Re: maximum tatum (one tatum, two tata) (Thomas G Brennan )

Subject: Re: maximum tatum (one tatum, two tata)
From:    Thomas G Brennan  <g_brennantg(at)TITAN.SFASU.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 10 Apr 2002 09:26:39 -0500

When I was in tuning school, we did a couple things. First, we were told that if you want to count beats between notes and/or be able to tune exactly that aboutg 26 per second was the practical limit. We also got a piano and tuned it oddly. Anotherwords, notes did not necessarily progress normally. A particular sequequence might be A B A C E G G. It was interesting that when this was done or a piano was tuned to something like A431 rather than A440 it was far more difficllt to impossible to follow rapid note sequences since expectation played far less a part in the exercise. Tom Tom Brennan, CCC-A/SLP, RHD web page web master web master

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