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iminashi

iminashi

Member Since 11 Nov 2015
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#213242 Calibration, true tuning pitch - To 446 Hz and beyond

Posted by iminashi on 29 April 2016 - 04:03 AM

That's pretty much what I suspected.

 

The only A442 I have in my collection is Born to Run and that too is just the game showing A443 as A442.




#213238 Calibration, true tuning pitch - To 446 Hz and beyond

Posted by iminashi on 29 April 2016 - 03:05 AM

I just noticed this post about a nifty little tool to detect the tuning pitch of songs.

 

Has anyone here used it extensively and can comment on its accuracy?

 

I tried it on my customs and it seems like it could be useful. For Vielleich Das Nächste Mal it gives 433.3 Hz which sounded too flat. Probably the slide in the track throws it off?

 

For Owaranai Uta it gives 438.6 Hz and for Money 441.7 Hz. Pretty close to 440 Hz, and nobody likes retuning... Is it even worth pitch-shifting them?

I tried pitch-shifting Owaranai Uta in Audacity to 440 Hz and the program gives 440.8 Hz for the resulting file.