A guitar tuner is a device that measures the frequencies produced by vibrating guitar strings. If you are going to play the guitar, you must have a tuner. You can buy a digital or electric tuner or download a tuner app on your smart phone. Most of guitar tuner apps are available for free. Other than these, you can also find a lot of online guitar tuners on the internet. Musicca provides lessons, exercises, and interactive tools that help people learn music. Today, we will show you how to use the free online guitar tuner by Musicca instead of an electronic tuner to tune a guitar.
Online guitar tuner
Open the web page https://www.musicca.com/tuner on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Your device needs to have a microphone as this virtual guitar tuner will use your device’s microphone to hear what you play. Click or tap on the Start tuning button or the green microphone button. Grant the website with access to the microphone of your device when your web browser asks you for permission.
We will start with a Standard tuning, EADGBE. Tune up the thickest string – the low E, then go your way to the high E – the thinnest string.
Make sure to use your thumb or a pick to play the string but try doing it not too soft or too hard, a firm pluck works the best.
As you play a note on your instrument, adjust the pitch until the tuner indicates the note is in tune.