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Description

Tune your guitar, uke, violin, … in fact any musical instrument with the speed, accuracy and comfort of true strobe tuning! Simply sound the note to be tuned; it will instantly be recognised and displayed prominently. The strobe ring around it shows through its rotation and color whether you're flat, sharp, or in tune.

Extremely accurate: in contrast to needle tuners that average out fluctuations, linostrobe faithfully reflects every nuance of your intonation.

Instantaneous response: if you've used Cleartune, gStrings or DaTuner before, you'll love the absence of delay here!

World-class automatic pitch recognition: reliable even for "difficult" (overtone-rich) instruments such as the mbira.

Supreme sensitivity and a clear display: you can even tune from across the room!
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This full version is ad-free and offers many adjustable preferences:

Pitch Control
* adjust concert pitch from A₄ = 415 to 466 Hz
* 30 historical and modern temperaments
* calibrate target in cents (% of a semitone)
* auto-calibrate to an external reference tone

Notation
* English, German, solfège, sargam, Byzantine,
Cyrillic, and Japanese note names
* support for transposing instruments
* choice of sharps & flats (e.g., C♯ or D♭)

Appearance
* choose colors for flat, good, and sharp pitch
* max. deviation (in cents) for 'good' color
* adjust strobe sensitivity (rotation speed)
* can display the measured frequency in Hz

Linostrobe requires the RECORD_AUDIO permission to access your phone's microphone. The audio is analyzed on the fly - nothing is actually recorded.

Happy tuning!

- lino

 $4.49 in Google Play

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched Mar 20, 2014 (almost 5 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 10 months, on average.

Jan 24
2018
(Current)
Version 1.15

* fixed black screen on some Samsung devices
* notes above E6 are now recognized correctly

May 14
2016
Version 1.14

Contact us if there's a problem, we're happy to help!
Version 1.14, 15 May 2016
* Android 6: request microphone permission
* better help on "audio core not responding"
Version 1.13, 27 Dec 2015
* updated for Android 6 (Marshmallow)
* fixed (again) Samsung issue with missing #/b
Version 1.12, 16 Jan 2015
* fixed crashes & hangs when selecting menu options
* addressed various cosmetic issues on Android 5

Dec 27
2015
Version 1.13

Jan 16
2015
Version 1.12

Tune your guitar, uke, violin, … in fact any musical instrument with the speed, accuracy and comfort of true strobe tuning! Simply sound the note to be tuned; it will instantly be recognised and displayed prominently. The strobe ring around it shows through its rotation and color whether you're flat, sharp, or in tune.

Extremely accurate: in contrast to needle tuners that average out fluctuations, linostrobe faithfully reflects every nuance of your intonation.


Instantaneous response: if you've used Cleartune, gStrings or DaTuner before, you'll love the absence of delay here!


World-class automatic pitch recognition: reliable even for "difficult" (overtone-rich) instruments such as the mbira.


Supreme sensitivity and a clear display: you can even tune from across the room!
_______________________________________


Note: Linostrobe requires an 800 MHz CPU or better to run well. If in doubt, you can use the free 'lite' version to check if your device is capable enough.


This full version is ad-free and offers many adjustable preferences:


Pitch Control
⚫ adjust concert pitch from A₄ = 415 to 466 Hz
⚫ 30 historical and modern temperaments
⚫ calibrate target in cents (% of a semitone)
⚫ auto-calibrate to an external reference tone


Notation
⚫ English, German, solfège, sargam, Byzantine,
Cyrillic, and Japanese note names
⚫ support for transposing instruments
⚫ choice of sharps & flats (e.g., C♯ or D♭)


Appearance
⚫ choose colors for flat, good, and sharp pitch
⚫ max. deviation (in cents) for 'good' color
⚫ adjust strobe sensitivity (rotation speed)
⚫ can display the measured frequency in Hz


Linostrobe requires the RECORD_AUDIO permission to access your phone's microphone. The audio is analyzed on the fly - nothing is actually recorded.


Happy tuning!


- lino

Oct 03
2014
Version 1.11

Tune your guitar, uke, violin, … in fact any musical instrument with the speed, accuracy and comfort of true strobe tuning! Simply sound the note to be tuned; it will instantly be recognised and displayed prominently. The strobe ring around it shows through its rotation and color whether you're flat, sharp, or in tune.

Extremely accurate: in contrast to needle tuners that average out fluctuations, linostrobe faithfully reflects every nuance of your intonation.


Instantaneous response: if you've used Cleartune, gStrings or DaTuner before, you'll love the absence of delay here!


World-class automatic pitch recognition: reliable even for "difficult" (overtone-rich) instruments such as the mbira.


Supreme sensitivity and a clear display: you can even tune from across the room!
_______________________________________


Note: Linostrobe requires an 800 MHz CPU or better to run well. If in doubt, you can use the free 'lite' version to check if your device is capable enough.


This full version is ad-free and offers many adjustable preferences:


Pitch Control
⚫ adjust concert pitch from A₄ = 415 to 466 Hz
⚫ 30 historical and modern temperaments
⚫ calibrate target in cents (% of a semitone)
⚫ auto-calibrate to an external reference tone


Notation
⚫ English, German, solfège, sargam, Byzantine,
Cyrillic, and Japanese note names
⚫ support for transposing instruments
⚫ choice of sharps & flats (e.g., C♯ or D♭)


Appearance
⚫ choose colors for flat, good, and sharp pitch
⚫ max. deviation (in cents) for 'good' color
⚫ adjust strobe sensitivity (rotation speed)
⚫ can display the measured frequency in Hz


Linostrobe requires the RECORD_AUDIO permission to access your phone's microphone. The audio is analyzed on the fly - nothing is actually recorded.


Happy tuning!


- lino

Previous 3 versions
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Total Ratings

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Total Ratings

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4
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1
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