FL Studio Mobile
Use the tuner to tune an acoustic instrument such as a guitar or detect the pitch of samples.
- Mode - Sensitivity to changes in pitch:
- Steady - Responds slowly to changes in pitch. Best suited to guitar, vocals or unsteady live instruments. Detection range: F1 - E7. NOTE: Includes a low-pass filter to reject higher frequencies.
- Reactive - Responds quickly to changes in pitch. Best suited to synthesizers, sample sources and higher-pitched sounds like whistling, where you are trying to track instant changes or short snippets of sound. Detection range: F1 - C10.
- Visual - Choose a pitch visualization:
- Basic - Displays note name, octave, frequency and offset as a line beneath the detected pitch.
- Strobe - Displays note name, octave, frequency and offset as a strobing series of dots that come to a stop when the sound is on pitch.
- Orbit - Displays note name, octave, frequency and offset as a series of orbiting note names.
- Reference - Note A at 440 Hz is the standard. Change perfect A to vary between 400 and 480 Hz reference.
- Input - When deselected allows audio to pass through the Tuner. Select this when using the Tuner on the Recording panel, to prevent feedback when using an internal mic.