Re: [tuning] Re: The new face of Scala scl files
- "Keenan Pepper" <keenanpepper@...> wrote:
> This is very disappointing to me.Scala represents everything as a float or some similar archaic
datatype based, originally, on something called a "register",
which existed in things once known as "physical devices", which
were objects in spacetime before that was shown to be an
emergent property of an entropic horizon
(I ran into this when making rational well temperaments, with
rationals that weren't even all that complex. Sigh.)
- Haha! And then there's this too
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Wolf Peuker <wolfpeuker@...> wrote:
- There's always Tonescape!
Naturally, since Tonescape is my creation, the way of entering notes into a tuning is by using monzos.
I also should add that i've gotten Tonescape running on quite a few Windows XP netbooks, and on larger laptops built c. 2005 it should work fine ... and you can pick those up very cheaply now.
Tonescape microtonal music software
--- In email@example.com, "genewardsmith" <genewardsmith@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Keenan Pepper" <keenanpepper@> wrote:
> > This is very disappointing to me.
> I'm afraid using monzos as an internal representation for intervals is a low priority with Manuel because it's "to big a change", which I take to mean a lot of coding would be required.