Korg TM-60C WH
The Korg TM-60C WH revamps the TM series, allowing you to use both a tuner and a metronome simultaneously. Boasting a larger display, the TM-60C can easily display both the tuner and the metronome at the same time. The battery life has also been improved. So whether you’re pitch training or rhythm training, the TM-60C will have enough juice to power you for 130 hours.
Tuning and rhythm training are essential for brass band and orchestral practice. With the TM-60C, not only can you use the tuner and metronome simultaneously, but the huge screen allows for easy viewing when it’s sitting on your music stand.
So rather than having to switch between functions, you can easily use practicing techniques. Like keeping a consistent pitch over the course of a long note, or checking the pitch of your chords while using the metronome.
The enlarged display is also backlit with two levels of brightness adjustments including soft and auto. So you’ll have stress-free tuning in those times when you’re on a dimly lit stage or orchestra pit.
Thanks to Korg’s proprietary technology, the TM-60C will accurately detect pitch without any time lag. It will also detect pitch drift before it happens so you can learn to produce unwavering tones with a stable pitch.
Wide Range of Instruments
What’s more, the TM-60C supports a wide variety of orchestral and other instruments. With a range from C1 (32.70 Hz) to C8 (4186.01 Hz) easily detected, as well as instruments such as guitars and ukuleles.
TM-60C – Included Contact Mic
Included with your TMC-60C is a CM-200 contact mic that attaches to your instrument and sends vibrations directly to the tuner for even more accuracy.
Marks that indicate pure major and minor third intervals
In certain ensembles, harmonies of third intervals can easily be perceived as out of tune. Thanks to the TM-60C’s meter scale, you’ll see marks that indicate pure major and minor thirds. So you can easily coincide with these marks and play in beautiful harmony with an ensemble. Perfect for both orchestral instruments, vocal music, and acapella practice.