For musicians from pros to beginners, whether you sing, play a brass, woodwind or stringed instrument or any type of guitar, this app provides a set of feature-rich practice tools that gives fun and rewarding feedback. It’s much more than just a tuner!
So what makes the TonalEnergy the best selling music practice app?
• It's an all-in-one app, with a state-of-the-art tuner, an advanced metronome, dedicated orchestral strings and guitar tuning page, a piano keyboard, sound analysis pages, and audio/visual recording capabilities.
• It’s easy to use. Options like the Target Tuner or Pitch Tracker are on all the main pages. TonalEnergy helps users create rewarding and attainable goals during a rehearsal or when working alone. Colorful analysis data pages and audio/video recording features enhance the experience of practice.
• The metronome is cutting edge. It offers unmatched flexibility in sound choices, tempo settings, meters, subdivision patterns and visual displays. Voice count-ins, the ability to create and edit preset groups and Ableton link for syncing multiple devices make this a superior tool for performers.
• Ear training possibilities are endless. The high quality multi-sampled instrument sounds for symphonic instruments are unique among all other tuning applications. Listening skills can be developed through the use of the eight-octave keyboard, chromatic wheel and tone generator. There are no other sounds like these.
• Learning is a social activity. Using features unique to the TonalEnergy Tuner, data can be collected, reviewed, edited and shared with others. Feedback is essential for growing and developing great performers. It’s all about connectivity.
Chris Coletti, member of The Canadian Brass, sums up TonalEnergy by saying,
“TonalEnergy is a must-have for any serious musician. It's a full suite of tools in one app; the tuner, tone generator, recorder, metronome and beautiful interface make it one of the best tools for musicians out there, period.”
• Recognizes a large pitch range, extending to lower registers than many competing tuners (C0 - C8) that is highly responsive to wind instruments, as well as acoustic and electric string instruments
• Adjustable A=440 Hz reference
• Automatic or manual transposing options
• Instantly changes between equal, just and other custom temperaments, including user-defined ones
• Auto or instant pitch reference note feature using the TonalEnergy sounds
• Extensive tuning list for all orchestral string and fretted string instruments including many more features than most other string-only tuner apps
• An expandable eight octave piano keyboard enhancing many of the key aspects of the tuner’s functions
• Chromatic wheel tone generator, with optional auto-vibrato feature
• Frequency and Harmonic energy overtone graphs, along with a multi-function waveform
• Dedicated metronome page that matches or exceeds the features available on all other stand alone metronome apps
• Notation options including standard English, Solfege, Northern European, and Indian variants
• Bluetooth output/input support
• Audio and Video recording capabilities including, editing, looping, timestretch that are all exportable via iTunes sharing, AirDrop, email, AudioCopy, SoundCloud, etc
• Import music from iTunes Library or email attachments
• Compatible with external microphones and clip-on vibration sensor devices
• Supports external video output to an external display for use in rehearsal halls
• External MIDI keyboard control support
• Apple Watch app acts ONLY as a remote control for the phone app
• Audiobus and inter-app audio support
• VoiceOver support for the blind or visually impaired
• Piccolo, Flute
• Oboe, English Horn, Bassoon
• Full Clarinet Family
• Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Baritone Saxophone
• French Horn
• Tenor and Bass Trombone
• Euphonium and Tuba
• Square, sawtooth, and sine waveforms
• Bowed and Plucked Strings
TonalEnergy Tuner & Metronome Positive Reviews
Very Useful but Slight ProblemThis app has everything I could realistically want from it. It’s a great tuner and a great metronome.
There is one very slight problem with it though.. the daily streak feature doesn’t work. I know this seems very minor and insignificant, but I actually find motivation in keeping up a daily streak as much I can, so it’s somewhat upsetting when it resets me for no real reason. This didn’t always happen, but as of the past few months, my streak has reset when I have KNOWN that I practiced the day before. This is more often, I’ve noticed, on days that I just open the app to quickly check my tuning pitch for a brief minute, so I wonder if this problem roots from the app not having enough time to register the day? I’m no developer, so I don’t know if that is a possibility. Just to clarify, it usually works; it just occasionally resets despite me having practiced. I’m curious if others have had this problem; I’ve deleted and reinstalled the app, but nothing changed.
