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Online Tuner: See How to Use Cifra Club on PC and Mobile | Utilities

The Cifra Club website's online tuner is a service that helps musicians tune instruments to their computer and mobile devices. The Cifra Club Tuner identifies the sound emitted by a sound source, be it an instrument or a singer's voice, and accurately shows if the tuning is correct. On instruments such as the guitar, the user should use the tuners to increase or decrease the string tension, always checking the tuner screen to see when the correct tuning is achieved.

The service is for experienced musicians who want a fast tuning tool and students who don't know how to get their instruments ready to play. In addition to the web version, Tuner Cifra Club offers a free app with versions for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android. Check out the tutorial on how to use the service to tune your instrument or to practice tuning your voice.

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With the web version of the tuner

Step 1. Go to the cifraclub.br/afinador link and allow the site to use the Adobe Flash Player settings to access the computer's microphone and camera;

By to enable the use of Flash Player in the online tuner of the site Cifra Club Photo: Reproduo / Marvin CostaBy to enable the use of Flash Player in the online tuner of the site Cifra Club Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

By to enable the use of Flash Player in the online tuner of the site Cifra Club Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 2. At this point, the site will require the use of the computer microphone. Press the "Allow" button to advance;

By releasing the use of the microphone so that the Afinador Cifra Club website can identify the notes of musical instruments. Photo: Reproduo / Marvin CostaBy releasing the use of the microphone so that the Afinador Cifra Club website can identify the notes of musical instruments. Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

By releasing the use of the microphone so that the Afinador Cifra Club website can identify the notes of musical instruments. Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 3. The tuner will appear on screen and be ready to identify notes made by instruments and other sound sources close to the computer. To verify that the note you play on the instrument is tuned, check the cipher at the top of the screen and see if the orange pointer is located in the middle below the note. This point shows that the tuning is correct. The bottom of the screen still features a chromatic scale that shows which note you are playing.

Cifra Club website tuner lets you check the tuning of string instruments and the user's voice when singing Photo: Reproduction / Marvin CostaCifra Club website tuner lets you check the tuning of string instruments and the user's voice when singing Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

Cifra Club website tuner lets you check the tuning of string instruments and the user's voice when singing Photo: Reproduction / Marvin Costa

With the Cifra Club Tuner app

Step 1. Download and install the Tuner Cifra Club on your mobile. Open the app and let it access your device's microphone to pick up the instruments you want to tune. Also tell if you want to keep notifications on or off for the app;

Actions to enable the Tuner Cifra Club app to use the microphone and send notifications to user Photo: Playback / Marvin CostaActions to enable the Tuner Cifra Club app to use the microphone and send notifications to user Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Actions to enable the Tuner Cifra Club app to use the microphone and send notifications to user Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Step 2. Hold the phone close to the instrument you want to tune and play one chord at a time. Check the cipher at the top of the screen to see which note is being played and keep tuning the instrument until the pointer reaches the center of the screen below the note indicator. A sound sounds when correct chord tuning is achieved and will indicate it on the screen will turn green, as in the image below.

The "String to String" tab shows each note of a guitar or guitar. To tune, simply play one chord at a time and check when the screen turns green and the app sounds. Tap on "Preferences";

When to use the instrument tuner in the Tuner Cipher Club app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin CostaWhen to use the instrument tuner in the Tuner Cipher Club app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

When to use the instrument tuner in the Tuner Cipher Club app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa

Step 3. The options screen allows you to turn application sounds on or off, restore the original settings. Subscribers can use more options such as changing the theme, using noise filters and managing tuner accuracy.

Cifra Club Tuner application settings screen Photo: Playback / Marvin CostaCifra Club Tuner application settings screen Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Cifra Club Tuner application settings screen Photo: Playback / Marvin Costa

Use the app whenever you need to tune the instrument quickly and reliably.