一:调律流程   Adjustment and tuning  process




 1、自拍音准,微信发送     Self timer failure,Wechat sending



2、约定上门,付上门费     Agree to visit, pay the visit fee



3、准备材质,领箱出发     Prepare the material, take and set out



4、整体检查,报告故障      Overall inspection, Fault report



5、拒绝调律,踏上归程      Refuse to  tuning , come back



6、接受调律,全额付费      Accept the tuning  and pay in full



7、微信协议,语音复述      Wechat protocol, voice retelling



8、依照协议,开始工作       with the agreement, start work



9、图视比对,语音确认       Information comparison,voice confirmation





二:苏醒钢琴调律调修 16 法












How to tune a piaon




Step 1: Tune one string in middle octave



No.1The middle octave is "middle C" also called C4, upward to C5. Each key in this region strikes three strings in most cases (two on some reduced spinets like mine.)



No.2Pick one string to work at a time; if three strings, start with the middle. Carefully find the pin that turns the string you want to tune. Place the lever so that the socket is fully seated on the pin.



No.3Place your foot on the sustain pedal to lift the dampers off the strings whenever placing or removing mutes. This will protect the felt of the dampers while you place mutes.



No.4Gently place the rubber wedge mutes to stop the vibration of the other strings in the set, but not so tight that the string is unnecessarily deformed.



No.5Turn the pin counter-clockwise to slightly loosen the string (flat the note). This assures that you are on the right pin, among other things.


While repeatedly striking the key FIRMLY, turn the pin with the lever clockwise VERY SLIGHTLY until the Korg shows that it is in tune.






Step 2: Match remaining string(s)



No.1After the first string is tuned, it's time to tune the other string or two in the set to the first; this is called "tuning the unisons.



No.2Move the mutes so that the first, tuned string and a second string are free, but the third, if present, is still dampened by a mute.


Ignore the chromatic tuner; tune the unisons by ear.



No.3Put your wrench on the second string's pin. While repeatedly striking the key hard, turn the second pin until you can hear no more "beats"--that is, it sounds like one note, not two in disharmony.



Repeat for the third string if necessary, with all rubber mutes removed.