Regardless of this minor issue, everything else about the app is fantastic. Keep up the great work!.Version: 1.7.2
Good app but don’t like the sound choicesI have just started using this app and it seems to have the main functions I was looking to consolidate from multiple other apps I use - mainly a metronome and a piano keyboard to give me notes to work through vocal practices / figure out harmonies. Also was looking for an app to buy, rather than a free app, because the ads in the free apps get annoying (and seem to be getting worse, e.g. making you watch 5 seconds of a commercial before it allows you to close it). And this one has a tuner to boot. I do have 2 suggestions: 1) Call me crazy, but if I’m just giving myself a note to sing from, I’d love it if the piano keyboard display had the option to sound like a piano. You can make it sound like a whole bunch of different instruments, many with kind of cheesy tones, but piano is not one of them. 2) Would like a mute button on the metronome, such that when in the metronome page, you can see the box (or the screen) flashing the time but without the click. I can accomplish this by turning down the volume on the side of my phone, but it takes a lot of pushes to do that so it can’t be done quickly. Otherwise I do like this app..Version: 1.7
It's OK, to me the tuner is not greatThis app was highly recommended by a friend, he had used it in our vocal rehearsals to give us pitches and tempos. I bought it to try and consolidate all the functions I need in to one app. Initially I found the tuner very jumpy, and I don't like the smiley face with concentric half circles tuning model at all, so I wrote a pretty harsh review. The developer contacted me and pointed out the string tuning mode, which I initially couldn't find because it's not in the tuning section; it's under the sound tab. It makes it much easier to tune my guitar (and it has setting for many stringed instruments from viola to banjo) but if I try to sing long tones or play them on my trumpet, I'm back in the happy face tuner. In theory it should work but to me, the slightest pitch change in a long tone causes the rings to jump erratically. I think that the string mode rescued the app from deletion, and added one star to my rating, but I will still sing and play long tones into the free "pano tuner" rather than deal with the unhappy happy faces. Kudos to the developer for helping me find my way around the app. One more quick gripe, if I'm singing with the metronome playing, the app hears the click and reacts to it, so you essentially can't tune with the metronome on..Version: 1.5.4
The perfect tool for musiciansTE Tuner is the perfect tool for musicians. It is way more than a tuner. It has an extremely flexible useful metronome, it generates sounds for drone work, and it’s analysis page is useful on so many levels it’s hard to begin to say which feature is the best. As a woodwind player I use it to analyze my airstream, my tuning and watch my timing. This app also allows the user to record themselves, using high-quality audio files if needed. These files can be exported for use in other apps, or to share with others, and audio files can be imported into the app.
I have been recommending this app to all my students, and just about any other musician who I encounter. I use it every day during my practice sessions and it has become an indispensable tool for my daily practice.
If I could give this 10 stars I would. I cannot recommend TE Tuner more highly..Version: 2.0.4
Tuner is out of tune?I compared the tuner function against multiple korg model timers and found this app to be all over the map with the tuning. Some notes that were in tune on the korg tuners were showing 15 cents flat or sharp!! That is a problem with the app. How can you have a “tuning” app out of tune? I’ll be sticking with the korg.
