I had my piano tuned last week. The piano tuner I’ve been using for about ten years(he came with my piano) has stopped tuning, and so I used another tuner for the first time. He is very experienced and was highly recommended to me. He tuned my piano the old fashioned way – using only a tuning fork and his ears, whereas my previous tuner used his laptop to visually see if the strings were in tune. Here’s the thing….I’ve been playing my piano the past few days and it just sounds different to me. When I play certain chords or harmonic intervals, it almost sounds like one note is out of tune. But when I check it with the octave it sounds perfectly in tune. I’m wondering if my ears are simply used the way my piano sounded when it was tuned using the electronic way, and I will just have to get used this ‘new’ sound. Any thoughts on this matter?