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*Piano & Music Accessories *Live Piano Venues *Music School Listings * Buying a Piano *Buying A Acoustic Piano *Buying a Digital Piano *Pianos for Sale *Sell Your Piano *How Old is My Piano? Isn't it time they faced up to their responsibilities to the musicians and budding musicians they serve???? Another thing that I remember hearing years ago, is that the high treble needs to be tuned sharp for concert work, because notes will sound flatter at the back of the hall.
*Directory/Site Map *Virtual Piano *Music Word Search *Piano Videos *Virtual Piano Chords & Scales Please, you organists, read exactly what I wrote. My argument is against sharpening for distance which has nothing to do with temperament or i H. I was still a beginner when I heard this, so I didn't really question it.
the mammoth Victorian organs here, have been in ET and kept that way since the decision was made to use ET when they were built. Have either of you played the RAH instrument or the St. There are two phenomenon at work:1) The sound absorption of the air volume contained in the space increases with increasing frequency.
For those of you who do concert work, does this ring true (pun intended) For those of us who do acoustics work in concert halls, it rings very true.
There are two phenomenon at work:1) The sound absorption of the air volume contained in the space increases with increasing frequency.
The question of whether you want to tune your upper octaves to try and counteract these effects I guess is up to you.
Just remember that when you're done putting stretch into your octaves for this reason they're still going to sound like they're going flat in the ears of the listeners in remote seats in the hall. Hope I've helped, That being the case, listeners to all instruments, in the case of piano concerto, will experience the same phenomenon.