SummaryFMIT is a graphical utility for tuning your musical instruments, with error and volume history and advanced features.
- Estimation of the fundamental frequency (f0) of an audio signal, in real-time.
(the f0, not the perceived pitch)
- Harmonics' amplitude
- Waveform's period
- Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)
- Microtonal tuning (supports scala file format)
- All views are optional so that the interface can be as simple as possible.
(make it easy to see on a distant screen)
- Can support OSS, ALSA, PortAudio and Jack sound systems.
- Everything runs under Linux, Mac OSX and Windows (100% FREE award granted by Softpedia)
Last on Linux and OSX, Last on Windows (32 and 64bits)
It is coded in C/C++ using the Qt library and stored on GitHub
Most of the programming code is under GPL (v2) License and
Copyright © 2004 Gilles Degottex, and under LGPL (v2) License, otherwise.
See the file README.txt for more details.
CreditsDeveloping an open-source software would be impossible without external, direct or indirect help. Thus, 1000 Thanks to the following geeks:
Florian Hars for the tuning scales; Arnout Engelen for the JACK issues; John Anderson for the microtonal module idea; Scott Bahling for the scales in cents; Jacob Shapiro for his help to make FMIT working under Windows/Cygwin.
Translators: Omega9 (Russian), skarmoutsosv (Greek), Pindaro and dsboger (Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese), Florian Maier (German).
Packagers: Toni Graffy and all the PackMan team, Ludovic Reslinger, Edward Tomasz Napierala, John Wright, dsboger.
Disclaimer: This software comes with no warranties of any kind and the copyright owner and contributors can be liable for nothing. See the Disclaimer section of README.txt for more details.