BTW they were both set at 440
UPDATE: I revised my original rating from 2 stars to 5. First because after a great response by the developer I discovered that I had a setting incorrect even though the Hz setting was correct. Second because of the excellent customer service! I never expected Total Energy to read my review but they did and they reacted to make sure I was satisfied. That is rare these days!!! Awesome tuner...I have since retested the App vs. the various Korg model tuners I have and they are all spot on!.Version: 1.5.3
Mixed meter metronome issuesI love this app and use it nearly every day. It’s an excellent place to start my practicing and rehearsals. The ability to create metronome presets is really helpful, but I find it really difficult to program anything with mixed meter. It’s an issue that doesn’t effect everyone, but I’d really appreciate being able to create a click track for a piece with meter changes where the sixteenth note remains constant. The current process is really clunky and makes things really confusing. It’s also impossible to practice things under tempo without editing every single preset. For a piece with probably 80 meter changes, it’s almost not worth it. The current methods for asymmetrical meters are pretty annoying to deal with. I feel like it’s much more common to see music in 7/8 where the tempo is given by the quarter note rather than dotted quarter, and would love for the interface to reflect that..Version: 2.0.9
Please Add a Spectrogram with lines indicating all twelve chromatic notesThere was an app in the AppStore that is unfortunately no longer here, called pitchlab guitar tuner. Why I preferred it for use in rehearsals such as for my saxophone quartet or saxophone section is because it maps all the notes being played (by multiple people!) on a spectrogram with lines that show the frequency of all twelve chromatic pitches for tuning comparison. If a note was far away from a line, it was out of tune. It was also helpful for being able to see vibrato. Especially if we are working as a section on playing vibrato together, you could actually see if everyone is playing vibrato and see exactly what the vibrato looks like! I already noticed the spectral feature in your app, however I don’t see how it could be useful to musicians given the current design of it. Anyways please add this feature, if you do it’ll make my day :).Version: 2.0.9
Best Ever!!This is the Best tool ever for improving tone! I am an inspiring soprano saxophonist—it is one of the most difficult instruments to play in-tune. I struggled for an entire year using other resources and methods to develop my tone. Use of the sustain mode using my Bluetooth headphones has trained my ear to almost perfectly matching tone. The Activity Summary is an exceptional daily journal of my progress and has helped me to troubleshoot my embrouchure. Over a three week period my tone quality has improved 65%. I’m SOOOO excited about my progress and future as a sexy senior sax player…. Regardless of where you are in your musical journey Be sure to get this App! Best tool EVER for developing your ear and refining your sound!.Version: 2.0.9
Amazing value!I am a music student and lesson teacher so I pretty much use this app every day. I’ve tried a bunch of the other metronome apps on the App Store and none of them even come close to the quality and reliability of this one. The tuner is great and the metronome is reliable and has a ton of subdivisions and time signatures. One of my favorite functions is the ability to create click tracks. I found this to be extremely helpful when practicing pieces that change meter often. You can even save multiple click tracks and share them to others. All in all this is be of the best small purchases I’ve made, well worth the money!.Version: 2.0.9
Where’s Taptic Apple Watch Feature?I use this app every day but I keep hoping for each update to let me feel the rhythm via taptics via my watch. I thought this update would finally offer it since the app notes speak of fixes to the AppleWatch app. If it’s now included, where is it? How is it accessed? Or does the app just give me a remote control to my phone without taptics? If so, that’s pretty useless since it’s easier to set the app on the phone. If it’s impossible to offer that feature due to limitations of the OS, please state that and I’ll just continue to use the app normally. Otherwise I think TE Tuner is an incredible app for musicians and students..Version: 2.0.0
Totally RecommendI play the French Horn and it is a very difficult instrument, so with this tuner app I have been playing so much better than I was when I didn’t have this tuner. I don’t have experience with other tuner apps so I can’t tell you if they are bad or good, but I can tell you that this app is phenomenal and it is totally worth the money. This app was recommended to me by my private tutor and at first I didn’t have very high hopes cause I am easily disappointed and I got to say this is the first thing that wasn’t a disappointment. This is my very first review on anything since I’m only 13, I hope I wasn’t annoying or rude..Version: 1.7.2
Good not quite greatSolid app that I use for practicing. I use mostly the sound wheel as a reference/pedal tone but also use the tuner and metronome sometimes.
It does a lot and actually probably does a little too much - does anyone really use the analyzer for anything practical? :)
Complaints: UI is a little clunky sometimes. For example, in the sound wheel some instruments have limited range and not all octaves work. But if you aren’t paying attention, it just seems like some of the notes aren’t working until you realize that instrument doesn’t go that low/high. But really they should not be included then (the clarinet has 2-3 8ves that are completely non-functional) OR provide some feedback so you k is it isn’t a malfunction and you have to change your octave setting.
The watch app doesn’t work for me - it’s a cool potential feature but I hear no sound for any part of it. The mic also seems to not work for the tuning function. There is also a bug there in the volume control, where you can’t swipe up to close it.
