I'm trying to figure out an optimal daily piano tuning schedule so that my piano is in a reasonable steady state with minimal effort.
Assuming I start out with a piano with all notes within +/- 1 cent of target and assume I have the appetite for tuning about 8 notes a day.
If notes are within +/- 1 cent I would do nothing.
Otherwise, every day I would pick 4 of the most deviant notes in the mid register, 2 of the most deviant notes in the treble register, 2 of the most deviant notes in the bass register, and tune them within < 0.5 cents sharp.
After a week, I would have tuned 56 notes, and after 11 days, I would have tuned 88 notes. Some of the notes may get repeat tunings and some notes may not get tuned at all.
Maybe another approach would be better -- can pianoscope help devise an optimal continuous tuning strategy?