Bedienungsanleitung Sabine NEXTUNE 6Z

Sabine NEXTUNE 6Z

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    Press the ON button to turn on your NexTune. Press the MODE button until the NexTune emits a loud tone and the words TONE appear in the NexTune's LCD. The note being generated will appear in the upper left corner of the LCD. Use the UP or DOWN button to se- lect the note. The Tone Generator range is from A#2 to C#6. TONE GENERATOR INSTRUCTIONS 1 2 3 NexTune generating an A (440 Hz) note. NexTune generating an A#. Using the Tone Generator The Tone Generator emits a loud tone according to the note you specifiy. ON MODE ON MODE ON MODE Some Stringed Instrument Tuning Tips Many musical instruments have peculiarities that cause annoying tuning problems. Most of these peculiarities are overcome by following these simple procedures: • Pluck one string at a time. • Pluck the instrument once per second to keep the note “fresh” while you are tuning. Notes go noticeably flat a second or two after being plucked. If tuning a higher-pitched instrument (such as a mandolin), pluck a little faster; for a lower-pitched instrument (such as a bass), pluck slower. • Do not pluck loudly. Generally light to medium volumes provide purer tones that are easier for tuners to analyze. • Pluck the strings with the flesh of the thumb. Fingernails and flat picks add overtones and slow the tuning process. • Tune from a pitch that is flat up to the pitch you desire. This procedure removes any slack in the gears of the instrument’s tuning heads. If you tune from sharp to in tune, the gears will slip as you play, and the instrument will go flat after a few minutes of playing. • If you have difficulty getting a note to register on the tuner, try touching the other strings lightly to stop their sympathetic vibrations. This will eliminate any extraneous overtones that may disturb the tuning. • Use good strings. Old strings lose their unifor- mity and do not vibrate evenly. New strings stretch flat as you play. • All sources of friction cause tuning problems. For example, if the slot in an instrument’s nut is too tight, the string will be pulled flat as it is played. A tight nut (or capo) will cause the string’s pitch to change in steps rather than evenly. • Avoid pressure on the instrument while tuning. Even moderate pressure on the neck of a gui- tar will cause a noticeable change in pitch. Also, press the strings straight down to the fin- gerboard. Bending the strings sideways is very common, especially on difficult chords, but causes the strings to be pulled sharp. • A note for advanced fretted instrumentalists: Almost all fretted instruments, and most other instruments, are constructed to play an “even- t .....
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