Are Tunings Other Than Equal Temperament Provided?

Last Update: 04/01/2011

Different types of tuning can be selected via the F2.1/2 sub-functions.

Tuning Selection Procedure

1. Press the [TEMPO/FUNCTION] button to enter the function mode.

2. Use the TEMPO/FUNCTION [+]/[-] buttons to select the F2.y function.

3. Press the [YES/+] button, and then use the TEMPO/FUNCTION [+]/[-] buttons to select the F2.1 sub-function

4. Use the [NO/-] and [YES/+] buttons to select the value corresponding to the desired tuning type, as listed below.

" 1 = Equal Temperament
" 2 = Pure (Major)
" 3 = Pure (Minor)
" 4 = Pythagorean
" 5 = Meantone
" 6 = Werckmeister
" 7 = Kirnberger

TIP: Equal Temperament is the most commonly used piano tuning.

When choosing a tuning other than Equal Temperament it is also necessary to specify the root (usually the key of the composition you intend to play) via the F2.2 sub-function. The tuning of all other notes is adjusted in relation to the specified root note.

The F2.2 sub-function setting has no effect when Equal Temperament is selected. Refer to appropriate specialist music texts for more information on the various tunings.

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