Tuning can refer to:

  • Musical tuning, musical systems of tuning, and the act of tuning an instrument or voice
    • Guitar tunings
    • Piano tuning, adjusting the pitch of pianos using a tuning fork or a frequency counter
  • Radio tuning
  • The process of tuning a tuned filter
  • Performance tuning - the optimization of systems, especially computer systems, may include:
    • Computer hardware tuning
    • Database tuning
  • Car tuning, an industry and hobby involving modifying automobile engines to improve their performance
    • Engine tuning, the adjustment, modification, or design of internal combustion engines to yield more performance
  • Neuronal tuning, the property of brain cells to selectively represent a particular kind of sensory, motor or cognitive information
  • Self-tuning
  • "Tuning", a song by Avail from their 1994 album Dixie
  • Tuning, a psychokinetic ability in the 1998 film Dark City

Other articles related to "tuning":

Solo Tuning - See Also
... Augmented tuning Country tuning Diminished tuning Dorian Cross tuning Harmonic minor tuning Major seventh tuning Melody Maker tuning Natural minor tuning ...
Live At The Aquarius Theatre: The First Performance - Track Listing - Disc One
... Tuning - 109 Jim's Introduction - 054 Back Door Man (Dixon) - 538 Break on Through (To the Other Side) - 449 What Do We Do Next? - 018 Soul Kitchen - 444 You Make Me ...
Cretan Lyra - Tuning
... The contemporary lyra replaces the drone strings with three strings in succession (d-a-e') ... The contemporary lyra modelled after Stagakis' design is tuned in fifths, and like the violin, it uses no drone string, and all strings may be fingered and used as melody strings ...
Solo Tuning
... Solo tuning is a system of choosing the reeds for a diatonic wind instrument (such as a harmonica or accordion) to fit a pattern where blow notes repeat a sequence of ... to C♯ F G♯ C♯ and to D♯ F♯ A♯ C Traditionally, this tuning is used with chromatic harmonicas, as opposed to the more common and popular diatonic harmonicas, which use Richter tuning ...