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TUNER is an instrument tuner which assists you in tuning Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, and Fiddles through generation of appropriate tones for each string. Includes Basic source.
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TUNER is an instrument tuner which assists you in tuning Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, and Fiddles through generation of appropriate tones for each string. Includes Basic source.
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TUNER.BAS 8576 2645 deflated
TUNER.DOC 1920 882 deflated
TUNER.EXE 42736 26495 deflated

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TUNER.EXE is an instrument tuner which assists you in tuning
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, and Fiddles through generation of
appropriate tones for each string.

The following files are provided as part of the package:

TUNER.EXE The executable program which runs the tuner.
This is a compiled version of TUNER.BAS. It
has been tested on Leading Edge Model D, IBM
PC AT, IBM PS/2 Model 50, and Zenith Z-248
microcomputers and runs with no problems.
The program should run ok on Monochrome, CGA,
EGA, and VGA monitors. You are asked if you
want color or not, and if so, what colors you
want.

TUNER.BAS The instrument tuner source code written in
Borland's Turbo Basic. This is provided
strictly for your information and is not
required to run the instrument tuner.

TUNER.DOC This file that you are now reading.

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Quick start instructions:

1. Copy the above files to a subdirectory of your choice on your
hard disk.

2. Change into that subdirectory.

3. Type TUNER and press the Enter key to run the program.

4. The program is menu driven and has online instructions on how
to set screen colors, and on how to operate the tuners.

5. After picking the tuner of your choice from the Main Menu,
simply press the number indicated for the desired string and
then tune the same string on your instrument until the two
tones are in harmony.

It's a simple but effective way to tune instruments to standard
pitch if you have trouble doing it by ear (like I do).

You just can't beat the price... it's free!

Enjoy!

Eric L. Poole
Falls Church, VA


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