Designed by musicians for musicians, the Roadie Tuner mobile app has a beautiful, minimal, and intuitive interface. It serves as a control center for all of your Roadie devices. It lets you make customizations easily and keeps you up to date with the latest Roadie upgrades. It’s like your Roadie 3 found its soul mate! 


 


Installing the Roadie Tuner app


The Roadie Tuner mobile app is available for both iOS and Android devices. 


Click here to download it from the iOS App Store 


Click here to download it from the Google Play Store


 


Connecting your Roadie to the app 


When you first start using your Roadie, it is important to connect it via Bluetooth to the Roadie Tuner mobile app in order to sync all of your instrument profiles and tunings and to avoid losing them. This will also allow you to receive the latest firmware updates.


 


To connect your Roadie tuner to the Roadie app: 


  • Turn on your Roadie device
  • Make sure Bluetooth is turned on on your mobile device
  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app and click on the red CONNECT button
  • Select your Roadie tuner from the list displayed and follow the instructions on the screen


Note: For Android devices, the operating system will ask you for location permission to be able to connect to Roadie via Bluetooth Low Energy.


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Syncing Roadie tuner with the Roadie app 


Every time you make changes on the app or on your Roadie device, it is important to sync all changes. 


To sync all your data across the app and Roadie:


  • Make sure that your Roadie is connected to the app via Bluetooth
  • Press "Sync" in the Roadie Tuner app main menu or simply swipe downwards to sync

 


Receiving firmware updates


You will be receiving regular firmware updates for Roadie tuner, and especially Roadie 3, through the Roadie Tuner mobile app. This will ensure that your Roadie's firmware will never get outdated and that you receive the latest features and bug fixes.


To perform a firmware upgrade on your Roadie, launch the Roadie Tuner app and select "Account Settings." Choose your Roadie device then scroll down and press "Update Firmware."


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Making Customizations


Creating a custom instrument


If you can’t find the instrument you want to add on the Roadie device, you can easily create a custom instrument using the app:

  • Launch the app
  • Press the "+" Add Instrument button
  • When choosing an instrument type please select "Other".
  • Customize the strings one by one and hit "Next" 
  • Select a brand. If the brand is not available, press "Other" and enter the brand name
  • Add a name and a photo of your instrument
  • Press "Save"
  • Press "Sync" to send the changes to your Roadie


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Creating a custom tuning


Roadie tuners come with many preset alternate tunings but if you don’t find what you’re looking for, you can also create your own custom tuning using the app:

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app  
  • Select your instrument
  • Press on "Create New Tuning"
  • Select one string at a time and customize it to the desired pitch. You can modify the note pitch class, octave, alteration, and cents settings that determine the final frequency of each string
  • Save once done
  • Press "Sync" to send the changes to your Roadie device


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To Edit a tuning, simply click on the pencil edit icon (next to the tuning name) and make the changes you desire by altering the note, alteration, octave number, and cents value for each string. 


 


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Reordering tunings


If you want to change the order in which your tunings appear:

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app
  • Select your instrument
  • Click on "Reorder Tuning" 
  • Reorder your list by long-pressing, dragging and dropping tunings in the desired slots
  • Press "Sync" to send the changes to your Roadie device


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Reordering instruments


To change the order in which your instruments appear:

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app
  • Long press the instrument you would like to move, drag it then drop it in the slot you would like it to be in 
  • Press "Sync" to send the changes to your Roadie device


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Editing an instrument


To change your instrument's name or picture:

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app
  • Select the instrument you wish to edit
  • Press "Edit" and perform the desired changes
  • Save changes
  • Press "Sync" to send the changes to your Roadie


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Deleting an instrument 


To delete an instrument, follow these easy steps:

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app
  • Long press on the instrument you want to delete
  • Press "x" and confirm delete when prompted
  • Sync with your Roadie to delete it from your Roadie device



Changing the instrument settings


On the app, you can also change the instrument settings (alternate tunings, Capo, and A4 reference). 

  • Launch the Roadie Tuner app
  • Select your instrument
  • Use the pickers to modify the tuning, Capo, and A4 references
  • Either sync or press the “Tune” button on the app screen to send these changes to your Roadie device


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