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I find your ear to be far more discriminating for setting scale than an oscilloscope or a tuner. I set scale by tuning a static oscillator to the same exact pitch, then play a couple of octaves away and adjust the scale, retune, and iterate.
Once it is fairly in tune across a couple of octaves, fine tune the scaling by moving to 4 or 5 octave intervals. You can tell by the beating (or lack thereof) when things are good.
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I'm really having a lot of trouble with this. It seems as soon as i adjust one octave to match the static note, the previous one gets off. When I get a couple near eachother close, the third or fourth are way off, I can't seem to find any kind of balance and I don't know what to do.