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FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) v1.2.13 (Mac)
FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) v1.2.13 (Mac) FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) is a graphical utility for tuning your musical instruments, with error and volume history and advanced features. Features Estimation of the fundamental frequency (f0) of an audio signal, in real-time. (the f0, not the perceived pitch) Waveform shape Harmonics ratios Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) Microtonal tuning (supports scala file format) Statistics All views are optional so that the interface can be as simple as possible. (make it easy to see on a distant screen) Can support OSS, ALSA, PortAudio and Jack sound systems. Credits Developing an open-source software would be impossible without external, direct or indirect help. Thus, 1000 Thanks to the following geeks: Florian Hars for the tunning scales; Arnout Engelen for the JACK issues; John Anderson for the microtonal module idea; Scott Bahling for the scales in cents; Jacob Shapiro for his help to make FMIT working under Windows/Cygwin. Translators: Omega9 (Russian), skarmoutsosv (Greek), Pindaro (Portuguese), Florian Maier (German). Packagers: Toni Graffy and all the PackMan team, Ludovic Reslinger, Edward Tomasz Napierala, John Wright, dsboger. Disclaimer: This software comes with no warranties of any kind and the copyright owner and contributors can be liable for nothing. the simplest configuration with volume view and previous notes shown with the microtonal view statistics module wave form view harmonics view DFT module settings: general settings: capture settings: analysis Version 1.2.13 New note names: Hindustani, Byzantine Use unicode flat and sharp signs. Use custom save settings and pause icons that better fits the other icons design. Flexible transposition key selection. Added symbolic icon for high-contrast setup. Switch to Weblate for translation: https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/fmit/ Added translation for application information. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,889 Oct 03, 2019
Gilles Degottex
FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) v1.2.13 (Windows)
FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) v1.2.13 (Windows) FMIT (Free Music Instrument Tuner) is a graphical utility for tuning your musical instruments, with error and volume history and advanced features. Features Estimation of the fundamental frequency (f0) of an audio signal, in real-time. (the f0, not the perceived pitch) Waveform shape Harmonics ratios Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) Microtonal tuning (supports scala file format) Statistics All views are optional so that the interface can be as simple as possible. (make it easy to see on a distant screen) Can support OSS, ALSA, PortAudio and Jack sound systems. Credits Developing an open-source software would be impossible without external, direct or indirect help. Thus, 1000 Thanks to the following geeks: Florian Hars for the tunning scales; Arnout Engelen for the JACK issues; John Anderson for the microtonal module idea; Scott Bahling for the scales in cents; Jacob Shapiro for his help to make FMIT working under Windows/Cygwin. Translators: Omega9 (Russian), skarmoutsosv (Greek), Pindaro (Portuguese), Florian Maier (German). Packagers: Toni Graffy and all the PackMan team, Ludovic Reslinger, Edward Tomasz Napierala, John Wright, dsboger. Disclaimer: This software comes with no warranties of any kind and the copyright owner and contributors can be liable for nothing. the simplest configuration with volume view and previous notes shown with the microtonal view statistics module wave form view harmonics view DFT module settings: general settings: capture settings: analysis Version 1.2.13 New note names: Hindustani, Byzantine Use unicode flat and sharp signs. Use custom save settings and pause icons that better fits the other icons design. Flexible transposition key selection. Added symbolic icon for high-contrast setup. Switch to Weblate for translation: https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/fmit/ Added translation for application information. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,726 Oct 03, 2019
Gilles Degottex
   
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