Berklee Online’s New Guitar Tuner Hits All the Right Notes

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BOL_img_GuitarTunerGIFBoston, MA, August 15, 2016 — To celebrate its brand new, first-of-its-kind Guitar Degree Program, Berklee Online has just unveiled a brand new one-of-a-kind Online Guitar Tuner, featuring:

  • 11 different tunings, including standard, half step down, full step down, and nearly every open chord tuning available
  • Looped notes for users to tune by ear
  • Three distinct guitar tones tailored to your playing preference: acoustic, electric, or distortion

“Our new guitar tuner is representative of our overall approach to online education,” says Berklee Online’s Chief Marketing Officer Mike King. “We offer a range of educational products, from free to degree, including massive open online courses (MOOCs), a robust YouTube channel, all the way up to our comprehensive Bachelor’s degree.”

Featuring 11 different tunings—these go to 11!—the tuner is a convenient tool for practicing and recording on your own, getting in tune with band mates before practice, or even submitting your audition to Berklee Online’s guitar degree major!

What is also exceptional about the quick-loading page (it doesn’t require Flash) is the ability to loop notes of three distinct guitar tones in all 11 of the tunings. Both the acoustic and electric sounds are strikingly realistic, and the distortion sound is so captivating that you’ll likely find yourself just playing on this web page for longer than you originally intended.

Click here to try out the tuner

About Berklee Online

For more than 14 years, Berklee Online has been teaching music online across various disciplines—from for-credit, instructor-led online courses and multi-course certificate programs to free, non-credit massive open online courses (MOOCs) through Coursera and edX. Berklee Online is a University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) Award-winning school for 10 years running.

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