This might be quite a narrow edge case, but with a stereo instrument (like chapman stick that I have) - it would be nice to have an option for tuner to work not only with input 1 or input 2, but to be also able to work with a mixed stereo sound from the both inputs 1+2.
It is the same instrument after all, half of the string go to in1 and half of the strings to in2, and to tune all the strings I need to switch inputs in the middle.
Being quite new learner for stick I am still using tuner to locate some notes on the fingerboard and check my guesses about note locations, and that’s the moment where I have to toggle inputs quite often.
Not really a big deal, but if it is something easy to implement, that would be nice to have.
If I’m not mistaken, there isn’t a stereo output (but I only have a dwarf). The hardware design is such that the two channels are independent mono. Even the headphone out is 1 channel per ear. How do you handle tuning when not using the MOD? (I’d assume a mixed down mono signal?)
I am not sure, unfortunately what exactly I have explained badly, so I will rephrase my case, hoping that this will answer your questions.
Probably I should call this topic “Tuner for both inputs simultaneously” instead of “stereo”, as stereo might be a misleading term, while we have actually two mono channels.
I am asking about the tuner that is embedded into DuoX itself.
Currently it can listen for duo’s input 1 OR input 2, but not both in the same time:
My wish is that MDX tuner would be able also to listen to both of MDX inputs in the same time, so I would be able to determine pitch on all the strings without switching inputs in the tuner settings. I really like the MDX tuner, that’s already helping me a lot, but currently I do not have access to tuning all the strings seamlessly. Not a big problem though, it is a request about making already good thing just perfect.
Before using MOD, I was using tuner in DAW with the both channels mixed into single mono after the effect chain, but it was messy because it was measuring sound with effects.