Bubble Tuner v1 - FREE for March 2015. Chromatic Instrument Tuner

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Anim, Mar 10, 2015.

  1. Anim macrumors 6502a

    Anim

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    Hey all

    Just uploaded version 1 of Bubble Tuner to the Mac App Store and set it as a free download during March. I would love to hear some feedback or how you find using it to tune your instruments.

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/bubble-tuner-realtime-chromatic/id972729737?mt=12

    • Chromatic Tuner. Tune hundreds of instruments and alternate tunings
    • Easy to use, can tune all strings of a guitar in a few minutes
    • Highly accurate, more than the human ear.
    • Includes Octave Graph to help see the rise and fall of pitch for beginners.
    • Preloaded with the some of the most popular tunings.
    • Add your own instruments and tunings.
    • Tune to cents or frequency.
    • Detects Octave, Frequency, Cents and Semitones.
    • Low energy rating.

    Bubble Tuner listens to your instruments via the built-in Mac microphone and detects the note played.

    Tuning a 6 string acoustic guitar takes just a few minutes for all strings using the built in presets to guide you for each string making tuning easy, fast and accurate.

    You can also use the Octave Graph which helps beginners visualise the tuning process making tuning even easier.
     
  2. Anim thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Anim

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    Anybody using Mavericks here?

    If you would take 1 min to see if the app opens on Mavericks I would be very grateful for your feedback.

    Had a couple of random reports that it isn't opening in 10.9.5 :mad: which is odd.

    Well, the app opens (light appears under it) but no window appears, just a menu with no items in it at the top.

    Thanks
     
  3. Anim thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Anim

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    Well, it's now Yosemite only as Apple failed to mention (or warn / catch on submission) that using storyboards (a programming tool) are not supported on anything under OSX 10.10. So Mavericks support will come at a later date when I can convert all the storyboards back to a compatible format for older OS's
     

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