Piano Tone Regulation

Tone regulation is achieved when combining the components of hammer voicing. String tone regulation is what takes the piano from sounding like a noisy mess to a beautiful voicing and action regulation. Hammer voicing occurs when the initial strike of the key changes the shape of the string, thus changing its tone. String voicing occurs through the tuning process of the piano when the strings bend and vibrate to create beautiful music. It all culminates with our previously discussed action regulation.

Tone regulation involves the careful shaping of the hammerhead such that each string is struck squarely and simultaneously. Preceded normally by action regulation since a finely regulated action is a prerequisite. Finally the hammers are selectively needled for evenness of timbre and and volume throughout all registers.

With all of these factors in place your piano’s tone regulation will be perfectly executed by our professionals. Any experienced piano expert knows how important it is for a piano’s tone to be regulated. It means the difference between lackluster and great performances. Don’t get caught with an unregulated piano. We’ll make sure that your piano is functioning at its absolute best.