YouTuber messAcrit did a little comparison video between the two major iOS guitar effect apps. The video starts off with some crazy Ukulele Jazz-Funk Fusion while he sets up everything, but he gets into the apps at about 40 seconds in.
Whether you're celebrating the formalized Declaration of Independence by colonial insurgents in the First American Civil War with the British, or any of the weird historical shit I've come up with today, here are a bunch of app sales!
Although Different Drummer caught a lot of shit for their $300, and then $150, and finally $50 price tag, historically the most expensive music app has been CyberTuner. At $1000 this piano tuning software has been around for over a year now, without so much as a $5 discount in all of that time.
This app has never been featured here before, but I'm honestly impressed that development continues. I feel this 5th update is an historical footnote worth reporting, as we remember the defeat of the Spartans in the Battle of Mantinea (362 BCE). Never forget!
CyberTuner iTunes Description:
Reyburn CyberTuner, the pro piano technician’s gold standard tuning software tool for over 16 years. Over three years in development for iOS including a year of intensive testing by master piano technicians around the world!
This is a professsional piano technicians’ tuning tool and is priced accordingly. The 17+ rating reflects only the price. There is no Mature/Suggestive content, or any objectionable content of any kind. We expect users to already know piano tuning basics and have their own tuning equipment.
What makes Reyburn CyberTuner for iOS (or “iRCT”) superior to other tuning software? Ease of use. Clarity of functions. Intuitive and thoughtful design and programming by a Registered Piano Technician member of the PTG with years of concert tuning and prep experience as well as “in the trenches” home tunings and repairs. The piano tuning knowledge base of scores of RPTs. Flexibility to tune the way you want with unbelievable accuracy. Support by the creator, by either personal email (international) or toll-free phone (in the US & Canada) for registered users. Email listserv support is free for registered CyberTuner users.
An iRCT license includes Standard Mode (ability to tune a 13 note temperament from A3 to A4) plus a FREE one (1) year subscription to CyberCare which upgrades the mode to Premium (tune 88 notes). Also included with a CyberCare subscription are free upgrades to any new iRCT features, CyberCloud calibration, and support (if registered). In subsequent years CyberCare one year subscriptions may be purchased in-app for $79.99 USD/CAD (price varies in other currencies). If your CyberCare Subscription lapses, iRCT will continue to function in original Standard mode.
The iRCT software includes a single user license. iRCT may be used to tune pianos (or any keyboard instrument) on one and only one iOS device at a time, but may be installed on multiple iOS devices.
Here is a tutorial for, "The most advanced tuning system on the inner-planets."