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Universaltuningfork is a program designed to generate the sound of 41 musical tones.
It has a volume control bar allowing you to adjust the volume of the music.
Universaltuningfork is not an audio generator, it can be used to play music in a MIDI sequencer or sequencer on the soundcard. It is not a soundbank editor, it can only generate 41 musical tones, so it does not make sense to try to expand the sound bank into a huge range.
Universaltuningfork can only be used with programs that are MIDI sequencers.
Once you have downloaded and installed the software, you can tune any MIDI program in your computer to any of 41 different musical notes or key ranges, and adjust the volume to suit your personal taste. The total volume of the sounds can be adjusted via the volume control bar in the main window.
The range of tones that can be generated with Universaltuningfork can be selected using the following settings:
Key: This setting determines the key of the musical tones that will be played. Musical tone notes have different key signatures and different frequencies.
On the key above the musical notes, the scale is written:
Natural harmonic minor – the scale of a harmonically minor (flat) scale, with all the notes in the major scale
Aeolian mode – the scale of a harmonically minor scale, with the exception of the sixth note
The first note is the note C# (sharp), and the 6th note is the note B flat
The scale of a harmonically minor scale is A-B-C#-D-E-F#-G-A, the same as the major scale except for the 6th and 7th scale notes.
Tone: The tone that will be played. Musical tones have different frequencies. The range of the tones is determined by the frequency that you enter.
The frequency of the tones is determined by the key. If you enter a key above the tone, then the note will be played on the corresponding scale:
G# (G sharp) C (C sharp) D E (E sharp) F# F (F sharp) A (A sharp) G (G sharp)
If you enter a key below the tone, then the note will be played on the scale above, but the note will not be played on the key signature (like in the Major scale).
Entering note frequencies:
The next step is to enter the frequencies of the