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To be or not to be?, tuning Max's be in concert hall ? #2822187
03/03/19 02:56 AM
03/03/19 02:56 AM
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An year as Max tries to improve the sound of grand "RED OCTOBER". Is it's sound better or not now ? Make your critical opinion (mark) on the matter.
1 If this is "bad" to mark (-),
2 if the "good" (+).
3 If all that your hear is very badly completly for your taste that to mark (- -).

WE can and must write a few lines about it, please.
Remember, from your voicing be solved, "tuning grand piano in future" If (+) is larger, the Administration Department "Culture and Cinema" to allocate modest means for it's.
If the (-), then all will be to play an upright piano.
regards, unprofessional tuner, Max

it's sound Feb,2018. First Max tuning after 3 years without a tuning


Oct., 2018



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Re: To be or not to be?, tuning Max's be in concert hall ? [Re: Maximillyan] #2822492
03/03/19 07:44 PM
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Your method of + and - does not sound like a good way to decide which piano to use. The first video sounds like a good tuning but the playing is light and it’s hard to tell what the voicing really is like. In the last video my impression is that the hammers are hard or worn. What do the hammers look like?
I guess the letoff (regulation) must not be too bad, given those trills. But that’s another thing that can lead to a percussive sound, because the pianist can’t play softly if the letoff is too far from the strings.

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Re: To be or not to be?, tuning Max's be in concert hall ? [Re: charleslang] #2822545
03/03/19 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by charleslang
Your method of + and - does not sound like a good way to decide which piano to use. The first video sounds like a good tuning but the playing is light and it’s hard to tell what the voicing really is like. In the last video my impression is that the hammers are hard or worn. What do the hammers look like?
I guess the letoff (regulation) must not be too bad, given those trills. But that’s another thing that can lead to a percussive sound, because the pianist can’t play softly if the letoff is too far from the strings.


thanks for your markings,charleslang . It's very importing for our grand, I'm think.
The hammers are hard but no worn, I'm think. It's soviet hammers and it's that all said. It's no good qulity was here. I'd removed all groves on hammer use sand paper.
I regulated a letoff there. I'd tryed making that so a hammer can freely down after a kick. It's maked and a key not sticked now. Early time ago it's stucked
regards, Max

Last edited by Maximillyan; 03/03/19 10:42 PM.

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