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Episode 51 - Tuning Talk
This episode goes down the rabbit hole of this thing called tuning. The discussion twists and turns more than Earl's D-tuners. I examine the A440 standard, introduce you to the concept of equal temperament and the false notion of perfection.
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Here is a link to the listener poll I created and mentioned in this episode:
I mentioned my book The Mandolin Handbook which has extensive information on set-up, intonation, tuning methods and more.
The other books I suggested in this episode are:
Zen Guitar by Philip Sudo
Piano Tuning and Allied Arts by William Braid White
Temperament by Stuart Isacoff
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Closing music is courtesy of me, my own self. It's just a snippet of a mandolin tune I wrote called "Takin' The Shortcut Home".