Daniel wolf (01.06.2000) wrote:

> ... any collection of tones selected from a harmonic

> series can also be notated as subharmonic and any

> selection from a subharmonic series can also be

> notated as harmonic ...

And...

Kraig Grady (27.05.2000) wrote:

> The 4 5 6 is easily found by taking the 2 out of 3 set.

> For instance 4x5 4x6 5x6, being 20 24 30 (10 12 15)

hmm... Let's check this out.

So, are these formula's right?

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Given: To Calculate:

f1 : f2 : f3 -> 1/F1 : 1/F2 : 1/F3

F1= f2*f3

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GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

Excel Notation: = (f2*f3)/(GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

F2= f1*f3

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GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

Excel Notation: = (f1*f3)/(GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

F3= f1*f2

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GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

Excel Notation: = (f1*f2)/(GCD(f1*f2,f1*f3,f2*f3)

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f1*F1 = f2*F2 = f3*F3 =

The distance between harmonic fundamental and subharmonic

fundamental (WOW: between greatest common subharmonic and

least common harmonic) for multiads

is equivalent to complexity n*d for diads?

Peter Mulkers

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