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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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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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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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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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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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Re: Question about MOS's (completeness)

You're basically asking if every MOS can be generated by starting with a maximally even scale and changing the ratio of L/s, right? Then the answer is yes,
Mike Battaglia
Sep 1, 2014
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Question about MOS's (completeness)

Hi list, I want to know if there are moments of symmetry (MOS's) that cannot be derived from a maximally even scale by doing the following: Replace the smaller
gedankenwelt94
Sep 1, 2014
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Re: Max-Variety-3 Scales, and a Conjecture

I think I might have found an algorithm that generates MV3 scales. I still have to test if the results are completely consistent with the list of MV3 scales
gedankenwelt94
May 25, 2014
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Re: Max-Variety-3 Scales, and a Conjecture

Hi Ryan, thanks for sharing your observations! I found them very insightful, and they inspired me to continue investigating MV3 scales again. :) What I don't
gedankenwelt94
May 17, 2014
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Max-Variety-3 Scales, and a Conjecture

I have a conjecture about max-variety-3 scales. Check out keenan's post on tuning math for basic background information: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/
domeofatonement
May 7, 2014
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21398

Re: Using the Sagittal Notation System

I've reviewed the Scala scale format and then spotted the ratios in the Sagittal character Map. Seems to be making full sense to me now. I should then be able
stardrive.engineering@rocketmail.com
May 3, 2014
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