Cleartune User Guide

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From the iTunes App Store: 'Cleartune has been a life saver both on and off the stage! Especially in the studio, who would have thought the drummer had the best tuner in the room?'- Ezra Oklan (Ambulance ltd., Norah Jones, Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Ari Hest, Matt Beck (Matchbox 20), Chico Hamilton, Arnie Lawrence, John Southworth,Oakley Hall)'Ive been having trouble with interference on stage with other tuners for the iPhone. Used Cleartune last night before a gig and had no problemswith stage noise. Excellent tuner for bass.' - Rob Calder (Ari Hest, Angus and Julia Stone, Findlay Brown, Colin Smith, The Break and Repair Method)✭ Featuredin Electronic Musician magazine✭ Showcased on demo iPhones at AT&T and Apple Stores✭ Featured on Apple.com - Staff Picks & App of the week-----------------------Cleartuneis a chromatic instrument tuner and pitch pipe that allows you to quickly and accurately tune your instrument using the built-in mic in your iPhone orusing an external mic on your 2nd or 3rd generation iPod Touch.Note to iPod Touch users:iPod Touch 2nd and 3rd gen requires an external microphone - seehttp://bitcount.com/cleartune/ipod.html for details. The tuning function is not compatible with the original 1st generation iPod Touch.Cleartune featuresa unique 'note wheel' interface allowing you to quickly find your pitch, paired with a highly responsive fine-tuning meter for the perfect tune.With supportfor custom temperaments, transposition, notations such as solfège, adjustable calibration and more, Cleartune packs more power than most pro tuners, yetis simple enough for everyone to use. Cleartune can tune acoustic or electric guitar, bass, bowed strings, woodwinds, brass, piano, tympani, tablas andany other instrument that can sustain a tone.Features:- Note Wheel Display- Ultra responsive 25 cent range fine tuning display- Needle Damping option-Precise to ±1/100 semitone (±1 cent)- Selectable Temperaments- Selectable Notations (such as Solfège)- User-defined temperament and notations- Supportfor transposing instruments- Adjustable A4 calibration in 0.1 Hz increments- Pitch Pipe/Tone generator- Selectable tone waveform- Automatic or manual noteselection'

I have tried most every tuner on the app store and there are many that I like for many reasons. Some look fantastic, but have accuracy issues. Some are accurate but are just plain ugly.

After trying about a dozen tuner apps, I have finally settled on Cleartune. This app is attractive, highly accurate and versatile.

Cleartune works quite well using just the built in Mic, but one can also use any third-party instrument inputs designed for iOS devices.

The primary screen for the app reveals a large spinning dial (or note wheel) with the chromatic scale clearly displayed. Plus, the “Fine Tuning Display” above it, which shows – to an accuracy of +/- 1 cent – how far you really are from the note. I’ve found it best to tune to the initial attack and then let the string settle as slightly flat (although I always err on the side of sharp, as it’s less disconcerting to the ear than a flat note. I do this with every tuner).

The accuracy is the big selling point to me here. I’ve looked quite in tune with any number of tuners only to go insane throughout a song because I’m ever so slightly off. I have that problem much less frequently with Cleartune.

Aside from precision, there are just a lot of nice options available, including:

  1. You can have Cleartune simply play the note of your choosing with the “pitch pipe”
  2. Alternate notations (solfeggio, for example. In case you are working on sight singing)
  3. 23 different tuning temperaments
  4. Transposition
  5. Calibration (if you don’t intend to tune to A=440Hz)
  6. Needle dampening (primarily for wind instruments)

Cleartune is designed to work with acoustic or electric bass, acoustic or electric guitar, bowed strings, woodwinds, brass, piano, tympani, tablas and any other instrument that can sustain a tone.

All in all, a nicely packaged and thorough tuning app. Now, I’m sure that I’ll receive a lot of comments, and I encourage you to let us all know which metronomes you use and enjoy.

Clear Tune Features:

System
  • Note Wheel Display
  • Ultra responsive 25 cent range fine tuning display
  • Needle Damping option
  • Precise to ±1/100 semitone (±1 cent)
  • Selectable Temperaments
  • Selectable Notations (such as Solfège)
  • User-defined temperament and notations
  • Support for transposing instruments
  • Adjustable A4 calibration in 0.1 Hz increments
  • Pitch Pipe/Tone generator
  • Selectable tone waveform
  • Automatic or manual note selection

Cleartune User Guide Download

Cleartune is a universal app, available for $3.99 on the App Store.