modTuner Pro - a Modern Musical Instrument Tuner for Windows 8
Melbourne, Australia, Feb 13, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Burnt Fuse has recently released modTuner Pro for Windows 8, a modern take on a musical instrument tuner, to take full advantage of the Windows 8's modern style for tablets, notebooks and desktops. modTuner Pro adds several advanced features to modTuner, Burnt Fuse's well received chromatic tuner available for free on the Windows 8 store.
modTuner Pro features everything you would want in a professional chromatic tuner including drop/capo and transposition tuning, concert A calibration, a strobe tuner or note tape, 44 tuning temperaments (including Pythagorean for tuning orchestral strings in perfect fifths), a noise filter and high sensitivity mode.
"We're proud of the fact that we have developed our own robust, reliable and advanced pitch detection algorithm to power modTuner Pro. This is not an easy feat to accomplish. The algorithm is capable of reliably and accurately detecting the entire pitch range of an 88 key piano from A0 to C8, which will cover double basses, guitars, ukuleles and violins through to piccolos.", said Gavin Gregson, Technical Director of Burnt Fuse.
"With the new, modern interface style introduced in Windows 8, we wanted to develop something different from the existing chromatic tuner designs which tend to mimic traditional hardware. We completely reimagined the design of what a tuner should look like and modTuner Pro provides a large easy to read display as well as attractive backgrounds which light up when a reliable tone is detected to give you greater confidence while tuning."
modTuner Pro is currently available on the Windows Store as a 7 day trial or purchase for USD2.99.
See modTuner Pro on the Windows Store.
" I just paid my $2.99 and you should too!... Thank you for making a great app for my Surface and laptop!"
"Awesome app! Have tried all the other tuners in the store and have found that this is the only one that actually works as a chromatic tuner."
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