How do you tune a monochord?

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What is a monochord used for?

The knowledge about the instrument was passed on to medieval theorists by the philosopher Boethius from the 5th century AD; the first treatises on it date from the 10th century. The book is divided into six chapters. After an introduction outlining the volume’s agenda, and beginning with a general overview of the role of scientific instruments in ancient theoretical inquiry, they cover the sources chronologically, gradually creating an articulated picture that shows the increasing importance of the monochord and its peculiar and incomparable (though imperfect) rigor as a demonstration tool for mathematical investigations. A monochord is a stringed instrument in which all strings are tuned to the same note, often different octaves of the same note. Pythagorus apparently used them for healing in ancient Greece and said that all knowledge in the universe can be found in the monochord harmonics.

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