• "We are fortunate to entrust our instruments to his care"
    - Dr. Tracey Laird, Agnes Scott College Music Chair
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    - Geary Brogden, Minister of Music, Ramah Baptist Church
    "My Baldwin piano sounds great, never sounded this good since the day I bought it."
    - Karen Douglassville, GA.

What is Tone adjustment (aka Voicing)?

Tone determines whether you feel the sound is beautiful, average, disagreeable or awful.  Terms used to describe the piano’s tone (or “voice”) are often abstract, such as dark, bright, full, shallow, clear, dirty, rich and thin.  It is not uncommon for customers to say that their regularly tuned piano does not sound as good as it used to.  They are delighted to discover, when a quality piano technician tells them, that the piano can sound as good as, and often even better than they remember.  The art of adjusting tone quality is called voicing and most pianists are unaware that their piano can sound so much more pleasing than it does!  Unfortunately, voicing is a skill that many technicians don’t possess and fewer yet have significantly mastered.

Tell me more about Voicing (advice coming soon)

Why is it necessary to voice a piano? (advice coming soon)

How often should a piano be voiced? (advice coming soon)

What do piano factories recommend? (advice coming soon)