Overall a pretty good purchase but wish those other aspects were better. :).Version: 1.7.2
AMAZING 100% WORTH THE MONEYThis app is amazing!!! i am a musician, and struggled with many other metronome/tuning apps. none of them worked quite right for me, until a friend recommended tonal energy to me. it’s tuner is amazing and has helped me develop a great, steady tone. i love that there are different settings for how finely you want to be tuned. it’s been very good for me as i progress in my playing. i participate in marching band and a few different concert bands and nearly everyone there has this app. you can ask most anyone who has this app and they will tell you it is 100% worth the money. it’s amazing and worth the time. my musicianship has improved so much since i’ve had tonal energy..Version: 1.6.1
Phenomenal AppI am extremely grateful to the team behind this app. I use it every day in my teaching as a band director. In sectionals and even in some band rehearsals, I project the tuner onto a screen for students to use as a reference. The metronome has become more sophisticated over the years and I have found that to be useful for myself as well, and my primary instrument was percussion, so a versatile metronome is important to me. I have not used the analysis portion of the app much at all but know people who do and find it highly useful. I hope this app will continue to be developed for a long time to come. Thanks to Philip Geiger and the team for putting this together!.Version: 1.5.4
This App Has No LimitsThis app is unbelievably detailed and well-designed. It's so versatile that it can hardly be considered just a tuner app. It contains a wide variety of temperaments, and it will allow you to create some of your own. It contains just about (if not) every time signature you'll ever come across. The metronome also allows you to choose which beats are accented and which beats you'd like to take out. The app also allows you to analyze the overtones of a sound, record sounds, generate tones using sine/saw/square waves or the timbre of different musical instruments, and SO much more. I definitely think this app is a luxury that many musicians ought to know about..Version: 1.5.3
Tone of Instruments, add new instruments.Fix the tone of the Organ, because even your app registers a C1 and C0 as a C3 because the sound is so terrible. Also, adjust the range for the trombone and euphonium, and trombone can only go down to an E, while a euphonium with 4 valves can go down to a Bb0.
Well at least mine can. As well as my tuba, you don’t have to believe it but I went down to a D0 once. Maybe add a contrabass trombone too, but those can go down to a Ab0. Also maybe add a bass boost feature for the sine wave, without headphones, a C2 and down to an Ab0 can barely be heard, only as a high pitches frequency most of the time. Overall, the app is pretty good..Version: 1.7.2
Your best music buddyThis is the most awesome application . so useful for practicing giving you so many different options in the way you can’t fine-tune your instrument skills including your voice. The rhythm possibilities are fantastic for practicing different meters or note groupings - even septuplets . I often use the voice tuning to see how my my singing pitch is. It’s fantastic and I highly highly recommend it. And they are also very responsive to comments and questions on their Facebook page, so like them on Facebook to stay in contact with tonal energy.Version: 2.0.1
Not user friendly, difficult to learn and operateI used this tuner for about a month and got fed up with it when I still couldn’t figure out how to use most of the app’s capabilities. Lots of buttons and functions aren’t labeled well or at all, and there’s often not a clear indication of what exactly it’s doing or what screen you’re looking at. The final straw was when I was having it sustain a drone and it kept moving the tuning up and down by about 4 cents because it was in some sort of just-intonation scale practice mode with no apparent way to shut the function off and drone normally.
