Drumtune PRO | Drum Tuner

Drumtune PRO | Drum Tuner

By Bram Van den Broeck

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2013-06-06
  • Current Version: 2.0.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 136.70 MB
  • Developer: Bram Van den Broeck
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 64 Ratings

Description

Drum tuning made fun, fast & easy! Drumtune PRO is the fastest, the most complete and the most advanced drum tuner app available to drummers today! No more guesswork while tuning your drums: Drumtune PRO analyzes your drum's sound and tells you exactly how your drum is tuned. With Drumtune PRO in your pocket tuning your drums to perfection becomes a lot easier... Drumtune PRO is the only drum tuner you'll ever need. Maximize your sound NOW! You will never need your ears again. ;) Oww yeah! °°° MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS °°° > iOS 9 or newer. > Works on iPhone 5 & newer. Designed for iPhone 6 & up. > Will NOT work on: iPhone 4S & older, iPads & iPods. °°° SUPPORT °°° We improve Drumtune PRO based upon your input! Reach out: Email: support@drumtunepro.com Private message: www.facebook.com/DrumtunePRO Direct: shake your phone while in the app to report bugs directly. ○○○ EASY TO USE ○○○ The intuitive interface provides usability in a sleek jacket. Enjoy clear navigation, instant tuning feedback and animated design. Experience a pixel perfect interface to sharply tailor your drum sound! ○○○ KIT INTERVAL CALCULATOR ○○○ Use the kit interval calculator to define custom tuning intervals for all drums in your kits. Experiment with tuning intervals to design your ‘signature drum sound’ and express your unique style. Professional drum kit sound became affordable just now! ○○○LUG TUNER MODE○○○ Lug tuner mode assists you with tuning your lugs in the correct pattern. It keeps track of all lug pitch differences, so you can efficiently check which bolts have to be tuned up or down to obtain an even head tension. ○○○ SIGNATURE DRUM SOUND ○○○ Experiment with fundamental tones and their sustain. Drumtune PRO provides tuning suggestions for the batter and resonant head to get you as close as possible to your target fundamental tone! Tweak the pitches of your batter and resonant heads to design your 'signature drum sound'. ○○○ TUNING PRESETS ○○○ Create fully customizable tuning presets for all your snares, kicks, toms & floor toms. Organize the presets for all your drums in drum kits. Save your 'signature sound' per drum by storing your personal tuning settings for batter and resonant heads in your tuning presets. Load your tuning presets at any point in the future to tune your drums and precisely recreate your 'signature drum sound' within minutes. Achieve a consistent drum sound: Always, whenever & wherever. ○○○ PITCH DIFFERENCE SCALE ○○○ Check the difference between target pitch and detected pitch on an intuitive, clear scale to know if a tensioning bolt has to be tuned up or down. Tune and clear your drumhead within minutes! ○○○ NOTE or Hz TONE DISPLAY ○○○ Drumtune PRO displays fundamental tone and batter/resonant head pitches as Notes and in Hz. Tune to the key of the song you're recording! SPECIFICATIONS DRUMHEAD LIBRARY •Download drumhead expansion packs for Evans, Remo & Aquarian. TUNING PRESETS •Fundamental drum tone (Note/Hz) •Batter head pitch •Resonant head pitch (*Can't tune snare reso head above 385 Hz. See warning below.) •Sustain indicator (max, long, med, short) LUG TUNER MODE •Automatic display of preset lug amount (#5>#10) •Pitch difference per lug •Automatic tuning pattern guidance •Switch between lug tuner mode and needle display mode •Lug focus mode TUNER •Tune to target notes/pitches (Hz/Note) •Accurate pitch difference detection (Cents/Hz) •Needle & scale display-type •Tune up or down indication •Instant & powerful tuning algorithms TUNING RANGE •Tuning range approx. 30Hz-385Hz WARNING TUNING RANGE LIMIT *Snare drum resonant heads cannot be tuned to pitches above the tuning range limit of 385Hz. Pitches present above the tuning range will be displayed as random frequencies below 400Hz and cause erratic/'jumpy' readings. It could be that your drumhead is tuned very high, while the app shows a tone below 385Hz. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN DRUMHEAD.

