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accepted Why are pianos traditionally tuned “out of tune” at the extremes?
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comment Why are pianos traditionally tuned “out of tune” at the extremes?
Yes, the Railsback curve. I knew there was a name for it. I just forgot/couldn't hear which direction the deviation was in.
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comment Guitar practice: more often but less time or once in a few days but for a few hours?
+1 for "general wanking" :)
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