hi tuners

Paul Kupelian kupelian@Oswego.Oswego.EDU
Thu, 27 Jun 1996 11:17:27 -0400 (EDT)

Get a hold of Don MacKechnie at Ithaca College.  He teaches a piano
technology course there. His email address is dmckech@ithaca.edu

Paul Kupelian, RPT

On Thu, 27 Jun 1996, James Shanahan wrote:

> First of all, thanks to all the nice people who gave advice about the
> Steinway 1098. It was very helpful. Everyone agreed that it's hard to tune.
> Beyond that, opinions vary.
> Now a simple question for you. I've enjoyed lurking on this list and
> learning stuff about the mechanics of the piano. If I'm interested in
> learning some of the rudiments of tuning pianos, what are the good
> resources for doing that? I do not intend to become a tech or any such
> thing, but would simply be interested in learning the
> acoustics/physics/whatever of tuning, hoping it will improve my
> musicianship a little. Any advice you can give is appreciated.
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