tune


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Synonyms for tune

melody

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harmony

tune up

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change your tune

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in tune with something

out of tune with something

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Synonyms for tune

a pleasing succession of musical tones forming a usually brief aesthetic unit

pleasing agreement, as of musical sounds

to utter words or sounds in musical tones

to alter for proper functioning

Synonyms for tune

the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch

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the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency

adjust for (better) functioning

adjust the pitches of (musical instruments)

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This type of tune includes folk songs, children's songs, holiday music (e.
In 1978, I took all the exams to tune at the highest level.
4 : general attitude <They changed their tune when they knew all the facts.
Adaptive control algorithms can improve tune in virtually any process because the user no longer needs to be a tune expert, nor do they need to call one.
Even an expert, however, cannot feasibly tune some processes, because they require re-tuning as conditions change.
But the primary objection I have is Duffin's position that musicians should play out of tune with the piano, since the piano is out of tune.
In the absence of any proposed reprint of the Dixon book, the Northumbrian Pipers' Society have crammed as much information into their tune book as possible without compromising its compact size.
Nor is this ``Dolittle'' - based on the 1967 Rex Harison movie, not on the Eddie Murphy remakes - a case of Tune constructing a project entirely from the ground up.
Tunes from the northeast region are more closely related to northern tune traditions that spread down the Ohio River by travelers, including the Norwegian virtuoso Ole Bull.
While accounting for the influence of Northern Baptist music, the Wesleys, George Whitefield, John Newton, Rippon's Selection, and Kentucky camp meeting music, Norton discusses the songsters and folk tunes that came from these varied sources.
The show arrives after a longer-than-expected absence from the Manhattan stage for Tune, who spent two years starring in the Las Vegas extravaganza EFX.
The monkeys succeeded whether the tunes sounded as if they'd been played on a piano, guitar, or other instruments.
In order to tune an array to the specific environment properly, several key parameters need to be configured; RAID level (0,1,3,5), cache size, and stripe or segment size.
In addition, he notes that unless writers hold rights to the original song, publishers are going to be reluctant to exploit a tune that has samples because they lose part of their income to another songwriter.
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