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NAMEfmit - Free Music Instrument Tuner
There are no command line options.
DESCRIPTIONThe Free Music Instrument Tuner (fmit) is a graphical sofware for tuning your music instrument using QT as gui library.
For the sound input library you can choise to use ALSA or JACK.
fmit contain all features of a standard hardware instrument tuner.
You choise the tuning frequency corresponding at your tuning note, and when you play it, fmit display your error margin.
Other views are availables, corresponding to more advanced
and specific features like a microtonal tuning with more precision about
you error margin, and a view of the harmonics ratio.
Currently 6 views are availables:
|1||A small view of the captured sound.|
|2||An history of the pitch error.|
|3||An history of the sound volume.|
|4||The shape of the wave-length.|
|5||Harmonics ratio (the formants).|
|6||A microtonal tuning view.|
BUGSPlease report bugs via <github.com/gillesdegottex/fmit/issues>.
AUTHORfmit is written and maintained by Gilles Degottex <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
HOME PAGEfmit can be found at: <gillesdegottex.github.io/fmit>
COPYRIGHTCopyright (C) 2004-2015 Gilles Degottex <email@example.com>
Licensed under the GNU Public License V2.
This manual page was written by Ludovic RESLINGER <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).