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It sounds good.


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The girl plays very nice.

Is it not possible to get the unisons better?

Have you ever tuned a unison and filtered out the higher partials to get an idea just how good your unisons are? Unisons are elusive. I am still working on them, but I get the feeling that these could be better. Maybe some hammer needling would help too.

If you send me a recording of some of your unisons, I will filter them for you and you can hear them side by side, with and without filtering. It is a fantastic tool to help open up your ears.


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Originally Posted by Herr Weiss
It sounds good.

Olá,Herr Weis
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Originally Posted by Mark Cerisano, RPT
The girl plays very nice.

Is it not possible to get the unisons better?

Have you ever tuned a unison and filtered out the higher partials to get an idea just how good your unisons are? Unisons are elusive. I am still working on them, but I get the feeling that these could be better. Maybe some hammer needling would help too.

If you send me a recording of some of your unisons, I will filter them for you and you can hear them side by side, with and without filtering. It is a fantastic tool to help open up your ears.


Thank you Mark
Unfortunately, I did not put goal the original quality unison here. I had to make an acceptable pitch. I was very afraid to break the strings. I am pleased that the tight pins did not disappoint me. Changes in upright piano have and I'm happy about it.
Thank you for your care. Perhaps I really will need is tool for unison filter. I'll be sure to ask you.
hammers really old and it's slightly distorted sound, but there is a certain charm, I'm think
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The beatles recorded many songs on an out of tune piano. Yes there is charm, but as a tech, we try to be purposeful when creating that sound :-)

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Originally Posted by Mark Cerisano, RPT
The beatles recorded many songs on an out of tune piano. Yes there is charm, but as a tech, we try to be purposeful when creating that sound :-)

charm in that Max never try do it's so. But.... itself is done. It's piano wanna be with "Beatles" accent, I'm think :-) :-)

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I disagree. I've never heard any of your tunings where the unisins were clean. Perhaps your concept of unisons is like that because you haven't had the benefit of high level training or exposure to concert quality.

I am offering to help you by opening up your ears to hear higher partials in a unison and learning to tune them out so that your unisons are cleaner.

Send me some recordings of two string unisons that you have tuned as clean as possible.

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Originally Posted by Mark Cerisano, RPT
I disagree. I've never heard any of your tunings where the unisins were clean. Perhaps your concept of unisons is like that because you haven't had the benefit of high level training or exposure to concert quality.

I'm trying make unisons cleaner, but ...
Maybe you're right. The lack of specialized tunings concert grand pianos, own ignorance and laziness are reason, I'm think

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Originally Posted by Mark Cerisano, RPT
I disagree. I've never heard any of your tunings where the unisins were clean. Perhaps your concept of unisons is like that because you haven't had the benefit of high level training or exposure to concert quality.

I'm trying make unisons cleaner, but ...
Maybe you're right. The lack of specialized tunings concert grand pianos, own ignorance and laziness are reason, I'm think


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Unfortunately Kazakhstan is a parallel reality of World. Completely incomprehensible life for ordinary European or American here . Hard living conditions forced me to do it so because to somehow save the classical music here. Pragmatism, the daily activities of the piano tuning and repair and the belief in the humanistic ideals is my credo. I am clearly aware of their own faults, and so on. I hope that my temperament is in the positive dynamics of improvement

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I am asking you again. Send me a recording of 5-10 of your unisons. Two strings only. I will filter the recording and send it back.

You do not need to accept your conditions as an excuse if there is a way (and a person willing to show you that way) to open your ears up to hearing what good unisons sound like and how to hear "inside" them to judge their clarity.

There are a lot of people who will benefit from this exercise. I will post the analysis here.

You can just post to youtube and put the link here.


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