Tunepal

Tunepal


Listed in the top 500 apps of all time by the Sunday Times (Feb 2012)

Top twenty cultural apps for iPhone by the Sunday Times (28 March 2010).

Best overall invention 2010 in the Dublin Institute of Technology.

Top 25 grossing apps on the iTunes app store (17-18 July 2010).

The essential tool for all musicians playing traditional Irish, Scots, Welsh and Breton music!

Ever sat in a trad session and wondered what was the name of that great tune someone just played? Well now you can search a database of over 23,000 tunes from your device BY PLAYING!

Just hold your device up to a melody instrument such as the tin-whistle, flute, concertina, uilleann pipes, accordion or banjo, hit record and the melody will be extracted and submitted to the tunepal.org search engine for matching.

Matching tunes are downloaded to your device, where you can view and edit the notation or the stave, email the tune, post it to facebook or play it back using the high quality playback engine based.

Recent changes:
New logo and record indicator
An extra 5000+ tunes in the corpus
Now search across over 22,000 tunes from 34 tunebooks
Up to date discographies
Better ABC file support
Share a single tune or tunebook, open directly in Tunepal
Now you can sort My Tunes
Ability to filter search results by time signature
Experimental key-independent searches
Tap a music score to flip to ABC view (Requires Android 3.0+)
More stability - better support for international characters, analytics and crash reporting
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$5.01
92
4.6
User ratings
154
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
7851 kb
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About Tunepal
Listed in the top 500 apps of all time by the Sunday Times (Feb 2012)

Top twenty cultural apps for iPhone by the Sunday Times (28 March 2010).

Best overall invention 2010 in the Dublin Institute of Technology.

Top 25 grossing apps on the iTunes app store (17-18 July 2010).

The essential tool for all musicians playing traditional Irish, Scots, Welsh and Breton music!

Ever sat in a trad session and wondered what was the name of that great tune someone just played? Well now you can search a database of over 23,000 tunes from your device BY PLAYING!

Just hold your device up to a melody instrument such as the tin-whistle, flute, concertina, uilleann pipes, accordion or banjo, hit record and the melody will be extracted and submitted to the tunepal.org search engine for matching.

Matching tunes are downloaded to your device, where you can view and edit the notation or the stave, email the tune, post it to facebook or play it back using the high quality playback engine based.

Recent changes:
New logo and record indicator
An extra 5000+ tunes in the corpus
Now search across over 22,000 tunes from 34 tunebooks
Up to date discographies
Better ABC file support
Share a single tune or tunebook, open directly in Tunepal
Now you can sort My Tunes
Ability to filter search results by time signature
Experimental key-independent searches
Tap a music score to flip to ABC view (Requires Android 3.0+)
More stability - better support for international characters, analytics and crash reporting

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 26, 2015
Been using it since the pc version Happily paying to support the developer. If you're an Irish musician this is a must.
A Google User
May 30, 2015
I have this everywhere! I've installed it on my phone, tablet, on the penny whistle itself, in the dog, EVERYWHERE! The only thing it doesn't do is nag me to practice.
A Google User
May 11, 2015
Great app for traditional music I've been using this so for years. It searches through most ABC sources and can find nearly every tune if played *closely*.
A Google User
Apr 17, 2015
Brilliant for finding tunes that wreck the heads trying to think of names 👌
A Google User
Apr 16, 2015
Problem with sorting My Tunes Good app for some of the things it does, but some gaps, one or two things other apps can do that it can't, such as download an abc file from the web. My main gripe right now is that the documentation says you can sort your My Tunes list, e.g. by source or other criteria. But I can't find any way to do this - running the Android version on both a Nexus 7 and a Samsung Galaxy phone. Some of the reviews talk about it crashing when people try to organize the My Tunes list, so maybe they got further than I did - I see no way to do this at all, except for changing the order of tunes in the list with a drag and drop. Surely that was not all that the developers meant by "you can sort the list"? Will someone enlighten me please!