Ap Guitar Tuner Win 10 64bit, A Highly Accurate and Easy to Use Guitar Tuner Software.
A level meter has been included so you make sure that the signal level from the guitar is always high when tuning. A high input level makes the frequency measuring more accurate and stable.
The Guitar Tuner is easier to use than most tuners. Our guitar tuner lets you select a key and then shows you what note each string should be tuned too. There is a tuning bar that lets you know how much your note is out of tune, and whether you need to tune the string up or down.
Asio 2 is supported which reduces audio latency and improves performance. The tuner has a built in sound monitor which means you can hear the sound from your guitar on the computer’s speakers which makes tuning easier. If your card supports higher sampling speeds you can set it higher, the maximum sampling frequency supported is 192 KHz, which will improve tuning accuracy.
Ultrawave Guitar Tuner Powerful Features:
- Tuning bar indicator
- Tune up / down indicator
- Tuning key can be changed.
- Note and frequency display.
- 2 Stage frequency measurement.
- Fast frequency tracking.
- Built in monitor for easier tuning.
- Input level indicator.
- ASIO ™ v2 is supported.
Guitar tuner is a highly accurate two stage multiband tuner which is more stable than many other software or hardware guitar tuners. A reliable and accurate guitar tuner is a must have for any guitarist, and our tuner has the added bonus that you'll never run out of battery power with this one. Our guitar tuner lets you select a key and then shows you what note each string should be tuned too. There is a tuning bar that lets you know how much your note is out of tune, and whether you need to tune the string up or down.
Platform: Windows XP//NT, Vista (Requires Asio4All driver)
Ultrawave Guitar Tuner Requirements:
- 1 GHz CPU, 256MB System RAM DirectX 7 or higher
- 16 bit sound with WDM compatible drivers, and line in or mic socket.
Download It ( for Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Vista, XP ) comments powered by Disqus