At the moment, OmniTuner is not available for direct download on a computer. However, you can use emulators to run it on PC. The downside is that using OmniTuner with an emulator might slow down your computer's performance.
Learn how to use OmniTuner on your computer in these 5 simple steps:
A versatile chromatic tuner for a variety of instruments. A real, microphone-based guitar tuner and much much more. FEATURES: -A sophisticated pitch detection engine that works with most musical instruments, including stringed instruments, woodwinds, and brass -A fretboard mode that helps you tune stringed instruments, including banjo, mandolin, ukulele, bass guitar, and many more. -Works great with the standard guitar tuning as well, and has a dedicated module for this. -A standard note display that accurately reports both the note name and the octave of the note played -A display that reports the frequency of the note played -Multiple guitar tunings -Easy-to-use hands-free interface -Optional non-standard note frequencies (via changing A4) -Both LED and analog pitch meters Compatibility: iPhone (4S and later): compatible Other iOS devices which have microphones Note: some users have reported that the microphone is not working in the latest release immediately after updating the app (especially users of iOS 9). If this is the case, reboot your phone (holding power & sleep button down for 20 or so seconds). The software should work as expected thereafter. If this does not resolve your problem, contact support (email@example.com) with your OmniTuner version as well as the type of device and your iOS version.
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$9.99 On iTunes