tuning


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(music) calibrating something (an instrument or electronic circuit) to a standard frequency

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Certainly, perfection in tuning is nearly impossible.
Adaptive control algorithms can improve tuning in virtually any process because the user no longer needs to be a tuning expert, nor do they need to call one in.
Further, he barely addresses what effect alternative tuning practices have on the interaction of melody and harmony, which is at the heart of higher-level musicianship.
The sources from this period use the "new" d-minor tuning as well as the transitional tunings developed by the French lutenists, although the pieces in the "old" tuning were still in circulation.
This tuning is achieved by perturbing the field distribution surrounding the DR through the movement of metallic or dielectric objects (either manually or electrically) by using, for example, a step motor.