Online Violin Tuner

The notes on the violin Use this free online violin tuner to tune your violin. This is for the standard GDAE violin tuning. Use the tuning pegs at the top of the violin to get close to the correct tone, and then use the fine tuners on the tail piece to do the fine tuning. The image on the right shows the notes for each string and also shows where the fine tuners are located.

If you want to tune your violin using alternate violin tunings, check out our new Online Violin Tuner which allows you to change the pitch for each string.

For other methods on how to tune your violin go to our How to Tune the Violin page.

ALERT Sorry, your web browser does not support Adobe Flash or does not have it installed. Most Apple products do not support Flash. Please use our HTML5 Violin Tuner that will work with almost all modern browsers.

Caution: If your violin is extremely out of tune or if you are replacing the strings on the violin, and tuning it the first time, you have to be careful. If this is the case then tune each string a little at a time and then go on to the next string. You want to keep the tension on each string fairly equal. The bridge is not glued or attached to the violin, it is held there by the tension of the strings. If the tension varies too much it might cause the bridge to collapse. Also while you are tuning pay attention to the bridge, it should always be perpendicular to your violin and be straight, not angled.

Essential Elements for Strings (Violin)Learn how to play: Now that you have your violin tuned, it is time to start playing it. Beginner violin players tend to have quite a few options to choose from when it comes to learning how to play. Visit our article on Learn How To Play the Violin.

The Essential Elements for Strings is a great resource for those who are beginning violin or experienced players who want to hone their skills.

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Comments (308)
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um I guess its fine lolz not!

by lolz on

pretty nice, I guess?

by Website Viewer on

this app is.... okay
just don't listen to 1 string for a while!!!

by cool on

This Sight is..... well, how do you say it.............

by sucky! on

This app is G R E A T - I use it daily after seting up instruments. I rough tune and then fine tune using this.
Those of you with the -ve attitudes about why dosn't it have a HI/LOW indicator . . . . to you - first go for ear training lessons, then learn how to LISTEN to your notes & resonances - you'll be amazed how accurate the trained ear can be!

by Mike on

works for me...

wow...how many negative comments are there? sheesh. if you cant tell if your instrument is higher or lower than the notes playing on this page...give up and go play the triangle or something...

by simsalabimsabam on

says the nice guy

by lol on

I use this tuner so much! Everyday in fact. Thank you so much for having it here!

P.S. To people who are going overboard on negative comments, BE NICE!!!!

by Sunny on

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right

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so bad

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by unicorn girl on

so bad

this is so bad cause if u are new with tuning u won't now what to do I installed an app that will help me but it shows if it is so loud or so quiet or so good on phone and I

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I thought it was gonna be like in a guitar tuner, showing you whether it's too low or too high or if it's just good... but I got to tune my violin and it was a lot easier than while using a piano (I didn't have to press the piano keys for I have no clue how many times) so I must say that this tuner is nice ^____^ uwu

by lilacmoomin on
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