The concept of hue It has several uses. The first meaning that recognizes the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ) in your dictionary refers to a feature that is not too notorious but that confers a certain character to something.
The notion is often used to mention the variations or degrees An item can display. For example: "Since the Cordoba was appointed president, the agency has a different nuance", "A defeat always causes discomfort, although there are nuances that can make it less painful", "The manager informed us that we will maintain the commercial strategy of the last months, but with a nuance in terms of pricing policy".
Tint, on the other hand, is a quality in the property of a colour . It is linked to the description of a stimulus, focusing on characteristics that can be qualitatively appreciated from the various wavelengths.
Also called tonality or tone , the hue allows to differentiate a color according to its saturation or his brightness . The color green, to name a case, may have different nuances and be light green, dark green, olive green, emerald green, etc.
In the field of music , the idea hue refers to the levels of time or intensity with which a composition is executed. A agogical nuance It is associated with the speed of interpretation of a work. The indication is usually made with Italian terminology through terms such as adage, moderate or allegretto.
A dynamic hue , meanwhile, is one that relates to the intensity of the sound : from soft to strong, or from piano to forte according to the Italian language. From these classifications, graduations such as pianissimo and fortissimo are appealed, among others.