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christopher arthur
May 31
#21418
 
21417

Just intervals and non-standard bases of the integer lattice

Hi everyone in the group! I'm experimenting with non-standard bases of the integer lattice with the intent of using them for interval notation, just like
keri.kalman@gmail.com
May 31
#21417
 
21416

New file uploaded to tuning-math

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the tuning-math group. File :
tuning-math@yahoogroups.com
Apr 23, 2016
#21416
 
21415

Mixed Tenney-Weil norms and the dual to Cangwu badness

These are incomplete thoughts, but I'm putting them here for reference as I'll ultimately come back to these. I did some work on mixed Tenney-Weil norms a long
Mike Battaglia
Mar 12, 2016
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21414

Re: Cantor Chord

For instance: 0 -> sine wave @ 440 Hz n/m -> sine wave @ 440 * 2^(n/m) Hz 1 -> sine wave @ 880 Hz
christopher arthur
Aug 31, 2015
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21413

Re: Cantor Chord

How are the points in the Cantor Set mapped to pitches? Are we looking at logarithms of frequencies, frequencies, or string length? 1) Logarithms of
gedankenwelt94
Aug 31, 2015
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21412

Cantor Chord

Suppose the Cantor Set mapped across an octave. Any thoughts on how to hear a polyphony of every note at once? (Assume each point in set corresponds to a
christopher arthur
Aug 21, 2015
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21411

Re: [TUNING] Re: The mil: 1/1023 of an equal-tempered semitone

On Sun, Mar 22, 2015 at 1:32 AM, kraiggrady@... [TUNING] ... Thanks for this information. Wilson's work substantially reduces the originality of my
Gavin R. Putland
Mar 28, 2015
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21410

Re: [TUNING] Re: The mil: 1/1023 of an equal-tempered semitone

(To tuning, tuning-math) ... That's done at http://t.co/swOBXVyHBM . (Pity about the single quotes in the title, which were displayed correctly in the preview
Gavin R. Putland
Mar 28, 2015
#21410
 
21409

The mil: 1/1023 of an equal-tempered semitone

(To tuning, tuning-math, Joe Monzo) The name of this unit is proposed at http://beta.briefideas.org/ideas/50bd78ca85c5e2523c11f83250e851c3 . Note the numerous
Gavin R. Putland
Mar 28, 2015
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21408

Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

... I'm happy with proofs for the non-obvious things. I guess I should write what is obvious to me, then, and what is not. ^^ ... This is clear to me. ... I
gedankenwelt94
Sep 5, 2014
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21407

Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

... It depends how strictly you want obvious things to be proved. I've shown that every node on the scale tree can be associated with a maximally even scale.
Graham Breed
Sep 5, 2014
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21406

Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

Sorry for the confusing wording, and for omitting some intermediate steps... What I wanted to know is if there is a simple proof that there is no MOS which
gedankenwelt94
Sep 4, 2014
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21405

Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

Rearranging the steps? I thought you were referring to changing the L/s ratio... Mike On Monday, September 1, 2014, gedankenwelt94@... [tuning-math]
Mike Battaglia
Sep 4, 2014
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21404

Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

Hi Mike, thanks for your answer! :) Yes, I assume that EDOs like 6-EDO are not ME scales. Is there a simple proof that this is true? I.e. that rearranging the
gedankenwelt94
Sep 1, 2014
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