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Reviews

  • Excellent App and Customer Support

    5
    By MeanGreenTexan
    I am so impressed with DrumTune Pro. Highly useful to get your drums sounding great. Really helps you to understand the process of tuning which in turn helps you to dial in the sound you’re looking for. Highly recommend.
  • Inconsistent

    1
    By AM_Radio
    Wish I could get my money back. The results are inconsistent between drum strikes. First strike says 86 then the very next says 230. (No tuning between strikes). These wide swings are maddening.
  • excellent

    5
    By Maodrummer1
    excellent app 100% i recommended
  • Right idea, not so great performance

    1
    By Drigo panda
    I bought this app to see if my tuning was accurate and to offer my students an easier way to tune. I spent 3 hours tuning one drum with this. I watched videos and read articles on how to use this. I tried every way possible. This app can’t tune my drums, and it tells me my frequency is too low. I tuned my drums my way, 15 minutes for all the drums. Top and bottom. I’m a metal player with a 6 piece set. I wouldn’t recommend this app to anyone. Just learn to tune drums. I just wasted my money on something I’ve already deleted and will never use again. Worst 10$, even guitar tuners work. Highly disappointed but my expectations were very low anyways.
  • Inconsistent

    3
    By Blakestererer
    The app would give several random reads most of the time when tuning near the edge. Especially when it came to tuning the resonant head of the snare drum.
  • I promise this works

    5
    By The official Justin bieber
    This is amazing!!! I swear omm
  • DO NOT BUY!!!

    1
    By Dezlee2001
    THIS APP DOES NOT WORK!!! THEIR YOUTUBE VIDEOS KEEP CUTTING, INDICATING THAT THEY ARE TUNING WITH SOMETHING ELSE. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GET A DRUMDIAL OR SOMETHING ALONG THOSE LINES. IT IS NOT THAT ANYONE IS USING THIS INCORRECTLY, IT JUST REALLY DOESN’T WORK.
  • What happened???

    1
    By CuriousGorge
    Am I the only one that thinks the original version was the best one? This app gets worse each update.
  • Counterproductive

    2
    By Tetris93
    I’ve always wanted to give this a try but this was personally a waste of time. Idk if it was my iPhone 7 or the app but the readings were just all over the place even in a silent room. I would strike the drum, get a reading, make sure the drum stopped vibrating before striking again in the same spot, and get a reading that was over 100 away. This happened consistently. Hopefully other people will have a better experience.
  • Works well once you know what you’re doing

    5
    By Über monkey 1337
    Love all the customization. Entering your kit details is cool. I do wish when entering the fundamental for my kit that it would prompt to measure what it actually is instead of give me a keyboard. Hard to match up a piano sound to a real life drum... found this impossible to guess. I found that you can specify short sustain and it’ll compute res and batter differences. That’s awesome. Love the idea of preset kits. Haven’t had success yet, got my res and batter tuned but then the fundamental is off by 5hz or so.. not sure if that’s normal, wish the ui would guide me more there, maybe a (?) I could click on to learn more... really really wish there was a preview of how the presets sounds so that I even know if I’m doing it right. This app is hard for beginners it doesn’t lead/ teach you what to do, or the concepts. Sprinkle in some more (?) things to tap, explaining why a fundamental is different than res and batter, and how those combine, and how they reduce sustain, etc... but what the app is accomplishing is ambitious and exactly what I want. With more time spend on (?) help text, more info, previews, etc I think could really make it accessible for beginners too. Took me a while to understand the lock feature, was confusing to me maybe because it is hard to tell when it is on, apart from knowing I pressed it, and what that exactly means. This is an area that requires reading the manual which is buried someplace else. But I wish simply had a (?) next to it giving me the relevant details instead, it would be more intuitive and helpful to point me to a brief explaination and then more info to link me to the manual would work well.

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