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Steve Schmidt


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Ramsey, MN, USA
Post  Posted 2 May 2019 2:02 pm    
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One of my students asked me to share my Cleartune presets from my iPhone. It appears as though I cannot go in and look at them. Just for kicks, I created a new "test" tuning and saved it, and I cannot go into that new test one either, in fact, I can't even delete that test one I created. Am I missing somthing?
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Tommy Mc


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Middlesex VT
Post  Posted 3 May 2019 8:29 am    
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I don't know about Cleartune, but PitchLab Pro (free) lets you create custom sweeteners and see the offsets. It even has a few features I wish my StroboPlus had. Pitchlab uses a strob-like display, but also tells you the exact Hz of the note you're playing, and how many cents out of tune it is.
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James Mayer


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back in Portland Oregon, USA (via Arkansas and London, UK)
Post  Posted 3 May 2019 10:33 am    
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Steve, here's how you access the edit screen for the preset.

1) hit the "i" in the bottom right corner to get into the settings screen
2) click on "Temperament" to get a list of whatever temperaments are stored.
3) Drag left on the temperament you wish to edit and you'll see options to edit or delete.

I have to say, as great as the ClearTune app is, I find there is one app that is better for tuning. TonalEnergy (all called "TE Tuner") allows temperaments, tracks smoother, "hears" your notes for a longer duration and is just as accurate as Cleartune. Tune using the "analysis" screen.
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Marc Jenkins


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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Post  Posted 4 May 2019 1:52 pm    
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James Mayer wrote:
Steve, here's how you access the edit screen for the preset.

1) hit the "i" in the bottom right corner to get into the settings screen
2) click on "Temperament" to get a list of whatever temperaments are stored.
3) Drag left on the temperament you wish to edit and you'll see options to edit or delete.

I have to say, as great as the ClearTune app is, I find there is one app that is better for tuning. TonalEnergy (all called "TE Tuner") allows temperaments, tracks smoother, "hears" your notes for a longer duration and is just as accurate as Cleartune. Tune using the "analysis" screen.


James, can this app learn a temperament from audio input?
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James Mayer


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back in Portland Oregon, USA (via Arkansas and London, UK)
Post  Posted 6 May 2019 8:11 am    
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I'm not sure on that one. I don't think it has a calibration button for each string.
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