Now you no longer need to tune your guitar with guitar tuner app, just use Google Search. Google has added a new feature to its search that allows users to tune the guitar. Google Serach will use your smartphone’s microphone to easily tune the guitar.
The new built-in tuner works just like any other guitar tuning app available on the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. This feature is now active and users only need an updated browser and a phone (or PC) with a microphone to access it.
This feature is already active and works like any other guitar tuning app. Users can access the tuner by typing “Google tuner” in the Google Search field.
The Google tuner interface is familiar and the tuner works like any other guitar tuner app that users can download from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. When a user plays the strings on his guitar, the tuner quickly picks up the notes and makes suggestions for tightening or loosening the strings.
How to Tune a Guitar With Google Search
Here’s how to tune a guitar with Google Search. To access Google’s new guitar tuner, all you have to do is open Google and type Google tuner. Remember that you have to type Google tuner and not Guitar tuner.
After opening the search results, you have to press the microphone icon to start tuning the guitar. You have to allow microphone permission to the browser for the feature to work as intended.
After pressing the microphone icon, you can start the setup process as usual. There is a visual indicator to show whether you should tighten or loosen the guitar strings, as you can see in the image below:
Apparently, the only instrument supported by this Google tuner is the guitar as it doesn’t work well for tuning the ukulele. Also, you can’t change any settings, so you don’t need to adjust the calibration, as we said, it depends on your device hardware (varies based on the microphone quality of your phone or PC).
That’s a tutorial on how to tune a guitar using Google Search. Hopefully this article is useful for you and thank you for visiting.