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Archive for 'Piano Tuning Tools'
Tuning technique – rubber mutes. A remake of the other video with more close-ups and (hopefully!) better sound
Using Tunelab for a pocket pc – Spectrum graph allows for pre-tuning without muting the piano
Demonstration of piano tuning using the PST4. For advance users and for those of you who can afford a $500 machine. Very good.
Grand piano – adjusting the dampers for proper lift.
Here is an example of a “do it yourself DIY” approach that is completely out of line.
This gentleman does not take into account the physics of the piano structure when starting to tune from the treble notes which are the shortest strings.
Also, he doesn’t know that if the piano is off by more than 10 cents, one can not achieve a successful tuning with just one regular tuning run.
The first steps to tuning a piano is to evaluate its present conditions.
You need to take of the front panel (and the keyboard fallboard too!) in order to reach the tuning pins and the strings.
Then, you listen to the overall tuning state of the piano.
Here is a short introduction.
Flugelbauer Piano Supply presents the Flugelbauer Drop Screw Regulator. Yet another great tool from Flugelbauer Piano Supply.
Can piano tuning be performed reasonably by an amateur with inexpensive tools, or is it best to hire a professional?
Would tuning fix a couple of keys that produce antique sound rather than normal sound?