[LAU] looking for a jack-enabled "guitar tuner"

hermann meyer brummer- at web.de
Thu Jul 9 12:33:27 EDT 2009

Am Donnerstag, den 09.07.2009, 14:13 +0200 schrieb Atte Andre Jensen:
> Hi
> I work quite a lot with music made from samples. To ease the process of 
> tuning samples, I thought "there might be a good linux tuning software 
> outthere", but couldn't really find any, maybe because I don't know what 
> to type in google :-)
> I found http://linux-sound.org/guitar.html and also looked at fmit and 
> tuneit, but all seem old and a quick build of the two most interesting 
> apps, fmit and gtkguitune, failed (we can dig later if those are 
> recommended apps).
> So I'm looking for a recommendation: Which jack-enabled software could 
> help me tune samples? If it doesn't get confused when the sample 
> contains more notes, like a chord it would be great!
> NB: Sorry if I overlooked something obvious, I never worked with 
> software of this type before...


Don't know if I get you right, but Sonic Visualiser comes in mind.

or the CLAM network

more simple and also a bit old, but use full  qjacktuner


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