I am looking for an inexpensive and VoiceOver accessible app for checking the tuning of strings on my piano.
I tried Tuner Lite, but after checking a few notes it wouldn't respond to any more notes even after killing and restarting it. Also, I couldn't tell with VoiceOver whether the note was sharp or flat.
Thanks for any recommendations.
I use Talking Tuner for a few different instruments. I think I paid a dollar. The only issue I've had with it is it has trouble if there's an air conditioner humming or something like that.
It seems like there's a different temperament to the piano tuning from other strings, if I remember correctly. I'm sure you'll be able to figure that out.
Re: Talking tuner
Thanks Old bear. I just downloaded this app (still $0.99) and it really works well with VoiceOver. Very easy to use.
I didn't see any special settings for a piano temperment, but there was a setting for the resolution in cents.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean there was a setting in the app, but that piano strings aren't tuned pure. I'm glad you like the app.
I'm a long time, happy user…
I'm a long time, happy user of Talking Tuner. I'm glad it is working out for you.