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Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner

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Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner
ニンテンドーDSi楽器チューナー
Nintendo DSi Gakki Tuner
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Developer(s): Nintendo
Intelligent Systems
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: DSiWare
Category: Instrument Tuner
Players: 1
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Pricing
DSi Points

200

Release dates
N. America:

March 29, 2010

Japan:

September 2, 2009

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Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner is a music-based application, developed by Intelligent Systems. The application was released in September 2009 in Japan, and in March 2010 in North America. It was released alongside a companion application, Nintendo DSi Metronome.

Blurb[edit]

Nintendo website[edit]

Tune an instrument using your Nintendo DSi system! Choose from two methods of tuning and three designs.
The Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner software can be used to tune an instrument by aligning tonal pitches. The software offers two methods of handling this: feeding sounds into the microphone to measure the difference with a target pitch or listening to a sample tone. In addition, the standard musical pitch and notation can be changed, as well as the design of the tuner (choose one of three designs). And if you’re feeling especially in-tune, test your ear by taking on the Tuner Fight minigame’s challenge: balloons with notes on them rise from pipes, and can only be popped by making a tone that matches the pitch shown.

Nintendo DSi Shop[edit]

The Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner software can be used to tune an instrument by aligning tonal pitches. The software offers two methods of handling this: feeding sounds into the microphone to measure the difference with a target pitch or listening to a sample tone. In addition, the standard musical pitch and notation can be changed, as well as the design of the tuner (choose one of three designs). And if you’re feeling especially in-tune, test your ear by taking on the Tuner Fight minigame’s challenge: balloons with notes on them rise from pipes, and can only be popped by making a tone that matches the pitch shown.

Gameplay[edit]

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Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Digital download (DSiWare)

Download size

16 blocks

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo DSi