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KDE Sound Application

Score 79%
Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  2843
Submitted:  Aug 18 2004
Updated:  Dec 15 2007


K3Guitune is a program for tuning your guitar, or another musical instrument. It's a chromatic tuner that supports normal, Wien and physical tuning. It also features Dutch, German and French translations and a funny-looking oscilloscope.


New in version 1.01: Slovak translation.

New in version 1.0: More accurate and optional notch filter, both thanks to Pierre Dumuid.

New since version 0.5.1: Added a French translation and French note names by
Jérôme Lodewyck and fixed the k3guitune.desktop file.

New since version 0.5: Fixed ALSA bug, changed sample number default to something more sensible.

New since version 0.4.1: JACK support via recent bio2jack CVS, non-blocking device opening for ALSA and OSS, and more.

Slackware(Slackware 10.2 package for K3Guitune 0.5.2)
Debian(Debian Sid package for K3Guitune 1.0)
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 Debian (Sid) Package

 by Kwellmeister on: Apr 27 2007
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Please pick up a debian (unstable) package here:


Made with and only tested under Debian SID (SIDUX - http://sidux.com ).

Enjoy !

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 Re: Debian (Sid) Package

 by ach on: Dec 17 2007
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where can I find the sid/sidxu specific .diff.gz? I would
like to (re)build a deb from
source/ for kubuntu.


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 Poor accuracy

 by MDM on: Aug 24 2007
Score 50%

Thank you for this beautiful and practical tuning software.
In relation to it, and with the hope I can help to make it better, I would like to report the result of an experiment:

Two identical piano A440 strings were identically tuned (no beats when played simultaneously). The frequency reading given by K3Guitune was 441.5 for each of them.
Then, I lowered the tension of one of the strings VERY slowly (the other string was muted and unchanged).
The frequency reading jumped down from 441.5 to 447.6 Hz (about a 4Hz drop).
Then I compared this string with its twin A440 string, kept at the initial frequency: when played simultaneously, the beats per second (initially zero) had increased only to something like 0.2 Hz. This means the frequency of the detuned string had dropped just 0.2 Hz, a lot less than the 4 Hz indicated by the program.
The conditions of the test were clean (a silent room, all the other strings were muted, and nice waveforms were displayed on screen).

I wonder how the program determines frequency, and what the "fading" plotted waveform represents.

Best regards,

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 Re: Poor accuracy

 by tuxrocker on: Dec 15 2007
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Accuracy has never been the best point of K3Guitune but this is really bad...

did you try it using 1.0 or an older version which used Schmidt triggering?

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 Mandriva 2008.0 i686

 by mapi on: Dec 16 2007
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Mandriva 2008.0 i686 rpm here:


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 by polrus on: Jul 26 2008
Score 50%

soundinput.h:44: error: multiple parameters named ‘sampfreq

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 by grifon on: Oct 22 2008
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There are a lot of mistakes in this project. My patch repair incorrect use of fftw library.

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