“Take a music bath once or twice a week. You will find that it is to the soul what a water bath is to the body.”
— Oliver Wendell Holmes
millions of recordings…
We currently have at our disposal millions of recordings by the finest musicians spanning almost a century. It is a phenomenal library of accessible human art. But unlike a library of books which need little more than a nice chair and good light to start the journey, music needs a mechanism. You need a music system. And what luck! That is exactly what you can get from Tune.
Just as musicians strive for the finest instruments with which to express their art, the music lover must invest in a system capable of nuance and articulate music reproduction if they want to both honor the artists’ works and allow themselves to fully experience and understand the musical message.
Tune music systems consistently and predictably recreate the aspects of music most important to a meaningful and enjoyable listening experience.
Technical explanations are no substitute for a good demonstration. Just as a picture is worth a thousand words, listening to music portrayed through a Tune music system will tell you what the words in this technical explanation will only allude to. It is not really that boring and will inform you what various components of a system do and their importance to the overall performance. You may be surprised what you learn.
Come in for a demonstration and perhaps an education of what today’s finest audio systems can do and what separates them from the chaff of mass market products.
Not many people really want to spend a bunch of money on boxes that take up precious room and clutter their home environs, but we think you will agree that the compelling music our systems play make them a necessary evil.
“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
— Aldous Huxley
what is music?
dozens of centuries…
Our minds and bodies have been making and experiencing music for dozens of centuries and made great leaps in structure and instrumentation in the last thousand years or so. We have been attempting to reproduce this ancient heritage using electronic sound systems for a tiny fraction of this time, less than one hundred years.
More information about the history of recorded sound is available here
What does all this have to do with your hi-fi? Perhaps very little. You perceive that your stereo is making music because you can recognize a familiar song and hear the lyrics and chord progression.
It is likely that your equipment can reproduce these obvious aspects of a recorded performance, but ask yourself this: “Does it convey the vitality, immediacy, complexity and human-ness of the original performance?”
Music systems sold and installed by Tune more closely approach the musical intent of recorded performances than any other comparably priced systems.
closer to the music you love…
Tune is dedicated to getting you closer to the music you love. At the beginning of this new millennium, it seems that music has become a commodity. It surrounds us all the time but rarely engages us. It is an omnipresent background buzz that exalts industry over art and profit over performance.