Piano tuning is an art that has been developed over many centuries and has evolved with the same since its inception piano by in early 1700. Currently the tone pattern for piano tuning is 440 Hertz for the Headquarter of the piano. For a few years of the seventeenth century, Bartolomeo Cristofori invented two keyboard instruments before he began his final work on the piano. The first of this was the spinettone by Italy's "big spider," was a percussion instrument that strings (a harpsichord in which the sequences are processed to save space.) Most of the spruce are just a group of strings. This invention may have been intended to place an instrument in the orchestra pit tight in the theater, your loud noise made him an ideal instrument string. The second invention in 1690 was the spinettone oval, a very original, a kind of virginal with the longest sequences in the middle of the case.
Tune a piano is the realization of a set of procedures. First, we must temper the scale so that in the same room for all musical intervals, whether the fifth, the fourth, third, the eighth and many others. The technician performing tempered piano tuner position is based on intervals mentioned in the eighth. After making the temperate, held in the central area of piano in an extension of eighth, tenth, and even two octaves, the pitch must be transported from that area to the rest of the notes of the piano tuned yet. Finally, the unison tuned each note exactly matching the frequency of the strings in each group so that there are no beats in them. Remember that "together" means "one sound" and said the set of piano strings that together simulate sonar sound like a single cord. The work of the piano tuner is a work that is done completely by ear and demands a theoretical and practical learning which anyone can access.