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Old 09-03-2011
guitar tuning software

Is there a piece of guitar tuning software for linux.

i know for windows there is one (cant find the name) that when you open in and put your mic in front of the guitar and play then it will say what snares are out of tune and how to adjust them.

looking for the same thing on linux.

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Old 09-06-2011
just or tempered ? Smilie
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