
91 views

Is clip-on tuner suitable for stage in orchestra?

I googled and saw videos in youtube about tuning in classical orchestra during their live performance. I was wonder if somebody tell me that using clip-on tuner for instruments (like violin) in ...
0
votes
2answers
332 views

What pitch should my guitar be in [duplicate]

I just started playing guitar and I got I tuner to tune my guitar as I don't know how to do it by ear. I had to choose a pitch but I wasn't sure which one so I'm a bit confused. Can somebody please ...
3
votes
4answers
4k views

Are there any tuners specifically for 12-string guitars?

I don't want to sound like I'm Ralph Towner or anything, but I know when my 12-string is in tune. It's just a matter of all the harmonics aligning, at least to my ears, but with the tuner I have, it ...
1
vote
1answer
508 views

What is meant by setting semi-tone on Guitar Tuner?

On a guitar tuner there’s a setting to set semi-tone. Options are Off, b, bb. What do these options mean? While I understand that semi-tone means interval of half-tone (one fret), I need some ...
1
vote
2answers
793 views

Tuner with only numbers

I havea clip-on tuner for my Classical Guitar that only shows numbers from 2 to 6 How do I tune my Guitar with that tuner?
9
votes
2answers
2k views

Does striking the string with more force produce higher pitch?

My guts tell me no, but I want to make sure. I've got an electric tuner that shows the pitch that it hears. You can plug a cable(e.g. form electric guitar), or use an embedded microphone for sound ...
1
vote
1answer
719 views

While tuning guitar, 1st string coming as 2nd string on tuner ? What do I do?

While tuning guitar, 1st string coming as 2nd string on tuner ? What do I do ? Happening for the first time.
0
votes
1answer
2k views

How to get frequencies for the major and minor Pentatonic scales

I'm trying figure out how get the frequencies of pitches from the pentatonic scales. To start, I build a chromatic scale tuned in 440 starting on D (67 semitones below A440), using this equation. 2 -...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

unable to tune the acoustic guitar

I'm a beginner and currently learning to play guitar. I have a polo acoustic guitar. when I try to tune it using a clip on electronic tuner it doesn't recognize the strings correctly. except for 6th ...
6
votes
2answers
117 views

Plastic Ukes and clip on tuners

I'm getting a ukulele for a child and was thinking of getting a plastic rather than wooden one as they are said to be more durable and have better tuning stability and intonation than cheap wooden ...