I’ll take a simple and intuitive tuner, metronome, tone generator, or recorder over this any day..Version: 2.0.8
Love it!!!I use this app every day at work. But, with every update, there seems to be some bugs. First, the pull down screen for the metronome freezes sometimes to where I can’t swipe down from the tuner part of the app unless I go to a different screen at the bottom and back. Second, would be nice if there were presets that could be made for instruments just like there is tempos. I switch to different instruments all day long depending on the class I’m teaching. Would be nice if there was a way to set instrument presets for quicker access..Version: 2.0.9
10/10 love this app!!One stop shop for all practicing needs! It’s got a great and versatile metronome and can provide drones for tuning in any number of timbres and even helps you tune in different temperaments and pitch standards. The user interface is elegantly designed and lays all of this app’s many features out in an instantly navigable way even for technological troglodytes like myself. What’s more, the practice streak feature helps motivate consistent practice habits. I highly recommend TE as a multi purpose practice buddy to anyone who plays a non fixed pitch instrument or sings..Version: 2.0.8
This is a LOTAs musicians (not all of course) usually don’t understand where our equal temperament tuning system came to be I think it was a touch over kill to included some many different systems. One the other hand, I can use it to teach students how our system came to be and what other cultures systems are and sound like. It’s metronome is as complex as the tuning. Which is good. But it is a lot to learn. While I know if something is in 7, there are numerous ways it can be: 3+ 4. (Money Pink Floyd) True 7/4. 7/8. So fourth. I would NOT suggest you buy this unless you are very well a tuned to music theory. Well beyond a BA-BM In music or an euqal understanding on a master’s level..Version: 1.7.2
Loses practice streaks with regularityThis app has lots of good features, but one infuriating bug: it doesn’t keep track of practice streaks reliably. On three separate occasions in the past six weeks, I’ve started a session, practiced for four to eight times the requirement (and on the most recent occasion, came back and had a SECOND practice session for longer than the requirement later in the day), closed the app and, when I opened it the next day, found that my “practice streak” count had been reset to 0 days. Since keeping up one’s streak is a key part of motivation, it is intensely demoralizing to have to start again from scratch when you know that you’ve practiced every day for at least 42 days..Version: 1.7.1
Music Teacher’s DreamI teach private lessons and k-8th music Lessons and use this app pretty much every day. I already knew it was my favorite before but after they added the different metronome visualizations it went up a whole other tier. There’s not an app I would recommend more than this.
If there was one thing I would look for in this app it would be that it would share the practice data between my iPad and iPhone. I use them interchangeably but I can’t ever keep a streak because I switch between the two..Version: 2.1.1
Tonal Energy reviewTonal energy is an extremely useful tool for anyone studying music. It has multiple settings for tuning. It can transpose for you in any key or based on the instrument. It has specific settings for accurate tuning for voice, wind or string instruments. It has a drone feature where it will match the exact pitch you are trying to play. It also has a metronome with precision and subdivision. It’s very user friendly. I’ve had it for less than two weeks, and it has my highest recommendation..Version: 1.7.2
🌟AMAZING APP🌟I have gone through countless tuner apps but this one is by far the best out of all of them. It keeps track of how many days you have practiced in a row and I’m always motivated to beat my record. The tuner is amazing and it comes with a metronome which is extremely helpful. I wish I had this app when I first started playing my instrument. I would highly recommend this app to anyone who is looking to improved their tuning on their instrument or voice and is looking for a great tuning app. I love it!.Version: 1.7.2
Great! One strange issue though.App is excellent!!!! Only thing is, since about the end of May, the TE Tuner randomly turns on the mic when the app is COMPLETELY CLOSED (It's not even open in the background). A red bar comes up on the top of the screen that says that TE Tuner is using the mic. It shows up for about 3 seconds and then turns off. This has happened at least three or four times in the two weeks week. I've double checked to be sure it's not running in background. I haven't even used the tuner in two weeks! So one star off for that. Other wise great!.Version: 1.5.3
More of a suggestion than a reviewIs there any possibility to make the metronome function on the watch app vibrate or light up with the pulse of the metronome? I think they would be cool and useful functions if implemented. This is mainly considering the fact that it doesn’t really do anything unless your phone is on with the app open as well.
On the other hand, the app is by far my favorite tuner/metronome app available and I do highly recommend it to anyone thinking about getting it!.Version: 1.7.2
Apple Watch CapabilitiesThis app is phenomenal. There is only one big improvement that I would love to see happen on the Apple Watch app. I would love to have the capability to have the watch give haptic feedback when I use the metronome. No app does this well. I tried another app and it provides haptic feedback, but the feedback stops when the watch screen goes off.
Again, I love every aspect of this application, but I, and the rest of the Apple Watch community, would LOVE to see this be implemented!.Version: 1.5.4
Indispensable App for Virtual LearningI would like to thank Tonal Energy for making it much easier to teach tuning in a Virtual Classroom! My students have the app on their school iPads. The tuning interface on TE is so intuitive and the smiley face is super rewarding for my young learners. It is extremely accurate even over Web Conference. I also love the drone options for teaching tuning within scale studies!
