A simple search for each tool brings them up right on the results page, and they’re not half bad.
The guitar tuner is basic, but useful: it includes a bunch of common tunings like standard E, drop D and and a few open chords and plays reference notes when you click on the buttons for each string.
The metronome lets you set tempo by style, beats per minute or by clicking a ‘tap tempo’ button. You can also change the number of beats per measure and choose your accent beat.
Both tools — developed by interns at Microsoft who also happen to be musicians — are great for gearing up for a quick practice session or an online lesson in front of your computer.
➤ Bing rocks two new tools for the everyday musician [Bing Blogs]