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Hello Friends!

Until i am working with some old analouge instruments there ist always the same problem: the tuning...

Temperature and humidity changes while working and tuning is sweeping away.

Well, what about a 440Hz Reference-tone-button included in Cakewalk by BandLab (maybe installe d in the Metronome-Tab)?

One click generates a sinusodial 440 Hz reference tone to tune all analouge equipment manually and one click again stop it --> Now ready to record a well tuned track...

I think, that could coded very simple and would be sooo useful...

 Thanx!

Edited by Traumwandler-Music-Projekt

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@Traumwandler-Music-Projekt, welcome to the forum and to Cakewalk by BandLab (CbB).

There have been requests for multiple types of tuners to be built into CbB; everything from chromatic tuners to guitar tuners to reference tone tuners.   Thanks for adding your voice.

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Hi🙂

 

The most of this 432 Hz article is not true! For example Mozarts Tuneforque had 426 Hz, not 432. Every Composer had a differe t tuning , raising up to 456 Hz for Richard Wagner. Phytagoras tunes his instrument in perfect fifths, which doesn't work well for our ears, cause it produces a small frequency difference with the last fifth to the starting note. There' s nothing known about his tuning! Si I'm pretty sure it wasn't 432 Hz for an A or what he called it.....

So forget about this, it doesn't even sound better, just deeper with less overtones.

This esoteric discussion is just bullsh....

Bassman

 

 

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