My students love the metronome settings. The beat boxes help students visualize time signature and subdivision..Version: 1.7.2
Tuner “over sensitivity”I acquired this app on the recommendation of a fellow colleague who uses it regularly in her studio. I became frustrated with trying to hold a steady pitch (according to the app). I finally set a pure pitch on my oscilloscope and turned on the app. According to the app, my oscilloscope/pitch-generator could not hold a steady pitch. As a tuner, I find this app to be more of a frustration and a distracting discouragement than a help. A good strobe tuner works so much better that I cannot begin to extol the benefits. As far as the other functions on the app, they are very nice, probably overkill in some areas, but as a tuner, I find this more hindering than helpful..Version: 1.5.3
GlitchI would give it a 5/5 rating BUT for some reason there has been a glitch on both apps I have on my iPhone and iPad. It won’t sustain the not C or C# which I need in order to practice my scales. It first glitched on my iPad but now it’s no longer working on my iPhone. Please fix this glitch because I use this app almost everyday for practice and I would hate to download another app for tuning. This app is very well rounded and I enjoy it a whole lot more than those free apps..Version: 1.7
All you needThis tuner is so easy to use! For three dollars it is totally worth it. It has a metronome which usually cost $10. The tuner is user friendly it is also really accurate. Also you can tune multiple instrument to brass to wood winds to guitars. I love how the background is black it does not hurt your eyes and saves Battery especially iPhone 6 users. I am getting a Apple Watch⌚️📱📲 and I am excited to test the Apple Watch app.
Thanks for making a tuner I actually want!.Version: 1.6.1
Edit: They just released an update that did what I asked for below, and it kept all of my data from before they updated the app! I can now see every time I practiced over the last 2 years!!! Awesome job TE Team!!! If I could give 6 stars I would
I like the streaks. If there was a way to look back at previous days, weeks, and streaks to see how much time you’ve practiced it would be even better..Version: 2.0.2
Not counting my streaks and timeI was loving this app up until recently when I noticed it wasn’t counting my streaks and practice time. Although I practiced for two 30 minute sessions yesterday it only says I practiced 20 minutes... And yesterday’s practice didn’t count for the streaks? I’ve practiced for a week with the app but for some reason it only says I have a one day streak. Hope this can be fixed..Version: 1.7.2
Great but Apple Watch Needs DevelopmentI just got an Apple Watch with cellular capabilities. I have three classrooms throughout my school and my goal is to be able to leave my phone in my office throughout the day. I don’t like that the only function on the Apple Watch, even though it has a great display and many options, is to control the app function for the phone. I’d like to be able to tune instruments with just the watch, play the metronome with haptics, etc.
Other than that this is an amazing app..Version: 1.7.2
Good app, slow updatesLots of functionality in this app, I love the custom scale which enables me to use original scale of Indian ragas rather than equal division of western notes. Unfortunately the app updates are very slow. It skips the sound on some key presses even though the screen shows the key was tapped which would be pretty bad if you are not using this for vocals. And you can’t quickly makeup for skipped notes because double tap changes the scale key😔 Waiting for a fix or option to not change the key on double tap for many weeks now....Version: 1.7.2
Pretty good nglBeing in band I need this for practicing, monthly I need the metronome. But when I use the tuner it’s always hard to find my instrument and it says something different than what I’m playing, even when my band director tells me the note is correctly. But otherwise I think the apps pretty good. I would like an update to the tuner using real life band directors who know how to play and can give an actual representation of how things sound and an update to the instruments making it easier to find yours. :-).Version: 1.7.2
Video IssueThere are times when I’m recording a video and after I’m done recording I stop it, however, it doesn’t automatically stop like it normally does. Once I click it a few more times, the ‘write a name’ box pops up. That video then doesn’t have audio to it. I love the app. It’s just this small thing that makes my recording assignments take longer than expected and makes things inconvenient..Version: 1.5.4
Could be 5 stars if...Crashing problems seem to be fixed but latest update means I can’t set a drone and play the metronome at the same time without the app changing my drone to a C. The workaround is to set the drone and then instead of using the metronome button on the tone generator page one must click on the metronome tab at the bottom of the screen and start it from there..Version: 2.0.1
Far beyond awesomeI originally downloaded this app for a simple metronome function but this app has so many features that it’s mind boggling. The basic settings are fun and easy but if you dig in, you can find advanced settings that will transform you from a level 1 string fiddler to a level 69 tonality boss. Are you a Jacob Collier-esque music nerd who wants to explore Just intonation and tuning your thirds to the specific key of the song? Covered.
