tuning system


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tuning system

n. Music
An ordered collection of intervals that can be precisely expressed by rational numbers.
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Another feature is the Dynamic Tuning System (DTS), which allows shooters to tailor the gun to their individual style.
Standard 5-Axis Auto Tuning System technology automatically measures and compensates for up to 11 geometric errors to ensure precision machining.
This would make it feasible to upgrade already existing organs with the tuning system.
Directing the ERP Implementation: A Best Practice Guide to Avoiding Program Failure Traps While Tuning System Performance
Additionally he is a pioneer of a new Perfect Fourths tuning system for guitarists.
Though the product is marketed to achieve consistency in claims handling, Romano says adjusters can manipulate claims payouts directly by tampering with Colossus' tuning system.
Modular, controllable lighting options and a unique intelligent tuning system make setup and deployment easy.
It has an easy-dial tuning system, LED tuning and power on indicator.
WavePort has an innovative wave prediction capability and a a[euro]wave-by-wave' tuning system.
5m to consortium of companies to deliver a PowerBuoy wave energy device under a project entitled WavePort, with a wave prediction capability and a 'wave-by 'wave' tuning system.
I reject categorically the idea we find in textbooks about Bach's life that Bach wrote "The Well-Tempered Keyboard" for 'pedagogical' reasons or to demonstrate the practicality of the well-tempered tuning system.
By this time, a modified tuning system had been developed that separated each octave into twelve separate tones.