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SteadyTune

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Price
$7.99
Category
Music & Utilities
Last Update
Jul 22, 2021
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44

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⭐3.5

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Introducing SteadyTune, the menu bar tuner for your Mac. Beautiful, accurate, stable, intuitive: you have to see it to believe it. A POWERFUL TUNER RIGHT WHERE YOU NEED IT Guitar players and musicians are some of the heaviest Mac users around. SteadyTune, the Mac menu bar tuner from the makers of GuitarToolkit and AmpKit, is beautifully implemented, amazingly lightweight, and always available when you need it. Now you can add tuning to the list of musical tasks your Mac is great at! ACCURATE AND STABLE SteadyTune's tuning algorithm is completely new, developed based on our 5 years of experience with the award-winning GuitarToolkit app. SteadyTune improves upon earlier-generation tuners in two ways: better tuning accuracy, and vastly improved needle stability when tuning. The difference is dramatic. EASY ON THE EYES A great tuning algorithm deserves a great tuning visualization, and SteadyTune introduces an altogether new visualization, with a high-precision log-ruled tuning strip that smoothly animates from out-of-tune dark red to in-tune bright green. The combination of this highly-intuitive visualization with SteadyTune's stability and precise note detection results in a fast, accurate and enjoyable tuning experience. MORE THAN JUST GUITAR Whatever instrument you're tuning, SteadyTune has you covered. And the list extends well beyond guitar: ◼ 6 String Guitar ◼ 7 String Guitar ◼ 12 String Guitar ◼ 4 String Bass ◼ 5 String Bass ◼ 6 String Bass ◼ Banjo ◼ Mandolin ◼ Ukulele ◼ Violin ◼ Cello ◼ Viola ◼ Double Bass In fact, with SteadyTune's "All Instruments" setting, you can tune just about anything—woodwinds, brass, you name it. Note: bagpipes are prohibited. KEY FEATURES ◼ 13 identified instruments plus "All Instruments" mode ◼ Over 200 alternate tunings ◼ Adjustable reference pitch ◼ "Always on top" mode ◼ "Start at login" option ◼ Mappable keyboard shortcuts ◼ Tune using the built-in mic or select an audio interface ◼ Works with AmpKit LiNK HD and other USB guitar interfaces ◼ Level meter shows signal strength Follow SteadyTune on Twitter: @SteadyTune Be a SteadyTune fan on Facebook: Facebook.com/SteadyTune

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Eric Parlin
Mar 19, 2016

At first I thought I got ripped off because it wouldnt open. It does open, but i use a dark heme on my mac, so I didnt see the icon at top at first (duh me). So far it is working great. I havent tried to use it to intonate yet, but it has many options and was well worth the $7. Im giving it 4 stars for now but if it works well for intonating my gear, i will give it a five. If you're having issues, make sure and select your instrument. It seems they have an algo that takes some slight buzz into account (both hiss and fret). Great job on this though - thanks guys! One feature I'd recommend for guitar is 6 string in drop C tuning as its being used widely in metalcore - I do love all the options you have for 7 string (those are useful to me as well), but only standard tuning for 6 string is a bummer, although the 'Every Note' option is very useful.

Loomie239
Nov 11, 2018

UPDATE: With 3 monitors, it turns out SteadyTune will only load and work from the primary monitor, and that was why I couldn't invoke it from the other monitors. Plus, the app is 5 years old. Come on, Devs! This is a great tuner, so update it. Original review: Like many people, I too had problems getting SteadyTune to work correctly. I’m using macOS Mojave, running 3 monitors each with multiple screens. There are two problems that I and other people have encountered: 1) can’t see the menubar icon, and 2) the tuner window doesn’t load. Problem 1: apparently SteadyTune issn’t compatible with Mojave’s dark mode. Look closely and you’ll see it. It become visible when you click it. Problem 2: I solved the tuner window not showing up problem by simply closing and reopening the app until it loaded. Hopefully this information will be helpful to others. I contacted tech support three times and never received a reply, which is a shame because SteadyTune is really a fantastic tuner. I’ll give 5 stars when the app becomes compatible with dark mode and is more consistent when loading.

Rambo8649
Aug 28, 2015

This tuner looks great and it works as advertised. I own also own a Korg Sledgehammer Pro and a few Snarks. The Korg is more accurate than the Snarks. I did a quick test tuning my acoustic and SteadyTune is as accurate as the Korg, a pleasant surprise. My only complaints are also suggestions. First, In dark mode, the menu bar icon is barely visible. To the developers, please fix soon…I’m pretty sure a lot of us are using Dark Mode on our Macs. Second, it would nice to be able to detach the app window so I can move it to another screen while using a dual monitor setup.

a28882
Oct 29, 2014

I have several guitars, a Dobro, a mandolin, a banjo and an upright bass in my studio. My brother plays the fiddle. (I have some other instruments, too, but these are the only ones that constantly need tuning. I set this tuner to use the input from Duet 2. And now I can tune up in seconds and record a track. Switching back and forth between instruments with only a slight delay for tuning back up. Purely amazing! I also notice that if I’m off slightly in my finger placement when playing a fretless instrument, this tuner lets me know so I can be a little more careful of that note on the next take. This is worth every cent I paid for it. Should have bought it long ago. For those of you who have trouble finding it after you buy it, go to the application folder (blue folder with the A on it) and look for Steady Tune. After that first use, you can launch it from the bar near the time and date. Sweet!

ghnd79
Dec 30, 2013

Edited my review --- I thought the program was not running, but it just doesn't open a new window when opened. Look in the upper right corner of your desktop (by the sound and wireless icons). The tuning fork shows the propram is working - just click on the icon. Tech support responded to my concerns in a matter of hours. Once this was explained I found the app very easy to use. I was all tuned up in moments. Thanks for the help and the great little program!

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About SteadyTune

Developed by Agile Partners.

SteadyTune is ranking in   Music & Utilities

Last update was at Jul 22, 2021and the current version is None.

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SteadyTune have a 44a user reviews.

SteadyTune was released in the App Store. It is developed by Agile Partners, who have also released the following apps.

SteadyTune has 44 user reviews.​

SteadyTune has an average rating of 3.5. ​The latest version of SteadyTune None​ ​​was ​released on Jul 22, 2021​.

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