Are you a rhythm maniac who wants to get into shifting tempos and cross rhythmic mayhem? You’ve got it.
I discover new features all the time and it actually inspires me to practice new things that I never would have thought of without this tool. I would give this app ten thousand stars if I could..Version: 2.0.9
I’m learning to sing!!!I’ve been around loud explosions for much of my life starting young, then Vietnam, then other things, hunting, etc. and have constant ear ringing. Never could hold a note or even know that I hit one. This great app has changed that for me. I’m actually getting to be able to hit a note and hold it. My goal is to be able to join in with others, and that’s happening!!.Version: 2.1.1
It’s goodI bought this app about a year and half ago, and it had everything that I needed to play my instrument. The past couple days however when ever I’m tuning to a B flat the app says that I am tuning to a G. I didn’t think it was the app so I went to a shop to repair my instrument and they said that nothing was wrong with it. I have tried to tune multiple different instruments on this app now, but it keeps saying I am playing different notes than I am. I won’t be using the tuner anymore, but the rest of the app still works perfect..Version: 1.7.2
Great appI like it a lot, because it smiles at you when you get a note right, and it’s helped me a lot to learn the notes and how to get them right. I gave It 4 stars instead of 5 because it’s a little bit more confusing than it needs to be, but other than that it’s definitely worth the price and it’s a great app for both beginners and professionals playing music..Version: 2.0.9
Great app with an annoying bugI’ve been using the app for a couple of years now. There’s so much in it, I’ve still only scratched the surface. It’s tuner and metronome are incredibly helpful as a learning tool, and the streaks feature is quite motivating.
The bug that has shown up for me is that, with the latest update, after a number of days, I get the banner that says “listening to iPhone microphone.” The problem is that it won’t turn off or go away. This makes it so you can’t see the elapsed time when you’re in portrait mode.
To get rid of the message, I have to dump the app, and reload. This resets the defaults and erases the streaks.
Could you please address this in a future update?.Version: 2.0.8
Musicians best friendI originally got this app a couple years back at the request of my band teacher and at the time, I took it for granted. As I’ve matured into a more serious musician however, I’ve come to realize that this app is invaluable. It has anything you could possibly want to aid you in your practice and has helped me develop my musical skills tremendously. Highly recommend..Version: 2.0.7
Great practice aid right out of the boxI've been using TE about a week and wish I'd found it sooner. I am a wind player, and the ability to easily use and configure the tuner and metronome simultaneously is a big help to me. TE is mostly intuitive to me. I haven't spent time reading any documentation (yet). Two things I do miss in TE are a Sustained Pitch History display and a Spectrum display. I hope these will be added, but even so, I feel TE is a five star product..Version: 1.5.3
Great functions, kills batteryI like this app’s features. But I’ve always hated that it kills the battery SO much faster than any other app I have including video streaming apps. When I use the drone and/or metronome function (a function that is purely audio, mind you) I really should be able to lock the screen so at least I’m not wasting battery on that. But there are definitely strange things happening in the background because generating a tone should not use battery so quickly. Can you guys work on that?.Version: 1.7.2
Worth the buy, but please fix the metronomeGreat app. You can set the tuner to be as broad or precise as you need depending on your skill level, which is useful because I'm a terrible singer, but an expert sax player.
The analysis tools are great to look at if you want to improve tone. It will show you your scoops, wavering pitches, and inconsistencies in volume.
The metronome is great too, but the tempo is currently capped at 1,000 bpm. Please allow us to set any tempo because i love using a really fast metronome to create a pitch. Thank you.Version: 1.6.1
Professional vocalist approved!I use Tonal energy on a daily basis for recording small snippets of melodies and transcribing them. I’ve recommended this app to dozens of people as the most essential app for any musician! Thanks to the developers for continuing to make and update a great app.
