This video shows how a tuning is created using actual mapping notes and how the targets are arranged on the notepad.
There is also some discussion in this video on how the “A4 numbers”, combined with the “4th” A4 Number, help to begin the mapping process.
Using the mapping notes combined with the A4 numbers, the 4th A4 Number, and the new found location for A3, can be used to find good starting points for notes not yet mapped. The pre and possible post relationships between the A3/A4 2:1 octave and A3/A5 4:1 double octave can easily be seen when looking at the Mapping Notes.
This video shows how the targets are entered into the Templates Tab of the LC Spreadsheet.
This demo introduces the Littau-Conrad Spreadsheet’s ability to tweak the midpoints of the tunings 3rd and 4th octaves during the Adjust Tab’s tuning creation.
Also in this video is a showing of how Edit Rounding (round off errors) can be corrected, how the tuning is moved to the ‘Export to Piano Manager’ Tab where it is then named, saved, and ultimately exported into the Inventronics Piano Manager software so it can be sent to the SAT for the tuning of the piano.
Again, this is just a demo of the LC Spreadsheet trying to give an idea as to the ‘flow’ of the procedure going from the mapping of the piano with a SAT to a finished custom tuning in the SAT.