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Thread: Tuning - Change Playback Pitch

  1. #21
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    Just found this app. Haven't had a chance to try it yet. If someone has the time, may you could check it out.
    http://www.pitch-switch.com/?referre...RoCsskQAvD_BwE
    This one also: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...sicspeed&hl=en
    Last edited by raymb1; 02-04-2018 at 07:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dflat View Post
    There might be an Audiobus 3 effects app that can do this now.
    https://audiob.us
    They have a forum and support, so you might like to check if there is something suitable.
    Otherwise as suggested, a guitar pitch shifter might work.
    Thank you for the tip but not very helpful for wind instruments, which by the way may require only a small fraction of tone adjustment for the perfect pitch.
    As mentioned on many other posts requesting the same, it sounds relatively simple as proposed in other apps like Anytune.
    And above all it sounds an essential priority. You may be developing tech features like export lists or whatnot but please remember our community is made of musicians more than geeks: tuning the perfect pitch beats anything else you may think of offering.
    And again like many of my peers I believe, I would be more than happy to pay for this addition.
    So please please please, listen to your community, and make your great app the perfect app!!
    Thanks a lot!

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    New in v8.3 update
    A=430 to 450Hz

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    Quote Originally Posted by dflat View Post
    New in v8.3 update
    A=430 to 450Hz
    YAY! A useful function, like if your old piano is in relative tune,...just a little flat.

    It's a global setting found in "Advanced Audio Settings" in the MORE section.
    https://technimo.helpshift.com/a/ire...l=en&p=android

    But just like the automatic-change tempo/transpose practice setting (graduation hat) you have to remember to turn it OFF/reset it to 440 when not needed.
    Thank You!
    )BOB
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 07-12-2018 at 05:38 PM.

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    Kudos to you iReal for the tuner!
    You’re listening to your community 👍
    Highly appreciated! 😉🎶

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    Thanks for the tuning addition. I often have to play pianos that are not quite 440.

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    Default Adjust the standard A4=440 to anything from 415 to 466 Hz

    Hi, I was very happy to see that in the last update, iReal Pro opens the option to adjust A4 to a range from 430 to 450 Hz.

    As a classical musician I will benefit so much from a range from 415 to 466 Hz, practically this means both a semi-tone above and a semi-tone below the standard A=440.

    Many classical string and wind instruments are tuned that far from 440 and therefore this simple feature will be a huge advantage and will allow so many musicians to read and play with the app without preparing the instruments for it (sometime as much as re-stringing the whole set is necessary).

    I'm sure that I'm not alone in this need; and if the range could already be extended to 430-450 in the app, I guess that it's not much more complicated to allow for 415-466 adjustment.

    Thanks a lot, I'll be happy to get an update once this feature is built into an update in the future
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 08-25-2018 at 05:48 PM. Reason: Moved to existing discussion thread

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