Tuning

• a. & n. from Tune, v. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tune
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Tuning

440 Hertz is the normal Western tuning value however, this can be easily be adjusted in a synthesizer to suit the type of music being performed. The pitch can be altered by raising or lowering the value as plus or minus cents. Playing non-Western music may dictate the need to adjust the tuning of a synth
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Tuning

440 Hertz is the normal Western tuning value however, this can be easily be adjusted in a synthesizer to suit the type of music being performed. The pitch can be altered by raising or lowering the value as plus or minus cents. Playing non-Western music may dictate the need to adjust the tuning of a synth.
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tuning

noun (music) calibrating something (an instrument or electronic circuit) to a standard frequency
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Tuning

adjusting the line tie or other component of a lure (typically a crankbait or spinnerbait) to alter the running direction or action of the bait
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Tuning

adjusting the parameters of a system in an effort to optimize performance.
Found on http://www.empiremagnetics.com/glossary/glossary.htm#A

tuning

process of adjusting one of the resonance frequencies of a device by varying the value of one or more of its parameters
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tuning

The activity of adjusting magnets and other equipment which interact with a beam of particles in order to obtain a beam of desired characteristics, e.g., a beam focused onto a target with a small spot size.
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tuning

The activity responsible for planning changes to make the most efficient use of resources. Tuning is most commonly used in the context of IT services and components. Tuning is part of capacity management, which also includes performance monitoring and implementation of the required changes. Tuning is also called optimization, particularly in the co...
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Tuning

The art! of obtaining the most consistent arrow flight from a bow and arrow for any particular archer. This is achieved by matching the arrow spine, FOC, fletchings to the bow, and by adjustment of the bow string (number of strands/type of material), nocking point, bracing height, tiller, Plunger button (spring tension and offset) and type of stabi...
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Tuning

The process of bringing the partials of a bell into harmonious arrangement (sometimes called inner tuning) and/or the strike notes of a peal of bells into harmonious arrangement (sometimes called outer tuning). Usually achieved by removing metal from the inside of the bell. (Just tuning is something different).
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Tuning

The raising and lowering a pitch of an instrument to produce the correct tone of a note.
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Tuning

The raising and lowering a pitch of an instrument to produce the correct tone of a note.
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tuning

tuning: see tuning systems.
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tuning

[n] - calibrating something (a musical instrument or electronic circuit) to a standard frequency
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