After using an android app, tone generator on my metronome, a tuner, pitch pipe and a tuning fork, I've decided that I'm going back to old-school gadgets rather than tech trends. For some reason, all the electronics seem to go through a Doppler effect (IE: the pitch changes when I get closer to the speaker). It's very irritating.
But I tune to pitches from 440 to 442. So does anyone know where I can get a non-440 tuning fork/pitch pipe? Glaesel and Kratt only sell 440 pitch pipes, and the tuning fork I possess is 440.
Did anyone else notice the Doppler effect? Or am I doing something wrong?
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