If you’re a vinyl junkie, you want your music to sound exactly as the artist intended - and that means 33⅓ RPM, not 35. Previously, checking your turntable for accuracy was difficult and inexact. But no longer. Measuring your turntable’s speed is now as simple as setting your phone down. Just start Turntabulator, place it on your platter, and start spinning. In as little as a few seconds, Turntabulator will adapt its output to your turntable, revealing its analysis in a stabilized rotating display that has to be seen to be believed. No twisting your neck - just read and be delighted.
Through the power of Musical Analysis with Gyroscopically Indifferent Calculations (MAGIC), no gyroscope is required, so Turntabulator works just fine on older devices. In fact, the results are more accurate than the gyroscope would provide.
Turntabulator offers two measurement modes. Quick Mode will give you results within 0.1 RPM very quickly, typically in 15 seconds or less. Or, if you’re a perfectionist, use Exact Mode for more precise results, typically reaching 0.01 RPM error or less within one or two minutes.
Turntabulator will auto-sense 33⅓ or 45 RPM, or can be fixed at either setting. It then displays the percentage error compared to the target RPM, and whether your turntable is running slow or fast.
That’s it! Start using Turntabulator, and make sure your vinyl sounds as perfect as possible.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great tool for anyone that repairs and restores turntables!
As I repair and refurbish vintage turntables, sometimes there are situations when I can’t use my trusty strobe. This app really came in handy.
However, I do wish that this app could support 8 RPM, 16⅔ RPM and 78 RPM, as many vintage record players were typically 3 or 4-speed (33/45/78 or 16/33/45/78), and then you have the Library of Congress Talking Book record players which typically played at 8 RPM or 16 ⅔ RPM.
If support for 8, 16 ⅔ and 78 RPM could be added, this can be come the ultimate tool for anyone that repairs and restores vintage turntables of all kinds, as well as being able to adjust the 78 RPM speed on many modern 3-speed turntables!
One of the coolest apps in the market
Finally I could fine tune my audio-technica at-lp 1240.
It is a very handy and accurate tool for turntable and vinyl fans.
It doesn’t work.
Waste of money.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.