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Gadzar has posted a video of his tuning of a late-model Steinway O with Verituner's Pure 12th Style.

https://youtu.be/MmYBbwd_dHo

If you receive the Piano Technicians Journal, then I hope you will note the first article in my "21st Century Tuning Style" series. If you can attend the upcoming PTG convention in St. Louis I hope you will consider my class, also entitled "21st Century Tuning Style". The subjects include pure 12th equal temperament and other widths of Equal Temperament tuned uniformly across a piano's scale; integrating stretch and temperament; and a "new" approach to dealing with inharmonicity while tuning. OnlyPure and RCT can both tune a great pure 12th equal temperament. And if you are a user of Verituner, we will discuss the style files I have shared to allow Verituner users to tune various widths of ET!

Verituner Style Files for the Family of Equal Temperaments

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Thank you, Kent, for sharing.

I could not open the 21st Century Equal Temperaments files, any suggestion?

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Alfredo,

Kent's ten Verituner tuning styles (with file names that end with .vus) open from within the Verituner app.

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Originally Posted by DavidWB
Alfredo,

Kent's ten Verituner tuning styles (with file names that end with .vus) open from within the Verituner app.


Thank you, David, I did not have a clue.

Originally Posted by Kent Swafford
Gadzar has posted a video of his tuning of a late-model Steinway O with Verituner's Pure 12th Style.

https://youtu.be/MmYBbwd_dHo

If you receive the Piano Technicians Journal, then I hope you will note the first article in my "21st Century Tuning Style" series. If you can attend the upcoming PTG convention in St. Louis I hope you will consider my class, also entitled "21st Century Tuning Style". The subjects include pure 12th equal temperament and other widths of Equal Temperament tuned uniformly across a piano's scale; integrating stretch and temperament; and a "new" approach to dealing with inharmonicity while tuning. OnlyPure and RCT can both tune a great pure 12th equal temperament. And if you are a user of Verituner, we will discuss the style files I have shared to allow Verituner users to tune various widths of ET!

Verituner Style Files for the Family of Equal Temperaments


Hi Kent,

First, I am glad to know that you are spreading the word, more colleagues in that part of the world may be able to acknowledge that ET is not necessarily 12th-root-of-two, nor the ETD "ET variant due to iH".

Thank you for mentioning CHaS amongst other modern ET's. I am not a VT user but I would be very happy to hear a recording of those ET's tunings, chromatic intervals, possible? And we may get a chance to compare them with one aural tuning of mine that was recorded recently.

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Are these files in the current Verituner library? I read your article in the journal and was pleased to know they were "out there" for VT users, but I haven't been able to see how, just yet.

I hope to meet you in St. Louis.

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Forrest,

Kent's styles are not pre-installed in the current version of the Verituner app. I hope they will be soon, but in the meantime you can download them to a computer and then import them into the Verituner.

Here's where Kent has them available for download:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qrx6lruksvhudj4/AABInd-6UXVZiLQxP9qmZ5M9a?dl=0

This thread on the Verituner forum has information on how to import the files into the Verituner and discussion about the styles in which Kent has been participating. There are also some videos.

http://sforum.veritune.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=721

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Originally Posted by Forrest Halford
Are these files in the current Verituner library? I read your article in the journal and was pleased to know they were "out there" for VT users, but I haven't been able to see how, just yet.

I hope to meet you in St. Louis.

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The files are not included in the release version of Verituner but can be installed by individual users. The files can be downloaded at the following link:

Download Verituner Style Files Here

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