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    Early Music tuner for the iPhone

    Hi guys,
    In January I released a tuner for the iPhone that is targeted early music players. After having worked with harpsichordists, organists, recorder players and cellists, I thought I'd like to involve more musicians, and that's why I've come to your forum.

    While I've primarily aimed for early music, many of these temperaments should be interesting for all classical musicians for repertoire up until the 1890s at least. I would love to get feedback from you on whether you can use it for your instrument (I believe it is for all classical instruments, but if I'm wrong and I can fix it so that it becomes usable for your instrument, that would really be valuable input to me), and I would also love to get feedback on how I can improve it to suit YOUR instrument better.

    If you don't know anything about tuning, that's ok. I've added introductory information about the different temperaments and I'm especially targeting amateur to conservatory degree musicians. If you always tune by ear without any aid and you're not interested in exploring alternate temperaments, this probably isn't for you. If, on the other hand, you think sounds like it could help you, be sure to

    Cheers

    Nik
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Apr-23-2009 at 18:45. Reason: rem promo url's

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    Hi Nik! Welcome to the forum.
    judy tooley

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    Quick update, Well Tempered was released in a new version yesterday. 212 historical temperaments, available to help you tune through both a chromatic tuner and a pitch pipe, or explore the temperaments with the built-in keyboard. Check it out in the App Store
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Jun-12-2015 at 16:43. Reason: deleted hyperlink

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