This is an application that helps tune up a guitar.
Tuning a guitar is an essential practice. It is not just to ensure that a specific string vibrates at the right frequency. It also builds patience and a good ear. When new strings are installed, the need for them to settle will take a little time. One way to speed things up is if you could stretch strings after installing. The strings catch dead skin and starts sounding a little dull after some time. So you may need a cleaning fluid at times. E is the thickest string and tends to stay the longest in tune. A string too will remain in tune fairly long. The others D, G, B and E need some looking after. This tool helps you tune these six strings as and when needed. Protecting the guitar during storage is important to maintain the tuning once it is done.
Dadgad tuning uses what is known as "D Suspended" and is one of the most popular tunings processes used. DADGAD requires some medium gauge strings and possibly adjustment of the truss rod. All depends on the guitar and some personal likings too. Often experienced players may leave half the strings in light gauge and change only the lower strings to medium. The interface should really be intuitive for guitar players. Selecting each string and tuning modes are easily done. The guitarist then uses the sound produced by the program to tune his guitar. This is a very good tool if you need help with guitar tuning frequently.