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jdriver
post Sep 2 2009, 11:39 PM
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If anyone's been thinking of getting a Peterson Strobe tuner, now's the time. For the month of September when you buy any tuner you get a free download of their StroboSoft product which is a stand alone app with spectrum analyzer and 'scope, regular price $99 USD. The software version includes VST plugin for use within your favorite DAW.

Also, amazingly, they have a strobe tuner app for the iPhone and iPod Touch for only $9.99!!!

If you're not familiar with these tuners, do yourself a favor and check them out. Accuracy to 0.1 cents, and "Sweetened Tunings" built in.

Peterson Strobe Tuners

They also sell a nice guitar to midi adapter box.

(I am not a paid endorser! I wish I was, haha.)

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post Sep 3 2009, 12:25 AM
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Cool link. They make really great tuners. At the guitar shop I worked at way back in the day, they had a really nice Peterson strobe tuner. It was so precise especially when setting the intonation.

Kind of off topic but maybe not. Does anyone know of a PC app equivalent (strobe tuner app)? I seem to be mostly playing through my computer these days and it would be more convenient to have.


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post Sep 3 2009, 03:20 AM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Sep 2 2009, 05:25 PM) *
Cool link. They make really great tuners. At the guitar shop I worked at way back in the day, they had a really nice Peterson strobe tuner. It was so precise especially when setting the intonation.

Kind of off topic but maybe not. Does anyone know of a PC app equivalent (strobe tuner app)? I seem to be mostly playing through my computer these days and it would be more convenient to have.


The StroboSoft product is a standalone tuner app for PC or Mac. Comes in 2 flavors, Standard and Deluxe, $49 and $99 respectively. That includes the plugins also.

You're right about setting intonation, these make it so easy to be totally accurate.


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post Sep 3 2009, 03:37 AM
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Thanks man! smile.gif
I'll check it out. I was hoping I could find a shareware one or open source app I could tweak. Oh well, you got to pay to play! Right?

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