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  I am working on a product that will include a guitar tuner in it and I'm not sure how to make the electronics.  Does Arduino have a custom design section where I can send in specifications of what I need and get help on making the product work?  Thank you


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There are tons of chromatic guitar tuners, from the type that clip on & pick up vibration to the kind that use a built in mic, from as little as $9.

You want to duplicate something like that?

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There's also this one : Digital Chromatic Guitar Tuner (2008) which takes an electric guitar input too.  That page has a really good write-up of the mathematical theory behind the tuning method used too.

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