The feature I hope is included in the next update is a “export all recordings” tool. I have a lot of recordings in the app now and I’d like to transfer them to cloud storage..Version: 1.7.2
Best teaching app - period.I use this app everyday in my music class. Tuner, metronome - easy. But when it comes to teaching intonation the ability to change tuning from equal to just is awesome. I also teach timbre using the overtone analysis tool. I use the tone generator to play drones while tuning - this list goes on. Thank you for a wonderful app..Version: 1.7.2
Great tunerVery versatile…a must have..Version: 2.1.1
Great appUsing daily.Version: 2.1.1
Changed my life with my fluteI like things quantified. And this app exactly does that. I almost always havev it open when i practice!.Version: 2.0.9
Tuning improves immenselyInstant feedback allows you to improve your tonal accuracy immediately. Very useful and easy to use. Versatile..Version: 2.0.9
WonderfulA great that does everything you want and even more. So many options and it’s very easy to use too!.Version: 2.0.9
Great tuner/metronomeConvenient, accurate and easy to use. What more could you ask for. I got it a year or so ago and still, I’m just scratching the surface of its capabilities.
Head and shoulders above the competition in my estimation. Well worth the few dollars to purchase it..Version: 2.0.2
AWESOMEHelped me a lot when I was learning my saxophone!.Version: 1.7.2
ExcellentMore than I ever expected from a little app!.Version: 2.0.0
Not working on watchLa raison principale pour laquelle j’ai payé pour cette app était la connectivité avec la montra Apple. Ça ne fonctionne pas du tout. Vraiment dommage..Version: 1.7.2
Fantastic app!Very useful, great interface.Version: 1.7.1
Great app!It would be a shame to call this app a tuner because it does so much more. The record and playback really help my practices and I can track when I do practice. The metronome works really well except I haven’t found one yet that keeps pace with me. I find my comfort level has been growing with each of the many features. I primarily use it for Sax ( tenor and Bari ) but it also is a big help with ukulele and guitar when I practice those..Version: 1.7.1
Great app for musiciansBest tuner and metronome app i have ever used. I play alto sax and find i use the metronome now more than i ever did..Version: 1.6.1
Best tuner metronome recorder app I have ever used - highly recommended!Can't say enough good about this app - I am a string player and it puts all the tools you need in one app - bravo!
Newest version even better - brilliant!.Version: 1.5.3
Trumpet teacherExcellent tuner, great metronome
Fun to use
Highly recommended.Version: 1.4.2
Best Tuner (plus) for Tenor Sax playerI switch the option over to the piano keyboard sometimes so I can play (plus monitor that I'm on pitch) my saxophone and monitor which keys on the piano I am actually playing. This helps with the visualization of notes, arpeggios, as well as assisting in the learning process. An Unbelievably wonderful app - I highly recommend it..Version: 1.4.2
Really, really good!This app is perfect for me!
I used this app for both my guitar and my keyboard and it lets me very easily tune each of them. My keyboard was in tune, but my guitar wasn't. Now my guitar is also in tune.
Thank you to the maker of this tuner app. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has any instrument or various instruments..Version: 1.4.2
👎Can't change the instrument to trumpet.Version: 1.4.2
Excellent productWorth every penny! Functional, accurate, and equipped with everything you'd ever want in a tuner app.Version: 1.4.2
Simply The Best Tuning AppI have tried to use many other tying apps without
success. This app is so
sensitive that I can keep
my hyper-sensitive 12
string Achoustic in tune
each day. If I even talk
of Humidity this guitar
listens and drops my high
B E and G strings. The
apps superb sensitivity
appears to be due to one
of its many unique features. It provides a real
time % readout of the
Tuning Frequency that is
required. It is Simply
Totally awesomeThis is an awesome app, and is really helpful. Fully recommend.Version: 1.4.1
Incredible functionalityThis is by far the best digital tuner I've ever seen or heard of. Definitely a must buy for musicians, classical or otherwise..Version: 1.3
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